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A-ha: Headlines and Deadlines - The Hits of A-ha (1991)

Video  -  Music  -  4 November 1991 (UK)
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Great video compilation from a-ha
8 May 2001 | by (Oslo, Norway) – See all my reviews

This is the video collection for the best-of album by the same name released in 1991. This video contains all the hits from the album, but not including The Living Daylights, the great James Bond song from 1987. Instead, "Sycamore Leaves" and "There's Never A Forever Thing" is included, which is great a-ha songs. The video starts with their first hit, Take On Me and goes all the way through their career in the eighties and the first year of the nineties. Absolutely worth buying!


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