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A-ha take on Breakfast
Aha members Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen and Pal Waaktaar
Aha: live in the Breakfast studio
It's just over twenty years since the Norwegian band A-ha had their first smash hit, with Take on Me.

A string of hits, including The Sun Always Shines on TV, made their posters almost obligatory on every teenage girl's bedroom wall.

When the group split up, in 1993, it looked as though they'd been consigned to the annals of pop trivia.

But, two decades on, Morten Harket and the band are back. They performed on stage at the Berlin Live8 concert last year - and now they've produced a new album, called Analogue.

  • Morten Harket, Magne Furuholmen and Pal Waaktaar joined us, live in the Breakfast studio, to tell us why they abandoned their solo careers and re-formed A-ha.



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