A-ha achieved mainstream success with their debut album Hunting High and Low and the single "Take On Me" in 1985. After the release of the album A-ha was nominated for Best New Artist. In 1994, the band went on a hiatus. After a performance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in 1998, the band returned to the studio and recorded 2000's Minor Earth Major Sky, which resulted in a new started to work on their new album. In 2002 the band released their seventh studio album Lifelines. Analogue was released in 2005 and has been certified Silver. Their newest album "Foot of the Mountain" is their highest charting album in the U.K. since "Stay on These Roads", and was released in 2009.
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