Hunting High and Low

Label
Rhino
Release date
29 Jan 2007
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
37:12

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Take on Me 3:48 882,541
2 Train of Thought 4:14 57,302
3 Hunting High and Low 3:45 136,771
4 The Blue Sky 2:36 43,902
5 Living a Boy's Adventure Tale 5:02 34,821
6 The Sun Always Shines On T.V. 5:08 64,734
7 And You Tell Me 1:52 34,158
8 Love is Reason 3:07 34,504
9 I Dream Myself Alive 3:10 29,844
10 Here I Stand and Face the Rain 4:30 33,003

About this album

Hunting High and Low is the debut album of the Norwegian New wave band a-ha. Released 1 June 1985 through Warner Bros. Records, the album was a huge commercial success selling more than 10 million units worldwide, peaking at #15 in the United States Billboard 200 and reaching high positions on charts worldwide. The album was recorded at Rendezvous Studios in London, produced by Tony Mansfield, John Ratcliff and Alan Tarney.

In all, five singles from the album were released, though not all were released internationally: Take on Me, Love is Reason, The Sun Always Shines On T.V., Train of Thought and Hunting High and Low. The group was nominated for best new artist at the Grammy Awards in 1986, making a-ha the first Norwegian band to be nominated for a Grammy.

Take on Me was the first single released by the band. An early version was recorded and released in late 1984 with an early music video. The song became a #3 hit in a-ha’s native Norway but failed to chart in the United Kingdom. The band went back into the studio to re-record the song for the Hunting High and Low album, but a second UK release in early 1985 was again ignored. Before releasing their single in the United States, the band undertook the production of a new music video for the song, working with director Steve Barron.

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