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The Story Of BRIDGES

“Musically, we went through a bunch of phases – for a while it was rock opera. We were going to compose some grandiose stuff about earthquakes in Guatemala. Our ambitions had no limits.” – Paul Waaktaar-Savoy It’s been well documented … Read More

LIFELINES: Pål Waaktaar-Savoy

Aside from an impressive recording career that has spawned ten studio albums since 1985, a-ha’s principal three members have also built up a considerable back catalogue of quality songs via an array of side projects. In this article, Barry Page … Read More

2017 NEW RELEASES

A look at some of the year’s forthcoming electronic music releases… 2017 is already shaping up to be a good year for record releases with a combination of classic artists and contemporary bands putting out new albums, reissues and compilations. … Read More

A-HA Cast In Steel

The Norwegian synth outfit return from their brief retirement with a new album and a new sense of perspective… It was difficult to get too emotional once the last strains of ‘Take On Me’ had echoed around the Brighton Centre, … Read More

A-HA – The Last Hurrah

It’s hard to conceive it all comes to an end In October 2009, A-Ha announced they were to split following a final world tour. Here The Electricity Club looks back at the career of the Scandinavian phenomenon, and reports from … Read More

A-HA – 25

“It’s time to celebrate…” On the 4th of December 2010, on the third of 3 sell-out shows at the Oslo Spektrum in Norway, the curtain will finally fall on a-ha’s glittering 25-year career. Undoubtedly a sad day in the calendar, … Read More

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