A-HA – Manhattan Skyline.

A-Ha+-+Manhattan+Skyline+-+Extended+Remix+-+12-+RECORD-MAXI+SINGLE-84246A-ha made a return appearance at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in 2001. The subsequent album, Lifelines, was released in 2002, going platinum in Norway and producing two Top 5 hits, “Forever Not Yours” and “Lifelines”. Jesper Hiro directed the video for “Lifelines”, based on the short film A Year Along the Abandoned Road, which was directed by Morten Skallerud in 1991. The original short film was 12 minutes long; it shows a whole year passing by in one shot at 50,000 times the normal speed.
A live album from their 2002 tour, titled How Can I Sleep with Your Voice in My Head, was released in March 2003, preceded by a live single of the 1986 hit “The Sun Always Shines on TV.” In 2004, a book entitled “The Swing of Things” was published, which also featured a CD of early demo material. That year A-ha celebrated their twentieth anniversary with the release of a new singles collection, The Definitive Singles Collection 1984–2004. This compilation brought them back into the UK Top 20 Album Charts, where they reached number thirteen and earned a Gold album.

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