Memorial Beach / The Selections
Memorial Beach (14.06.93)
This 10-track album was written by Pål Waaktaar, except "Move To Memphis" by Pål and Magne Furuholmen and "Lamb To The Slaughter" by Magne. The album was produced by David Z and a-ha and mixed by Rod Hui with Pål Waaktaar. It features Morten on vocals, Magne on keyboards, Pål on guitar, J.B. Bøgeberg on bass, Per Hillestad on drums and JD Steele, Jevetta Steele and Kathy Wilson on backing vocals on "Lie Down In Darkness" and "Move To Memphis". This German made album was available in many European countries.
The cover of the LP features a large red and orange a-ha-logo which appears to be glowing through the undergrowth. Underneath there is a colour-shot by Just Loomis of a-ha standing on a beach (Pål, Morten and Magne). The title is written in small white letters at the top. The reverse of the LP has a picture of a-ha similar to that on the single "The Blood That Moves The Body '92". It comes with an inner sheet with a large black and white a-ha picture and the lyrics on the back. The LP version of the album was not available in the UK but could be imported from Germany.
The Selections '85-'93 (1993)
This compilation `best of' CD was released in Japan as a radio promo only CD. The cover features the black and white band shot (Magne, Morten and Pål) which can be found on the centre pages of the "Memorial Beach" CD booklet. The `glowing' a-ha logo is placed above this picture and the title is printed on a white background at the bottom of the sleeve.
The reverse of the sleeve is black with the track listing printed in white text. The title, in white letters, is printed across the top of the sleeve.
This CD does not come with an obi strip.
Tracks: Dark Is The Night / Move To Memphis / Cold As Stone / How Sweet It Was / Take On Me / Train Of Thought / Hunting High And Low / The Sun Always Shines On TV / I've Been Losing You / Manhattan Skyline / Cry Wolf / Stay On These Roads / Touchy! / The Living Daylights / Crying In The Rain.
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