A-ha - Hunting High And Low

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This was the last video from the band's debut album.

The UK TV show "Blue Peter" featured a making-of-the-video special on "Hunting High and Low" to demonstrate the morphing effects of Morten into animals.

The basic idea behind the video is that love brings a man back in
various forms to be near the woman he loves.

Coldplay has been known to perform this song in concert, with a special nod to the band of their initial inspiration.

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Hunting High And Low

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"Hunting High and Low" is a song by Norwegian new wave band a-ha. It was released as the fifth international and final single from the band's debut album, Hunting High and Low.

"Hunting High and Low" was released in the summer of 1986 and became the third most successful single from Hunting High and Low on the rock charts and one of the band's most recognizable and popular songs. The song didn't chart on the Billboard Hot 100, but charted in Britain where its peak was #5 and in Ireland where it peaked at #4.

The album version was produced by Tony Mansfield and is played with synthesizers, the single remix produced by Alan Tarney features an orchestra.

Coldplay has been known to perform this song in concert, with a special nod to the band of their initial inspiration.

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1986  80s  A-ha  Pop

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