This week’s new releases include expanded reissues of a-ha’s ‘Hunting High and Low’ and ‘Scoundrel Days,’ plus Wire’s reunion album ‘Send,’ plus the CD edition of Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor’s debut as How to Destroy Angels.
With its year-long farewell tour underway, Norwegian pop trio a-ha this week announced it will release ’25’ — a new 2CD retrospective covering its output over the past quarter century — in its home country later this month.
As Norwegian pop trio a-ha marks its 25th anniversary with a worldwide farewell tour, Rhino Records on Thursday announced plans to reissue the band’s first two albums — 1985’s ‘Hunting High and Low’ and 1986’s ‘Scoundrel Days’ — in deluxe 2CD sets brimming with B-sides, mixes, live cuts and unreleased material.
Norwegian pop outfit a-ha today doubled the number of North American cities it’ll hit on its “Ending on a High Note” farewell tour, announcing concerts in Toronto on May 10 and Chicago on May 13.
New York gets another crack at two hot tickets: The Specials have added a second NYC date and a-ha a third to their very brief U.S. tours this spring. The reunited 2 Tone ska act plays Terminal 5 on April 20, while the Norwegian pop trio has added a third and final show at the Nokia Theatre on May 8.
Norwegian pop trio a-ha today added a second Los Angeles concert — and only the fourth overall in the U.S. — to its worldwide “Ending on a High Note” farewell tour.
Norwegian pop giants a-ha will bring their worldwide 2010 farewell tour to the United States for three concerts in New York and Los Angeles in May — a short trek that marks just the second time the trio will have performed on American soil since 1986.