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    A ha front, 1985.

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    Hunting High and Low (A-ha album, 1985) (listen to full album on #*

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    a-ha released 'Hunting High and Low' today in #music #hsitory, 1 June #1985. #Aha #pop #eighties #80s #remember #albumcover #Spinogle

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