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  1. Scoundrel Days: 7: Rolling Thunder: 8: I've Been Losing You: 9: Early Morning: Take On Me: Notes On their record-breaking tour of South America a-ha played to over three million fans. The twenty-five shows took them trough Chile, Argentina and Brazil, and in Rio they broke the attendance record at Maracana Stadium with an audience of 5/5(4).
  2. On their record-breaking tour of South America a-ha played to over three million fans. The twenty-five shows took them trough Chile, Argentina and Brazil, and in Rio they broke the attendance record at Maracana Stadium with an audience of
  3. Live in South America - VHS () On their record-breaking tour of South America, a-ha played to over three million fans. The twenty-five shows took them through Chile, Argentina and Brazil, and in Rio they broke the attendance record at Maracana Stadium with an audience of ,
  4. On their record-breaking tour of South America a-ha played to over three million fans. The twenty-five shows took them trough Chile, Argentina and Brazil, and in Rio. Live in South America is a document of that tour, and captures the energy and excitement of the .
  5. Released in the midst of the world tour, songs from Scoundrel Days infused a-ha's live setlist with a new, darker sound. A departure from the pure pop of Hunting High and Low, this album contains several mainstays of a-ha's catalogue, "I've Been Losing You," "Cry Wolf" and "Manhattan Skyline.". a-ha's sophomore effort sold over five million copies worldwide and is a prominant favorite of.
  6. Production. Scoundrel Days was the second long-player release from A-ha, which was highly anticipated after the success of their critically acclaimed first L.P., Hunting High and Low (), which had reached #2 in the United Kingdom's Album Chart, and #15 in the United States' Billboard Chart in the previous year. Scoundrel Days was recorded in England in early at R.G. Jones Studio.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about a-ha - Live In South America at Discogs. Complete your a-ha collection.

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