Analogue (album)

Studio album by A-ha
Released 4 November 2005
Recorded February 2005 – July 2005
Genre New wave, pop rock
Length 54:43
Label Polydor (#98746998)
Producer Martin Terefe, A-ha, Max Martin, Michael Ilbert, George Tanderø, Kjetil Bjerkestrand
A-ha chronology
Foot of the Mountain
Singles from Analogue
  1. "Celice"
    Released: 7 October 2005
  2. "Birthright"
    Released: 28 October 2005
  3. "Analogue (All I Want)"
    Released: 23 January 2006
  4. "Cosy Prisons"
    Released: 17 April 2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic link Archived April 6, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
TheMusicZine Archived September 29, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.

Analogue is the eighth studio album by the Norwegian band A-ha, released in 2005. It is aha's first album on Polydor Records (Universal), having previously been signed to Warner Music. Four singles were also released from this record. The album's second single, "Analogue (All I Want)" became the group's first top 10 hit on the UK Singles Chart since "Stay on These Roads" (1988). The album reached #24 in the UK and got silver certification there.

Track listing

No. TitleLyricsMusicProducer(s) Length
1. "Celice"  Magne FuruholmenFuruholmen, Martin TerefeTerefe, A-ha 3:41
2. "Don't Do Me Any Favours"  FuruholmenFuruholmenTerefe, A-ha 3:51
3. "Cosy Prisons"  FuruholmenFuruholmenTerefe, A-ha, George Tanderø[a] 4:08
4. "Analogue (All I Want)"  Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, Max MartinWaaktaar-Savoy, Martin, FuruholmenMartin, Michael Ilbert, A-ha 3:48
5. "Birthright"  FuruholmenFuruholmen, TerefeTerefe, A-ha 3:45
6. "Holy Ground"  Morten Harket, Nick Whitecross, Ole Sverre OlsenHarketTerefe, A-ha, Kjetil Bjerkestrand[a] 4:00
7. "Over the Treetops"  Waaktaar-SavoyWaaktaar-SavoyTerefe, A-ha 4:24
8. "Halfway Through the Tour"  Waaktaar-SavoyWaaktaar-SavoyTerefe, A-ha 7:26
9. "A Fine Blue Line"  FuruholmenFuruholmenTerefe, A-ha 4:09
10. "Keeper of the Flame"  Waaktaar-SavoyWaaktaar-SavoyTerefe, A-ha 3:58
11. "Make It Soon"  Olsen, HarketOlsen, HarketTerefe, A-ha 3:21
12. "White Dwarf"  Waaktaar-SavoyWaaktaar-SavoyTerefe, A-ha 4:24
13. "The Summers of Our Youth"  FuruholmenFuruholmenTerefe, A-ha, Tanderø[a] 3:56



Additional musicians:



Chart Peak
Austria Austrian Albums Chart[2] 18
Belgium Belgian Albums Chart 63
Denmark Danish Albums Chart 46
Estonia Estonian Albums Chart 7
European Union European Albums Chart 16
France French Albums Chart 60
Germany German Albums Chart[3] 6
Greece Greek Albums Chart 23
Hungary Hungarian Albums Chart 90
Netherlands Dutch Albums Chart 50
Norway Norwegian Albums Chart[4] 1
Poland Polish Albums Chart 27
Russia Russian Albums Chart 3
Switzerland Swiss Albums Chart[5] 21
United Kingdom UK Albums Chart[6] 24
United Nations World Albums Chart 41


Country Certification Sales/shipments
Norway Platinum[7] 40,000
Russia Gold[8] 10,000
UK Silver[9] 60,000


  2. Austrian Album Chart Cited 26 March 2008
  3. German Album Chart Archived June 28, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. Norwegian Albums Chart, Cited 26 March 2008
  5. Swiss album Chart page on Start Something in various European charts, Cited 26 March 2008
  6. UK Album Chart
  7. "Norwegian certifications – lifelines" (in Norwegian). IFPI Norway.
  8. "Russian certifications – lifelines" (in Russian). National Federation of Phonogram Producers (NFPF).

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