16.The Blood That Moves The Body (Two - Time Gun Remix)
17.Crying In The Rain
20.I Call Your Name
21.Move To Memphis (Single Version)
22.Dark Is The Night For All
23.Cold As Stone (Re - mix)
25.Shapes That Go Together
26.Summer Moved On
27.Minor Earth Major Sky (Niven's Radio Edit)
28.The Sun Never Shone That Day (Radio Edit)
30.Forever Not Yours
32.Did Anyone Approach You?
35.Cosy Prisons (Radio Mix)
36.Foot of The Mountain
37.Nothing Is Keeping You Here (Single Remix)
38.Shadowside (Single Edit)
39.Butterfly, Butterfly (The Last Hurrah)
Personnel: Morten Harket (vocals); Paul Waaktaar-Savoy (guitar); Magne Furuholmen (keyboards).
Audio Remasterers: Dave Schultz; Dan Hersch; Bill Inglot.
Liner Note Author: Kieron Tyler.
Photographer: Knut Bry.
Released to celebrate the band's 25th anniversary, the double-disc 25: The Very Best of a-ha is not for the casual listener. At 39 tracks, it is quite exhaustive, so anybody thinking that there was no more to the band than "Take on Me" will likely grow restless, but those fans who have stuck with the band through a quarter century will find this to be a worthy tribute, as it mixes up the expected -- "Take on Me," "The Sun Always Shines on TV," "Scoundrel Days," "Crying in the Rain" -- with the unexpected in the form of several exclusive single remixes and DJ edits. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine