When was the sun always shines on TV?

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When was the sun always shines on TV?

When was the sun always shines on TV?

16 December 1985 Released on 16 December 1985, The Sun Always Shines On TV unfathomably remains a-ha's only UK No. 1 hit. Over three decades on and five million copies later, however, the circumstances of a-ha's two-week chart apex are inconsequential. It's the legacy of the song itself that commands attention.

Why is the sun always shining?

The Sun shines by turning hydrogen into helium in its core. This process is called nuclear fusion. Fusion happens when lighter elements are forced together to become heavier elements. When this happens, a tremendous amount of energy is created.

When was Aha MTV Unplugged?

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. MTV Unplugged: Summer Solstice is a live album by the Norwegian band a-ha, released on 6 October 2017 as part of the MTV Unplugged series. It was recorded live at the Harbour Hall at Ocean Sound Recordings in Giske, Norway, on 22 and .

Where was the sun always shines on TV filmed?

Richmond upon The music video for "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." was directed by Steve Barron and was shot on location over three days early October 1985 at Udney Hall Gardens and the Victorian Gothic Church of Saint Alban the Martyr, both situated in Teddington, Richmond upon Thames, in England.

Is a-ha still together?

A-ha famously split in 2010 after playing their final gig in Oslo, Norway. But to much acclaim they reunited in 2015. The band continue to tour to this day.

How is sunlight created?

Deep in the sun's core, nuclear fusion converts hydrogen to helium, which generates energy. Particles of light called photons carry this energy through a spherical shell called the radiative zone to the top layer of the solar interior, the convection zone.

Does the sun shine everyday?

ANSWER: The truth is that the sun is always shining and will shine continuously until it dies. ... Our solar system consists of the sun, planets, moons of planets, asteroids, meteors, comets and other interplanetary media. The sun is the main source of energy, and it rotates on its own axis.

Is a-ha still alive?

a-ha has released 10 studio albums to date, and topped the charts internationally after their breakthrough hit "Take On Me" in 1985....
Morten Harket
GenresSynthpop new wave pop rock alternative rock
Occupation(s)Singer songwriter
InstrumentsVocals guitar keyboards piano percussion
Years active1982–present
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Who's the lead singer of a-ha?

Morten Harket Morten Harket is best known for being the lead singer of the Norwegian pop band A-ha, which produced the 1980s hit "Take On Me" and its innovative music video.

Who was the girl in the Take On Me video?

Bunty Bailey She became known as the girl in the music videos of a-ha's singles "Take On Me" and "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." made in 1985....
Bunty Bailey
Years active1980–2008
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What year did the sun always shines on TV come out?

  • Release and reception. "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." was released in autumn 1985, becoming the second successful single from Hunting High and Low and one of the band's most recognizable and popular songs.

Where was a-ha's the sun always shines filmed?

  • The main sequence of the video consists of A-ha performing "The Sun Always Shines on T.V.", supplemented by session drummer Lindsay Elliott, and a bass player, inside a Gothic church, filmed mainly in black-and-white with splashes of pastel coloring.

Is the sun always shines on TV the wall of sound?

  • If ever a 1980s song qualified as Wall of Sound, "The Sun Always Shines on T.V." would be it. There are two versions of the extended mix. The first UK release is 7:09, it starts with a slow piano intro, while the second one is the commonly known remix by Steve Thompson.

Who wrote Sun always shines AHA?

  • A-ha Live " " The Sun Always Shines on T.V. " is a song by Norwegian band A-ha, released as the third single from their debut studio album, Hunting High and Low (1985). The song was written by guitarist Pål Waaktaar.

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