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Music morning: A-ha takes us on

Ah, the '80s and that decade's crazy love affair with humans becoming cartoons. No one does it better, though than the Norwegian pop band, A-Ha, who took the No.1 on the US singles chart on this day, 25 years ago. Doesn't every grade-school girl want a man to reach out of the comic book for a finger-snapping, synthesizer-powered dance? No? Or was it just me?

By Melissa Bell  | October 19, 2010; 7:46 AM ET
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