Analogue is the 8th album released in 2005 by Norwegian band a-ha.
- "Celice" - 3:41
- "Don't Do Me Any Favours" - 3:51
- "Cosy Prisons" - 4:08
- "Analogue (All I Want)" - 3:48
- "Birthright" - 3:45
- "Holyground" - 4:00
- "Over The Treetops" - 4:24
- "Halfway Through The Tour" - 7:26
- "The Fine Blue Line" - 4:09
- "Keeper Of The Flame" - 3:58
- "Make It Soon" - 3:21
- "White Dwarf" - 4:24
- "The Summers Of Our Youth" - 3:56
- Single and album track "Analogue (All I Want)" was re-recorded and re-written from the first version produced for the album. "Minor Key Sonata" was the original version, and (like the rest of the album) was produced by Martin Terefe and mixed by Flood. Max Martin was brought in to turn "Minor Key Sonata (Analogue)" into a more commercially-friendly product - with a less surreal lyric, and catchier chorus. "Analogue (All I Want)" became a hit in the UK, and is the only track on the album not produced by Terefe.
- The B-side "Case Closed on Silver Shore" was also produced during the Analogue sessions, produced by Terefe, and mixed by Flood. It is a Waaktaar-Savoy composition, and fits the mood of the album. With the theme of violence and murder, it could be seen as a companion piece to "I've Been Losing You."
- The lead vocal on "The Summers of Our Youth" is handled by Furuholmen, with Harket joining him on the chorus.
- In their live version of "Holyground", Pål plays an omnichord.
- The songs "Cosy Prisons" and "Over the Treetops" includes backing vocals by Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.