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8 thoughts on “ Synchronicity II - The Police - Synchronicity (Cassette, Album)

  1. In some ways, I'm not entirely sure I consciously heard those lines until I heard this on CD. A cassette with that much wear doesn't reveal much nuance. The first side isn't without merit -- Synchronicity II is a remarkable piece, which at any select listen could be the best thing on the record. I .
  2. Synchronicity, the Police’s fifth and finest album, is about things ending — the world in peril, the failure of personal relationships and marriage, the death of God.
  3. The Police wander further away from their original reggae rock style and into new wave and world music with their final and most polished album, kidwahotlicalbeunacithecentworfa.xyzinfoed in , Sting continued to exercise his authority over the band and its music during the recording of Synchronicity, and the band had to resort to recording separately and in different rooms for “social reasons,” as.
  4. The Police – Synchronicity Full album. The Police – Synchronicity II. - The Police – Every Breath You Take. The Police – Walking In Your Footsteps (Synchronicit The Police – 11 Murder By Numbers Synchronicity The Police – Miss Gradenko (Synchronicity, ). The Police – 09 Wrapped Around Your Finger.
  5. Sting wrote this and most of the songs from the Synchronicity album while staying at Golden Eye, the old home of James Bond creator Ian Fleming, on the North Shore of Jamaica. "Britain had gone to war with Argentina over the Falklands. Young men were dying in the freezing waters of the South Atlantic, while I was gazing at the sunspots on the clifftop overlooking the Caribbean," he noted in.
  6. It was released on VHS and Betamax cassette, as well as on Laserdisc in the UK, Europe and in Japan. The collection featured fourteen promotional videos, for twelve of the thirteen tracks on the album as well as "Synchronicity II" and the original version of "Don't Stand So Close to Me"/5(19).
  7. Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by the Police, released in the United Kingdom on 17 June The band's most successful release, the album includes the hit singles Every Breath You Take, King of Pain, Wrapped Around Your Finger, and Synchronicity II. The album's title and much of.
  8. The first half is great - particularly the uptempo "Synchronicity I" - but it's when one reaches the ferocious "Synchronicity II" that the album really takes off. What follows are some of the most impressive and memorable songs to come out of the 's, and possibly out of rock music in general/5(14).

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