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Synchronicity II - Sting - Arigato (CD, Album)

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  1. Malashura
    Recording. The album's title was inspired by Arthur Koestler's The Roots of Coincidence. Sting was an avid reader of Koestler, and also titled Ghost in the Machine after one of his works.. The album marked a significant reduction in the reggae influences that were a part of the band's first four records, instead featuring production-heavy textures and liberal use of synthesizers that, at times Genre: New wave.
  2. Tygozahn
    'Synchronicity II' appeared on the Police's album, 'Synchronicity'. The track was also released as single in making the #17 spot in the UK and #16 spot in the US. Memorable for a lavish, Godley & Creme directed 'Mad-Max' style video, the song is amongst the small handful of Police songs that Sting occasionally picks up, dusts down.
  3. Nar
    Sep 25,  · The CD is good. The SACD is better overall, though it lacks some drive on tracks like Synchronicity II. but the SHM SACD is streets ahead of either. The drive is there, the transparency is better than analogue, and there's nothing between you and the group. Sting's voice is raw and alive, the drums have real punch/5().
  4. Meziktilar
    Simultaneously more pop-oriented and experimental than either Ghost in the Machine or Zenyatta Mondatta, Synchronicity made the Police superstars, generating no less than five hit singles. With the exception of "Synchronicity II," which sounds disarmingly like a crappy Billy Idol song, every one of those singles is a classic. "Every Breath You Take" has a seductive, rolling beat masking its.
  5. Mogul
    "Synchronicity II" is a song by the Police, and the third single from their album Synchronicity. Written by lead singer and bassist Sting, it was released as a single in the UK and the U.S. by A&M Records, reached No. 17 in the UK Singles Chart and No. 16 on the Billboard Hot in December It features the non-album track "Once Upon a Daydream" on the arerzocompcasick.linemibarfaimareterbigatothe.co: 7-inch single.
  6. Maut
    Mastering code DIDX 1 on the back cover means that this album was the first non-Sony release ever manufactured by a Sony pressing plant. (Other plants have also pressed it over the years, so while the code appears on most US copies of the album, only discs with DIDX 1 in the matrix code of the CD itself are actually pressed by Sony.) Non-Target CD/5(21).
  7. Tojazuru
    Album Description. Simultaneously more pop-oriented and experimental than either Ghost in the Machine or Zenyatta Mondatta, Synchronicity made the Police superstars, generating no less than five hit singles. With the exception of "Synchronicity II," which sounds disarmingly like a crappy Billy Idol song, every one of those singles is a classic.
  8. Moogulkis
    Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by The Police, released on 1 June The band's most popular release, the album includes the chart topping hit singles "Every Breath You Take", "King of Pain", "Wrapped Around Your Finger" and "Synchronicity II".". Much of the material in this album was inspired by Arthur Koestler'sThe Roots of Coincidence, which is what the title and album.

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