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9 thoughts on “ Synchronicity II - The Police - Many Miles Away (Vinyl, LP)

  1. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Radio singles such as "King of Pain," "Wrapped Around Your Finger," and "Every Breath You Take" lend Synchronicity a weighty, greatest hits-type air. And while there's no arguing that these are some of the band's biggest hits, long-time fans may have trouble appreciating the mushy, AOR sound.
  2. Apr 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Synchronicity on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - AMLX • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: New Wave4/5().
  3. A1 Synchronicity I A2 Walking In Your Footsteps A3 O My God A4 Mother (Lyrics By, Music By – Andy Summers) A5 Miss Gradenko (Lyrics By, Music By – Stewart Copeland) A6 Synchronicity II. B1 Every Breath You Take B2 King Of Pain B3 Wrapped Around Your Finger B4 Tea In The Sahara. BBC Review.
  4. Comments: Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On August 18th , the Police played Shea Stadium in New York City, attendance was 70, They opened the concert with "Synchronicity I" and "Synchronicity II" Two months later on October 30th, "Synchronicity II" entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #54; and on December 4th, it peaked at #16 {for 3 weeks} and spent 12 weeks.
  5. Nov 08,  · The fifth and final studio album by the Police, Synchronicity was released in June , and was the band's most successful release. Despite its pop-oriented and experimental than either Ghost in the Machine or Zenyatta Mondatta, Synchronicity made the Police global superstars, generating no less than five classic hit singles/5().
  6. ’s Synchronicity catapulted The Police into the arenas of the world on the strength of amazing singles like “Every Breath You Take” and “King of Pain.” The making of the album was a.
  7. Many miles away There's a shadow on the door Of a cottage on the shore Of a dark Scottish lake Many miles away, many miles away Music video by The Police performing Synchronicity II. .
  8. Synchronicity II brings us back on par - it's a stonking good track that pumps its slick guitar lick down your throat and makes you want to dance and sing. The other three singles from the album follow and these 4 tracks are the highlight before the album closes off with the pleasant but not wonderful Tea in the Sahara and Murder by niipropkingbemetothefiloroluking.coinfos:
  9. 'Synchronicity II': The album's first bona fide home run. An intense and genuinely scary song. 'Every Breath You Take': The album's second bone fide home run. Of course, one of the most misunderstood songs ever. God knows I missed the point entirely (but hey, I was only 10 or so).

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