9 thoughts on “ Truth Hits Everybody - The Police - Crooked Cops (Vinyl, LP)

  1. LP: Cop Remix of 3 Police songs: LP: Cop success: A happy porpak production: Boston: LP: Cops in the Machineworld: TAKRL /Chameleon: Melbourne: CD: Crimewatch: Big music BIG Newcastle: 2LP: Crooked Cops: Melbourne: 2xCS: De do do do / De da da da: IC / IC LP: De do do.
  2. Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings (Polydor/UMG) is a six vinyl LP box set which brings together The Police‘s entire recorded studio albums, as well as a track sixth disc entitled Flexible Strategies which contains exclusive bonus material of non-album recordings and B-sides.. Re-mastered and cut onto gram heavyweight vinyl at Abbey Road Studios by .
  3. Jan 01,  · Amazon's music downloader has to be installed before you can download the album, but Amazon painlessly walks you through that process. The album is 2 discs worth of some really great, classic Police hits. I absolutely love this band, and they sound as good today, as they did 30 years ago. Any Police fan can't go wrong with this album/5(67).
  4. The Police's debut album is steeped in punk, but even at this early stage the group displays its trademark electronic sound and the melodic strength that is always its distinguishing feature. "Roxanne," the group's first big hit, and the superb "I Can't Stand Losing You" have reggae elements, the latter demonstrating the group's ability to.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Police on Discogs. Label: DIR Broadcasting - CSG • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Pop • The Police - The Police (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. POLICE Vinyl Records and CDs: The Police's sound evolved from non-descript Punk ("Nothing Achieving") to Reggae-infused pretend-Punk-Pop ("Can't Stand Losing You") to horn-driven Funk ("Demolition Man") to mature, produced-to-the-last-note stadium rock ("King of Pain") in a mere six years. was as successful in their unparalleled conquering.
  7. Feb 09,  · Bought on green vinyl by me on the day of its release in September , the 7” take isn’t widely available as the album and all subsequent CD releases of greatest hits etc. have offered up the longer version in which ‘sending out an SOS’ goes on for just a wee bit too long.
  8. Sting, Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland reunite on vinyl for another re-mastering. The Police announce new box set Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings Truth Hits Everybody (Remix.

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