8 thoughts on “ King Of Pain - The Police - The Last Farewell (Vinyl, LP) ”
The Police were a new wave band which formed in in London, England. The band consisted of Sting (vocals, bass), Andy Summers (guitar) and Stewart Copeland (drums). The band released five albums – "Outlandos d'Amour" (), "Reggatta de Blanc" (), "Zenyatta Mondatta" (), "Ghost in the Machine" () and "Synchronicity" () – before entering a hiatus in and ultimately.
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.
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.
LP: Fame at any price "A Sting in the tale" variant: CD: For a few ones! Buccaneer BUC and 04 New York City, Bottom Line: LP: Frejus: Frejus: LP: From Tokyo to Chile with excitements: Various sources: LP: Future: Future Records NW Remix of Police songs, same as "Manhattan" CD: Greatest hits live: Chartbusters.