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Walking On The Moon - The Police - Every Breath You Take (The Singles) (CD)

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  1. Jan 30,  · The Police - Every Breath You Take; Song Walking On The Moon (Remastered ) Artist The Police - Walking on the Moon (HQ) + lyrics - Duration: MsMaria , views.
  2. Nov 01,  · The Police - Every Breath You Take; Song Walking On The Moon (Remastered ) Artist The Police; Writers The Police - Every Breath You Take (Deep Chills Remix) - Duration: STIMOBEAT 74,, views. Bob Marley - No Woman No Cry (Soke Remix) - Duration:
  3. The lead single 'Every Breath You Take' was #1 for eight weeks & reached Gold status, while Sting won Song of the Year and The Police won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal at the Grammy Awards of for 'Every Breath You Take'. 'Wrapped Around Your Finger' and 'King Of Pain' also charted Top 10 and 'Synchronicity II' hit Top
  4. Every Breath You Take: The Singles is the debut compilation album by The Police, released in In , the album was repackaged in New Zealand, Australia and Spain as Their Greatest Hits with a different cover.. A video collection entitled Every Breath You Take: The Videos was released alongside the album. It was released on VHS and Betamax cassette, as well as on Laserdisc in the UK.
  5. If you want all of the band's original singles (aside from their debut "Fall Out") the "Greatest Hits" compilation from is a good alternative, also with excellent sound. In conclusion, "Every Breath You Take, The Singles" is a near perfect compilation let down by /5().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Every Breath You Take (The Singles) on Discogs/5(11).
  7. Listening to 'Every Breath You Take' encoded in DTS Digital Surround is like experiencing each of these songs for the first time. The songs are all familiar, but the perspective is .
  8. Editors' Notes The Police’s reggae rhythms and post-punk guitars may have placed them in the lineage of The Clash but they were a pop band at heart—witness the irresistible, blood-pumping choruses within “Roxanne”, “Can’t Stand Losing You”, and “So Lonely”. Those melodic impulses have continued throughout Sting’s solo career, even during his jazziest and most sombre excursions.
  9. According to Sting, the song was originally recorded "as a rocker" in early versions, but it was reworked. The riff, which is played on the bass, was described as "weird" and "jazzy" by Sting. Guitarist Andy Summers came up with the chord "which hits after the bass notes" throughout the song. "Walking on the Moon" was released as the follow-up single to the British No. 1 single, "Message in a.

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