8 thoughts on “ Driven To Tears - The Police - Act Responsible (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jun 20,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Reunion Concert on Discogs/5(6).
  2. Zenyatta Mondatta is the third studio album for English rock band The Police, containing classic tracks like Don't Stand So Close To Me and De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da.. The album won them two Grammy Awards. Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave. Vinyl: VG+ / EX. Cover: VG / VG+ (minor ring and corner wear, black spots on the front right section of the front cover.).
  3. Dec 10,  · The Police live from France sometime during the 80's Stewart Copeland is smoking on his drums..(mean that in a fast way)globhosibrabisfipersayclocelphymul.coinfo
  4. g 6LP Box Set Includes Every Police Album: Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings Half-Speed Mastered at Abbey Road by Miles Showell, Includes Bonus B-Sides LP and Page Book Every Move You Make: The Studio Recordings brings together The Police's entire recorded studio output on a g 6LP vinyl box set complete with a track sixth disc entitled Flexible .
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  6. Also featured on The Police are 'Driven To Tears', 'Canary In A Coalmine' and 'Voices Inside My Head'. The triple platinum 'Ghost In The Machine' was released in and peaked at #2 on the U.S. charts (#1 U.K.) with 'Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic' reaching the #3 position (#1 UK) and 'Spirits In The Material World', at #
  7. The third Police album, from , again reaching no. 1 UK album chart and featuring two classic hit singles the moving (and controversial) Don't Stand So Close to Me (about of an older teacher's relationship with one of his students) and De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da.
  8. General CommentThus, 'Driven To Tears' with its relentless beat and gritty bassline is angrier in its quietness and bitter sarcastic approach than most of the 'hardcore' stuff you ever heard (the song refers to the unhappiness of the third world countries and their being betrayed by the more successful part of the world, a topic not wholly unfamilar for Sting's solo work).

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