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Artist : The PolicernAlbum : The PolicernLabel : A&M RecordsrnGenre : RockrnBitrate : 181 kbps avgrnSource : CD (LP)rnPlaytime : 01:50:56 (151.MB)rnRls date : 2007-06-04rnStore date : 2007-06-11rnrnrn[Track List]rnrnDisc 1/2rn
rn1. Fall Out 2:04rn2. Can\'t Stand Losing You 2:57rn3. Next To You 2:52rn4. Roxanne 3:11rn5. Truth Hits Everybody 2:55rn6. Hole In My Life 4:49rn7. So Lonely 4:49rn8. Message In A Bottle 4:49rn9. Reggatta De Blanc 3:04rn10.Bring On The Night 4:15rn11.Walking On The Moon 5:01rn12.Don\'t Stand So Close To Me 4:01rn13.Driven By Tears 3:22rn14.Cenary In A Coalmine 2:28rnrnDisc 2/2rn
rn1. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da 4:08rn2. Voices Inside My Head 3:50rn3. Invisible Sun 3:45rn4. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic 4:20rn5. Spirits In The Material World 2:58rn6. Demolition Man 5:56rn7. Every Breath You Take 4:16rn8. Synchronicity I 3:24rn9. Wrapped Around Your Finger 5:15rn10.Walking In Your Footsteps 3:36rn11.Synchronicity II 5:01rn12.King Of Pain 5:00rn13.Murder By Numbers 4:37rn14.Tea In The Sahara 4:13rnrnrnIn early 2007, reports surfaced that the trio wouldrnreunite for a tour to mark their 30th anniversary, over 20rnyears since their \'final\' split in summer 1986. Thernconcerts would coincide with Universal Music (currentrnowners of the A&M label) re-releasing some material fromrnthe band\'s back catalog. The following statement wasrnreleased on behalf of the band by a spokesperson atrnInterscope Geffen A&M Records and posted on Sting\'srnofficial website: "As the 30th anniversary of the firstrnPolice single approaches, discussions have been underwayrnas to how this will be commemorated. While we can confirmrnthat there will indeed be something special done to markrnthe occasion, the depth of the band\'s involvement stillrnremains undetermined."rnrnOn January 22nd, 2007, the punk wave magazine Side-Linernbroke the story that The Police would reunite for thernGrammys, adding that the song performed would bern"Roxanne". All this information appeared to be correct.rnSide-Line also announced in its news coverage that ThernPolice were to embark on a massive tour bringing them torncities all over the world. Billboard magazine later onrnconfirmed the rumours, quoting Andy Summers who hadrndiscussed earlier in 2006 how the band could haverncontinued post-Synchronicity: "The more rational approachrnwould have been, \'OK, Sting, go make a solo record, andrnlet\'s get back together in two or three years,\' " he said.rn"I\'m certain we could have done that. Of course we couldrnhave. We were definitely not in a creative dry space. Werncould have easily carried on, and we could probably stillrnbe there. That wasn\'t to be our fate. It went in anotherrnway. I regret we never paid it off with a last tour."rnrnInside sources have admitted that the group had in factrnbegun tour rehearsals in Vancouver, British Columbia, andrnthat further details on the reunion tour would bernannounced in February, including a performance at the 49thrnAnnual Grammy Awards on February 11, 2007. A local radiornstation, Rock101, reported this information to the generalrnpublic on January 24, 2007. There have been numerousrnsightings of the group and their entourage in thernVancouver area as expectation builds of a pending reunionrntour.rnrnThe Police opened the 49th Annual Grammy Awards on 11rnFebruary 2007 in Los Angeles, California, announcing "Wernare The Police and we\'re back!" before launching intorn"Roxanne." A&M Records, the band\'s record company, isrnpromoting the current 2007-2008 reunion tour as the 30thrnanniversary of the release of their first single and notrnindeed that of the band\'s creation. ABC reported, "Thisrnyear marks the 30th anniversary of the release ofrn\'Roxanne,\' the single that broke the Police in the UnitedrnStates." The single was released in April 1978.rnrnThe Police opened their Reunion Tour in Vancouver on Mayrn28 in front of 22,000 delighted fans at one of two nearlyrnsold-out concerts. Opening with "Message in a Bottle"rnSting, and bandmates Stewart Copeland and Andy Summersrnserved up two hours of blockbuster hits much to thernexcitement of all who attended. The Police will be on tourrnfor approximately a year, beginning with North America andrneventually crossing over to Europe.