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Entertainment Could The Police have released a sixth album?

12:55  30 october  2020
12:55  30 october  2020 Source:   rollingstone.de

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The Police have sold over 75 million records, making them one of the best-selling bands of all 1.7 1984–1986: Hiatus, aborted sixth studio album 1.8 1986–2006: Disbandment

release – освобождение из заключения. Police forces developed throughout the centuries, taking various forms. In France during the 17th century In England and Wales the police have wide powers to arrest people suspected of having committed an offence with or without a warrant issued by a court.

In an interview, Stewart Copeland looks back at The Police's past and explains why the band's history couldn't have been any different.

The Police bei ihrer Amnesty International Tour 1986 © Provided by www.rollingstone.de The Police on their Amnesty International Tour 1986

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The Police had already taken a break from each other in 1982 so that the musicians could pursue their own solo projects alongside the band. When “Synchronicity” was released a year later and instantly became the most successful Police album, nobody could and would not imagine that it would be the last.

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because they had no proof, the police released him without charge. the security guard disarmed the thief before he could rob the bank. as soon as the police have enough evidence, they will press charges. к тому как у полиции будет достаточно доказательств, она выдвинет обвинения.

The police officer did not believe him. Exercise 2. 1 He told Mark that he could have the bag. 2 The security guard said that he wanted to catch the shoplifter. 3 She said that the police had arrested a vandal

For many years the myth persisted that a sixth LP was as good as finished, but ultimately never came about - which should also have been due to the severe broken collarbone of Stewart Copeland . But it wasn't that easy, as the drummer said in an interview with “Consequence Of Sound”.


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"No, there would never have been a sixth studio album", so Copeland clearly. “When I look back on it, I'm grateful that we got five albums. Sting writes great music. He is a master musician in every way, (...) with his dexterity, his ear, his composition, his lyrics ... it's a whole lot of skills.

But as the 68-year-old went on to explain, the great talents of the individual members already indicated problems with the recordings for the LP “Zenyattà Mondatta” (released in 1980), especially with regard to Sting. Copeland: “When we played with The Police, we were all very stubborn and very serious about expressing ourselves in and with this band, which for him meant that he had to let his songs go through the mill of judgments and changes and compromises and had to deal with some direct interventions in his already perfect ideas. ”

Many demos would have been real blasts and would have become hits even without editing by the Police colleagues, the drummer indicated. "The guy knew what he was doing and at the time he was becoming less and less willing to have other opinions imposed on his work," said Copeland. “But he held out three more albums, for which I am grateful.

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