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Performer: The Police
Title: Synchronicity
Style: Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,Punk/New Wave,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
Location: Air Studios, Montserrat
Duration: 44:11
Released: June 17, 1983
Size MP3 version: 1692 mb
Size FLAC version: 1420 mb
Size WMA version: 1365 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 886
Genre: Pop Rock

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Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by the Police, released in the United Kingdom on 17 June 1983. The band's most successful release, the album includes the hit singles "Every Breath You Take", "King of Pain", "Wrapped Around Your Finger", and "Synchronicity II". The album's title and much of the material for the songs were inspired by Arthur Koestler's The Roots of Coincidence

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1983’s Synchronicity catapulted The Police into the arenas of the world on the strength of amazing singles like Every Breath You Take and King of Pain. The making of the album was a rough process, with drummer Stewart Copeland and guitarist Andy Summers playing session musicians to main songwriter Sting’s compositions, and the turmoil caused by this change in band dynamics would ultimately cause them to go on an indefinite hiatus after touring for the album. Synchronicity Q&A. In fact, they were trying to convince me that I was completely useles. his whole album was recorded in an unbelievably bad atmosphere. We hated each others guts, and we had no respect for each other. Actually, I did, but I just felt like a piece of shit.

Tracklist: 1. Synchronicity I, 2. Walking In Your Footsteps, 3. O My God, 4. Mother, 5. Miss Gradenko, 6. Synchronicity II, 7. Every Breath You Take, 8. King Of Pain, 9. Wrapped Around Your Finger, 10. Tea In The Sahara. 1. Synchronicity I. 2. Walking In Your Footsteps. 6. 7. Every Breath You Take. 9. Wrapped Around Your Finger. 10. More albums from The Police: Certifiable (Live In Buenos Aires) by The Police. In Concert-196 by The Police. Reggatta De Blanc by The Police. Off The Record Specials With Mary Turner by The Police.

Not only is 'Synchronicity' The Police's best album, but it is probably one of the most socially relevant records in recent years. In his lyrics, Sting has abandoned the typical ephemeral subjects that pervade rock music, and quite ably tackled such institutions as marriage and religion. It is not a happy album. The familiar Jamaican rhythms are still prevalent and Stewart Copeland provides varying drum beats that could get cats dancing, but it's all to no avail

With the exception of "Synchronicity II," which sounds disarmingly like a crappy Billy Idol song, every one of those singles is a classic.

The Police is a self-titled compilation album released by The Police on June 5, 2007, to accompany their reunion tour. It contains 28 tracks over two discs, a mixture of hit singles and fan favourites. All the singles are included, with the exception of "Secret Journey" and '"Don't Stand So Close to Me '86" (however, the original version of the song is included).

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Synchronicity I Sting The Police 3:26
2 Walking in Your Footsteps Sting The Police 3:36
3 O My God Sting The Police 4:02
4 Mother Sting / Andy Summers The Police 3:05
5 Miss Gradenko Stewart Copeland / Sting The Police 2:00
6 Synchronicity II Sting The Police 5:02
7 Every Breath You Take Sting The Police 4:14
8 King of Pain Sting The Police 4:58
9 Wrapped Around Your Finger Sting The Police 5:13
10 Tea in the Sahara Sting The Police 4:11
11 Murder by Numbers Sting / Andy Summers The Police 4:34


Randy Aronson - Tape Research
Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff - Art Direction, Design
Dave Collins - Mastering
Stewart Copeland - Composer, Drums, Vocals
David Foster - Tape Research
Margaret Goldfarb - Reissue Production Coordination
Jane Hitchin - Tape Research
David Lascelles - Tape Research
Bill Levenson - Reissue Supervisor
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Duane Michals - Photography
Norman Moore - Art Direction, Design
Brendan Morris - Tape Research
Meire Murakami - Reissue Design
Hugh Padgham - Engineer, Producer
The Police - Noise, Primary Artist, Producer
Zoe Roberts - Tape Research
Sting - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Andy Summers - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Vartan - Art Direction
Stewart Whitmore - Compilation Producer
Synchronicity is easily one of the best albums to be released in the eighties. It starts off with the marimba driven melody of Synchronicity I and it is such a fast opening after Sting says his final line you almost expect that voice from Mortal Kombat to say"K.O.". Walking In your Footsteps slows the album down but not in a bad way. O My God is jazzy and it breathes life into the album again. And then there's Mother, probably the worst song on here, great lyrics but Andy Summers Should stick to guitar playing (although he sounds good on the King Of Pain B-Side, Someone To Talk Too). Miss Gradenko has interesting lyrics from Stewart Copeland and an interesting melody and chorus, I like to think of it as an introduction of sorts to the next track Synchronicity II. Synchronicity II has a very good arrangement and good lyrics and makes an interesting close to side 1. Every Breath You Take's hypnotic beat kicks off side 2 and is an interesting look into the mind of a stalker. King Of Pain has one of Sting's better lyrics and is a very driving track. Wrapped Around Your Finger is a tale of a woman who takes in a man who seems vulnerable, but after observing her and learning her tricks he uses these against her and says "You'll be wrapped around my finger". You could also think of it as Sting saying he will beat the police with his solo career, which took off two years after Synchronicity. Tea In The Sahara makes a melancholic close to the album, but is a great closing track. It also has some pretty good bass work coming from Sting. Now, on the CD version Murder By Numbers is the closer which I will admit seems out of place at first, but once you get used to it it is a great way to close the Police's last album and technically could be there very unromantic swan song. I would HIGHLY recommend this album.Final Verdict:10/10Stand-out Tracks: Synchronicity I, Synchronicity II, Walking In Your Footsteps, King of Pain, and Tea In The Sahara.
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Fans were disappointed that this turned out to be the end of the road, but with hindsight perhaps it's for the best that The Police pensioned themselves off here. Synchronicity is the culmination of everything the group saw, tried and learned over their first four LPs, melding the early reggae and energy from their first two albums with the subsequent new wave popcraft and sociopolitical commentary of their third and fourth. 'Every Breath You Take', 'Wrapped Around Your Finger' and 'King of Pain' are three of the finest commercial-yet-critically-acclaimed hit singles that the '80s produced, Godley & Creme's then-groundbreaking videos for the first two of those songs providing an atmospheric backdrop to the well loved Police perfected formula of shimmering pop rock coupled with Sting's highly literate lyrics. It's often forgotten now that Synchronicity legitimately went toe-to-toe with Michael Jackson's Thriller in 1983 for the album of the year title, but it genuinely deserved to. Sting called performing at Shea Stadium on the supporting World tour an 'Everest' moment; the same is true of the album which spawned it. The Police went out acrimoniously, but on top.
Synchronicity is the Police at their most pop-expressive and the most experimental record they made. With the band fully recognized as pop artists, they went full on into that genre. It may not have the bounce of their debut, or the seriousness of Ghost In The Machine, in fact it takes a little of both to become the best Police album. A career that came and went so fast we hardly knew it ended with a record that set the standard for pop greatness and treading experimental waters. Key tracks are Synchronicity II, Every Breath You Take, King Of Pain, Wrapped Around Your Finger, and Tea In The Sahara.
How can I rate Synchronicity as compared to the previous albums? Well, many fans regarded it as The Police`s ultimate masterpiece, on the strength of pop-oriented hits such as Every Breath You Take, King of Pain, Wrapped Around Your Fingers, and Tea in the Sahara. Now, why isn`t this album rated as high as 5 stars? It is very simple: the inclusion of Andy Summers` Ode to Oedipus Rex "Mother" . The song is almost unlistenable, considering that Andy`s voice is not the best, the lyrics are simply insane and the whole performance is just a mess. This is, by far, the worst Police song I`ve ever heard. However, you still got Synchronicity I and II (I absolutely love the video), Walking In Your Footsteps, O My God and, to a lesser extent, Miss Gradenko and Murder By Numbers to save the day. Track-by- track rating:1) Synchroncity I: 5/52) Walking In Your Footsteps: 4.5/53) O My God: 5/54) Mother: 2/55) Miss Gradenko: 3,5/56) Synchronicity II : 5/57) Every Breath You Take: 5/58) King Of Pain: 5/59) Wrapped Around Your Fingers: 5/510) Tea In The Sahara: 5/511) Murder By Numbers: 4.5/5Average Rating: 4 stars
Zeks Horde
7.9/10 (B)The Police's final album together is just as sporadically good as its predecessor, but the content that works really does work.
It is crazy to think that this album sounds so revitalized, but it does. From the pounding opening title track on, Synchronicity is an ever shifting, life altering, masterwork. It also contains two of my personal, all time favorite songs: "O My God" is an incredibly emotional song, with a bass line to DIE FOR, and gut-wrenching lyrics about a man's despite cry to God: "Everyone i know is lonely/and god's so far away/and my heart belongs to know one/so now sometimes I pray/ take the space between us/fill it up some way". "Synchronicity II" is an awesomely constructed song containing enough melodic ideas for five different songs, with dark imagery about the lock ness monster and pollution….or something. Whatever it’s about, the latter is still my favorite Police song. Though few people agree with me, I also totally love "Mother", Andy Summers' demented account of a Psycho inspired Norman Bates like character. It still impresses me that the band put a song on their most accessible album this INSANE sounding, as it is the most experimental the band ever got including a baffling time signature. "Walking in your footsteps" almost halts the album in its tracks with its odd naïve sounding vocals, . "Miss Gradenko" is right up there with "o my god" as an overlooked, great album track. As Reggata de Blanc was Copeland's album, this one is all dominated by Sting, with the impressive streak of "Synchronicity II", the bands biggest hit "Every Breath You Take" (emotional song about government/relationship?), "King of Pain" (with its aching, epic ending!), "Wrapped Around Your Finger" (foreboding, mysterious mood), and "Tea In the Sahara" (great album closer). Each one of those five songs is a masterful pop song, and that alone would cement a band's long-lasting reputation. But the Police were an exceptional band, putting all their hits at the end of the album like that, it helped a lot of people that usually wouldn't listen to a whole album do so, and it was a smart move. This was the best and most successful album of the band career to date...so they broke up soon after. What?!? I don't know, maybe they need to just be apart, and each write their own songs, who knows. It was maybe the best breakup album ever though, and a fine last word from an all-time great band. No one out there were quite like the police, much like The Who before them, they were overall always unique unto themselves. They went out in top form.
I like this album. I didn't really care for it when it was released, but it grew on me over time. I don't agree with the sites opinion of Sychronicity II. It is one of my favorite songs from the 80's.
Even more innovative and avantgarde (in the true sense of the word) than any of their previous albums. A stunnig effort by the band!It was perhaps appropriate that the band quit while they were on the very top! Especially considering the stunning career Sting immediately commenced.
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Synchronicity I: 10/10Walking In Your Footsteps: 7/10O My God: 10/10Mother: 5/10Miss Gradenko: 9/10Synchronicity II: 9.5/10Every Breath You Take: 9/10King Of Pain: 8.5/10Wrapped Around Your Finger: 10/10Tea In The Sahara: 10/10Murder By Numbers: 9/10
Synchronicity is an excellent album, and one of the best swansongs in the history of rock. It's amazing that a band so divided could produce a work of this caliber, but fortunately Copeland and Summers remained professionals and persevered with the creation of what's ostensibly a Sting solo album. It's not quite up to the level of Reggatta De Blanc or Zenyatta Mondatta, but it's still a timeless classic that's worthy of the Police name, which is quite an achievement given the high quality of every single release from the short lived band.