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  • CD (8 juillet 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Compilation
  • Label: A & M
  • ASIN : B000002G3U
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  1. Roxanne
  2. Can't stand losing you
  3. Message in a bottle
  4. Walking on the moon
  5. Don't stand so close to me
  6. De do do do, de da da da
  7. Every little thing she does is magic
  8. Invisible sun
  9. Spirits in the material world
  10. Every breath you take
  11. King of pain
  12. Wrapped around your finger
  13. Don't stand so close to me '86
  14. Message in a bottle

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POLICE - GREATEST HITS - COLLECTION BEST OF (1 CD)


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HASH(0x8cf38618) étoiles sur 5 A good place to start 3 mai 2000
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I am a Police fan of 30 and have been a fan of the band since1978. This is an excellent CD to buy as an intro to the music of thePolice who, in my humble opinion, are one of the best bands to come out of Britain during the post-punk "New Wave" era of the late 1970s and early 1980s. They were also a band who I felt never totally fulfilled their potential, although they quit whilst still on top. I would totally disagree ... (that) the band is awful but the songs are good - yes the songs are great and have stood the test time - but no way were the Police an awful band. In Sting you have a brilliant songwriter and a first-rate bass player, in Andy Sunmmers a technically brilliant guitarist whose understated style and clever use of chorus and delay effects were exactly the right ingredient for Sting's songs, and in Stewart Copeland a superb drummer who again (like Summers) had a distinct and much-revered and much-copied style of his own. I was lucky enough to see the Police play live - in London in 1983 (their final official UK concert in fact) and they were a superb live band. The sound for a 3-piece band was awesome. If anything the records never really did their songs justice as the power of their live sound seemed to be diluted on vinyl - even more so on CD. The Police were respected by the reggae community for bringing reggae into the mainstream (reggae artists have even made tribute albums covering the band's songs) and they also earned the respect of musicians in the jazz world - mostly for their approach to improvisation onstage (something very few of today's rock bands would try - take note Oasis & co). Their sense of space in the arrangements is superb - just listen to the interplay between the instruments on Walking On The Moon, for example. The band's early material was a clever fusion of rock and reggae (Roxanne, Can't Stand Losing You, Message In A Bottle, Walking On The Moon, etc) and it's these songs that are the real timeless classics along with, of course, Every Breath You Take - which simply has to be THE most perfect pop song ever written. It is flawless. Sorry Queen fans, but Bohemian Rhapsody just does not do it for me. Sure, it wins all the polls for this sort of thing but Every Breath You Take is THE definitive all-time classic pop song. Even Lennon and McCartney would have been proud of that one. Unfortunately the song has been misinterpreted as some sort of love song (whicn it isn't) and even Sting has laughed at the fact that it gets played by horrible nasty function bands at weddings and dinner parties. Function bands, Puff Daddy and anyone else who dares to mess with this song should leave it well alone. Anyway this CD gives you most of the band's hits plus a rather pointless "new" remix of Message In A Bottle, which sounds nothing more than a re-EQing of the bass. I would rather have seen the space filled with a good album track, say Bring On The Night or Tea In The Sahara, or even So Lonely - one of the early singles not included on this compilation. If you are new to the Police, this CD is a good starting point but if you want something more complete, check out the Message In A Box 4xCD box set - it's better value than buying all 5 albums and you get extra tracks too.
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HASH(0x8cf38a80) étoiles sur 5 One of the finest greatest hits releases ever! 25 mars 2001
Par Bob Martinez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I'm not big on greatest hits packages. I believe the artist has an idea in mind when they release an entire album. It's like taking excerps from a great novelist's many books and putting them in one book. However, with time passed by, it appears that The Police were an excellent singles band. A lot of their albums now sound like filler around their power-pop hits. This is the CD to own, if you don't feel like buying their entire collection. The sound is a wonderful improvement over their original greatsest hits release from the 80's and the inclusion of the original "Don't Stand So Close To Me" finally makes this a complete package. The Police has always been one of my favorite groups. The rhythmic interplay between this trio is exciting and creative. Each one of the songs on this CD is excellent and covers the best of all their albums. One of the finest greatest hits packages ever from one of rock's most intelligent and creative forces.
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HASH(0x8cf38aa4) étoiles sur 5 GREAT, BUT NOT COMPLETE, GREATEST HITS PACKAGE 25 juillet 2000
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Format: CD
"Every Breath You Take:The Classics" is an expanded CD reissue of the Police's 1986 greatest hits album called "Every Breath You Take: The Hits". It is true these are now rock classics, and even though this includes the original (and far superior) version of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" (along with the subpar 1986 remake)and a new remix of "Message In A Bottle", this collection still lacks all the hits and "rock radio" favorites. Where are the awesome "Synchronicity II", "One World (Is Enough For All Of Us), "When The World Is Running Down", "So Lonely" etc.? True, the Police deserve a double CD greatest hits, so I won't grade this collection harshly. This set is for the casual fan who wants a nice 65 minute overview of arguably the biggest rock/pop trio ever. This is a good warmup for the all inclusive "Message In A Box" 4 CD set. Even though Sting, Andy, and Stewart have gone on to have varying degrees of sucess on their own doing various types of projects, this set shows that the sum is far greater than the parts!
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HASH(0x8cf389cc) étoiles sur 5 My LP records and they're all scratched 12 février 2007
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This really is a five star singles collection. Only one minor hit is missing ("Synchronicity II") and the gawdawful Puffy mix of "Roxanne" is - one can only hope - been wiped from the face of the Earth. But having seen the band reunite on the 2007 Grammys, and how "Roxanne" still sounds amazing for a 30 year old song, "Every Breath You Take: The Classics" is a prefect reminder of just how much The Police commercialized "Punk rock" and made brilliant pop at the same time.

I remember buying "Outlandos D'amour" in the fall of 1978, right before starting college. I was just beginning to get into punk/new wave and "Roxanne" was such a giddy single that I had to have the album. I was enthused but also surprised. While the band played with punky brashness, there was stuff here that was way too sophisticated for punk. The tricky drumming of Stewart Copeland was a dead giveaway...The Police were more than those peroxided heads on the album cover.

When "Regatta DeBlanc" arrived, the aggressive "Message In A Bottle" served notice. Sting was a charismatic singer that could rock with the best of them, and Andy Summers' playing was really beginning to show that he was limitlessly inventive. The spacey reggae of "Walking On The Moon" pushed their experimentation to a new peak. While "Message" should have been the breakthrough single The Police deserved after "Roxanne," radio resistance to this new kind of new wave music forced the band to wait until the third album.

"De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da" changed that. Irresistibly catchy, it spotlighted Sting's ability to write crafty pop songs. Then the enigmatic and literate "Don't Stand So Close To Me" went top ten, forcing even the staunchest critics to accept "Zenyatta Mondatta" and The Police. After all, not every rock band could quote Nabokov and top the charts with it. By now, the band had also become MTV darlings and Sting a heart-throb, an image he had no problem riding to success but still took issue with on the creative level. He wanted to make sure that The Police were regarded more as musical artists than video vixens with goofy song clips.

Success emboldened Sting and The Police experimented heavily on "Ghost In The Machine." Gone were the pretty boy cover pictures and pseudo-Eurospeak titles. The stuttering time-signature of the title track and the Pink Floyd meets the Beach Boys of "Invisible Sun" were unlike anything The Police had recorded before. Still, it was the classic pop sounding "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" that was, well, magic. The mix of progressive and pop set the stage for The Police's finest hour.

If "Every Little Thing..." sounded like classic pop, "Every Breath You Take" sounded timeless. As everyone knows, the deceptively paranoid single cross-circuited and insta-catchy melody with lyrics that sounded like a pledge of devotion only to be undermined by the totally obsessive nature of the protagonist. The nature of the album "Synchronicity" was to allow each member to add his part as he saw fit (even though Sting was obviously the de facto leader by now). it led to the stripped down sound of "King Of Pain" and "Wrapped Around Your Finger."

But that was as far as the band could travel together. Sting's ambitions (or ego, depending on your point of view) had moved past Copeland and Stewart's. The worldwide success of "Synchronicity" and the tour put the band on a hiatus that they never really called off. That leaves the sole new items here the pointless electronic remake of "Don't Stand So Close To Me" (from the "The Singles" collection) and a remix of "Message In A Bottle" that is all but indistinguishable from the original. "Every Breath You Take: The Classics" does allow for both versions of "Don't Stand So Close To Me," which makes that earlier collection obsolete.

However, the recently reissued Police library has at least two classic albums in it (in my opinion, "Synchronicity" and "Zenyatta Mondatta"), that rate picking up a few of the individual albums for their key tracks. (For instance, it is again my opinion, but both of the "new" tracks here could have easily been dumped for the likes of "So Lonely," "Driven To Tears" or "Synchronicity II.") Still, as a collection of memorable radio and groundbreaking music, the evolution of The Police from punky white reggae to musical sophisticates makes this CD a must have if you don't want to go beyond the hits.
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HASH(0x8cf38ef4) étoiles sur 5 almost the best... 4 mai 2001
Par Zif Bonksley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A&M (I think they still existed back then) reissued the original "Every Breath You Take" collection in 1995 with new artwork + a few extra tracks. This would have been a good time to add the badly needed "So Lonely" and "Synchronicity II", and maybe even "Driven to Tears" (personal fave). Instead, we got a pointless remix of "Message in a Bottle". If you can find the import _Police Greatest Hits_, it is way better than this. Or maybe you should just smash your piggy bank and spring for the box set... you'll never regret it.
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