11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Police’s fourth album investigates an electronic sound while adopting their most explicitly political stance yet. “Spirits In the Material World”’s revolution-rock bobs to a reggae rhythm driven by keyboards rather than guitars, while “Invisible Sun” examines The Troubles in Northern Ireland against an eerie, electro swirl. They’ve not banished love songs though, and with a chorus that bursts out of the synth mist like a thunderclap, “Everything Little Thing She Does Is Magic” is one of their finest.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Police’s fourth album investigates an electronic sound while adopting their most explicitly political stance yet. “Spirits In the Material World”’s revolution-rock bobs to a reggae rhythm driven by keyboards rather than guitars, while “Invisible Sun” examines The Troubles in Northern Ireland against an eerie, electro swirl. They’ve not banished love songs though, and with a chorus that bursts out of the synth mist like a thunderclap, “Everything Little Thing She Does Is Magic” is one of their finest.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

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4 Ratings

Meamye Celphandigh ,

Back when music wasn’t garbage

I’d get this album but then I’d have a police record and then how would I be able to get a job because if I’m not mistaken there’s not a lot of jobs in this world that would hire people with a police record and I’m sure that every breath I take every move I make they’d be watching me

Bob24Probert ,

Best

Not only the best album The Police put out, but one of the best albums of all time.

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