Zenyatta Mondatta (REMASTERED)The Police
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Format: Compact DiscRemastered version of The Police's third album Zenyatta Mondatta which was originally released in 1980. The album was written during the band's second tour and recorded in just four weeks (minus several days for a short tour of the Netherlands), the album is often regarded as one of their best works and it went to #5 in the U.S. and #1 in the UK and Australia, spurred by the success of the Sting-penned singles "Don't Stand So Close to Me" and "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da". It would later receive glowing reviews from re-assessments in Rolling Stone and Q Magazine, among others. Drummer Stewart Copeland, who contributed the songs "Bombs Away" and "The Other Way of Stopping", said about the time pressures: 'We had bitten off more than we could chew. We finished the album at 4 a.m. on the day we were starting our next world tour... It was cutting it very fine.' 11 tracks.
|1||Don't Stand So Close To Me|
|2||Driven To Tears|
|3||When The World Is Running Down, You Make The Best Of What's Still Around|
|4||Canary In A Coalmine|
|5||Voices Inside My Head|
|7||De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da|
|8||Behind My Camel|
|9||Man In A Suitcase|
|10||Shadows In The Rain|
|11||The Other Way Of Stopping|