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  1. The Police were a new wave band which formed in in London, England. The band consisted of Sting (vocals, bass), Andy Summers (guitar) and Stewart Copeland (drums). The band released five albums – "Outlandos d'Amour" (), "Reggatta de Blanc" (), "Zenyatta Mondatta" (), "Ghost in the Machine" () and "Synchronicity" () – before entering a hiatus in and ultimately.
  2. The Police Sting – bass guitar (all but 8), lead and backing vocals, synthesizers Andy Summers – guitar, backing vocals, piano (4), synthesizers (8), bass guitar (8).
  3. Jun 18,  · When one thinks of the Police, the word "soul" does not immediately leap to mind. Yet a single off their album Zenyatta Mondatta transformed into a staple of "Chicago-Style Steppin'," a dance made popular in Chicago's African-American clubs. "Voices Inside My Head" features heavy rhythmic elements, scratchy guitar, and Sting's eerie voice, adding up to a surprisingly soulful track .
  4. Voices Inside My Head. by The Police. Zenyatta Mondatta A&M Producers: The Police, Nigel Gray. Main genre: Rock / Pop. Tags: Rock, Sampled in More Than 10 Songs, Acapella Anonymous. Was sampled in 18 songs see all Positive Life by Lovebug Starski and The Harlem World Crew () see all. Was covered in 1 song.
  5. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the song Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down You Make the Best Of What's Still Around by The Police on iHeartRadio!
  6. Directed by Derek Burbidge. With Miles A. Copeland III, Ian Copeland, Stewart Copeland, Jools Holland.
  7. When did the voice inside your head start talking? I became aware of mine at about the age of Up till that point, I had been a very happy and carefree child, but in a short space of time, I.
  8. When the Voice Inside Your Head Turns Bad They scare us into believing that the outside world is dangerous, and that we need to obey their rules for living in order to survive and avoid pain.
  9. Like millions of Police fans around the world, I've held out hope that the Police would get back together to do a concert, a benefit, anything. However, I was watching a brief clip online (VHcom) of their performance at the Rock-n-Roll hall of fame induction show, and let me just say, I .

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