King Of Pain - The Police - Their Greatest Hits (CD)


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  1. So I would say start with the "Every Breath You Take: The Classics" album if you only want the hits from the Police but if you are a fan of The Police and Stings hits then you can get both. For me personally I have both and I think it's worth it. When it comes to this album, If I could give this album 10 stars I would/5().
  2. This was the second Greatest Hits compilation to be released, following 's 'Every Breath You Take - The Singles'. If Sting had proposed 'The Dream Of The Blue Turtles' as the title of a The Police album, the other two would have laughed him out of the house. King Of Pain, 7'' King Of Pain, 12'' Synchronicity II, 12'' Synchronicity.
  3. 10 rows · "King of Pain" was the second single from the phenomenal Synchronicity album, which in .
  4. Greatest Hits is a compilation album of songs by the Police, released in It is the band's second compilation album following Every Breath You Take: The .
  5. Every Breath You Take: The Singles is the debut compilation album by The Police, released in In , the album was repackaged in New Zealand, Australia and Spain as Their Greatest Hits with a different cover. A video collection entitled Every Breath You Take: The Videos was released alongside the album/5().
  6. Dec 02,  · King Of Pain - The Police (HQ Audio + Lyrics) - Duration: Kenny G Greatest Hits Full Album The Best Songs Of Kenny G Best Saxophone Love Songs - Duration:
  7. The Police - King Of Pain - Official Music Video. Greatest Hits of the Eighties. The Police - King Of Pain - Official Music Video. TV 80s - Greatest Hits of the Eighties. Lipps Inc. reached number one in Australia with "Funkytown", the lead single from the group's debut album "Mouth to Mouth".
  8. The Police were old hands at the chart-topping game by the time they released their fifth album. They named the new one after a philosophical concept by the psychiatrist Carl Jung. Synchronicity.

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