Top 10 Songs From The Police

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41 Man In a Suitcase Man In a Suitcase

Zenyatta Mondatta had some very middle of the road material. This song is one of them but it's more digestible than canary in a coal mine and because of its short length it's not the worst offender.

42 Hungry for You (J'aurais Toujours Faim de Toi) Hungry for You (J'aurais Toujours Faim de Toi)

A song that has a great dance groove and upbeat energy. Unfortunately Sting messed it up with his terrible attempt at awful and incorrect French.

43 Darkness Darkness

One of the most haunting and melancholic songs Police have ever made. Feels like waking up from a dream and having to face the cruel cold world. Nice simple minimalist composition.

This song reminds me of Scarlett Johansson. - Metts

44 O My God O My God

Saxophones ended up a bit of a curse for the Police and unfortunately got them wrong sided with fans. O My God is one of these songs that belong to the Ghost of the Machine pop type. However, it ended up being overlooked. While this is later Police, it's a definitely powerful track and underrated as there s a lot going on here. Stings vocals are astounding reaching as high as he did on early punk days. Cope land as always kick you in the balls with his beats and Andy is stellar at doing therhythm section. Definitely a highlight on Synchronicity that uses world music influences to outstanding results with a lot more power than on Ghost. A misunderstood classic that went amiss in the later Police directory, due to 3 overbearing singles.

45 It's Alright for You It's Alright for You

While in the veins of the punkish tones of Truth Hits Everybody from Outlandos, It's alright for you is a more subdued affair, but it still has a catchy chorus and showcases interesting use of guitars as atmosphere rather than raunchy energy, a trademark of Police's newfound sound in Regatta de Blanc.

46 Deathwish Deathwish V 1 Comment
47 Behind My Camel Behind My Camel V 1 Comment
48 Shadows In the Rain Shadows In the Rain
49 Demolition Man Demolition Man
50 Too Much Information Too Much Information
51 Rehumanize Yourself Rehumanize Yourself
52 One World (Not Three) One World (Not Three)
53 Omegaman Omegaman V 1 Comment
54 Secret Journey Secret Journey
55 Low Life Low Life
56 Flexible Strategies Flexible Strategies
57 Shambelle Shambelle
58 Masoko Tanga Masoko Tanga
59 Someone to Talk To Someone to Talk To V 1 Comment
60 Spirits In the Material World Spirits In the Material World

With an instant synth hook, the catchiest song of Ghost remains the most brilliant song Police has ever made. Who would have thought guitar could have been replaced with synths to create an even better reggae sound, this time with a sophisticated neo classical feel. The instrumental section is gorgeous and eloquent. Lyrics are quite intellectual as well so all this makes it a very worthwhile piece to listen to. Why this is at 24 beats me though. Maybe it's too subdued for some. Acquired taste perhaps but anyone who knows music will feast on this gem.

How is this not higher?! For sure should be in the top 10!

Great song! Best ever created for Police - pauljoelticlavilcagutierrez

LAST?!?! That just doesn't make sense. Easily one of the Police's top 15.

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