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  1. Ronnie Masters capably delivers all of the songs, putting his own stamp on many while providing the best interpretation yet of the Roy Ownbey songbook. Ronnie Masters also shows signs of songwriting prowess, penning seven of the 32 songs, including Where Can I Go, which has been covered previously by Darnell Miller.
  2. My Songs: Special Edition (Japan) My Songs (Deluxe Edition) My Songs. Sting: The Chill Mixes. (standard & vinyl editions) The Last Ship (2-disc deluxe version) The Best of 25 Years (2CD Version) The Very Best Of Sting & The Police. Mercury Falling. Fields of Gold. Ten Summoner's Tales. Acoustic Live In Newcastle.
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  4. The music for season one was released over two separate discs (Volume 1 and Volume 2). For season two, all you get is just this one disc. The great thing about the score for season one is that they were really pushing the John Carpenter/Tangerine Dream sound, and achieved that masterfully/5().
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jingles, Stings And Things Volume 2 on Discogs.
  6. Mar 28,  · Sting Announces New Album, ‘My Songs’ Sting revealed the cover and track listing for his new album My Songs, which contains “re-imagined” versions of some of his favorite Police and solo compositions. It’s set for release on May 24 in standard and deluxe versions. You can see the full track .
  7. Oct 10,  · Sting clearly finds this material humorous, touching, compelling, but the interjection of no fewer than seven spoken-word soliloquies makes 'Songs From the Labyrinth' feel like a formal night at the theater, rather than illuminating the warm, human composer Sting sees in Dowland.
  8. This collection covers both the Police's and Sting's solo careers and includes most of their respective hits. Such favorites as "Message In A Bottle" and "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" segue comfortably into "If You Love Somebody, Set Them Free" and other wordy Sting solo titles. Also includes a P. Diddy/Puff Daddy remix of "Roxanne.

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