Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by the Police, released in the United Kingdom on 17 June 1983. The band's most successful release, the album includes the hit singles "Every Breath You Take", "King of Pain", "Wrapped Around Your Finger", and "Synchronicity II". The album's title and much of the material for the songs were inspired by Arthur Koestler's The Roots of Coincidence
Synchronicity II Lyrics. Another suburban family morning Grandmother screaming at the wall We have to shout above the din of our Rice Krispies We can't hear anything at all Mother chants her litany of boredom and frustration But we know all her suicides are fake Daddy only stares into the distance There's only so much more that he can take Many miles away Something. crawls from the slime At the bottom of a dark Scottish lake
The Police wrote their epitaph on the heels of six exceedingly productive years. The foundation to their rise, and the quintessential essence that defined the group’s legitimacy was unmatched confidence colliding with advanced musicianship for the pop rock genre. Synchronicity is fittingly about finalization. Perhaps an eerie resemblance of foreshadowing, the record is primarily awash in dark, morose moods, and the theme running throughout paints a picture of interpersonal relationships colliding in a final desperate gasp before collapsing in a heap of exhaustion.
Synchronicity II. 5:05. 7. Every Breath You Take. Synchronicity (LP, Album, RYB).
Not only is 'Synchronicity' The Police's best album, but it is probably one of the most socially relevant records in recent years. In his lyrics, Sting has abandoned the typical ephemeral subjects that pervade rock music, and quite ably tackled such institutions as marriage and religion. It is not a happy album. The familiar Jamaican rhythms are still prevalent and Stewart Copeland provides varying drum beats that could get cats dancing, but it's all to no avail. The final track on side one is 'Synchronicity II', the most astute song Sting has written. The bitterness of the lyrics is chased along by some of the tightest music that The Police have recorded. Where Bob Dylan used a locomotive as an image of good coming to mankind's rescue in his song 'Slow Train Coming', 'Synchronicity II' foresees impending doom in the shape of an avenging Loch Ness monster. Side two is a more personal collection of songs.
the dad realizes his life is full of boredom and frustration and hes trapped as a middle class worker. while the monster is full of boredom and frustration, trapped in a loch and.
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Words By, Music By – Sting
|B||Once Upon A Daydream
Music By – Andy SummersWords By – Sting
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Made By – Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.
- Published By – Mushroom
- Lacquer Cut By – Paul Ibbotson
NotesTrack A: From the A&M album "Synchronicity" RML 53102
℗ 1983 A&M Records Inc. U.S.A.
© 1983 A&M Records Inc. U.S.A.
Made in New Zealand by Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.
Disc issued in festival company sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): MX-61553
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): MX-61554
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SMX 61553 5:00 P2A K928 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): SMX 61554 P2A 3:28 K9280 B
|AM 153||The Police||Synchronicity II (7", Single)||A&M Records||AM 153||UK||1983|
|AM-2571||The Police||Synchronicity II (7", Single)||A&M Records||AM-2571||US||1983|
|AM 02571||The Police||Synchronicity II (7", Single, TP)||A&M Records||AM 02571||US||1983|
|AMP-12001||The Police||Synchronicity II (12")||A&M Records||AMP-12001||Japan||1983|
|AMS 9748||The Police||Synchronicity II (7", S/Sided, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 9748||Spain||1983|