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The Police - Every Breath You Take (The Videos) FLAC album

Performer: The Police
Genre: Rock
Title: Every Breath You Take (The Videos)
Country: France
Released: 1991
Style: Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1525 mb
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Every Breath You Take: The Singles is the debut compilation album by The Police, released in 1986. In 1990, 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. It was released on VHS and Betamax cassette, as well as on Laserdisc in the UK, Europe and in Japan

2. Can't Stand Losing You. 3. Message in a Bottle. 4. Walking on the Moon. 6. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic. 7. Don't Stand So Close to Me. 8. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da. 9. Invisible Sun. 10. Spirits in the Material World. 11. Every Breath You Take. 12. Wrapped Around Your Finger. 13. Synchronicity II.

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Music video by The Police performing Every Breath You Take (Black and White Version). C) 1983 A&M Records Ltd. Комментарии. I'm sorry, but you call this Rock? its a nice enough song but by no means a Rock song. The Police - Every Breath You Take .

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It’s an understatement to say that ‘Every Breath You Take’’s reputation precedes it. The Police’s original recording became the biggest US and UK hit of 1983, with the track topping the US Billboard chart for eight weeks and heading up the UK Top 40 for a month. This deceptively pretty song concerning obsessive love has since yielded a plethora of industry awards and it even famously provided the bedrock for Puff Daddy’s multi-platinum 1997 smash ‘I’ll Be Missing You’. I had written it in half an hour

Every Breath You Take" was the first single from the album. Police guitarist Andy Summers made a significant contribution to the arrangement of this song. He explained in a Record Collector interview: "Without that guitar part there's no song. More songs with videos directed by Godley & Creme. More songs covered by the Glee cast. More songs from 1983. Lyrics to Every Breath You Take. The Police Artistfacts. Susan from Atlanta, Georgia"Every Breath You Take" is also the title of a book by Ann Rule about Allan Blackthorne and Sheila Bellush, Allan's ex-wife whom he stalked and had murdered. The title of the book was taken from the song. This book's title and Sting's interview validated my theory about its being a song about stalking.


1 Roxanne
2 Can't Stand Losing You
3 Message In A Bottle
4 Walking On The Moon
5 So Lonely
6 Don't Stand So Close To Me
7 De Do Do Do De Da Da Da
8 Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
9 Invisible Sun
10 Spirits In The Material World
11 Every Breath You Take
12 Wrapped Around Your Finger
13 Synchronicity II
14 Don't Stand So Close To Me '86

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – A&M Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Teal Trutone Music
  • Distributed By – Teal Trutone Music
  • Printed By – Artone Press


  • Compilation Producer – Michael Ross
  • Coordinator – Tessa Pacey
  • Edited By [Compilation] – Rick Elgood
  • Film Director – Derek Burbidge (tracks: 1 to 10), Godley & Creme (tracks: 11 to 14)
  • Film Producer – Fiona Fitzherbert (tracks: 11, 12), Kate Burbidge (tracks: 1 to 10), Lexi Godfrey (tracks: 11 to 14)
  • Written-By – Sting


From the back cover: "Together for the first time... the original videos of the songs that have stormed the charts throughout the world from 1978's 'Roxanne' through to the 1986 version of 'Don't Stand So Close To Me' via the controversial 'Invisible Sun' and the classic 'Every Breath You Take' - one of the world's greatest bands perform their greatest hits... on video."

Full colour except "Every Breath You Take" filmed in black & white.

© / ℗ 1986 A&M Records Ltd.
℗ 1991 Stereo

Running time: 59 minutes.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 001210 517405
  • Other (Censorship Cert. No.): DP4/18/3 (91/526)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
041 472-2 The Police Every Breath You Take (The Videos) ‎(VHS, Comp, SECAM) PolyGram Music Video 041 472-2 France 1986
0694936409 The Police Every Breath You Take The DVD ‎(DVD-V, Comp, Multichannel, NTSC) A&M Records, Chronicles 0694936409 Canada 2003
none The Police The Best Video Clips ‎(VCD, Comp, Unofficial) Universal , CD Video Одиссей none Ukraine 2003
460502601623 The Police Every Breath You Take (The DVD) ‎(DVD-V, Comp, Multichannel, PAL, Sup) A&M Records, Universal Music DVD Video 460502601623 Russia 2008
493 671-9 The Police Every Breath You Take (The DVD) ‎(DVD-V, Comp, Copy Prot., Multichannel, PAL, Dol) A&M Records, Universal Music DVD Video 493 671-9 Europe 2003
"I don't ever wanna play the part of a statistic on a government chart." Another chronologically-correct retrospective, this great collection showcases just how talented a band The Police really were. The Derek Burbidge-directed promo videos indicate that we're dealing with three real musicians here, and much less video artists, evident by the careless, reckless and home-video style cinematography of their early outputs when compared to today's pretentious poses and overly complex and choreographed productions where the actual music only plays a supporting role. We get to see the trio half-heartedly lip-syncing or merely horsing around and that they're having great fun miming to the songs; with probably everyone simply hopping into the back of some station wagon to quickly go shooting a video or three at someone's house in an afternoon, with the brilliant Stewart Copeland air-drumming on a chair in the dressing room and, his crowning glory, even the back of a NASA rocket in "Walking On The Moon". Sting also gets in on the act by ignoring his bass miming and concentrating on rock star posturing - but despite the banter, it can be seen that they took their craftmanship and their early "white reggae" seriously. However, by the time Lexi Godfrey and Lol Creme were commissioned to direct their videos, it was visible that the band was at a breaking point and they were hardly speaking to each other... Stewart Copeland's withdrawal is evident in "Synchronicity II" as Sting clearly moves to the fore and gets delusions of being a great solo artist and film actor. Andy Summers, meanwhile, appears to not give a damn and just does what he does best: play guitar and probably remain the invisible cornerstone of the band. The apalling "Don't Stand So Close To Me '86" signalled the end of one of the best bands ever. But then again, it was the music that sold me this tape, not the videos.