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Nice!

Copeland is my inspiration for music I make. (Mosty his Spyro soundtrack, which I grew up hearing constantly.)
I like some of his other songs too!
They remind me of the Spyro music. XD
Boy I wish he'd make a soundtrack of that music and put it on iTunes...
That Rain song is nice, though! (Spyro fans know it as "Jacques". =P)

sandyish

It is always nice to hear something unusual and different. A nice break from the mainstream music. Very refreshing to hear!

Great drumming, some great songs, some not so great...

If you don't mind having to reach for the skip button every so often, buy it. Stewart Copeland was always my favorite member of The Police. "Too Kool to Kalypso" is one brilliant example why. On the other end of the spectrum, there's "Wield the Spade," an apparent reject from Dieter's Dance Party. In any event, this is the only place you're going to hear lyrics like "Picking her up was like falling down the stairs / With her on top of me I couldn't put on any airs." That alone is worth $9.99, for my money.

Biography

Born: July 16, 1952 in Alexandria, VA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After rising to international stardom with the Police, Stewart Copeland largely rejected his pop music past to pursue a career as a composer, authoring a prolific series of film scores, operas, and ballets. Born July 16, 1952 in Alexandria, VA, Copeland — the son of a CIA agent — spent his formative years in the Middle East but attended college in California before settling in England in 1975 and playing drums with the progressive rock unit Curved Air. Following the group's dissolution,...
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