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Editors’ Notes

You can’t go wrong with a best-of collection from one of the most inventive and successful bands of the late '70s and early '80s. Apart from a new mix of "Message in a Bottle" (don't worry, the original's here too), there are no bells and whistles; you simply get the biggest hits of The Police, and you can't really complain about that. It's all here, from their forward-looking fusions of rock and reggae ("Roxanne," "Can't Stand Losing You") to more straightforward rockers (the aforementioned "Message in a Bottle"), pure pop tunes ("Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic"), and the more expansive musical palette of latter-day tracks like "Wrapped Around Your Finger" and "King of Pain."

Customer Reviews

Every song is a hit!

I loved all of these songs since i was 3 yrs old. They're musically beautiful.

Touches my heart

This Album brings back beautiful music memories
never will forget these songs!!!

:) <3 =]


I love all these songs!! Brings back memories.


Formed: 1977 in London, England

Genre: Rock

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

Nominally, the Police were punk rock, but that's only in the loosest sense of the term. The trio's nervous, reggae-injected pop/rock was punky, but it wasn't necessarily punk. All three members were considerably more technically proficient than the average punk or new wave band. Andy Summers had a precise guitar attack that created dense, interlocking waves of sounds and effects. Stewart Copeland could play polyrhythms effortlessly. And Sting, with his high, keening voice, was capable of constructing...
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