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The Police - Ghost In The Machine (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ The Police - Ghost In The Machine (CD, Album)

  1. Sazshura says:
    This album greatly expands the sound of the earlier Police recordings with the addition of Keyboards and Horns. It is also the beginning of the rising tensions within the band as Sting basically starts pushing the other members contributions to the back, which understandably causes some resentment and probably led to the breakup of the band/5().
  2. Fenrilrajas says:
    The Police - Ghost In The Machine Artist: The Police | Album: Ghost In The Machine | Style: New Wave, Reggae-Fusion, Jazz-Fusion | Year: original | .
  3. Vudosida says:
    'Ghost in the Machine' is partially a concept album based on a book of the same name by Arthur Koestler. The book, which had a profound effect on Sting, is a critical attack on Behaviorist psychology, which Koestler maintains is not the panacea it claims to be but an insidious reduction of human beings to machine status.
  4. Zolozil says:
    Ghost In The Machine is the Police at the top of what they did best. It is a nice blend of what their older material was like, and gives a peek into what would be the future. They expanded their sound on this album but kept in touch with what they where known for which was reggae style rock.
  5. Daill says:
    After a trio of albums produced by Nigel Gray, Ghost In The Machine, the fourth Police album, and the first produced by Hugh Padham, sees them getting more into studio trickery, overdubs and that sort of more produced sound/5().
  6. Jugul says:
    Overview For their fourth album, 's Ghost in the Machine, the Police had streamlined their sound to focus more on their pop side and less on their trademark reggae-rock. Their jazz influence had become more prominent, as evidenced by the appearance of saxophones on several eledarednilolifzatarewinmehl.co: Interscope Records.
  7. Tuhn says:
    Mar 07,  · Choose your favorite song from the Police album Ghost in the Machine. Spirits in the Material World 23 vote(s) % Every Little Thing She Does is Magic 37 vote(s) % Invisible Sun 31 vote(s) % Hungry For You 5 vote(s) % Demolition Man 7 vote(s).
  8. Kazragar says:
    Ghost in the Machine, an Album by The Police. Released 2 October on A&M (catalog no. AMLK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Sting (lead vocals), Andy Summers (guitar, backing vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), The Police (producer), Hugh Padgham (producer), Ted Jensen (mastering), Jeff Ayeroff (art direction), Mick Haggerty (art direction, art, design).
  9. Mugal says:
    For their fourth album, 's Ghost in the Machine, the Police had streamlined their sound to focus more on their pop side and less on their trademark reggae-rock. Their jazz influence had become more prominent, as evidenced by the appearance of saxophones on several tracks.

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