Originally released back in 1981 - "Ghost in the Machine" would be the 4th studio album by the English rock band known as The Police.
This album went multi-platinum in both Canada and the U.S. All of the 11 tracks (except for 2) were exclusively written by Sting.
(*Be sure to watch the vintage "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" music-video)
my favorite album by the Police very heavy rocking album besides the hits Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic and Spirits In The Material World there are great songs like Secret Journey Omegaman Too Much Information One World and Invisible Sun.one of the greatest rock bands of all time my favorite group period for a long time .get this album if you don't know many Police songs or are not a fan you will become one after this album!
I listened to The Police a lot in high school and college, but stopped not much because I got stick of them as I got sick of how pompous Sting got (Look at me, I love the rain forest and play the lute!). Their early albums have their pop hits, "Syncronicity" is their best album, but their fourth may be their most adventurous, with a slight sci-fi vibe. The reggae influence is overpronounced on "One World," and the preachiness that would undermine Sting is creeping in, but it holds up well. The title is taken from the philosopher Gilbert Ryle.
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