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  1. Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by the Police, released in the United Kingdom on 17 June The band's most successful release, the album includes the hit singles " Every Breath You Take ", " King of Pain ", " Wrapped Around Your Finger ", and " Synchronicity II ".Genre: New wave.
  2. May 15,  · Several renowned rock guitar players from around the world gathered (virtually) to record a cover of THE POLICE's classic "Synchronicity II" in a "quarantine" version. The video will help as a.
  3. This push the envelope rock song Synchronicity II by the Police is a one of a kind classic rock song that penetrated through the core of my soul when I first heard it on local radio for reasons I wish I could fully explain. I admit that I still have yet to make out the full meaning of Synchronicity II/5(22).
  4. Synchronicity II brings us back on par - it's a stonking good track that pumps its slick guitar lick down your throat and makes you want to dance and sing. The other three singles from the album follow and these 4 tracks are the highlight before the album closes off with the pleasant but not wonderful Tea in the Sahara and Murder by Numbers/5().
  5. Promo video for "Synchronicity II", a song by the Police, and the third single from their album Synchronicity/10(12).
  6. Play "Synchronicity II" by The Police on any electric guitar. Bass included. This song includes a new Authentic Tone. NOTE: Rocksmith® game disc is required for play.5/5().
  7. Synchronicity II Lyrics. The Police – Synchronicity II. 54 Comments; 0 Tags; Another suburban family morning Grandmother screaming at the wall We have to shout above the din of our rice crispies We can't hear anything at all Mother chants her litany of boredom and frustration But we know all her suicides are fake Daddy only stares into the 4/5(7).
  8. “Synchronicity II”, the third single from ’s Synchronicity, presents a scenario that illustrates the philosophy developed by Carl Jung in where he defines synchronicity as “a meaningful.
  9. That mood carries over to the Side One closer and quasi-title track, “Synchronicity II,” written by Sting. A driving rocker with horror movie sound effects, the song slyly connects the angst-ridden Author: Jim Beviglia.

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