Bombs Away - The Police - Zenyatta Mondatta (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. (Redirected from Bombs Away (Police song)) Zenyatta Mondatta (stylised as Zenyattà Mondatta on the album cover artwork) is the third studio album by English rock band the Police, released in It was co-produced with Nigel Gray. It features the two hit singles: " Don't Stand So Close to Me " and " De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da ".
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  4. Zenyatta Mondatta [VINYL] LP The Police Format: Vinyl. The frenetic 'Canary in a Coalmine' and the ironically jolly 'Bombs Away' are The Police doing what they do best: writing songs of protest and social criticism and the dark recesses of the human psyche to a catchy beat. the police zenyatta mondatta great album by a great band /5().
  5. Shipping Zenyatta Mondatta is the third studio album for English rock band The Police, containing classic tracks like Don't Stand So Close To Me and De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da. The album won them two Grammy Awards. Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave.
  6. The cover of the third Police album makes an there are some good moments on this album, Zenyatta Mondatta showed the Police at the end of their first run of luck and straining to fir the pop.
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  8. The album proved to be the trio's second straight number one album in the U.K., while peaking at number three in the U.S. Arguably the best Police album, Zenyatta contains perhaps the quintessential new wave anthem, the haunting "Don't Stand So Close to Me," the .
  9. Zenyattà Mondatta closes any such credibility gap with class and a vengeance. On one level, the current album is an engaging aural travelogue of the Anglo-American power trio’s Near and.

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