The Police ‎– Synchronicity

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A&M Records ‎– SP-3735
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Vinyl, LP, Album, BRY Front Cover
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A1 Synchronicity I
Written-By – Sting
3:23
A2 Walking In Your Footsteps
Written-By – Sting
3:35
A3 O My God
Written-By – Sting
4:00
A4 Mother
Written-By – Andy Summers
3:03
A5 Miss Gradenko
Written-By – Stewart Copeland
2:00
A6 Synchronicity II
Written-By – Sting
5:04
B1 Every Breath You Take
Written-By – Sting
4:13
B2 King Of Pain
Written-By – Sting
4:59
B3 Wrapped Around Your Finger
Written-By – Sting
5:12
B4 Tea In The Sahara
Written-By – Sting
4:11

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Blue/Red/Yellow(BRY) front cover.

BRY variants of US LP: (Member appearance from top) + (selected top image - position)
Andy/Sting/Stewart (tub - right)
Andy/Sting/Stewart (tub - mid)
Stewart/Andy/Sting (clock - left)
Stewart/Andy/Sting (goat - mid)
Sting/Andy/Stewart (skeleton - right)
Sting/Stewart/Andy (textsheet - left)
Sting/Stewart/Andy (skeleton - left)
Mixed member pics (skull - mid)
Mixed member pics (nude girl - left) - this entry

Recorded at Air Studios, Montserrat and at Les Studio, Quebec.

Other Versions (5 of 273) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMLX 63735 The Police Synchronicity(LP, Album) A&M Records AMLX 63735 UK 1983 Sell This Version
75021 3735 2 The Police Synchronicity(CD, Album, RM) A&M Records 75021 3735 2 US 1995 Sell This Version
SP-3735 The Police Synchronicity(LP, Album, RYB) A&M Records SP-3735 US 1983 Sell This Version
C28Y3031 The Police Synchronicity(LP, Album, RE) A&M Records C28Y3031 Japan 1986 Sell This Version
20362 The Police Synchronicity(LP, Album) A&M Records 20362 Bolivia 1983 Sell This Version

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thismanisaboy

thismanisaboy

July 4, 2018
Only the discog members who own US copies seem to be putting in colour variations. No offense, but that skews stats: it's more important to know how many copies are input of a particular pressing, not necessarily a random printing. And are we going from bottom to top, in listing colours, or (as I assume) top to bottom? But wait! The arrangement on cover is 90 degrees rotated from the spine, and how it sits on the shelf. Anyway, I think there's too many choices in the US pressings of this title, and it messes with total numbers on discogs.