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Syncronicity II Acoustic Cover

Syncronicity II Acoustic Cover

Another suburban family morning… grandmother screaming at the wall. Musician Kent Nishimura performs a wonderful acoustic guitar cover of the 1983 Police track Syncronicity II. Even without the lyrical genius of the original track, Nishimura’s interpretation is powerful and emotive.

Roxanne But It’s Just Rocks

Roxanne But It’s Just Rocks

Percussionist Sethdrums likes to add his own rhythmic flair to humorous edits of songs. Here, he takes on The Police’s track Roxanne, but all of the vocals have been deleted except when Sting sings “Rox.” Of course that begged the question, “Where’s Anne?”

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Puddles x Black Sabbath x The Police

Puddles x Black Sabbath x The Police

Puddles Pity Party takes on haters and trolls by doing what he does best – singing away the pain. His mashup of Black Sabbath’s Paranoid and The Police track Driven to Tears is the perfect combination of madness and sorrow for the Sad Clown with the Golden Voice.

40 Fingers: Message in a Bottle

40 Fingers: Message in a Bottle

The talented guitar quartet 40 Fingers present a warm and enveloping acoustic arrangement of The Police classic Message in a Bottle. They performed the track on a beach for the best chance of finding someone’s S.O.S. message on the shore.

Every Breath You Tonk

Every Breath You Tonk

There I Ruined It continues to demolish classic tracks by making them much, much worse. This time, the masochistic musician took the perfectly fine Police track Every Breath You Take, and converted into a old-timey honky tonk song. Terrible.

Walking on the Moon on Harpejji

Walking on the Moon on Harpejji

Musicians Mathieu Terrade and Tom Drevet perform a great cover version of The Police track “Walking on the Moon,” highlighted by the use of the Harpejji K24, a unique 24-string, 12-fret instrument with an impressive 5-octave range.

Every Breath You Take: Funk Cover

Every Breath You Take: Funk Cover

Funkmasters Scary Pockets take The Police track Every Breath You Take and give it a fresh coat of paint with this wonderful rendition of the 1983 hit, led off by the soulful vocals of Sarah Dugas, and paying tribute to the syncopated reggae beats of the original.

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Message in a Bottle: Japanese Style

Message in a Bottle: Japanese Style

NHK Blends presents another wonderful cross-cultural arrangement of a modern track played on classic Japanese instruments. This time, we’ve got the 1979 Police classic Message in a Bottle performed on gottan, shinobue, and jŇęshichi-gen koto.

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