Every Breath You Take: The Singles is the debut compilation album by The Police, released in 1986. In 1990, the album was repackaged in New Zealand, Australia and Spain as Their Greatest Hits with a different cover. A video collection entitled Every Breath You Take: The Videos was released alongside the album. It was released on VHS and Betamax cassette, as well as on Laserdisc in the UK, Europe and in Japan
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The Police reunited in 1986 to record updated versions of some of their old songs. The reunion brought out old hostilities, and this was the only song they completed. The new version was released as a single titled "Don't Stand So Close To Me '86," and included on their greatest hits album Every Breath You Take - The Singles. In 1985, Sting worked with Dire Straits on "Money For Nothing," which has a chorus that sounds very similar to this (compare the lines "Don't stand so close to me" with "I want my MTV").
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A. Don't Stand So Close To Me '86. Producer – Laurie Latham, The Police. B. Don't Stand So Close To Me (Live). Mixed By – Kim Turner. Track A: Taken from the forthcoming compilation album "Every Breath You Take (The Singles)" on LP, cassette & compact disc. Track durations are self timed (not printed on release). Matrix, Runout (Runout side B): 390133-7-B 9-10-86 AIM POLICE. Rights Society: SPA. Other Versions (5 of 49) View All.
Video The Police - Don't Stand So Close To Me '86. Traducción . Temptation, frustration. So bad it makes him cry. Wet bus stop, she's waiting. His car is warm and dry. Loose talk in the classroom. To hurt they try and try. Strong words in the staffroom.
Redirected from Don't Stand So Close to Me '86). Don't Stand So Close to Me" is a hit song by the British rock band the Police, released in September 1980 as the lead single from their third album Zenyatta Mondatta. It concerns a schoolgirl's crush on her teacher which leads to an affair, which in turn is discovered.
In an interview from The Police: L'Historia Bandido, Phil Sutcliffe and Hugh Fielder’s 1981 biography of The Police, Sting said: I wanted to write a song about sexuality in the classroom. I’d done teaching practice at secondary schools and been through the business of having 15-year-old girls fancying me – and me really fancying them! How I kept my hands off them I don’t kno. hen there was my love for Lolita which I think is a brilliant novel