1981-1982 Ghost In The Machine Tour

Between 1981-07-29 - 1982-09-06 , The Police took part in the Ghost In The Machine Tour .

  • 1 Introduction
  • 2.1 Touring musicians and bandmembers
  • 2.2 Road crew, technicians and production team
  • 3 Support act(s)
  • 4.1 Summary of tour dates
  • 5 Quotations and trivia
  • 7 Tour passes
  • 8 Tour books / programs
  • 9 External links
  • 10 References

Introduction

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Tour personnel

Touring musicians and bandmembers.

  • Stewart Copeland
  • Andy Summers

The Chops: Darryl Dixon , David Watson , Marvin Daniels

Road crew, technicians and production team

  • Management: Miles Copeland , Kim Turner
  • Bass guitars: Danny Quatrochi
  • Drums: Jeff Seitz
  • Guitars: Tam Fairgrieve
  • Security: Larry Burnett
  • Sound and lights: Tasco
  • Lighting design: Nick Sholem
  • Crew: Tana Douglas, Simon Goss, Bill Neil, Louis Ball
  • Riggers: John Bray, Pete Rayle
  • Sound engineering: Kim Turner
  • Crew: John Godenzi, Johnathan Glinos, Mick McFarlone, Charly Van der Kerhove
  • Super troupers: Pete Burke, Martin Gillfeather
  • Projectionist: Marc Moody
  • Trucking: Roger Searle - M.L. Trucking Ltd.
  • Tour co-ordination: Bob Gold - Wasted Talent
  • Promoter: John Curd - Straight Music (Wembley: Straight Music / Barry Marshall - Marshall Arts)
  • Press: Keith Altham
  • Merchandising: H.T. Murlowski - Dazzlebourne Ltd.
  • Fan club: Dee Outlandos Fan Club

Support act(s)

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Summary of tour dates

Quotations and trivia.

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  • Performances (Andy Summers)
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The Ghost in the Machine Tour was a concert tour by The Police to promote their album Ghost in the Machine . To reflect the horns-based sound that permeated the album, the band decided to work with back-up musicians, hiring a horn section called The Chops (Darryl Dixon, David Watson and Marvin Daniels), who previously worked on the Sugarhill label.

The opening act for the North America II portion was Bow Wow Wow or Oingo Boingo or the Go-Go's and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for the North America III portion (Portland, Maine) opening act was Black Uhuru . The English Beat was the opening act for the North America IV portion of the tour. A Flock of Seagulls opened for The Police in Norfolk, Virginia. Jools Holland and his Millionaires opened for the Police during the UK dates of the tour.

The Toronto appearance on 13 August 1982 was the second annual "Police Picnic" festival, with the band headlining. Opening acts included Oingo Boingo , The Spoons , A Flock of Seagulls , the English Beat , Joan Jett and the Blackhearts , and Talking Heads . During the Police set, Ranking Roger of the English Beat joined them on "One World (Not Three)". [1] [2]

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THE POLICE APRIL 19th, 1982 MEADOWLANDS - NEW JERSEY GHOST IN THE MACHINE TOUR 01. VOICES INSIDE MY HEAD 02. MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE 03. EVERY LITTLE THING SHE DOES IS MAGIC 04. SPIRITS IN THE MATERIAL WORLD 05. HUNGRY FOR YOU 06. WHEN THE WORLD IS RUNNING DOWN 07. THE BED'S TOO BIG WITHOUT YOU 08. DE DO DO DO, DE DA DA DA 09. DEMOLITION MAN 10. SHADOWS IN THE RAIN

11. BRING ON THE NIGHT

12. WALKING ON THE MOON

13. ONE WORLD (NOT THREE)

14. INVISIBLE SUN

15. ROXANNE

16. DON'T STAND SO CLOSE TO ME

17. CAN'T STAND LOSING YOU>SALLY (BE MY GIRL)>CAN'T STAND LOSING YOU (encore)

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Topping the charts in the UK and reaching No.3 in the US, The Police’s ‘Ghost In The Machine‘ included several of the band’s most enduring hit singles.

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The Police ’s multi-platinum-selling third album, Zenyatta Mondatta , stayed on the US Billboard 200 for almost three years and included “Don’t Stand So Close To Me”: not only the band’s third British No.1 hit, but also the UK’s biggest-selling single of 1980. A phenomenal success by anyone’s standards, the record set Sting , Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland on course for its follow-up, Ghost In The Machine , and the global superstardom they’d attain when their fifth LP, Synchronicity , was released in June 1983.

Behind the scenes, however, the creation of Zenyatta Mondatta had been fraught with difficulty as The Police and co-producer Nigel Gray felt pressure from their label, A&M, into completing the record in three weeks. Accordingly, things went right down to the wire, with the sessions finally wrapping at 4 a.m. on the very morning the band departed on their world tour to promote the LP.

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By comparison, The Police had the relative luxury of six months to nail the songs for their fourth LP, Ghost In The Machine , released on October 2, 1981. With Genesis / The Human League producer Hugh Padgham replacing Gray behind the console, the record came together during sessions in Montreal’s Le Studio and at Sir George Martin’s plush AIR Studio complex on the Caribbean island of Montserrat.

Unlike the brittle, guitar-based Zenyatta Mondatta , however, Ghost In The Machine proffered a harder, denser sound with a far greater reliance on keyboards and brass textures, most of which were executed by the band’s primary songwriter, Sting. Songs such as “One World (Not Three)” and the sturdy “Too Much Information” were assembled around infectious horn riffs, while the piledriving “Demolition Man” (later covered by Grace Jones ) and the Andy Summers-penned “Omega Man” ranked among the most aggressive songs in The Police’s canon.

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Crucially, though, Ghost In The Machine also paraded a trio of the band’s most enduring singles. Built upon a looped synthesizer motif, the enigmatic “Invisible Sun” (which featured hard-hitting lyrics relating to the Northern Irish Troubles) was a brave choice to trail the album, but the gamble paid off when it peaked at No.2 in the UK. The nervy, reggae-tinged “Spirits In The Material World” also peaked just outside the Top 10 on both sides of the Atlantic, but the record’s smash hit was the joyous, Caribbean-flavored “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic,” which climbed to No.3 in North America and again topped the UK charts in October 1981.

Promoted by a gargantuan, 120-date world tour with support bands ranging from Joan Jett And The Blackhearts to a nascent U2 , Ghost In The Machine was greeted by a welter of positive reviews and eventually outsold its illustrious predecessor, going triple-platinum in the US alone.

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The first thing you notice is the amazing cover of the three members numerized in red against a black background. Although different to its predecessor, ‘Ghost In The Machine’ remains at the same level ; but produces an extra 3rd hit in the UK and America. Sting’s ‘Invisible Sun’ is the highlight ; but also the single opener ‘Spirits In The Material World’ (with a cracking B side ‘Low Life’ ; not on the LP); the mostly French-sung ‘Hungry For You (J’aurais Toujours Faim De Toi) ; and ‘Too Much Information’. The last two could certainly also’ve been singles. ‘Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic’ is perhaps their weakest number one ; and the American single ‘Secret Journey’ – though impressive -, seems unfinished. Copeland and Summers again contribute tracks ; with Sting and the former’s ‘Rehumanize Yourself’ (including police sirens) the stand-out song. 7.91/10

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The Police were well established as bonafide hitmakers by the time their fourth album, Ghost in the Machine , appeared in October, 1981.

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Prior to its release, they had already accumulated several songs that had become well entrenched within the top 40, both at home in the U.K. and here in the U.S. Indeed, songs such as “Roxanne,” “Message in a Bottle,” and “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” had made them bankable commodities, and their challenge, if anything at that point, was to simply sustain the momentum.

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The tact worked well. Propelled by another string of successful singles — “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic,”  “Invisible Sun” and “Spirits in the Material World” — Ghost in the Machine quickly soared to the top of the charts, debuting at number one in Britain and reaching number two on the Billboard Top 200. That success not only sustained their presence and prominence on MTV, but also ensured their status as top box office draws as a touring act. 

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Their efforts succeeded at least in part due to the fact that for once, the band was allowed to proceed at their own pace. There had been immense pressure to deliver their previous effort, Zenyatta Mondatta , within a confined time limit in order to keep the music coming. But now, with a new album in their sights, they allowed themselves six weeks of rehearsal and recording while encamped at Sir George Martin’s AIR Studios on the Caribbean Island of Montserrat.

Finally able to create some distance between themselves and their record label, it enabled the trio not only to relax, but to experiment with their sound in ways that hadn’t been practical before. Synthesizers, horns and keyboards played a prominent role in the recording process, transforming the group’s reggae flourish to a more progressive stance. With producer Hugh Padgham now at the helm — assuming the same role he had for earlier recordings by Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel — Sting, Summers and Copeland were able to create a new sonic experience while still maintaining their credible commercial appeal. 

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Named for Arthur Koestler’s 1967 treatise  on the relationship between philosophy and psychology — a favorite book of Sting’s during his teenage years — Ghost in the Machine was not without its difficulties. Sting asserted himself in ways he had never done before, often rewriting lyrics originally penned by his bandmates and insisting imbuing tones and textures that muted the original intents. Guitarist Andy Summers was particularly vocal after the record was released, complaining that the additional instrumentation mooted the rawer representation of their music, a sound that had been a key element in their music early on. So too, the choice of the song that was originally designated to be the album’s first single, “Omegaman,” was vetoed by Sting, much to Summer’s further consternation.

VIDEO: The Police “Spirits in the Material World”

In retrospect, Summer’s complaints became a moot point. Opening track “Spirits in the Material World” retains the group’s trademark reggae-influenced rhythms.The jubilant and infectious “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” shares a tropical vibe, and while it does contain a keyboard flourish, the infectious approach remains the same. “Demolition Man”  is solidly assured, a rocker that finds the band decidedly determined and solidly straight forward. ”Invisible Sun” ranked as one of the group’s most adventurous outings to date, showing that the Police weren’t willing to simply to fall back on any patented approach.

VIDEO: The Police “Invisible Sun”

Notably, the video accompanying “Invisible Sun” was banned by the BBC, due to the fact that it referenced the conflict in Northern Ireland.

So too, several tracks — ”Omegaman”, “Secret Journey” and “Darkness,” add a foreboding feel to the album overall. 

There would be further successes to come, especially when it came to their follow-up, Synchronicity and the massive hits it spawned (“Every Breath You Take, “King of Pain,” “Wrapped Around Your Finger” et. al.). However, it would be the band’s last studio set, as it culminated in their break-up in 1986. It was a good run, and Ghost in the Machine can be credited with helping to underscore those efforts. 

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From their early beginnings, The Police were hailed as a maverick live band - a group that galvanized an already impressive studio sound into something otherworldly when performing. Combining controlled energy and evocative melodies, Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers played with the improvisational instincts of a jazz trio and the raw energy of a punk-rock band - a blend that made them one of the definitive rock groups of the'70s and '80s. The group originally broke through at the same time that punk was shaking up the music scene in the late 70's.  Each member came from a different musical background: Summers played with The Animals, Soft Machine and Kevin Ayers, Copeland was a member of Curved Air and had a brief solo career as Klark Kent, while Sting had played in various jazz fusion groups.  The band manifested an understated virtuosity, applying their chops within reggae grooves and intricate arrangements. Between Summers' trenchant and ground breaking guitar work, Copeland's deceptively complex polyrhythms and Sting's loping bass and soaring vocals, The Police were indisputably the most adventurous ambassadors of the genre then known as new wave. Their first album, " Outlandos D'Amour " debuted on A&M Records in 1978 and quickly climbed the charts with such hits as "Roxanne" and "So Lonely." The following year saw the release of their sophomore record " Reggatta de Blanc " which also topped the charts and brought us such hits as "Message in a Bottle" and "Walking on the Moon" as well as honoring the band with their first Grammy for the record's title track.  " Zenyatta Mondatta " soon followed in 1980, resulting in two more Grammy awards for the group as well as Top Ten hits "Don't Stand So Close To Me" and "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da."   In 1981, The Police put out " Ghost in the Machine " which went double platinum with hit singles "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic" and "Spirits in the Material World." After a year-long sabbatical, the members reunited to record " Synchronicity " , an album that would prove to be their studio swansong and earn them three Grammy Awards in the process. The most successful Police album yet, it produced "Every Breath You Take", one of the most-remembered rock ballads of the '80s and the recipient of the 2005 BMI Award for Eight Million Radio Plays. They were ranked the #1 most played band on U.S. radio in the '80s while achieving comparable success in the UK with 5 number one albums and singles to their credit. In 1982, The Police received the Brit Award for Best Group and in 1985 were honored with the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. After the band parted ways in 1984, their individual careers continued to flourish. Sting released " Dream of the Blue Turtles " in 1985, which featured a cast of accomplished jazz musicians, including Kenny Kirkland, Darryl Jones, Omar Hakim, and Branford Marsalis. Sting's solo success continued with the release of " Bring On The Night ", "Nothing Like The Sun ", " The Soul Cages ", " Ten Summoner's Tales ", " Mercury Falling ", " Brand New Day ", " All This Time ", " Sacred Love ", and his latest endeavor, " Songs from the Labyrinth ", a personal tribute to 16th century composer John Dowland, which debuted at #1 on Billboards' Classical chart, where it remained for 15 consecutive weeks. In 1979, Sting made his cinematic debut in the film adaptation of " Quadrophenia " and has appeared in 14 films since, including the cult classic " Dune ". Most recently, he also executive produced the critically acclaimed, "A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints". He also enjoyed a stint on the Broadway stage when he starred in the 1989 production of "Threepenny Opera". In 2003, Sting published a memoir entitled Broken Music , which spent 13 weeks on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Simply put, Sting has evolved into one of the world's most distinctive and highly respected performers, collecting as a solo artist an additional 11 Grammys in addition to 2 Brits, a Golden Globe, an Emmy, three Oscar nominations, Billboard Magazine's Century Award, and MusiCares 2004 Person of the Year. Stewart Copeland has been responsible for some of the film world's most innovative and groundbreaking scores, working with a broad array of directors on nearly 40 films and television works since 1984, including Oliver Stone's "Wall Street", Francis Ford Coppola's "Rumblefish", receiving a Golden Globe nomination for Best Score, as well as scoring Academy Award nominee for Best Foreign Film 'Four Days in September' and Emmy nominated TV shows such as 'Dead Like Me'. Solo albums include the cult soundtrack to 'The Rhythmatist' his aural odyssey across the African continent. Copeland continues to stretch himself compositionally, writing work that includes Operas, Ballets and Orchestral Concert works, among them: 'Holy Blood and the Crescent Moon' for Cleveland Opera, 'A Casque of Amontillado', and 'King Lear'  for the San Francisco Ballet. Most recently utilizing a brass section, a four-piece percussion quartet and a chamber orchestra to bring the album "Orchestralli" to life, he earned a 2006 Grammy nomination. Performing live, Copeland has toured successfully with a number of world music and rock ensembles including that featuring the uniquely esoteric and fiercely melodic music from 'La Notte della Taranta'--ancient trance music originating from the Grecia-Salentina region of Southern Italy. Copeland enjoyed a sensational return to the rock stage when he re-joined Trey Anastasio of Phish and Les Claypool of Primus to perform as Oysterhead at last year's Bonnaroo Festival. Cited as a 'mighty' performance by Billboard, the trio recorded a sparkling album on Elektra Records in 2000 and toured in 2000 and 2001. In January 2006 "Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out" debuted at the Sundance Film Festival.  This feature length film documents the formation, subsequent worldwide success and the demise of The Police. Directed, produced, narrated and filmed in Super 8mm by Stewart from his unique perspective behind the drums, it has been warmly received. Now out on DVD around the world and screened at numerous Film Festivals worldwide, it will open in theatres in Japan on March 31st. Amidst all of this actiivity Copeland has also begun a career as an on-screen personality and judge on the highly-rated BBC1 'Just The Two Of Us' series. Copeland is the recipient of the 2003 Hollywood Film Festival's Outstanding Music in Film Visionary Award and will be receiving the Cinequest Maverick Spirit Award on March 3rd. Since the Police split in 1984, Summers has recorded 12 solo albums, collaborating with such artists as Robert Fripp, John Etheridge, Victor Biglone, Roberto Menescal and Benjamin Verdery and has maintained a consistent touring schedule appearing as a headliner at various jazz festivals around the world. In March 2005, Summers made his Carnegie Hall debut with the orchestral concerto Dark Florescence, a piece specially commissioned by Yale University for Andy. He has also arranged the scores for several films, including " Down and Out in Beverly Hills " and " Weekend at Bernie's ". Celebrated by Guitar Player magazine, Summers was voted the number one guitar player five times in the 80's and was subsequently inducted into their permanent Hall of Fame. Both Gibson and Martin have created a signature guitar in Andy's name, he received the Gibson Guitar lifetime achievement award in 2003 and most recently, Fender released a Tribute model of his iconic Telecaster. In October of 2006, he released his autobiography, " One Train Later: A Memoir ", also voted ‘best music book of 2006' by MOJO magazine. A revealing work chronicling his years before and during The Police, the book provides an intimate look at the band during the height of their meteoric success. Since the 1983 release of his first book of photography, "Throb", Summers has also enjoyed considerable critical acclaim for his work behind a camera, including a highly-regarded showing of "City Like This" at the Beaux Arts gallery in London and "Light Strings", a photographic collaboration with the pre-eminent New York photographer, Ralph Gibson. In March of 2007, Taschen Books will publish "I'll Be Watching You", an extensive photographic journal of his years with The Police. In March of 2003, The Police briefly returned to the stage for the band's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The three-song set included the classics "Roxanne", "Every Breath You Take", and "Message in a Bottle" and the renewed hope in music fans worldwide for a future reunion of one of the most innovative and influential bands in rock & roll. Although they existed for just over six years, the band's contribution to the lexicon of rock was immense. They were the first band to fully integrate the no-nonsense approach of punk rock and the spirit-moving positive energy of reggae.  Having sold an excess of 50 million albums worldwide, The Police had phenomenal chart success and won a multitude of accolades both public and critical, but they never allowed such peripherals to overshadow their commitment to the music itself. The band's history bears that out from the beginning to end, providing a clear, concise picture of a musical group that took us on a short but unforgettable trip through the inner reaches of its soul - and let us have a great time in the process.

Elvis C, The Police and the Gorge!!

Fantastic from the beginning. The Gorge at George, Washington has been rated the top natural Amphitheater in North America and it did not disappoint, other than the high cost of the drinks. Elvis Costello was awesome, The Police were, The Police!! One of the best concerts I have attended.

Rubbish... very disappointing...

The support band were better than The Police... paid a boat load for the tickets and was very disappointing with their lacklustre performance... Would definitely not recommend and wouldn't waste my money again... Shame really... we thought this was going to be a superb gig!

A great concert!

This was an amazing concert. Definitely one of the best I have been to. The Police rule!

Greatest Concert I Have Ever Witnessed

I caught Van Halen in 1984 & thought I'd never see a greater concert. I thought David/Eddie/Alex/Michael would never be toppled. Then I caught the Police's tour in 2008, & watched from very far back, on the "lawn" at the USANA Stadium just outside Salt Lake City. The band was amazing; these 3 old boys absolutley poured their hearts & souls into their music. Had I created a playlist for them, they would have nailed almost every single song on it. Absolutely awesome, & I would pay $500 to catch them again. A once-in-a-lifetime concert. Incredible.

Great show, worth the wait!

I saw the Police in 2007 in Detroit, towards the beginning of their tour. I thought the show was top notch from beginning to end. They did a great job of reconstructing and extending songs to give them a better live sound and feel. The set list was great. The live CD/DVD is an excellent package, well produced, and a perfect way to relive the show as I remembered it. To me, the reunion tour was a dream come true for any Police fan. Regarding the last reviewer: I remember the live TV benefit show (last show of the tour) in NYC, and thinking that Sting was losing his voice, not hitting high notes, and that they sounded worn out. That performance did not do them justice, as I feel I saw them at the peak of their world tour when they were outstanding, much better than the NYC show.

tired at the end or the final tour.

Public TV benefit, Final Police concert ever. Police were awful. Easily the worst concert I've ever seen. Could not tell what song they were playing. Would be suprised if it was ever broadcast. Hilights were the starting 'Message in a Bottle' with the NYC police drum corps. Purple Haze (or some other Hendrix song in the second set )was their best effort at power trio sound. And what was Sting thinking, getting his beard shaved during the break by two women and showing it on the video monitors. Warm up B52's were great.

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Coming from the Police on November 4th is a new limited-edition, 40th anniversary picture disc of their fourth album, 1982's Ghost In The Machine . The new set features an alternate take on the classic album's original tracklist and sequencing.

The new vinyl version features three additional tracks not included on the original album — "I Burn For You" featuring the single mix of the track from the Brimstone And Treacle soundtrack and the B-sides "Once Upon A Daydream" and "Shambelle."

According to the press release :

To add to the unique nature of this release, and reflecting the personality of the band, four songs — "Spirits In The Material World," "Rehumanize Yourself," "One World (Not Three)," and "Hungry For You" feature Stewart Copeland counting in the tracks — distinctive audio from the recording studio that was not included on the 1981 release.

Guitarist Andy Summers felt that the band's musicality, coupled with a sixth sense when creating new sounds, was the secret weapon of the Police: ["Being in that setting, y'know, I come from a lot of different places harmonically — as had Sting. We were, y'know, we were a bit more than, like, three-chord folk musicians. Y'know, we we're pretty sophisticated with what we knew. But, again, we were in a rock context and so, y'know, whatever we were doing, we were going to make it rock."] SOUNDCUE (:18 OC: . . . make it rock)

The trackisting to the 2022 40th anniversary Ghost In The Machine reissue is :

"Invisible Sun" "Demolition Man" "Secret Journey" "Darkness" "Spirits In The Material World" "Too Much Information" "Omegaman"

"One World (Not Three)" "RehumanizeYourself" "I Burn For You" "Hungry For You (j’aurais toujours faim de toi)" "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" "Once Upon A Daydream" "Shambelle"

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Ghost in the Machine Tour

The Ghost in the Machine Tour was a concert tour by The Police to promote their album Ghost in the Machine . To reflect the horns-based sound that permeated the album, the band decided to work with back-up musicians, hiring a horn section called The Chops (Darryl Dixon, David Watson and Marvin Daniels), who previously worked on the Sugarhill label.

The opening act for the North America II portion was Bow Wow Wow or Oingo Boingo or the Go-Go's and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for the North America III portion (Portland, Maine) opening act was Black Uhuru . The English Beat was the opening act for the North America IV portion of the tour. A Flock of Seagulls opened for The Police in Norfolk, Virginia. Jools Holland and his Millionaires opened for the Police during the UK dates of the tour.

The Toronto appearance on 13 August 1982 was the second annual "Police Picnic" festival, with the band headlining. Opening acts included Oingo Boingo , The Spoons , A Flock of Seagulls , the English Beat , Joan Jett and the Blackhearts , and Talking Heads . During the Police set, Ranking Roger of the English Beat joined them on "One World (Not Three)". [1] [2]

This setlist was obtained from the 20 March 1982 concert; held at The Summit in Houston, Texas. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  • "Voices Inside My Head"
  • " Message in a Bottle "
  • " Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic "
  • " Spirits in the Material World "
  • "Hungry for You (J'aurais toujours faim de toi)"
  • " When the World Is Running Down, You Make the Best of What's Still Around "
  • " The Bed's Too Big Without You "
  • " De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da "
  • " Demolition Man "
  • "Shadows in the Rain"
  • " Walking on the Moon "
  • " Invisible Sun "
  • " Bring on the Night "
  • "One World (Not Three)"
  • " Roxanne "
  • " Don't Stand So Close to Me "
  • " Can't Stand Losing You " / "Reggatta De Blanc" / "Be My Girl—Sally"
  • " So Lonely "
  • Sting – bass, doublebass, synthesizer, lead vocals
  • Andy Summers – guitar, synthesizer, backing vocals
  • Stewart Copeland – drums, percussion, backing vocals
  • Darryl Dixon – baritone sax
  • David Watson – alto sax
  • Marvin Daniels – trumpet
  • Bono – vocals on "Invisible Sun" (British leg of the tour)

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  • Uniondale (19 January), Springfield (20 January), New Haven (23 January): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   5. 6 February 1982. p.   28. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Greensboro (26 January), Detroit (30 January): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   6. 13 February 1982. p.   34. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Inglewood (8–10 February), Daly City (12–13 February): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   8. 27 February 1982. p.   36. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Pembroke Pines (12 March), Jacksonville (13 March): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   12. 27 March 1982. p.   56. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Birmingham (16 March), Memphis (17 March): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   13. 3 April 1982. p.   33. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Austin (22 March), Dallas (23 March), Kansas City (25 March): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   14. 10 April 1982. p.   48. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Rosemont (28 March), Indianapolis (29 March), St. Louis (1 April), Lexington (4 April): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   15. 17 April 1982. p.   34. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Ann Arbor (7 April), Pittsburgh (9 April), Hartford (10 April), Boston (12 April), Providence (13 April): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   16. 24 April 1982. p.   42. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Portland (15 April), Syracuse (16 April), East Rutherford (18–19 April): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   17. 1 May 1982. p.   29. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Uniondale (22 April): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   18. 8 May 1982. p.   48. ISSN   0006-2510 .
  • Norfolk (9 August): "Billboard Boxscore" (PDF) . Billboard . Vol.   94, no.   34. 28 August 1982. p.   27. ISSN   0006-2510 .
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The Police Announce Ghost in the Machine Vinyl Reissue

Featuring an alternate tracklist and three additional songs

The Police Announce Ghost in the Machine Vinyl Reissue

The Police are revisiting their 1981 album  Ghost in the Machine  by reissuing the LP on a limited edition vinyl picture disc. The project arrives on November 4th.

The Ghost in the Machine reissue features The Police’s originally intended tracklisting for the album, as well as three additional tracks: “I Burn for You,” which first appeared on the soundtrack to Brimstone and Treacle,  “Once Upon a Daydream,” and “Shambelle.” Four more songs, “Spirits in the Material World,” “Rehumanize Yourself,” “One World (Not Three),” and “Hungry for You,” now include the original audio of drummer Stewart Copeland counting in the tracks.

As for the “picture disc” aspect of the reissue, Side A and B of the newly printed Ghost in the Machine  are etched with the artwork from the package’s outer and inner sleeves. Check out those images and the reissue’s tracklist below. Pre-orders for the project are ongoing.

Based on Sting ’s previous comments about grown men not being able to evolve in bands, this Ghost in the Machine  reissue is probably all we’re going to get from The Police in terms of new music. The singer — who recently sold his entire songwriting catalog to Universal Music Group — last released the solo album The Bridge in 2021. Meanwhile, Stewart Copeland recently ran through some Police classics at Foo Fighters’   Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert , an event he admitted was highly emotional.

Ghost in the Shell  Reissue Artwork:

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Ghost in the Shell Reissue Tracklist: Side A 01. Invisible Sun 02. Demolition Man 03. Secret Journey 04. Darkness 05. Spirits in the Material World 06. Too Much Information 07. Omegaman

Side B 08. One World (Not Three) 09. Rehumanize Yourself 10. I Burn for You 11. Hungry for You (j’aurais toujours faim de toi) 12. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic 13. Once Upon a Daydream 14. Shambelle

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