Stewart Copeland of The Police Announces New Greatest Hits Project

 Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stewart Copeland of The Police will release a greatest hits compilation with a twist this month.

Police Beyond Borders will feature the band’s iconic songs interpreted by international musicians from around the world. Copeland teamed up with Ricky Kej, a collaborator on the Grammy-winning album Devine Tides, for the project.

“The flavors of all these amazing languages on Police Beyond Borders light up these tunes that are so familiar,” Copeland said in a statement. “The Police were always a global band, and Sting wrote songs about the bigger picture of humanity.” He adds, “Music brings us together, and my humble hope is that this record can contribute to that special human bonding experience that we need now more than ever.”

Police Beyond Borders will be released digitally August 18.

Here is the track list for Police Beyond Borders:

“King of Pain” (feat. Berklee Indian Ensemble)
“Roxanne” (feat. Mzansi Youth Choir)
“Message in a Bottle” (feat. Salim-Sulaiman, Masa Takumi)
“Tea in the Sahara” (Cui Jian)
“Don’t Stand So Close To Me” (Soweto Gospel Choir, Ron Korb)
“Every Little Thing She Does is Magic” (feat. Berklee Indian Ensemble)
“Can’t Stand Losing You” (Mzansi Youth Choir, Max ZT)
“Murder By Numbers” (Alison Balsom, Shankar Mahadevan, Max ZT)
“Demolition Man” (featuring Serj Tankian)
“Every Breath You Take” (Soweto Gospel Choir)

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