Sting “Sacred Love”

Album Reviews | Mar 1st, 2005

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Record Label: A&M Records
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I can’t believe sting used to be in a punk band or sort of a punk band haha. His newest album is all right. The first track “Inside” gets great towards the end with the violins and other classical instruments start going off. The track “Whenever I Say Your Name” features R&B singer Mary J. Blige and it’s kind of catchy. There’s only 11 tracks to this CD but they are all fairly long. Each song is slightly different with style and instruments used or so it seems. I can’t really find a track on here that stands out from the rest like his previous stuff. Some tracks are good, some go on forever.

Bottom Line: If you like Sting’s solo stuff, I’m pretty sure you already have this.
Notable Tracks: “Inside” “Dead Man’s Rope”
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