Available on Vinyl for the First Time with New Masters Cut at the Legendary Abbey Road Studios!
Anyone who ever listened to The Police would know that Sting harbored ambitions beyond the limitations of one particular style. His former band may have come together during the punk and new wave heyday, but their pop nous and incorporation of reggae ensured that they stood out from their contemporaries. And when it came to carving out a solo career, Sting continued to ignore all notion of boundaries.
With unwavering confidence, Sting pushed on into the 21st Century with 2003's Sacred Love. An album that fully incorporated the electronic strains of its predecessor, it also saw him working with a wide array of collaborators, among them R&B star Mary J Blige, flamenco guitarist Vincente Amigo, and sitar player Anoushka Shankar. His last studio album for 10 years, Sacred Love sat comfortably at No. 3 in both the UK and US, proving that, four decades into his career, Sting's ability to create wide-ranging, forward-thinking pop music hadn't dimmed.