Synchronicity / Artist
The Police
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Synchronicity II / Lyricists
When did synchronicity come out?
June 1, 1983
Synchronicity / Release date
"Synchronicity I" is a song by the Police, and the opening track from their album Synchronicity. Written by Sting, the track was also released as a ...

B-side: "Someone to Talk To"
Producer(s): The Police; Hugh Padgham
Released: 1983
Synchronicity is the fifth and final studio album by English rock band the Police, released on 17 June 1983 by A&M Records. The band's most successful ...
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Jun 1, 2013 · A distant musical cousin to the more aggressive and frequently frantic sounds of previous Police singles, the tune was widely misunderstood as a ...
Psychologist Carl Jung created the term as a way to explain paranormal events. The synchronicity in this song is the connection between the picket lines ...
As with their prior album, the basic tracks for Synchronicity were recorded at AIR Studios, Montserrat beginning in December 1982. The three band ...
"Synchronicity II" is a song by The Police, and the third single from their album ... The song was described by People Weekly as "aggressive" and "steely.
"Synchronicity I" is a song written by Sting and recorded by The Police in 1982 / 1983. Contents. [hide]. 1 About the song; 2 Personnel ...