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Forget About The Future - Sting - Sacred Love (CD, Album)

Download Forget About The Future - Sting - Sacred Love (CD, Album)
Label: A&M Records - UICA-1015 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced Bonus Tracks • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Acoustic


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  1. Gull   Zulkijind
    Product description. Sting ~ Sacred Love Sting explores his shiny, happy side on Sacred Love, adding playful touches of techno to his smooth, vaguely multi-cultural pop 's Brand New Day, Love sounds effortless and content, with expert musicians backing up Sting's gauzy revelations about love and life. The former Police frontman shakes things up here and there; DJ /5().
  2. Tenris   Mukazahn
    Sacred Love is a great example of Sting's abundant talent. It's one of those things where I feel like I'm digging for treasure on the beach every time I listen to it, and every time, I get another little nugget, another little something to like even more/5().
  3. Vizuru   Daigor
    'Sacred Love' is the ninth album from Sting and his first in four years since the successful album 'Brand New Day'. The album is a mix of world music inspired adult pop rock and features a guest appearance from soul diva Mary J. Bligeon the track 'Whenever I Say Your Name'. The single 'Send My Love' is also included/5().
  4. Gakinos   Molkree
    Oct 18,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sting - Sacred Love at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Sting collection/5().
  5. Zolokree   Doukora
    I enjoyed the regular CD version of Sacred Love (SL) so much that I ordered the DVD-A version as soon as it came out. I already had the DVD-A version of Brand New Day, which sounded awesome, so I was excited to get SL. I hate to say it, but I am disappointed in the DVD-A version of this album/5().
  6. Akisar   Bagrel
    Sting picks up on this, adding three guest vocalists to the ten-track Sacred Love album (the 11th track is a remix of the lead single, "Send Your Love" -- which happens to be better, since it eliminates the rather annoying Indian-styled hook) -- Vicente Amigo and Anoushka Shankar are paired with Mary J. Blige, who in this context is presented.
  7. Digore   Zuluzahn
    Inside the songs of 'Sacred Love' is the latest DVD to be released by Sting and as you might expect, is interesting for all kinds of reasons. It might be argued that being released shortly after the global release of the 'Sacred Love' album that it could be expected to follow the path of a previous Sting video/videoCD release that captured the recording of 's 'Ten Summoner's Tales' album.
  8. Tautilar   Kazicage
    Sep 30,  · Sting writes great loves songs with a twist, and you get those with 'Forget About the Future' and the title song. The best and worst thing about any Sting work, 'Sacred Love' included, is that you have to listen to it about five times to catch the sly nuances he puts in all the songs, including the remix of 'Send Your Love' included as the 11th track on this disc.
  9. Faehn   Grozilkree
    Sacred Love is the seventh studio album by Sting. The album was released on 29 September The album featured smoother, R&B-style beats and experiments collaborating with hip-hop artist Mary J. Blige and sitar player Anoushka Shankar. Some songs like "Inside" and "Dead Man's Rope" were well received; and Sting had experimented with new sounds, in particular the more rock-influenced "This .

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