Category: Classical

Rehumanize Yourself - The Police - Ghost In The Machine (CD, Album)


  1. Ghost in the Machine, an Album by The Police. Released 2 October on A&M (catalog no. AMLK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock. Featured peformers: Sting (lead vocals), Andy Summers (guitar, backing vocals), Stewart Copeland (drums), The Police (producer), Hugh Padgham (producer), Ted Jensen (mastering), Jeff Ayeroff (art direction), Mick Haggerty (art direction, art, design).
  2. Feb 13,  · the police - one world (ghost in the machine).wmv - Duration: 50+ videos Play all Mix - the police rehumanize yourself (ghost in the machine) YouTube; Exodus - Duration:
  3. Dec 30,  · From the "Ghost In The Machine" album, No copyright infringement intended. the police rehumanize yourself (ghost in the machine) - .
  4. Sep 04,  · You've got to humanize yourself A policeman put on his uniform He'd like to have a gun just to keep him warm Because violence here is a social norm You've got to humanize yourself Re-humanize yourself Re-humanize yourself Re-humanize yourself Re-humanize yourself I work all day at the factory I'm building a machine that's not for me There must be a reason that I can't see .
  5. The Police’s platform, a spinoff from Marshall McLuhan, Alvin Toffler, et al., is hardly news (sure, Ghost in the Machine is a smart, track-it-down title, but author Arthur Koestler hasn’t.
  6. Das Lied „Rehumanize Yourself“ ist schließlich eine Ko-Produktion aller drei Musiker. Auch auf „Ghost In The Machine“ gestaltet es sich derart, dass sich auf dem Album einige bekannte und überzeugende Titel befinden und ebenfalls solche, die zum einen langweilig /5().
  7. The Police "Rehumanize Yourself": Search "Rehumanize Yourself" lyrics. The Police Lyrics "Rehumanize Yourself" He goes out at night with his big boots on None of his friends know right from wrong The kick a boy to death 'cause he don't belong album: "Ghost In The Machine" () Spirits In The Material World. Every Little Thing She Does.
  8. Written by Sting and Police drummer Stewart Copeland, this is the seventh track on the Ghost in the Machine album. The song is about how we can become disconnected from our humanity when placed in certain situations, like a police officer who takes on a different persona when he puts on the uniform, or a factory worker who can't see the result of his labor.

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