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Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out (2006)

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Stewart Copeland, drummer for The Police, compiles his Super 8 footage for an intimate look at what it was like to be a member of one of the world's biggest rock bands.

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Terry Chambers ...
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Miles A. Copeland III ...
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Ian Copeland ...
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Dave Gregory ...
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Colin Moulding ...
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Andy Partridge ...
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Danny Quatrochi ...
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Jeff Seitz ...
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Stewart Copeland, drummer for The Police, compiles his Super 8 footage for an intimate look at what it was like to be a member of one of the world's biggest rock bands.

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Sting: I blame the man behind the camera for all my troubles.
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Fantastic
14 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This DVD is for every die-hard Police fan. The 1st person perspective enlightens you on how the band saw their journey to stardom evolve. It was nice to see that Sting, Stewart & Andy actually got along quite well. There are some great in-studio shots of Sting & Andy working out the guitar riff for Da do do do, as well as Sting playing the bass on Secret Journey. I think the film actually peaks when the band plays the US festival. After that, the footage really dwindles. There is no Synchronicity footage at all. Perhaps the band was so big at that point that the camera was left home? I know MTV covered their tour and that was my first concert (Foxboro, MA 8/03)but still it would have been nice to see some of those behind the scenes. The music mix was sensational and I am looking forward to hear Stewart's arrangements.

Great Job Stewart!


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