Walking on the Moon: The Untold Story of the Police and the Rise of New Wave Rock
An unflinching look at the rise of one of the most recognizable names in pop music -The Police
The Police have sold more than 50 million albums, made Rolling Stone's Greatest Artists of All Time list, and finished a triumphant world reunion tour in 2008.
Now British journalist Chris Campion draws on extensive research and new interviews to trace the inside saga of this iconic group, including the unorthodox business strategies employed by manager Miles Copeland that took them to the top and the intense rivalry that drove Sting, Andy Summers, and Stewart Copeland to split at the height of their success in the 1980s.
Whether you've been a fan of The Police for decades or are discovering their music for the first time, Walking on the Moon will give you new insights into the personalities behind this unique band and their role in the rise of 80s New Wave rock.
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Review: Walking on the Moon: The Untold Story of the Police and the Rise of Rise of New Wave RockUser Review - Theo Lafleur - Goodreads
It wrecks The Police, but I guess I would prefer that over self-indungent promotion when reading a Bio. Very well researched and funny Read full review
Review: Walking on the Moon: The Untold Story of the Police and the Rise of Rise of New Wave RockUser Review - Mark Maguire - Goodreads
Prior to reading this book, I possesed a fair working knowledge of The Police in that I was aware of the creative dominance of Sting, and the open-warfare between the Band members. However, I was ... Read full review