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Certifiable (Live) [Audio Version]


Download links and information about Certifiable (Live) [Audio Version] by The Police. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:47:43 minutes.

Artist: The Police
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:47:43
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No. Title Length
1. Message In a Bottle (Live) 5:00
2. Synchronicity II (Live) 6:23
3. Walking On the Moon (Live) 6:19
4. Voices Inside My Head / When the World Is Running Down, You Make the Best of What's Still Around (Live) 7:04
5. Don't Stand So Close to Me (Live) 4:41
6. Driven to Tears (Live) 5:50
7. Hole In My Life (Live) 5:07
8. Truth Hits Everybody (Live) 4:02
9. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic (Live) 4:40
10. Wrapped Around Your Finger (Live) 6:11
11. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da (Live) 4:37
12. Invisible Sun (Live) 5:03
13. Walking In Your Footsteps (Live) 4:35
14. Can't Stand Losing You / Reggatta de Blanc (Live) 6:30
15. Roxanne (Live) 8:10
16. King of Pain (Live) 5:18
17. So Lonely (Live) 6:53
18. Every Breath You Take (Live) 6:13
19. Next to You (Live) 5:07



Certifiable boasts a whopping 19 songs from the Police's 2007 reunion concert at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Right from the first verse of "Message In a Bottle," Sting is singing with the well-preserved voice of a young man, hitting his high-notes with an effortless cool even more noticeably on the opening howls at the beginning of "Synchronicity II." Similarly, Stewart Copeland's drumming prowess hasn't lost any luster as evidenced by "Walking On the Moon" and technically he's a better player in that those live tempos don't speed up when letting loose on his signature reggae and ska-inspired fills. (If you've ever seen old live footage of guitar player Andy Summers yelling at Copeland to slow down, you might notice this right away). By "Roxanne" it's apparent that some of these songs are being played in a lower key so that Sting can hit the falsettos, but other songs like "King of Pain" and "Every Breath You Take" sound like the band hasn’t changed since 1983.