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Sacred Love

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An album by Sting

Sting explores his shiny, happy side onSacred Love, adding playful touches of techno to his smooth, vaguely multi-cultural pop sound. Like 1999'sBrand New Day,Lovesounds effortless and content, with expert musicians backing up Sting's gauzy revelations … see full wiki

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Some Pleasing Tones

  • Oct 25, 2003
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Whereas I am not a big fan of Sting, I certainly respect his ability to add creative touches to his music. On Sacred Love, Sting gives us many stylish world beats and pleasing keyboard and horn touches. I adore the piano solo on Never Comming Home as well as the percussion touches on the title track. There is also a wonderful spiritual tone to his music throughout the recording.

Sometimes, Stings vocals can be a bit grating. Also, the melodies on this record are a bit hit and miss. I am on the fourth or fifth listen and about half of the songs are memorable.

Therefore, the impression is a good one but not quite great.

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Label: A&M
Artist: Sting
Release Date: September 30, 2003

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