Complementing the recent RSD double single package of Message In A Bottle, a brand new exclusive edition for RSD 2023, Every Breath You Take packaged in bespoke 2 x 7” special double pack gatefold sleeve.
Features original UK single and a bonus disc featuring the extremely rare track - ‘Every Bomb You Make’ - an exclusive version, with new lyrics, re-recorded specially for the 1980s satirical TV programme "Spitting Image".
The set also includes the rare instrumental (‘backing track’) version of Every Breath You Take.
Inside the gatefold are two colour-printed inner bags featuring the original A&M label’s ‘company’ sleeve design.
Pressed on limited edition heavyweight red & yellow coloured vinyl.
Remastered and cut at Abbey Road Studios, London.
Disc one – original UK 7” single (red vinyl)
Side A - Every Breath You Take
Side B - Murder By Numbers
Disc two – bonus disc (yellow vinyl)
Side A - Every Bomb You Make
Side B - Every Breath You Take (Instrumental)
Record Store day is 22 April 2023. Further information including participating stores can be found at recordstoreday.co.uk/
Aldo issued the same day is Klark Kent. Klark Kent was the 1980 debut solo release from drummer Stewart Copeland, and the first solo release recorded by a member of The Police. It includes the song "Don't Care", which entered the UK Top 50. The album was originally released in 1980 as a 10 inch EP on green vinyl and receives an exclusive Record Store Day reissue on 12 inch green vinyl.
A1. Don't Care
A2. Away From Home
A3. Rich In A Ditch
B2. Old School
B4. Kinetic Ritual