|Title:||Walking On The Moon|
|Style:||New Wave, Pop Rock|
|Catalog #:||AMS 7494|
|1||Visions Of The Night||3:05|
|2||Walking On The Moon||3:59|
|AMS 7494||The Police||Walking On The Moon (7", Single, Alt)||A&M Records||AMS 7494||UK||1979|
|AMS 7669, AMS-7669||The Police||Caminando Sobre La Luna (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records, A&M Records||AMS 7669, AMS-7669||Spain||1980|
|AMS 7642||The Police||Walking On The Moon (7", Single, Promo)||A&M Records||AMS 7642||Germany||1979|
|AMS 7642||The Police||Walking On The Moon (7", Single)||A&M Records||AMS 7642||Germany||1979|
|AMS 7494||The Police||Walking On The Moon (7", Single, W/Lbl, Pap)||A&M Records||AMS 7494||UK||1979|
Pressed in France and to be released for the UK market.
Different label with sentence case labels on both sides
Track A: From the A and M album "Reggatta De Blanc" AMLH 64792
Virgin Music (Pub.) Ltd.
℗ 1979 A and M Records Ltd.
Original sound recording made by A and M Records Ltd.
May also come in A&M company sleeve
Walking On The Moon - The Police. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Discover how Walking On The Moon shot The Police into the stratosphere: http. albums, plus Flexible Strategies, a bonus 12-track disc of non-album b-sides: https. Music video by The Police performing Walking On The Moon. Walking on the Moon is a song by English reggae rock band The Police, released as the second single from their second studio album, Reggatta de Blanc 1979. The song was written by the band's lead vocalist and bassist Sting. It went on to become the band's second No. 1 hit in the UK. Sting has said that he wrote the song when he was drunk one night after a concert in Munich. The following morning, he remembered the song and wrote it down. Walking on the Moon is a 1979 song by The Police, from their second album, Reggatta de Blanc. The song was The Police's second number one hit single in the United Kingdom after Message in a Bottle, but didn't chart in the United States. It is one of The Police's more reggae-influenced songs. According to Sting the song is about the feeling of being in love. Sting said that he wrote the song when he was drunk: I was drunk in a hotel room in Munich, slumped on the bed with the whirling pit when this riff came into my head. I got up and startin read more. This was the second 1 UK hit for The Police, reaching the top in December 1979. Their first album was released in 1978 but took a while to catch on. When it did, it was only a few months before their second album, Reggatta De Blanc, was released. He was awoken in his hotel room by the window-washer who was whistling Walking On The Moon outside as he did his work, completely unaware that Sting was inside listening. Mark from London, EnglandAs the song began its inevtiable descent down the UK charts from number one, the record company, A&M, tried to halt its decline by reissuing it as a 12 disc, one of the earliest, with no extras. Walking on the Moon is track six on 1979s Reggatta de Blanc and is the second 1 single for the group in the UK. It reached 9 in Australia and did not place in the US charts. One of the more heavily reggae-influenced tracks, Sting sings about the weightlessness one feels after they fall in love. Sting, principal songwriter and lead singer of The Police discusses the origins of the song: I was drunk in a hotel room in Munich, slumped on the bed with the whirling pit when this riff came into my head. I got up and starting walking round the room singing : Walking round the room, walking roun. The Police 1979 2 songs. 1 Visions Of The Night. 2 Walking On the Moon. More albums from The Police. Flexible Strategies. Visions Of The Night. Murder By Numbers. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. The Police. Songs in album The Police - Walking On The MoonVision On The Night 1979. The Police - Walking On The Moon. The Police - Visions Of The Night. Walking on the Moon tells an epic tale of 1980s rock and the role played within it by one of the biggest names in the music world. From the Back Cover. Chris Campion strips away the myth and treats the Police not as superheroes but as beat cops- cracking their cases gig by gig, hit by hit, van ride by van ride as they worked their way into legend