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Albums of the Week

Sting’s 12th solo album is a partial return to his rock roots

20th November, 2016
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Sting 57th & 9th (A&M)

Named for the junction he crossed daily on his way to the studio, Sting’s 12th solo album is a partial return to his rock roots, even if it’s a more mature, politically correct rock than his initial work with The Police. The fresh-faced, youthfully attired 65-year-old on the album cover might believe he’s pressing reset on his scattered oeuvre, but this isn’t quite rock as his...

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