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Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Washington (ANI): Reformed British band 'The Police' are considering recording their first album in 24 years. The group"s guitarist Andy Summers has revealed that they have plans to record a follow-up album to 'Synchronicity", which was released in 1983. He insists that he will take the project as a challenge, and work really hard on it. Summers has also revealed that the band"s new album will be a pop album.
He stresses that he wants their new record to be a brilliant package of songs. "It's sort of like living with the elephant in the room. I would see it as a challenge, to make an absolutely brilliant pop album at this stage of our career, and that would be something quite remarkable," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.