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  • "Synchronicity II" is a song by The Police, and the third single from their album Synchronicity. Released as a single in the UK and the U.S. by A&M Records, it reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart and number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December 1983. It featured the non-album track "Once Upon a Daydream" on the b-side. The song was described by People Weekly as "aggressive" and "steely."
  • Synchronicity II is a rock song by The Police. It was recorded and released in 1983, and although not a major hit, remains a well known song, and is often described as more "harder" and powerful than other rock songs by the Police. Indeed, the song features heavier and more frenzied power chords.
  • Synchronicity II is a song by The Police which is about the theory that seemingly coincidental events are connected through their meaning. Psychologist Carl Jung created the term as a way to explain paranormal events. Sting wrote this. He read a lot about Jung, and became a believer in the concept of Synchronicity. The Synchronicity in this song is the connection between the picket lines protesting environmental contamination and the resulting mutant-monster rising from the polluted lake. (thanks, Michael - L.A., CA) {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
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  • Synchronicity
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  • Pop-Rock
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  • English
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  • 936
Title
  • Synchronicity II
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  • Synchronicity.png
Released
  • 1983
Gender
  • Male
Artist
  • The Police
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  • "Synchronicity II" is a song by The Police, and the third single from their album Synchronicity. Released as a single in the UK and the U.S. by A&M Records, it reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart and number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 in December 1983. It featured the non-album track "Once Upon a Daydream" on the b-side. The song was described by People Weekly as "aggressive" and "steely."
  • Synchronicity II is a rock song by The Police. It was recorded and released in 1983, and although not a major hit, remains a well known song, and is often described as more "harder" and powerful than other rock songs by the Police. Indeed, the song features heavier and more frenzied power chords.
  • Synchronicity II is a song by The Police which is about the theory that seemingly coincidental events are connected through their meaning. Psychologist Carl Jung created the term as a way to explain paranormal events. Sting wrote this. He read a lot about Jung, and became a believer in the concept of Synchronicity. The Synchronicity in this song is the connection between the picket lines protesting environmental contamination and the resulting mutant-monster rising from the polluted lake. (thanks, Michael - L.A., CA) The Synchronicity could also be seen as what is happening at the Scottish loch and what is happening inside "Daddy's" head. The monster is coming out of the water and approaching the cottage. Daddy's despair and futility over his life are boiling to the surface just as he's arriving home. We can only imagine what will happen when he goes into the house. (thanks, Heather - San Jose, CA) The album opens with "Synchronicity I," which is a completely different song which they also used as the first song on their tour. Synchronicity was the last album, and until 2007, the last tour for The Police. Even though they were immensely popular, Sting broke up the band to start a solo career. {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"