The Police's 'Synchronicity': For The Record

Rooted in theories of the paranormal, the iconic trio's 1983 album – their final studio effort – became a classic.

With Stewart Copeland on drums, Sting on bass and Andy Summers on guitar, the Police released Synchronicity in 1983, their fifth and final album together. Its songs were influenced by a book which speculated that paranormal events have a basis in physical nature. At the 26th GRAMMY Awards, Synchronicity gave rise to five GRAMMY nominations including Album Of The Year. In 2009 the album Synchronicity was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame.