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Policia: A Tribute To The Police

Militia Group 25

Released on February 8, 2005

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The Tribute album you have been waiting for is finally here. Twelve of todays Indie darlings put there spin on one of the most influential bands of all time. A roster consisting of Fall Out Boy, UnderOath, Copeland, Motion City Soundtrack, Maxeen, and many more of today's up and coming bands.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Brandtson -King Of Pain  10%
2 Fall Out Boy -Roxanne Voted #1  21%
3 Motion City Soundtrack -Truth Hits Everybody Voted #2  17%
4 No Motiv -Synchronocity II  4%
5 Limbeck -So Lonely  4%
6 Big Collapse -Next To You  3%
7 Maxeen -Murder By Numbers  1%
8 Pale -Walking On The Moon  5%
9 Underoath -Wrapped Around Your Finger Voted #3  17%
10 Anadivine -Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic  10%
11 Watashi Wa -Message In A Bottle  4%
12 Copeland -Every Breath You Take  5%
Come back on or after Tuesday, February 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Kevin from Vancouver, BC Canada 
May 2 2007 Rating: 2/5 Stars

seriously. does anyone even like the police? 500 dollar tickets for the reunion show. wow...or i could pay rent and have money to eat for 2 weeks. really i got this for a present, and so never heard it. but i bet you....it sucked ass.

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Shannon from Bowling Green, KY 
Aug 7 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

this cd has it's moments. there are about 6 songs on here that make the cd worth having. some songs were mutilated by the bands that did that cover. i love fall out boy, but their rendition of roxanne, sucked. but other songs like brandstons king of pain was orgasmic. this is an ok cd. if it were on the sale rack at best buy i'd tell my friend to buy it, other than that, i would say borrow it from a friend or leave it alone.

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Dan from Prospect Park, PA 
Feb 27 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I was hoping that no one would put the Police to shame but I was wrong. For the most part this album is alright. Fall Out Boy, Brandtson, Underoath, and Motion City Soundtrack were the highlights. I must say Pale's cover of Walking on the Moon (one of my favorite Police songs) was appalling. Absolute horrible. I think this tribute album could have been done a lot better than it was.

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Robert from Thorndale, PA 
Feb 15 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i am writing this review to give props to No Motiv. I heard the cover of "space age love song" they did on "before you were punk 2" and it was freaking amazing. Now, they do an unbelievable job on "synchronicity II". If No Motiv were to put out a covers album, they would blow Me First and the Gimme Gimmes out of the water!!! ok that's all. Other than that the rest of this disc is ok. Brandston do a good job on "king of pain". A lot of people may hate me for this, but Fall Out Boy is the worst track on here. The music is fine, but man at the end when he repeats "put on the red light" about fifty times, i feel like pulling all my hair out. It's funny, because when Sting sings it I don't feel the same way, yet they both repeat it over and over. Of course Sting is uber-talented. Anyway if you're a fan of the Police get this because it is fun to hear good songs redone.

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Scott from Toms River, NJ 
Feb 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

all i have to say is buy this cd because you can't go wrong...keep an eye out for malice aforethought of galloway...the final balance...time to play patty cakes with my nigga pedro.





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