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Album: The Bridge (Deluxe)

Artist: Sting

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 A&M Records

Tracklist For The Bridge (Deluxe) By Artist Sting

Title Artist Time
1
Rushing Water Sting 3:17 USD 1.29
2
If It's Love Sting 3:14 USD 1.29
3
The Book of Numbers Sting 3:18 USD Album Only
4
Loving You Sting 4:24 USD Album Only
5
Harmony Road Sting 3:18 USD Album Only
6
For Her Love Sting 3:45 USD Album Only
7
The Hills on the Border Sting 4:16 USD Album Only
8
Captain Bateman Sting 4:14 USD Album Only
9
The Bells of St. Thomas Sting 4:08 USD Album Only
10
The Bridge Sting 2:33 USD Album Only
11
Waters of Tyne Sting 2:10 USD Album Only
12
Captain Bateman's Basement Sting 3:41 USD Album Only
13
(Sittin' On) The Dock of the B Sting 2:54 USD Album Only

Reviews For The Bridge (Deluxe) By Artist Sting

  • Always

    3
    By MattinNYC
    Sting has dabbled in a lot of directions with his music. I find all of it interesting and enjoyable. His voice is like comfort food for me and always takes me back to my youth with the Police and his first solo recordings. His music has grown and he has taken us all along with him. I like what I hear so far and if it doesn't move you, well there's always Ghost in the Machine.
  • Getting in there..

    3
    By jojo80's
    The song "Rushing Water" is gettin Sting-is, but not strong enough. Waiting for the whole songs.
  • driven to tears

    1
    By musical Jedi
    Go home Sting. It over.
  • Beyond Bad

    1
    By Neonraisin
    If It’s Love sounds like a song for elementary school kids. A bad one at that.
  • No no no!

    3
    By Simonrocks
    What’s happening here sting!!?? We can’t keep listening to your back catalogue. Take a long break and come back with something better than this. You should’ve added this to a childrens album with tweaked lyrics. This is just wrong.
  • This will be the bridge to nowhere

    1
    By AndyNYCAZ
    Not optimistic.
  • i wish there was a no-star rating!

    1
    By Julesab7
    Dteadful including the diabolicle whistles!
  • Eh…..

    4
    By Davmone
    Lighter than I was hoping for. Hoping the rest of the album is better.

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