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Sacred Love Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 30 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B0000C23DP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (291 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. . Inside
2. Send Your Love
3. Whenever I Say Your Name (with Mary J. Blige)
4. Dead Man's Rope
5. Never Coming Home
6. Like a Beautiful Smile
7. Let's Forget About the Future
8. This War
9. The Book of My Life
10. Sacred Love


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Khaindrava on Oct. 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
As soon as new album is available from Sting I tend to rush to the store to get it, as I did this Tuesday. And as usual high expectations have been met yet again. This album maintains an incredibly high standard that this guy has set for himself over the last twenty-odd years. If you want to know how to mould drum'n'bass to jazz and not make it sound a disaster, listen to 'Never Coming Home', some of the best piano playing you will hear all year from Jason Rebello. If you love intelligent music that sounds as though the artist actually thought about what he was doing, you must buy this. I just want to know how this man is managing to get better with every year and every album. He is one if handful of artists who's albums I actually look forward to and never get disappointed. Only another three or four years till the next one, no doubt. The wait has been worth it as always.
Thanks for one of the best albums I've heard in a long time.
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By A Customer on July 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
When I first bought this CD I thought it was one of Sting's best. Now that I've listened to it many times, I think my first impression was right.
Each time I play this CD I pick out sublte sounds and rythms that make each song have a new twist.
With all of the good stuff, the disco "Send Your Love" adds nothing to an overall excellent album.
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Format: Audio CD
It's obvious that Sting is a holy prophet sent by God above. The message in his music is one of transcending love and hope. How can you go wrong with that?
5 Stars
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By A Customer on July 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
I can not understand any of these negative reviews. This Album deserves a chance. After listening to it several times, I just love it. Maybe it is to advanced for all of the simpletons out there to enjoy.
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He's anything but prolific--he releases an album every three or four years with only ten new songs. So why can't Sting make all ten count? The single, "Send Your Love," is a decent song, and his duet with Mary J. Blige on "Whenever I Say Your Name" is a stirring listening experience. It's telling, though, that Blige is the one whose voice stands out and makes the song interesting--she's the one bringing the fireworks. The remaining collection of Sting solos isn't bad, but it's bland enough that most of it will drop from memory as soon as you put this CD back on the shelf to gather dust next to Brand New Day.
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By B. Lane on June 17 2004
Format: Audio CD
I am a huge Sting fan, seeing him in concert several times, owning rare imports, soundtracks, concerts, b-sides, collaborations, and practically every piece of music he has ever published. I anxiously awaited his new album, "Sacred Love" only to have the biggest letdown in my music-buying history. I gave it a chance and played the album several times hoping at least one song would stand out. I am sorry to say that this album is a waste of time and money. Sting has tried to refine himself each album, going from the rockin' new age Police to his departure to jazz which actually broke into top 40 and each album since has inched into adult contemporary. Sting, what has happened to you? This album is terrible! I will not be buying tickets for his latest tour (words I thought I would never utter) because I can't stand to hear even one song from his album live. Look, if you are hungry like I am for some new Sting music, try searching through Amazon for "Sting at the Movies" or for some of his b-sides and imports. They are far superior to this horrible album and will at least whet your appetite for Sting...at least for now...
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OK, so I'm not too sure what that meant, either. But this album is a joy to listen to...and a necessity.
Sting's songwriting has been a blue print for generations of songwriters. He crafts words and music into poetry...which he sings with his smooth, sly, enchanting voice. A superb instrumentalist, Sting's music combines just about every single genre of music that's out there...heck, "Send Your Love" features superb flamenco guitar playing by Vicente Amigo. Put that next to the song's remix at the end of the album...and you realize this is a culturaly, musically diverse album.
Sting's delivery of "Dead Man's Rope" is intoxicating, for lack of a better word; the title track is a journey through the very meaning of the word "delightful enchantment." "Forget About the Future" and "This War" take tongue-in-cheek to a whole new level, while "Whenever I Say Your Name" is only beautifully written, but is sung with pure and unbridled emotion (thanks in part to duet partner Mary J. Blige).
"Sacred Love" may not be Sting's best; I don't have all of his albums, so I can't say. But he's come a long way since he led the rock group The Police, and the journey was probably for the better. Here, Sting sounds confident of himself and his talents--and he has every right to be. He is, no doubt about it, one of music's best.
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By Josh on June 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is by far musically set aside from his previous albums. Lyrically Sting has not changed a bit. The "jazziness" of Sting's previous albums, is hardly seen in this album. "Sacred Love" has more upbeat club songs on it and there has definately been some great influence of The Beatles in a few of the songs, one of Sting's favorite bands. Sting always seems to have matured in some way, and yet there is still the sign of his dirty mind that's still in his lyrics. Writing songs about prostitutes seems to have always been a favorite of Sting's.
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