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Latest revision as of 04:32, 11 October 2019


Fare Musica
FareMusica1980.jpg
Article title: Policeland
Artist or band featured: The Police / Stewart Copeland
Year: 1980
Month: December
Country (or countries) of publication: Italy
Language(s): Italian
Author/interviewer: Massimo Villa
Length of feature: 6 1/3 pages + cover + small bits

In December 1980, The Police were featured in Fare Musica.

Summary

The magazine's report is based on a Stewart Copeland interview from 1980-10-07.

Quotes and noteworthy content

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