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Comments on The Police [reply]
 
who would ever think back then that "sting" would become the star he is today. [reply]
 
My first ever gig. The Cramps were superb, booed and heckled constatnly but acted like it was applause.
The Police were pretty  ****** fine too, and if memory serves right they only opened the stalls for this. How times change....
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I first saw the Police in Strathclyde University Students Union, if I remember right there were three bands on that night, Albertos Los Trios Paranois were the headline band and the Police were the first on, (can't remember the one in between). There was me my mate and about 4 or 5 others who went upstairs from the disco to see the Police who were great. Sting stopped a few times to chat to us and and in particular the one attractive woman who was there, a fan.
The Apollo concert was half empty when the Cramps were on. I remember the lead singer came down into the audience walked over the empty seats towards us and pulled out his plums! They took lots of abuse but were unforgetable for the few of us who were there early.
The Police were great again I had forgotten about being restricted to the the stalls, the tickets were "Unreserved" the only one in my Apollo collection.
Saw sting last year in Hong Kong, still good but not the same.
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