Sting Solo Career Boxed Set Out in June

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The Complete Studio Collection, to be released on June 9, encompasses the entirety of Sting’s solo studio album catalog on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl, from his 1985 debut album The Dream of the Blue Turtles through to the latest, 57th & 9th. The Complete Studio Collection, available via A&M/Interscope Records/Deutsche Grammophon, is the first-ever complete anthology of Sting’s solo career.

Following the release of the now sold-out The Studio Collection boxed set, the 12-album The Complete Studio Collection includes all of Sting’s A&M/Interscope catalog plus his Deutsche Grammophon discography—Songs From the Labyrinth (2006), If on a Winter’s Night… (2009) and Symphonicities (2010)—in addition to his new album 57th & 9th.

For fans who purchased the original The Studio Collection box set, a separate bundle has been specially created entitled The Studio Collection: Volume II that contains the four newly added albums—Songs from the Labyrinth, If on a Winter’s Night…, Symphonicities and 57th & 9th—with space within the set for all of the remaining albums to create The Complete Studio Collection.

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All of the included catalog LPs are presented in reproductions of their original artwork with new vinyl masters cut at Abbey Road Studios. The Complete Studio Collection and The Studio Collection: Volume II are available to pre-order now.

Sting’s 57th & 9th World Tour, with special guests the Last Bandoleros and Joe Sumner, has seen sold out performances throughout North America and Europe. Sting is currently performing across South and Central America, before venturing to Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Osaka. Sting then returns to Europe for a string of summer festival and concert dates throughout Europe. Visit for complete tour and ticket details.

Sting has checked off all the boxes in his music career. Between his work with the Police and his solo career, he has earned 16 Grammy Awards. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2002 and into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (with the Police) in 2003. His combined sales are a reported 100 million records.

Watch the special announcement video from Sting himself here.

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