Away From Home - Klark Kent (Stewart Copeland) (Promo) (RM)

This is another video reconstruction by The Video Doctor. Remastered audio, and since the video cut off early, I constructed the last 15 seconds or so.

Stewart Copeland (1978-80) - AUDIO ONLY! the complete work of this mysterious figure, who called himself Klark Kent. ;-)

Klark Kent (Stewart Copeland of The Police) compilation album, containing all of the songs from his early solo EPs and some bonus tracks, too.

Klark Kent Don't Care - Green Vinyl UK 7" vinyl single (7 inch record) 1978

Find a Klark Kent - Don't Care first pressing or reissue. Complete your Klark Kent collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.

Klark Kent | Skitarg | http://ift.tt/2m5loTL | Added to: http://ift.tt/2gJInCi #metal #spotify

Klark Kent, a song by Skitarg on Spotify

1,365 mentions J’aime, 14 commentaires - Klark Kent (@klarkkentone) sur Instagram : "Background lazyness 🎯"

1,365 mentions J’aime, 14 commentaires - Klark Kent (@klarkkentone) sur Instagram : "Background lazyness 🎯"

"Yo Ho Ho" by Klark Kent (aka, Stewart Copeland of the Police. He plays all the instruments & performs the vocals).

"Yo Ho Ho" song by Stewart Copeland aka Klark Kent. Originally published on album "Just Time for Christmas" (Various Artists ℗ and at Klark Kent album .

I remember (feat. Youngin Duke & Klark Kent Da Gent) (Prod. by Youngin Duke) by itsablock | Free Listening on SoundCloud

I remember (feat. Youngin Duke & Klark Kent Da Gent) (Prod. by Youngin Duke) by itsablock | Free Listening on SoundCloud

From 1978 to 1986 the Police were an undeniable musical force, with five classic albums and ten U.K. singles cracking the Top 10. It’s a curious fact, however, that the Police were beaten to the charts by one of their own. In 1978 an act going by the name of Klark Kent—Stewart Copeland would always vigorously deny having anything to do with it—released a single called “Don’t Care,” which managed to hit the U.K. charts in advance of any song by the Police. In the summer of 1980, Klark Kent…

From 1978 to 1986 the Police were an undeniable musical force, with five classic albums and ten U.K. singles cracking the Top 10. It’s a curious fact, however, that the Police were beaten to the charts by one of their own. In 1978 an act going by the name of Klark Kent—Stewart Copeland would always vigorously deny having anything to do with it—released a single called “Don’t Care,” which managed to hit the U.K. charts in advance of any song by the Police. In the summer of 1980, Klark Kent…

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