Stewart Copeland

Stewart Copeland

Stewart Copeland is an American drummer and composer formerly of The Police. He was ranked 10th in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Drummers of All Time" in 2016.

He released his debut album, "The Rhythmatist" in 1985, followed by: "The Equalizer and Other Cliff Hangers" (1988), "The Leopard Son" (1996), "From Rumble Fish to Gridlock'd" (1997), "Orchestralli" (2004), plus 2007's: "The Stewart Copeland Anthology".

Stewart has also worked on numerous soundtracks, including: "Rumble Fish" in 1983, followed by: "Out of Bounds" (1986), "She's Having a Baby" (1988), "Talk Radio" (1988), "Wall Street" (1988), "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" (1989), "Taking Care of Business" (1990), "Highlander II: The Quickening" (1991), "Riff Raff" (1991), "Airborne" (1993), "Raining Stones" (1993), "Surviving the Game" (1994), "Rapa Nui" (1994), "Fresh" (1994), "Silent Fall" (1995), "SubUrbia" (1996), "Gridlock'd" (1997), "Four Days in September" (1997), "Good Burger" (1997), "West Beirut" (1998), "Simpatico" (1999), "She's All That" (1999), "3 Strikes" (2000), plus 2003's: "I Am David".

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