In reference to a comment from Kenna:
And to think that Ghost in the Machine (1981) was one of the first albums I bought (actually on cassette) back when it was released. For a while it was one of my favorite albums. I haven't listened to it in a while (thank you, Frank Sinatra!), and I'd forgotten about a moody, atmospheric (yet jammin') gem hidden toward the end of side two, called "Secret Journey." This is a cool video, featuring it, with an animated montage of the photographs Andy Summers took for the Synchronicity (1983) album:
"Secret Journey" is a song released as a single by The Police on May 1982 only in the United States, as an alternative to the single "Invisible Sun" which was only released in the United Kingdom. Sting said the following about the song:
"It's a quasi-mystical song. You have to do something, go somewhere, to get outside yourself. I read the book Meetings with Remarkable Men which says you have to make a journey. It doesn't have to be a real journey, it can be a mental journey."