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

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

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

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

Stewart Copeland alias Klark Kent "Don't Care" (1979) - performing live on BBC's "Top Of The Pops". The Band (behind the masks): Sting, Andy Summers and Ian Copeland.

Stewart Copeland alias Klark Kent "Don't Care" (1979) - performing live on BBC's "Top Of The Pops". The Band (behind the masks): Sting, Andy Summers and Ian Copeland.

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

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

Klark Kent ‎– Away From Home 1980 Green Vinyl 7" Record Stewart Copeland Police #1980sNewWavePopReggaePopRock

Details about Klark Kent ‎– Away From Home 1980 Green Vinyl 7" Record Stewart Copeland Police

Klark Kent ‎– Away From Home 1980 Green Vinyl 7" Record Stewart Copeland Police #1980sNewWavePopReggaePopRock

Boy was I crazy about him when I was in 9th grade! (And I still am!)

Boy was I crazy about him when I was in 9th grade! (And I still am!)

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…

NO WAVE TO GO 1978 VINYL PICTURE DISC THE DICKIES STRANGLERS POLICE KLARK KENT #NoWave #PostPunkRecords.com

NO WAVE TO GO 1978 VINYL PICTURE DISC THE DICKIES STRANGLERS POLICE KLARK KENT #NoWave #PostPunkRecords.com

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