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Sting appeared on MSNBCs Morning Joe programme on December 1 where he talked about a wide range of issues including his new album and DVD, the Police, the rainforest, environmental issues, the economy, the record industry... and giving up coffee.
December 01, 2009 


Sting appeared on MSNBCs Morning Joe programme on December 1 where he talked about a wide range of issues including his new album and DVD, the Police, the rainforest, environmental issues, President Obama, Afghanistan, the economy, the record industry... and giving up coffee. Watch the interview below...

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