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Common Music Buys , Sting’s Complete Again Catalogue , for As much as $300 Million. ‘The Guardian’ stories that Sting has bought his total again catalogue of songs to Common Music Publishing. . The deal is reportedly price as much as $300 million. . In response to ‘The Guardian,’ precise particulars of the settlement weren’t launched. It felt pure to unite all the things in a single trusted house. It’s completely important to me that my profession’s physique of labor has a house the place it’s valued and revered, Sting (Gordon Sumner), through ‘The Guardian’. It felt pure to unite all the things in a single trusted house. It’s completely important to me that my profession’s physique of labor has a house the place it’s valued and revered, Sting (Gordon Sumner), through ‘The Guardian’. Not solely to attach with longtime followers in new methods but in addition to introduce my songs to new audiences, musicians and generations, Sting (Gordon Sumner), through ‘The Guardian’. ‘The Guardian’ stories that the deal brings collectively Sting’s catalogue of songs that had been break up up till now. . Beforehand, Common Music Publishing reportedly owned the majority of Sting’s solo work, . whereas rival Sony Music Publishing had the rights to Sting’s in depth again catalogue with The Police. . We’re honored that by selecting Common for his music publishing, Sting’s total physique of labor as a songwriter and recording artist – from The Police to his solo work – will all be throughout the Common household. It’s a duty we don’t take flippantly, Sir Lucian Grainge, Chairman and chief government of Common Music Publishing, through ‘The Guardian’. We’re honored that by selecting Common for his music publishing, Sting’s total physique of labor as a songwriter and recording artist – from The Police to his solo work – will all be throughout the Common household. It’s a duty we don’t take flippantly, Sir Lucian Grainge, Chairman and chief government of Common Music Publishing, through ‘The Guardian’. With the transfer, Sting joins a seemingly ever-growing listing of big-name musicians to money in on their again catalogues. In 2020, Common bought Bob Dylan’s again catalogue of 600 songs for nearly $400 million. . In December of 2021, Sony Music bought Bruce Springsteen’s tune catalogue for $500 million