Greatest Hits is a compilation album of songs by The Police, released in 1992. It is the band's second compilation album following Every Breath You Take: The Singles and the first release after the official split up in 1986. In contrast with its predecessor, it features all the singles released by the band, with the exception of Fall Out (the only Police's single not to be released with A&M) and Bring On The Night (previously released only for the French, German and American market). The original version of Don't Stand So Close To Me was used instead of the 1986 version. The album also includes Tea In The Sahara, which was never released as a single before but was very popular with the band's fans. The cover photograph was by Duane Michaels and it was taken at the time of the Synchonicity album. The inner sleeve featured a collage of pictures of the band shot by different photographers during their career, including Miles Copeland, Adrian Boot, Akihiro Takayama, Anton Corbijn, Kim Turner and Andy Summers.