When The Police perform in front of nearly 20,000 at the St. Pete Times Forum on July 11, chances are the show won't exactly be edgy. But there was a time when the trio played punk clubs and wowed rowdy listeners with a feisty concoction of rock, reggae and funk. That's what listeners get here, a show featuring the trio touring in support of their debut LP Outlandos d'Amour and playing in front of maybe 1,000 or so at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley. Sting sounds gruff; there's not a hint of the New Aginess that would plague his future work. He was an angry young man in '79, performing soon-to-be classics like "Can't Stand Losing You" and "Roxanne" with the passion of an artist just starting out.