|unica723||Fecha: Domingo, 2013-12-29, 3:16 PM | Mensaje # 1|
Scorpions - A Savage Crazy World Tour
Scorpions are a rock band from Hannover, Germany formed in 1965 by guitarist
Rudolf Schenker, who is the band's only constant member (although Klaus
Meine has been lead singer for all their studio albums). They are known
for their 1980s rock anthem "Rock You Like a Hurricane" and many
singles, such as "No One Like You", "Send Me an Angel", "Still Loving
You", and "Wind of Change". The band was ranked No. 46 on VH1's Greatest
Artists of Hard Rock program. "Rock You Like a Hurricane" is also No.
18 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs. On January 24,
2010, after 45 years of performing, the band announced that they would
be retiring after touring in support of their new album Sting in the
Tail, although this decision was eventually retracted. The band sold
over 100 million albums worldwide.
The Scorpions began in Hanover, as a garage band featuring Meine and
Schenker. After several years of playing around Germany, the band broke
up due to lack of success. They got back together to record the
soundtrack to an obscure movie called The Cold Paradise; it was released
as their debut album Lonesome Crow, the band toured to support it, and
then broke up again. They reformed, toured again, and finally got a
record deal. However, the band members had to fulfill their required
time in the German army and the band was put on hold. When they got out,
they enlisted the guitar duties of Uli John Roth, as
sometimes-guitarist Michael Schenker was recruited by UFO, and recorded
Fly To The Rainbow. Several more line-up changes later, the band honed
their sound to a definable, sometimes memorable science on their third
effort In Trance, the first recording with long-time producer Dieter
Dierks. Next came the controversial, but classic Virgin Killer, whose
sexist album cover was banned all over the planet. Several albums later,
the band hit the big time with their breakthrough '80s classic
Blackout. Already a huge live attraction, the band cemented their
American stranglehold with the radio staple "No One Like You," the first
of many hits to come. Their follow-up, Love At First Sting, was even
bigger and featured several radio/MTV hits, such as "Big City Nights"
and their anthem "Rock You Like A Hurricane." From 1982 to 1990 the band
churned out hit after hit, and dominated the '80s heavy metal movement
lead by such acts as Van Halen, Judas Priest, Ozzy Osbourne, Motley
Crue, and Bon Jovi. The Scorpions were always one of the biggest
non-American bands to find multi-platinum success in the fickle American
market place. Just when the metal scene started to fizzle out, and the
Scorpions' popularity seemed as if it might come to an end, the German
warriors came back with their biggest hit yet, "Winds Of Change," a
power ballad that capitalized on the fall of the Berlin Wall. Still,
after riding the winds of success for a couple of years, the Scorpions'
popularity inevitably began to fade. Several more records of metal-lite
proved to nail the coffin shut for the German wonderboys.
Continuing to put out albums, the Scorpions are still able to pack
houses; it's just that the houses have shrunk from arenas to
amphitheaters. Still, for a one-dimensional heavy metal band, they have
managed to carve out one hell of a long career for themselves. Always a
favorite among heavy metal diehards, the Scorpions will always have the
distinction of bringing the world three great guitar players, an anthem
of freedom for Berlin, and whole mess of fashion faux pas.
"Winds Of Change" is their biggest hit yet.
01. Bad Boys Running Wild
02. Hit Between The Eyes
03. I Can’t Explain
04. The Zoo
05. Rhythm Of Love
06. Crazy World
07. Can’t Live Without You
10. Lust Or Love
11. Big City Nights
12. Rock You Like A Hurricane
01. Rhythm Of Love (uncensored version)
02. Believe In Love (Russian version)
03. Walking On The Edge (Russian version)
04. Rock You Like A Hurricane (Russian & Original versions)
05. Still Loving You
06. Passion Rules The Game (Uncensored version)
07. Tease Me Please Me
08. Don’t Believe Her
09. Send Me An Angel
10. Wind Of Change
Bonus Music Videos:
01. Alien Nation
03. No One Like You
04. I’m Leaving You
Easter Eggs (Hidden Videos):
01. Big City Nights (live version from World Wide Live)
02. No One Like You (live version from World Wide Live)
Compression: None (mds-file added)
Audio : LPCM 2.0, DD 2.0
Artwork : Fried in the torrent...
NOTE: There are two Easter Eggs on this DVD: ‘Big City Nights (live)’ & ‘No One Like You (live)’. Both videos
promoted the WORLD WIDE LIVE album and VHS and were very popular back in
To access ‘Big City Nights (live)’:
At the Main Menu, select the ‘Special Features’ option.
At the next screen, there will be a jagged yellow line under Dolby
Digital 2.0. Press LEFT twice. A blue scorpion appears on the globe left
of the audio options. Press ENTER. A video for “Big City Nights” begins
To access ‘No One Like You (live)’:
At the Main Menu, select LIVE.
At the next screen, select NEXT in the lower right hand corner.
At the next screen, there will be a yellow target icon next to Song 7
(Can’t Live Without You). Press LEFT twice. A blue scorpion will appear
on the revolving film reel left of the song menu. Hit ENTER. A video for
“No One Like You” will begin playing. It is different than the one
listed in the Bonus Videos section.
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|metalmaniac||Fecha: Miércoles, 2014-01-01, 1:03 PM | Mensaje # 2|
Se engancha al metal
|Feliz año nuevo Unica! |
Y muchas gracias por seguir aportando cosas interesantes,este concierto me lo llevo,ya que de este tour apenas hay nada,solo un par de video clips promocionales,y aunque este disco para mi fue un absoluto fiasco",supongo que el tour no lo debió de ser.
Ademas servira para calentar motores hasta la visita de ellos el proximo marzo.