Scorpions (band) is considered as one of the most successful rock bands in the music industry. Originally formed in 1965 by Rudolf Schenker in Germany, Scorpions became an international rock icon with its unforgettable hits making their way to the hearts of listeners across U.S. and Europe, among others.Beginning from the Lonesome Crow
In 1972, the band comprised of Rudolf and his younger brother, Michael Schenker Klaus Meine, Lothar Heimberg and Wolfgang Dziony, released its very first album entitled Lonesome Crow. After the release of the debut album, the Scorpions joined the UFO, a British band, in a tour. Later on Michael Schenker was recruited by and joined the UFO. Uli Roth replaced Michael Schenker, and from then on, series of members have left and joined the band.Stepping into the International Scene
Following the Lonesome Crow, the band released successful albums namely: Fly to the Rainbow (1974), In Trance (1975), Virgin Killer (1976), Taken by Force (1977), Lovedrive (1979), Animal Magnetism (1980) and Blackout (1982). Although composed now of different members, the band retained its distinct style of music, with focus on excellent guitar acts throughout its songs. During this span of time, the Scorpions have started a following in the international music scene, having its music reached the US audience and having American concerts along the way.Carving its Legacy
In 1984, the band’s position in the rock music history was forged, upon the release of its then latest album entitled Love at First Sting. The album contained the all-time hit “Rock You Like a Hurricane”, and included popular tracks like “Still Loving You” and “Bad Boys Running Wild”. Behind the success of Love at First Sting, the band performed in several gigs across the world and became a popular name across households. Four years after the release of Love at First Sting, the Scorpions recorded and released Savage Amusement in 1988. It was during this album that the band was able to penetrate and developed a fan base in Russia and performed for the first time in a live tour in the Soviet Union.
From then to present, the band was able to come up with nine more albums including Crazy World (1990), Unbreakable (2004) and Sting in the Tail (2010) and release hit songs including “Wind of Change” and “Send Me an Angel”. Latest news about the Scorpions discloses a possible new album to be released containing unreleased songs that the band has recorded for its previous successful albums including Blackout and Love at First Sting.
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