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Album: Bad for Good: The Very Best of Scorpions
# Song Title   Time
1)    Rock You Like a Hurricane
2)    Loving You Sunday Morning
3)    Zoo, The
4)    No One Like You
5)    Blackout
6)    Still Loving You - (single version)
7)    Big City Nights
8)    Believe in Love - (single version)
9)    Rhythm of Love
10)    I Can't Explain
11)    Wind of Change
12)    Send Me an Angel
13)    Don't Believe Her
14)    Tease Me Please Me
15)    Hit Between the Eyes
16)    Alien Nation - (single version)
17)    Cause I Love You - (new recording)
18)    Bad for Good - (new recording)
 

Album: Bad for Good: The Very Best of Scorpions
# Song Title   Time
1)    Rock You Like a Hurricane
2)    Loving You Sunday Morning
3)    Zoo, The
4)    No One Like You
5)    Blackout
6)    Still Loving You - (single version)
7)    Big City Nights
8)    Believe in Love - (single version)
9)    Rhythm of Love
10)    I Can't Explain
11)    Wind of Change
12)    Send Me an Angel
13)    Don't Believe Her
14)    Tease Me Please Me
15)    Hit Between the Eyes
16)    Alien Nation - (single version)
17)    Cause I Love You - (new recording)
18)    Bad for Good - (new recording)
 
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  • Producers: Dieter Derks, Bruce Fairbairn, Keith Olsen, Scorpions.
  • Compilation producer: Mike Ragogna.
  • Principally recorded between 1984 & 1993. Includes liner notes by Gerri Miller.
  • All tracks have been digitally remastered.
  • Three decades in, The Scorpions were still touring in the year 2002 in support of BAD FOR GOOD: THE VERY BEST OF SCORPIONS, an 18-track set drawn from the band's '80s heyday and more low-key '90s output. Benefiting from the solid chemistry between rhythm guitarist/founding member Rudolph Schenker and high-flying lead guitarist Mathias Jabs, along with Klaus Meine's distinctive vocals out front, The Scorpions racked up an impressive canon during an era when heavy metal ruled the roost.
  • Their most durable cuts were helmed by longtime producer Dieter Dierks, including the scorching anthem "Rock You Like A Hurricane," the soaring "No One Like You," the thunderous "Blackout," and the air-guitar-inducing "Big City Nights." An ability to deliver relatively wide-ranging material always put The Scorpions a notch above your average hard-rock outfit. When they weren't penning memorable power ballads like "Still Loving You," or reflecting on their first visit to New York City's then-decadent 42nd Street ("The Zoo"), The Scorps were credibly covering The Who for a charity album ("Can't Explain"). Most impressive is the global smash "Wind Of Change," a moving song of brotherhood written at a time when The Berlin Wall and The Iron Curtain were falling.
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