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3.0 out of 5 stars time to stop, 5 April 2010
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I am of course a Scorps fan from the very first days and even if this album rocks, it is just boring for me. It sounds like lost sessions from previous albums patched together to make a quick buck before going on retirement. I do admire them, they had exceptional longevity, and made quite a few great things, but this is not worth it in my opinion, so 3 stars only.
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Initial post: 5 Apr 2010 17:41:17 BDT
C. Ruiz says:
Even if this album is boring and average, is still way better than the best albums of modern rock bands, better than nickelback's dark horse, better than any album you name of those "bands", and even better than black ice from ac/dc. They are so talented that an average album beats best ones from all those bands (new and old), these "leftovers" are, by far, better than most (if not all) rock music out there ;)

In reply to an earlier post on 6 Apr 2010 21:49:09 BDT
R. W. says:
I think most fans are being nostalgic and not reviewing the album for what it is - it's not as good as HH 1 for example and I also think it's a bit rushed and the songs are good but not a great album to finish with.

In reply to an earlier post on 29 Apr 2010 20:01:14 BDT
C. Ruiz says:
I agree with you in that most fans (myself included) are being nostalgic, HH1 has an awesome production, is a masterpiece, no doubt about that, but SITT simply rocks, most songs on it are straight forward rock 'n roll, after all rock 'n roll is about simplicity, and you get it with SITT,........but well, it may be a bit rushed like you said, I would have loved the last album being recorded with the classic line up: Klaus, Rudy, Mat, Herman and Francis, that would have been fantastic
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