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World Wide Live: Remastered Live

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  • Audio CD (31 Jan. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: EMI Music UK
  • ASIN: B00005RFV0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 214,417 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Countdown
  2. Coming Home
  3. Blackout
  4. Bad Boys Running Wild
  5. Loving You Sunday Morning
  6. Make It Real
  7. Big City Nights
  8. Coast to Coast
  9. Holiday
  10. Still Loving You
  11. Rock You Like a Hurricane
  12. Can't Live Without You
  13. Another Piece Of Meat
  14. Dynamite
  15. The Zoo
  16. No One Like You
  17. Can't Get Enough (Part 1)
  18. Six String String
  19. Can't Get Enough (Part 2)

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...Forget about those 80's rock cliches & just think about the music. Before Wind Of Change turned them into a 'pop' band, The Scorpions were one of the world's great live bands.
After 'Countdown' slowly whips the crowd into a frenzy, 'Coming Home' kicks in and must be one of the best ever opening live tracks alongside 'Aces High' and 'Tie You're Mother Down'.
Much of the material is from The Scorps' best LPs 'Love At First Sting', 'Blackout' and 'Animal Magnetism'.
Thinking man's metal this is not...but good-time rock'n'roll it certainly is. As Klaus most rightly says, "It's a Rock'n'Roll Hurricane"!!
'New' favourites like 'Big City Nights' and 'Rock You Like A Hurricane' mixed with Scorps classics like 'The Zoo', 'Holiday' and 'No One Like You' proved to be an irresistible combination as America, in particular, lapped it up.
The highlight is, without doubt, the best version of probably the greatest ever rock ballad, 'Still Loving You'. The depth of feeling feeling in Klaus' vocalsand Rudolf 'the red nosed' Schenker's guitars are apparent in this most beautiful of ballads.
The Scorpions were never the most fashionable or famous rock band but, for those of us lucky enough to see them live at their peak, this is a wonderful reminder of how much fun rock music used to be.
Unfortunately grunge, old age and a general lack of good ideas meant the The Scorpions would never be the same again. This album serves as a reminder of a great band at their peak, and also of a more innocent age in heavy rock, before the doom merchants of today dug their depressing claws in.
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It is easy to forget how enormous the Scorpions were before they flushed themselves so determinedly down the toilet after this record. They are also notable for having once used the word 'therefore' in a song.

This is a document of a band at the height of their powers. The sound is more raw than on their obver-polished studio releases, and each song ROCKS. I can even listen to the 2 ballads without automatically pressing fast forward. Fact is that the Scorpions know a melody when they hear one, and this album is crammed full of them.

This is the unofficial best of album - it has atmosphere, all the best tracks, and none of the new rubbish, which no one wants to hear. Absolutely excellent.
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This was released to celebrate the tour following the Love at First Sting album. The Scorps were still big on hair, loud guitars, open-mouthed posing and heavy metal tunes - not the rubbish they started releasing after that song about Moscow and whistling came out, which has appeared on every rock ballad album ever since.
The songs are superb - Rock You Like a Hurricane, The Zoo, Noone Like You, Make It Real, Loving You Sunday Morning, Another Piece of Meat.
This is a great live album - the band really could rock with the best of them. The video that came out at the same time is also one of the best heavy metal live videos as well, with shows from all around the world, rather than just one show in one stadium from start to finish. The Scorpions really were brilliant - I don't know what went wrong (sob).
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This is a really poor copy of what is an amazing album - Spoilt by the mix. Rhythm guitar and vocals on one channel Lead on the other and the quaality of the CD recording is really poo. Not quite sure how this is possible.
I bought the tape copy over 20years ago and its still better than this CD!?
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This is a live CD that appeals from start to finish. The recording quality is good and the best repertoire. The disc features songs of the four studio albums immediately antreriores this. The CD portrays the disc tour "Love At First Sting". The band was in a great phase and quite vibrant. Highlights are "Still Loving You", "Rock You Like A Hurricane", "Holiday" and "Blackout". Very nice! Note 9.0.
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Great material from the early/mid eighties. Captures the band at a time when I saw them several times (brings it all back). The recording quality isn't the best for a live rock album of this period, but then again it does capture the frenzied energy and (in my opinion, under-rated) musicality of a Scorpions concert.
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One of the best live albums ever made, up there with unleashed in the east and live after death. A true classic of the era, great sound quality which means it's just like a "best of" album only with a good few thousand screaming fans in the background! Every Scorpions fan will own this, most 80's metallers should.
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The track listing, in my opinion, pretty much covers The Scorpions best period, so for me it is a live 'best of'. The quality of the recording is unusually good for a live album (I know it is a re-master but even so) which helps to appreciate just what a great live band they were. Cannot fault it. Will be seeing them at The Ramblin' Man Fair in July this year so will hopefully get to hear most, if not all of this, in the flesh and come away thinking what a good live band they still are.
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