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Bad For Good: The Very Best of Scorpions
 : Bad For Good: The Very Best of Scorpions

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by: Scorpions


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0731454811828
Item Dimensions: 5148821563
Label: Hip-O
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Hip-O
Model: 2140139
MPN: 0I
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 28, 2002
Publisher: Hip-O
Release Date: May 28, 2002
Studio: Hip-O




Disc 1:
  1. Rock You Like A Hurricane
  2. Loving You Sunday Morning
  3. The Zoo
  4. No One Like You
  5. Blackout
  6. Still Loving You
  7. Big City Nights
  8. Believe In Love
  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
  17. Cause I Love You
  18. Bad For Good
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Germany's most popular musical export EVER are still rockin' like a hurricane 30 years after their first album! All their U.S. hits- Wind of Change; Rock You Like a Hurricane; No One Like You; Rhythm of Love; Still Loving You , and Send Me an Angel -join Tease Me Please Me; I Can't Explain , and ten more. Rock on!

Amazon.com:
Sure they're big, dumb, and obvious, but weren't the Ramones? Isn't Britney? (Especially Britney!) It is, after all, no mean feat to forge a bona fide rock stereotype, let alone become a self-perpetuating parody of said cliché in the bargain. Fashions may come and go, but the Scorpions still "Rock You Like a Hurricane"--and now at sporting events the nation over, no less. The material here leans heavily on the Hanover band's '80s prime, a period when they burnished their melodic pop-metal tack--if not their traditional spandex couture--all the way to the top of the charts, capping a decade of journeyman hard-rocking. There isn't much here from their formative '70s period (with the exception of Animal Magnetism's metal-shuffle "The Zoo"), but proto-power ballads like "No One Like You" and "Still Loving You," and hook-filled, power chord pomp like "Big City Nights" helped pave the way for the rise of the glam metal of Poison and G'N'R in the late '80s--and hey, thanks for that. That hard-pop sense also comes to fore on an '89 cover of the Who's "I Can't Explain" and a pair of undeniably consistent new recordings, the title track and "Cause I Love You." Scorpions über alles! --Jerry McCulley



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