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Thirty years strong and still rocking out, this German quintet virtually defined the Pop Metal genre. Their "Wind of Change" provided a fitting soundtrack to the end of the Cold War, and "Rock You Like a Hurricane" remains a fixture at air shows across the country. Between the dueling guitars of Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs, Jurgen Rosenthal's booming drums and Klaus Meine's high-pitched vocals, Scorpions have carved out a Hard Rock niche as distinct as it is bombastic. Anyone who has seen them live will tell you that their concerts always live up to their Monsters of Rock status, and that live is the only way to experience the band. To quote the title of their eleventh epic album, when you hear Scorpions, it's Love at First Sting.

Now with a lineup of Klaus Meine on vocals, Rudolf Schenker on rhythm guitar, Matthias Jabs on lead, Francis Buchholz on bass, and Herman Rarebell on drums, the band released Animal Magnetism in 1980 and embarked on another world tour. Surprisingly, Animal Magnetism went gold in the United States, and the Scorpions immediately went back into the studio to record their next release. Problems arose, however, and the project was postponed because Meine had lost his voice and would have to have surgery on his vocal chords. Many thought Meine had been fired from the band, and rumors spread that metal singer Don Dokken had already replaced him. The Scorpions proved these rumors untrue when Meine returned for the 1982 release Blackout, which contained the cult hit "No One Like You." A major success worldwide, Blackout sold over one-million copies in the U.S. alone. But as popular as Blackout was, it was the band's powerful follow-up, Love at First Sting, that succeeded in making them superstars. Released in 1984, the album boasted the MTV single "Rock You Like a Hurricane" and would eventually achieve double-platinum status. The group undertook one of their most successful world tours yet, boasting an outstanding stage show with high-energy performances.
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Sep 14 Thu 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Santander Arena
Reading, PA
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Sep 16 Sat 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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Laval, QUE
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Sep 22 Fri 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Budweiser Stage - Toronto
Toronto, ONT
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Sep 23 Sat 3:30 AM Scorpions Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL
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Broomfield, CO
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Spokane, WA
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Sep 30 Sat 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Tacoma Dome
Tacoma, WA
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Oct 3 Tue 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Grand Sierra Theatre
Reno, NV
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Oct 4 Wed 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Oracle Arena
Oakland, CA
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Oct 7 Sat 8:00 PM Scorpions & Megadeth The Forum - Los Angeles
Inglewood, CA
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Phoenix, AZ
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Oct 11 Wed 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Freeman Coliseum
San Antonio, TX
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Oct 14 Sat 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth BB&T Center
Sunrise, FL
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Oct 15 Sun 3:30 AM Scorpions & Megadeth Amalie Arena
Tampa, FL
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After releasing World Wide Live in 1985, the band took a long hiatus and remained uninvolved from the music industry for two years. Their tenth studio album, Savage Amusement, was finally released in 1988, and the hit ballad "Rhythm of Love" brought on another major success. In 1990, the album Crazy World was released and would eventually become the Scorpions' biggest-selling record to date, drawing on the strength of the hit ballad "Wind of Change."

Not too surprisingly, Crazy World was the last successful Scorpions release in the U.S. By the time their Face the Heat album hit the shelves in 1993, many longtime fans had already lost interest in the band, due to the alternative explosion of the early '90s. Face the Heat did eventually reach gold, and in 1995 the band released another live album, Live Bites. Now with bassist Ralph Rieckermann and drummer James Kottak, they released Pure Instinct in 1996. Mercury Records assembled a double album of the band's greatest hits, Deadly Sting: The Mercury Years, and released it in 1997. Eye II Eye, an album in which the band experimented with pop-techno melodies, was released in the summer of 1999. Moment of Glory, featuring the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and several revamped versions of Scorpions cult classics, was released in fall 2000.
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