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Scorpions “MTV Unplugged” Hits The Streets In January Via Sony International

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Scorpions “MTV Unplugged” Hits The Streets In January Via Sony International

Sony International has announce the release of SCORPIONS‘ new offering “MTV Unplugged”. Due out in North America on January 21, 2014, material from “MTV Unplugged” is taken from the SCORPIONS‘ first-ever “MTV Unplugged” show and features new acoustic versions of best-loved classic hits, as well as five brand new songs. “MTV Unplugged” will be available in two formats — a standard CD and a deluxe version featuring CD + DVD. “MTV Unplugged” will be released in 50 countries, a testament to the German band’s iconic status worldwide.

Recorded and filmed just a few months ago on September 11 and September 12 of this year, “MTV Unplugged” was culled from two dynamic acoustic sets at the Lycabettus Theatre in Athens, Greece. The spectacular open-air theatre, situated 300 meters above the city, was an impressive backdrop for the first-ever open-air show in the history of “MTV Unplugged” (the theatre also shares a birth year with the SCORPIONS themselves, having been built in 1965, the same year the SCORPIONS formed). Of the choice to film/record “MTV Unplugged” at the Lycabettus Theatre, SCORPIONS‘ singer/guitarist Klaus Meine commented, “We have fabulous fans all over the world, but the Greeks are absolute die-hards fans.”

SCORPIONS is Klaus Meine (vocals/guitar), Rudolf Schenker (guitars/vocals), Matthias Jabs (guitars), Pawel Maciwoda (bass) and James Kottak (drums); additional musical support on “MTV Unplugged” includes contributions from Swedish musicians and producers Mikael Nord Andersson (guitars, mandolin, lap steel, vocals) and Martin Hansen (guitars, harmonica, vocals). The duo is also responsible for the arrangements on “MTV Unplugged”.

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“MTV Unplugged” track listing:

CD

01. Sting In The Tail
02. Can’t Live Without You
03. The Best Is Yet To Come
04. Dancing With The Moonlight (new song)
05. Delicate Dance – new song
06. Love Is The Answer (new song)
07. Follow Your Heart (new song)
08. Send Me An Angel
09. Where The River Flows
10. Rock You Like A Hurricane
11. Blackout
12. Still Loving You
13. Big City Nights
14. Wind Of Change
15. No One Like You

DVD

01. Sting In The Tail
02. Can’t Live Without You
03. Pictured Life
04. Speedy’s Coming
05. Born To Touch Your Feelings
06. The Best Is Yet To Come
07. Dancing With The Moonlight (new song)
08. In Trance
09. When You Came Into My Life
10. Delicate Dance – new song
11. Love Is The Answer (new song)
12. Follow Your Heart (new song)
13. Send Me An Angel
14. Where The River Flows
15. Passion Rules The Game
16. Rock You Like A Hurricane
17. Hit Between The Eyes
18. Drum-Athenica
19. Rock N’ Roll Band (new song)
20. Blackout
21. Still Loving You
22. Big City Nights
23. Wind Of Change
24. No One Like You
25. When The Smoke Is Going Down

SCORPIONS are still in the midst of their epic farewell world tour; the tour has been going on for more than three years now. To the delight of their fans there is no end in sight, as to date the band has only played 23 out of the 38 countries planned on the itinerary.

SCORPIONS is one of the most successful international hard rock bands of all time, selling upwards of 75 million records worldwide and playing more than 5,000 concerts in 80+ countries globally. Formed in Germany in 1965, the band has come to be known for its colossal radio and MTV hits “Rock You Like A Hurricane”“No One Like You” and “Wind Of Change”, as well as their status as international rock ambassadors. VH1 ranked the SCORPIONS as the #46 Artist on the “Greatest Artists Of Hard Rock” special, while “Rock You Like A Hurricane” came in at #18 on VH1‘s “Greatest Hard Rock Songs”. The band recently received a star on the Hollywood RockWalk in Los Angeles. To date, SCORPIONS have released 18 studio albums and 5 live records.

Above courtesy of Blabbermouth

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