Category: Classic Rock

Leave Me - Scorpions - The Original Scorpions (CD, Album)


  1. Lonesome Crow represents a very young Scorpions that features Michael Schenker (16 years old at the time of this recording) on guitar together with his brother Rudolph. It’s obvious that this album was heavily inspired by the early albums of Black Sabbath, although it has more of a “bluesy rock with a hint of psychedelic groove” feeling.
  2. The album had several different sleeves and was re-titled Action for its initial release in Scandinavia, The Scorpions for one release, and The Original Scorpions, with a different running order, for a Japanese release in and its first-ever CD issue in The German reissue cover art was created by the artist Rodney Matthews.
  3. In , an official 'Platinum Edition' was released by Warner Music Thailand, which coupled the original CD with a VCD. The VCD features behind-the-scenes and rehearsal footage as well as a band interview, conducted in English by a Thai television crew. Reception. The album attained gold status in Brazil, and the DVD attained platinum status.
  4. Dec 11,  · Rock N Roll Experience is where you can find all the greatest Rock & Roll music! Find your favourite songs and artists, and (re)discover the classic hits. From Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly to.
  5. Albums Compilations Singles DVD / Videos Born To Touch Your Feelings – Best Of Rock Ballads Wind Of Change (Japan Import) VIEW ALBUM First Sting (Video EP VHS) VIEW ALBUM We Build This House VIEW ALBUM Forever And A Day VIEW ALBUM The Best of Scorpions VIEW ALBUM Best VIEW ALBUM Big City Nights.
  6. Apr 06,  · Please tell me what you think are the worst and best albums by the Scorpions. Thanks for watching! Spoiler-Alert! The songs played in the video: Eye To Eye You And I Leave Me .
  7. Dec 16,  · Michael would leave the band after this album to join UFO the following year. Recorded from the original vinyl. Written by Michael Schenker, Rudolph Schenker, Klaus Meine, Wolfgang Dziony & .
  8. The Original Scorpions, an Album by Scorpions. Released 1 September on Polystar (catalog no. P33X; CD). Genres: Hard Rock, Krautrock, Progressive Rock.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *