Scorpions (band) songs

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  1. Still Loving You

    Still Loving You (1984)


    "Still Loving You" is a song by the German rock band Scorpions. It was released in July 1984 as the second single from their studio album, Love at First Sting (1984). The song reached number 64 on Billboard Hot 100. In France, the single sold 1.7 million copies.

  2. Wind of Change

    Wind of Change (1990)


    "Wind of Change" is a power ballad written by Klaus Meine, the lead singer of the German rock band Scorpions. It appeared on their 1990 album Crazy World, but did not become a worldwide hit single until 1991—just after the failed coup that led to the collapse of the Soviet Communist regime—when it topped the charts in Germany and across Europe and hit No. 4 in the United States and No. 2 in the United Kingdom. It later appeared on the band's 1995 live album Live Bites, their 2000 album with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Moment of Glory, and on their 2001 unplugged album Acoustica. Worldwide, the single has sold millions of copies, making it one of the best selling singles of all time; a common number given is 14 million copies sold. It holds the record for the best-selling single by a German artist.

  3. No One Like You

    No One Like You (1982)


    "No One Like You" is a song by the German heavy metal band Scorpions, written by band members Rudolf Schenker (guitar) and Klaus Meine (vocals). It first appeared on the band's 1982 album Blackout, and was one of three hit singles from the album. The song also appeared on multiple "Greatest Hits" type albums, including Best of Rockers 'n' Ballads, Bad for Good: The Very Best of Scorpions and Box of Scorpions.

  4. Send Me an Angel

    Send Me an Angel (1990)


    "Send Me an Angel" is a power ballad by German heavy metal band Scorpions, released on their 1990 album Crazy World. Along with "Wind of Change", it became the album's signature track, reaching number 44 on Billboard Hot 100 Chart, number 8 on the Mainstream Rock Chart and high chart positions in many European countries. In Poland, it peaked at #3.

  5. Rock You Like a Hurricane

    Rock You Like a Hurricane (1984)


    "Rock You Like a Hurricane" is a song by the German hard rock band Scorpions. The song was released as the second track of their 1984 album Love at First Sting.

  6. Big City Nights

    Big City Nights (1984)


    "Big City Nights" is a song by German hard rock band Scorpions. The song was released as the sixth track of their 1984 album Love at First Sting. Like many Scorpions songs, "Big City Nights" was composed by band members Rudolf Schenker and Klaus Meine. The song was also released as the third single from the album (the B-side of it being "Bad Boys Running Wild") in 1984. The guitar solo is performed by Rudolf Schenker.

  7. Rhythm of Love

    Rhythm of Love (1988)


    "Rhythm of Love" is a song by German hard rock band Scorpions. It was released on Harvest/EMI.

  8. The Zoo

    The Zoo (1980)


    "The Zoo" is a song by the German rock Scorpions. It was written by group members Rudolf Schenker (guitar) and Klaus Meine (vocals).

  9. Humanity

    Humanity (2007)


  10. Passion Rules The Game

    Passion Rules The Game (1989)


    "Passion Rules the Game" is a song by the German hard rock band Scorpions from their album Savage Amusement. It was released in 1989 on Harvest/EMI. The song peaked at #74 on the UK Singles Chart.

  11. Ruby Tuesday

    Ruby Tuesday (1967)


    "Ruby Tuesday" is a song recorded by The Rolling Stones in 1966, released in January 1967. The song, coupled with "Let's Spend the Night Together", was a number-one hit in the United States and reached number three in the United Kingdom.

  12. Love Of My Life

    Love Of My Life (1975)


    "Love of My Life" is a ballad by the British rock band Queen from their 1975 album A Night at the Opera. The song was written by Freddie Mercury about Mary Austin, with whom he had a long term relationship in the early 1970s. After performing the song in South America in 1981, the version from their live album Live Killers reached number 1 in the singles chart in Argentina and Brazil, and stayed in the charts in Argentina for an entire year.

  13. Across The Universe

    Across The Universe (1975)


    "Across the Universe" is a song recorded by the Beatles. It was written by John Lennon, and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song first appeared on the various artists' charity compilation album No One's Gonna Change Our World in December 1969, and later, in different form, on Let It Be, the group's final released album.

  14. (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame

    (Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame (1961)


    "(Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame" is a song recorded in a hit version by Elvis Presley and published by Elvis Presley Music in 1961. It was written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and originally recorded by Del Shannon on the album Runaway With Del Shannon, which was released in June 1961. The more famous and successful recording by Elvis Presley was released in August 1961. The relatively intense tune, featuring a Bo Diddley beat, performed well on both pop and easy listening stations, reaching No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 2 on the Easy Listening chart, based (at the time) on the Top 100. The single (a double A-side with "Little Sister") made No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart.

  15. I Can't Explain

    I Can't Explain (1973)


    "I Can't Explain" is a song by the English rock band The Who, written by Pete Townshend, and produced by Shel Talmy. The song was issued as a single in December 1964 in the United States and on 15 January 1965 in the United Kingdom.

  16. Children Of The Revolution

    Children Of The Revolution (1972)


    "Children of the Revolution" is a song by T. Rex, written by Marc Bolan. It was a No. 2 hit single in September 1972. The song broke their sequence of four official single releases all reaching No. 1 ("Hot Love", "Get It On", "Telegram Sam", "Metal Guru"). It did not receive a regular album release.

  17. All Day & All Of The Night

    All Day & All Of The Night (1964)


    "All Day and All of the Night" is a song by the British band The Kinks from 1964. It reached No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 7 on Billboard‍ '​s United States chart in 1965. The song was released on the American studio album Kinks-Size.

  18. Shapes Of Things

    Shapes Of Things (1966)


    "Shapes of Things" is a song by the English rock group the Yardbirds. With its Eastern-sounding, feedback-laden guitar solo and anti-war/pro-environmental lyrics, it "can justifiably be classified as the first psychedelic rock classic", according to music critic Richie Unterberger. The song was built on musical elements contributed by several group members in three different recording studios in the US. When it was released as a single on 25 February 1966, it was their first composition to become a record chart hit. The song reached the pop Top 40 in several countries, but, aside from compilations, was not included on a Yardbirds' album.

  19. Tin Soldier

    Tin Soldier (1967)


    "Tin Soldier" is a rock song written by Steve Marriott (credited to Marriott/Lane). It was originally released on 2 December 1967, by the popular English band Small Faces. The song peaked at number nine in the UK singles chart. It has since been covered by many other notable rock artists.

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