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Fly To The Rainbow
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Hard Rocker
||Date: January 30, 2005 at 22:38|
|Fantastic album... All songs are very good and the homonymous one has a prog touch of the early Scorpions... If you love rock or hard rock music then you should get this one cuase is really good!!!
||Date: February 27, 2005 at 16:52|
|Flojillo si se compara con los que vienen después. Para mi se salvan FLy people fly (preciosa) y los alaridos de Klaus en Drifting sun.
|From: Lights Out
||Date: January 8, 2013 at 16:30|
|With the release of Fly to the Rainbow Scorpions begin to develop their band identity as a versatile melodic hard-rock outfit. As a contrast to their commercial anthem-oriented era of the eighties this is more in line with thinking mans' metal, with a good assortment of songwriting styles featured. "Speedy's Coming" is great as an album starter with aggressive leads from new guitarist Uli Jon Roth. (Replaces Michael Schenker who was persuaded away by UFO) If you notice different singers during the course of this album that is attributed to Rudolf singing during the verse of "They Need A Million" and Uli on "Drifting Sun", as well as some spoken words for the outstanding title track "Fly to the Rainbow". Roth is a very dynamic and talented player who mixes some Hendrix with his more purist classical background. "Fly People Fly" is a strong melodic ballad but my favorite two pieces would probably be "This is My Song" and "Far Away", two softer mid-tempo tracks that ooze eloquence.
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