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Catalog Number: P2 26889
Klaus Meine vocals|
Rudolf Schenker rhythm, lead, and acoustic guitars
Matthias Jabs lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars
Herman Rarebell drums and keyboards
Ralph Rieckermann bass guitar
Released as International and US versions with different track listings.
|1. ||Tease Me Please Me ||4:52|
|2. ||Is There Anybody There? ||4:08|
|3. ||Rhythm of Love ||3:45|
|4. ||In Trance ||4:06|
|5. ||No Pain No Gain ||4:06|
|6. ||When the Smoke Is Going Down ||2:37|
|7. ||Ave Maria No Morro International vers. only ||3:15|
|8. ||Living for Tomorrow ||6:55|
|9. ||Concerto in V ||3:00|
|10. ||Alien Nation ||5:29|
|11. ||Hit Between The Eyes International vers. only ||4:08|
|12. ||Crazy World ||5:33|
|13. ||Wind of Change ||5:46|
|14. ||Heroes Don't Cry new studio track ||4:32|
|15. ||White Dove new studio track ||4:18|
|16. ||Edge of Time new studio track US vers. only ||4:07|
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|Total Running Time:|| 70:37|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Amy Redding
||Date: May 17, 2001 at 19:44|
|Pretty good live album, but production is a bit off.
||Date: May 31, 2002 at 23:13|
|There is nothing wrong with the production on this great one disc live cd. Great performances on part of the Scorpion boys. The 3 bonus track included at the end of the cd are also very good. "Edge Of Time" is awesome, & the other two get their points across as well (well, at least "White Dove" does). If you are a big fan of the Scorpions, then you already know that they kick total ass live, so why not add this disc to your collection if you haven't already? Or just buy it for the bonus tracks.
||Date: August 24, 2002 at 4:20|
|Here some food-for-thought: As soon as longtime drummer Herman Rarebell leaves the Scorps on 'Live Bites',his last three studio tracks with the band being included at the end of the cd, the band goes totally soft on us! 'Pure Instinct'? What? A lot of that cd is reminiscent of put-a-flower-in-your-hair-and-dance-around-the-ocean-naked-music. Herman, being a real good, basic, rock 'n' roll drummer, got replaced by some mambsy-pambsy percussionist on 'PI'. Glad that James-boy replaced him, though.
|From: The Fizzy One
||Date: September 16, 2002 at 20:00|
|Most of the 6.5 I gave this album is due to "Tease Me Please Me," "In Trance," and "Wind of Change," with the throat-lumping sing-along at the end. Hey, if Rarebell is so great and so instruemtnal to the Scorp's hard-rock sound, how come two of his last three tracks are ballads, and "White Dove" is damn hokey!
||Date: October 21, 2002 at 18:30|
|tan buenos como siempre!!
|From: Big Papa K
||Date: June 29, 2004 at 18:28|
|This is one of the weirdest song selections for a live album, containing some of their latest hits, but mixing it with obscure album tracks. Of the new songs, "Edge Of Time" is good, but the others are weak. 5/10
||Date: December 3, 2004 at 12:44|
|I've always been a fan of live stuff but they could have heavied the thing up some. Maybe Break out or something to that effect.
||Date: February 14, 2012 at 12:26|
|fantastic live album from the best hard rock band of the history.ok alien nation is not my cup of tea.but the rest is a dream.excellent sound super production.the 2 studio bonus tracks are 2 ballads.simply marvellous."white dove " is a real hit!i ve seen them in concert in lyon at this time.that was the first scorpion s live performance of james kottak in replacement of herman rarebell.in french we says "y a pas photo" literally"there is no picture".traduction james kottak is an extraordinary drumer better better better than herman rarebell.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: February 14, 2012 at 21:01|
|A fairly brief and forgettable live offering from the Scorps. Six of the eleven live tracks come from albums released since thsir last live album, and of them, "Tease Me, Please Me" is fun, "Alien Nation" is nice and heavy, and "Wind Of Change" (a song I don't hate the way 95% of Scorps fans seem to) ends with a stirring crowd sing-along. A couple older, less commonly played songs appear as well, with great renditions of "In Trance" and 'When The Smoke Is Coming Down." Overall, though, this set just doesn't pack the punch of World Wide Live. Of the studio tracks, "White Dove" is real nice, but is nearly ruined by endless "na-na-na's" and a squeaky-voiced female or child singer in the bridge. I gave it 55/100. Just not an essential release in any way.
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: December 26, 2012 at 14:52|
|This live album was recorded during the band's "Face The Heat" World Tour...actually on this tour the band played for the very first time in my country(Venezuela)and in the inner notes of the CD appeared some live photos and a piece of a local newspaper talking about the event...it contains 3 studio tracks that without being extremely good ones it can satisfy the listeners quite well,i think...90/100
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