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Scorpions new album in February 2022


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German hard rock legends SCORPIONS will release their 19th studio album, "Rock Believer", on February 11, 2022. The LP's first single, "Peacemaker", will precede the full-length effort on October 21, 2021.

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Hmmmm.....

German rock band Scorpions have announced they will break up after a career spanning over 40 years. Best known for their European hit single Wind of Change, a statement on the band's website read: "We agree we have reached the end of the road." ... Scorpions have released more than 20 albums since they started out.Jan 25, 2010

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1 minute ago, AlphaMale said:

Hmmmm.....

German rock band Scorpions have announced they will break up after a career spanning over 40 years. Best known for their European hit single Wind of Change, a statement on the band's website read: "We agree we have reached the end of the road." ... Scorpions have released more than 20 albums since they started out.Jan 25, 2010

Must've realised they had only released 18. 

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Man, Scorps have been around a long time. I first got into them with 'Tokyo Tapes' album. It's not mentioned much, but IMO, Matthias Jabs joining the band, he was the piece that catapulted them. 

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