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World Wide Live (Remastered)


Download links and information about World Wide Live (Remastered) by Scorpions. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:19:06 minutes.

Artist: Scorpions
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:19:06
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No. Title Length
1. Countdown (Live) 0:44
2. Coming Home (Live) 3:17
3. Blackout (Live) 4:04
4. Bad Boys Running Wild (Live) 3:52
5. Loving You Sunday Morning (Live) 4:41
6. Make It Real (Live) 3:49
7. Big City Nights (Live) 4:58
8. Coast to Coast (Live) 5:13
9. Holiday (Live) 3:23
10. Still Loving You (Live) 5:49
11. Rock You Like a Hurricane (Live) 4:15
12. Can't Live Without You (Live) 5:32
13. Another Piece of Meat (Live) 3:46
14. The Zoo (Live) 5:55
15. No One Like You (Live) 4:09
16. Dynamite (Live) 7:14
17. Can't Get Enough, Pt. 1 (Live) 2:16
18. Six String Sting (Live) 4:15
19. Can't Get Enough, Pt. 2 (Live) 1:54



Recorded in California, France, and West Germany during 1984’s Love at First Sting Tour, World Wide Live captures Scorpions at the indisputable peak of their career. Propelled by the crossover success of “Rock You Like a Hurricane,” Scorpions were playing the biggest shows of their life but hadn't yet lost their early hunger. The most crucial aspect of this kind of live album is the sound. After all, it’s extremely hard to retain a metal band’s cohesive attack when recording in cavernous sports arenas. Fortunately, Scorpions worked with their longtime engineer Dieter Dierks, who was able to maintain a sound quality that was full-bodied and very realistic. These recordings are rare among concert albums in that they somehow translate both the largeness of the venues and the tightly wound attack of the music. Highlights include “Blackout,” “Bad Boys Running Wild,” and “Holiday.” “Rock You Like a Hurricane” sounds like it was written specifically for this type of venue, and by the time you reach that performance, you start to understand the additional juice these songs are given in the live setting.