Scorpions - Acoustica
EastWest Records
Acoustic Live
15 songs (70'29)
Release year: 2001
Scorpions, EastWest Records
Reviewed by Sin

What's nice with Scorpions, is that is always very funny to review them. After 2 pretty medium albums, and a good Symphonic Live, here comes yet another live, acoustic this time. Or "how to make money on one night !". To be more objective I'd say that the live is good, pretty good actually. The different songs of the band plus the different covers contained in this CD (with the superb Dust In The Wind from Kansas) are all played to the perfection and the classics like The Zoo, Hurricane 2001 and Always Somewhere are very well adapted to be played as acoustic versions.

There's of course the "unmissable" three ballads (you see what I mean) : Winds Of Changes, Still Loving You and Send Me An Angel. So in the end this live album is a very good one. So why am I unhappy about it ? Easy, the only reason is that it's maybe not very nice to take the fans for fools by releasing a Live album every year. See you next year with a duo live with DJ Bobo...

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Scorpions - Sting In The Tail reviewed by Marty and quoted 90 / 100
Scorpions - Humanity - Hour 1 reviewed by Marty and quoted 80 / 100
Scorpions - Unbreakable reviewed by Marty and quoted 82 / 100
Scorpions - Moment Of Glory - DVD reviewed by Danny and quoted no quote
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