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Scorpions - Lovedrive album download

Scorpions - Lovedrive album download

Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Album Rock,Pop-Metal,Arena Rock
September, 1978 - December, 1978
Recording location:
Dierks Studios, Cologne, Germany
MP3 archive size:
1802 mb
FLAC archive size:
1225 mb
Other formats:

Is There Anybody There.

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Lovedrive was the band’s first album to be released by Harvest/EMI following the band's departure from label RCA, and proved a major commercial breakthrough, reaching number 55 on the Billboard Top 200, which none of their previous five albums had dented at all. The RIAA certified the record as Gold on May 28, 1986. The album also proved a breakthrough in the UK where it was the first Scorpions album to chart and peaked at number 36. It also ranked 25 on IGN's 2007 list of the top 25 metal albums.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Loving You Sunday Morning Klaus Meine / Herman Rarebell / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 5:39
2 Another Piece of Meat Herman Rarebell / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 3:31
3 Always Somewhere Klaus Meine / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 4:57
4 Coast to Coast Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 4:43
5 Can't Get Enough Klaus Meine / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 2:37
6 Is There Anybody There? Klaus Meine / Herman Rarebell / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 3:58
7 Lovedrive Klaus Meine / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 4:52
8 Holiday Klaus Meine / Rudolf Schenker Scorpions 6:32
  • Lovedrive has to be one of the real 'sleepers' of the 70's. Top shelf guitar LP. Highly recommended to anyone who is into early metal and hard drive rock. Not a cut to skip here. Michael Schenker guests on three songs

  • Lovedrive was the first album by Scorpions to chart in the U.S and it marked the start of their commercial success era.Without Uli Jon Roth on board the band hired Matthias Jabs who would go on to become their longest serving lead guitar player but he didn't make this album so great, it was the legendary Michael Schenker who just left UFO at the time and joined Scorpions for a while to play some killer licks.The songs on here are more simple and are not deep from a lyrical point of view but for the genres of Heavy Metal and Hard Rock they are really great.No one can forget catchy and nice tunes such as Loving You Sunday Morning and Another Piece of Meat which are filled with amazing solos and with soaring vocals.The song Coast to Coast shows Michael's amazing skills with a face melting solo and the ballads Always Somewhere and Holiday are soft and touching with their mellow music and lyrics.The hilights of this album are the underrated tracks. The song Can't Get Enough is a crushing Metal anthem with a great vocal melody from Klaus and the song Is There Anybody There is a unique mix of Reggae and Rock that has a cool solo from Matthias Jabs.In conclusion, this album is another masterpiece by Scorps and even though it's not as daring and thought provoking as the Uli Jon Roth era albums it's a well made record and a classic of its genre of commercial Hard Rock.

  • 1979 saw more personnel change for Scorpions, with Uli Roth splitting the ship to be replaced by Matthias Jabs, and the return of half drunk, temperamental Guitarist Michael Schenker which would, for some of this recording, maintain a triple pronged Guitar attack. 1978 saw the seeds of a more accessible Heavy Metal, partly due to the success of Van Halen’s debut, and Scorpions were one of a number of acts that would follow in their path by maintaining the distinctive instrumental Metal thunder, but exploring more melodic and mainstream melodies. “Lovedrive” is the first and possibly best example of this new synthesis from Scorpions lengthy back catalogue. There’s little doubt that these fledgling recordings were the inspiration for the much heralded NWOBHM that dominated Metal music in the early and mid 1980’s, and “Lovedrive” contains all the crushing riffs, and melodic harmonies to guide a new generation. “Loving You Sunday Morning” fundamentally states the bands new leanings perfectly, with a killer hook, melodic vocals and trademark searing solos. The harder edge is still there in spades on “Another Piece Of Meat” to remind the listener where Scorpions had cut their cumulative teeth. The Guitar interplay works perfectly and surprisingly Rhythm Guitars are upfront on many of the tracks, which makes for an interesting exception to the torrent of Lead riffs which many bands of the time operated. This is particularly noticeable on the superb instrumental “Coast To Coast”, which meshes the three Guitarists through a vital crescendo of exhilarating rifferama. The title track maintains the adrenaline of the rest, and if one has to pick out a failing, it’s the clumsy Reggae of “Is There Anybody There” which over extends the Scorpions versatility badly, and the ballads “Always Somewhere” and “Holiday” are fine, but with the advent of the horrendous “power ballads” years later, sound extremely dated. The band would wait another three years to find an album that would rival this (“Blackout”). There’s little doubt that Scorpions had never sounded as good as this. Pity they had to bugger it all up in the mid 80’s.