Best of: Millennium Collection - 20th Century Masters Best of
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|1. Rock You Like A Hurricane|
|2. No One Like You|
|3. The Zoo|
|4. Loving You Sunday Morning|
|5. Still Loving You|
|6. Big City Nights|
|7. Believe In Love|
|8. Rhythm Of Love|
|9. I Can't Explain|
|10. Tease Me Please Me|
|11. Wind Of Change|
|12. Send Me An Angel|
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're only looking for the radio hits...well, here they are.
First and foremost, the pros. This is a compilation from Germany's finest hard rock band. Most of the band's major hits (Rock You Like A Hurricane, The Zoo, Loving You Sunday Morning, No One Like You, Still Loving You, Big City Nights, Rhythm Of Love, their cover of the Who classic I Can't Explain, Wind Of Change, Send Me An Angel (this is not the same song as the one of the same name by Real Life,) and Tease Me Please Me) are featured in this compilation. The best thing about this compilation is that it's single disc, yet it has just about every major hit the band has ever done. Being single disc, it is a better value than any of the two-disc compilations.
Unfortunately, the compilation isn't perfect. It doesn't fill the eighty minutes that can fit on a CD. And, like most band's greatest hits albums, the songs are horribly out of their original order of release. It can't be that hard to keep them in order, people. And then there's the flaw that every Scorpions hits compilation suffers from - NO TRACKS FROM THE MICHAEL SCHENKER AND ULI ROTH ERAS! That means the first five albums the band released have ZERO REPRESENTATION. What a shame. Likewise, Hurricane 2000, from the Moment Of Glory album, is missing in action. I thought it was a fairly big hit.Read more ›
Anybody wanting to catch the real best of the Scorpions would be well served by spending a little more and getting acquainted with their earlier work. The Scorpions became a hair band, but managed to forge the fundamental backbone of European heavy metal in the 70s.
Rush right out now and buy Fly To The Rainbow, Virgin Killer, and In Trance. Lonesome Crow, if you can find it will blow your mind.
Most recent customer reviews
This is not a bad compilation of songs by the Scorpions. The price was right also.Published 4 months ago by Richard D. Graham
Great mix of tunes. Brings me back to the early days of metal. We are very glad we picked it upPublished on April 24 2014 by D.M. Foreman
This is the kind of disc that you would get if you either have a small budget or just liked the Scorpions' hit songs. Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2003 by Mike
Good compilation of songs, but not all the best though. Listen to Bad For Good instead.Published on Oct. 2 2003