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Scorpions are a hard rock band from Hanover, Germany, best known for their '80s rock anthem "Rock You Like a Hurricane" and their singles "Wind of Change", "No One Like You" and "Still Loving You". Their latest album, Unbreakable was released in 2004 and the Scorpions continue to record and tour frequently. Scorpions are also known by their nickname, "The Ambassadors of Rock", as given to them by MTV.

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The Scorpions album Lovedrive is considered by many critics and fans to be the pinnacle of their career. Containing such fan favorites as "Loving You Sunday Morning", "Holiday" and the instrumental "Coast to Coast", the Scorpions' formula of hard rock songs mixed in with melodic ballads was firmly cemented.

It was not until 1984 and the release of Love At First Sting that the Scorpions finally cemented their status as rock superstars. Propelled by the monster single "Rock You Like A Hurricane", Love At First Sting rocketed up the charts and went double platinum. The singles "Rock You Like A Hurricane", "Bad Boys Running Wild", "Big City Nights" and the power ballad "Still Loving You" gained significant airtime, greatly contributing to the album's success.

In 2004, the band released Unbreakable, an album that was hailed by critics as a long awaited return to form. The album was the heaviest the band had released since Face the Heat and fans responded well to tracks such as "New Generation", "Love 'em or Leave 'em" and "Deep and Dark". Scorpions toured extensively behind the album and played as special guests with Judas Priest during the British tour.