Scorpions - Lonesome Crow


6.7 | 130 votes |
Release date: 1972
Style: Progressive rock

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01. I'm Going Mad
02. It All Depends
03. Leave Me
04. In Search Of The Peace Of Mind
05. Inheritance
06. Action
07. Lonesome Crow

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Producer: Conny Plank

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23.08.2011 - 16:13
Rating: 9
deflektor
Great album but not for everyone
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12.02.2015 - 11:02
Rating: 8
Ruchesko
The most accessible Krautrock albums I've heard - perfect introduction to a swampy genre for any curious metalheads.

That said, it may be a mistake to make this the first Scorps album you listen to.
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"Making a death threat is too easy these days. If every tweet cost a stamp, people would have a whole lot less opinions." -Andrew Maxwell
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26.04.2016 - 00:01
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Masterchief
I say this is a brilliant album, remember in those days metal was not really born and hard rock (as todays metal heads liked) was still in dippers specially in West Germany(those who do not know there was 2 Germanys East and Eest)
Its greta album I like it even not really metal but it works, all atmo, arrangements and all about it and musically to are great there
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Life is to short for LOVE, there is many great things to do online !!!

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I better die, because I never will learn speek english, so I choose dieing
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06.10.2016 - 20:09
LuciferOfGayness
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Written by Bad English on 26.04.2016 at 00:01

I say this is a brilliant album, remember in those days metal was not really born and hard rock (as todays metal heads liked) was still in dippers specially in West Germany(those who do not know there was 2 Germanys East and Eest)
Its greta album I like it even not really metal but it works, all atmo, arrangements and all about it and musically to are great there

It surely is a great album. And the video is a classic.

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03.06.2017 - 10:25
Rating: 6
Mountain King
K i K o
Different from all the Scorpions albums that were to follow, but still has the edge and the hard rocking but with the 70's prog rock style which is quite nice for a debut. Reminds me of "King Crimson". "Fly to the Rainbow" has similar influences but they start to disappear completely in "In Trance"...
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05.07.2017 - 09:45
TrueMetalJope
Haven't heard anything by Scorpions before now, before this album, no joke. Maybe I won't be listening to this one again, it's promising stuff, especially the title track is great, but there's so many other albums...
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The guitar is my sword, I'll fight 'til I die /../
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