Return to Forever is the eighteenth studio album by German rock band Scorpions. It was released in Europe on 20 February 2015. The album marks the final release of the band with longtime drummer James Kottak, who was replaced in 2016 by former Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee. In late 2011, the band started throwing ideas for further side projects. They had in mind two ideas.
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Return to Forever is the eighteenth studio album released globally on 20 February 2015 and upcoming North American release on 11 September 2015. Klaus Meine: In the end, it tells our story. We’ve built this house called Scorpions brick by brick and often quite arduously. From the first days in Hannover, the first concerts abroad, until this very day. We’ve weathered severe storms, but the house withstood everything, turned out to be wheatherproof and stable.
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Album · 2015 · 19 Songs. Return to Forever - view. 20. Return to Forever - Generic Interview (English).
Return to Forever is the eighteenth studio album by German rock band Scorpions It was released in Europe on 20 February 2015 The album marks the final release of the band with longtime drummer James Kottak, who was replaced in 2016 by former Motörhead drummer Mikkey Dee. Contents.
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German heavy metal icons the Scorpions hit the 50-year mark in 2015, being initially conceived all the way back in 1965 by a 16-year-old Rudolf Schenker as a beat band very much in line with the trends of the time, and slowly evolving into a hard rock force to contend with by the end of the '70s. ng singles and omnipresent commercial success peaked out for the Scorpions sometime in the early '80s, but they kept the flame alive for a dedicated army of followers for decades to come