Raised On Rock wrote:I agree with Shane when he says HH1 was a better product, for me it was the last evolution of the "Scorpions sound" started with the previous album, Unbreakable. SITT was not bad at all and I like it, but as I said before it looks more like an homage to 80's rock than a Scorps record, it sounds too "simple and generic" in some songs, some rockers in particular. And no, I don't see it similar to any of the 80's records of the band, they were more structured and didn't had this "rock party" attitude. The Good Die Young is the only song that tries to continue the sound of the previous 2 records, SLY Lorelei and The Best is Yet to come are the only other songs that have "The mark of the Sting", even Raised on Rock (my nickname, but not because i am a fan of the song, but because I was really raised on rock ) tries too much to mock RYLAH, but is the only rocker i would save from the cd, the others lack Scorps DNA imho.
Isn't that a triple tautology?fos daddy wrote: Dumb Nitwitt Amend ?
music_tech wrote:for me 'sting in the tail' is best that Scorps released at last decade. but still i wanna more solo line in song from Matthias, like it was at 80th.
Shane wrote:I've had some time to evaluate . . .
I think that Sting in the Tail is amateurish and predictable.
I'll take Humanity Hour 1 in a second over that CD.
Still love the Scorps - but many songs in Humanity Hour 1 are powerful, whereas Sting in the tail is predictable.
Just my opinion.
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