Scorpions World Wide Live 1984

World Wide Live is a live album by German heavy metal band Scorpions .

It was recorded at Paris, Los Angeles, San Diego, Costa Mesa and Cologne between February and November 1984. It was released in June 1985.

Scorpions World Wide Live

Scorpions World Wide Live

Set List

1. Countdown
2. Coming Home
3. Blackout
4. Bad Boys Rinning Wild
5. Loving You Sunday Morning
6. Make It Real
7. Big City Nights
8. Coast To Coast
9. Holiday
10. Still Loving You
11. Rock You Like A Hurricane
12. Can’t Live Without You
13. Another Piece Of Meat
14. The Zoo
15. No One Like You
16. Dynamite
17. Can’t Get Enough (Part l)
18. Six String Sting
19. Can’t Get Enough (Part ll)

The band at this stage was:

Klaus Meine – lead vocals
Matthias Jabs – lead and rhythm guitars, voice-box, backing vocals
Rudolf Schenker – rhythm guitar, lead guitar, backing vocals
Francis Buchholz – bass, backing vocals
Herman Rarebell – drums, percussion, backing vocals

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