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The Scorpions is a rock band, originally from Hannover, Germany.

The Scorpions reached the summit of their fame in 1984, with the release of the album Love at First Sting[?], which included the single "Still Loving You". The Scorpions remained a driving force in rock through the early 1990s with the release of the Crazy World CD and the hit single "Winds of Change," and were the first western group to play in the former Soviet Union.

Current and past band members include:
Francis Buchholz[?], Klaus Meine[?], Rudy Lenners[?], Uli Roth[?], Rudolf Schenker[?], Herman Rarebell[?], Michael Schenker, Matthias Jabs[?], Ralph Rieckermann[?], James Kottak[?]

Albums include:

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