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Limited gold colored vinyl. 'Humanity: Hour I' is the 21st studio album by The Scorpions and was produced by legendary star producers Desmond Child and James Michael in Los Angeles. The album is a concept album based on a novel by Liam Carl that describes a war between humans and machines and deals with the overarching theme of humanity. Klaus Meine pursued a very modern sound in the production of the album, which should sound up-to-date without losing The Scorpions character, and in a way combines the sound of the early Scorpions with the production of the late Scorpions.
Limited gold colored vinyl. 'Humanity: Hour I' is the 21st studio album by The Scorpions and was produced by legendary star producers Desmond Child and James Michael in Los Angeles. The album is a concept album based on a novel by Liam Carl that describes a war between humans and machines and deals with the overarching theme of humanity. Klaus Meine pursued a very modern sound in the production of the album, which should sound up-to-date without losing The Scorpions character, and in a way combines the sound of the early Scorpions with the production of the late Scorpions.
4050538875799

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: BMG INT'L
Rel. Date: 06/09/2023
UPC: 4050538875799

Humanity: Hour I [Colored Vinyl] (Gol) [180 Gram] (Uk)
Artist: Scorpions
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hour I
2. The Game Of Life
3. We Were Born To Fly
4. The Future Never Dies
5. You're Lovin' Me To Death
6. 321
7. Love Will Keep Us Alive
8. We Will Rise Again
9. Your Last Song
10. Love Is War
11. The Cross
12. Humanity

More Info:

Limited gold colored vinyl. 'Humanity: Hour I' is the 21st studio album by The Scorpions and was produced by legendary star producers Desmond Child and James Michael in Los Angeles. The album is a concept album based on a novel by Liam Carl that describes a war between humans and machines and deals with the overarching theme of humanity. Klaus Meine pursued a very modern sound in the production of the album, which should sound up-to-date without losing The Scorpions character, and in a way combines the sound of the early Scorpions with the production of the late Scorpions.
        
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