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Old 11-20-2004, 08:09 PM
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Scorpions -- St. Louis, MO -- November 7th, 2004

Scorpions Unbreakable Tour
Savvis Concert Club, St. Louis, 11/7/04

1. New Generation
2. Love 'em or Leave 'em
3. Bad Boys Running Wild
4. The Zoo
5. Deep and Dark
6. Coast To Coast
7. Loving You Sunday Morning
8. Wind of Change
9. No One Like You
10. Tease Me Please Me
11. James Kottak Drum Solo
12. Blackout
13. Blood Too Hot
14. Matthias Jabs Guitar Solo
15. Big City Nights

16. Still Loving You
17. Rock You Like A Hurricane


Vocals: Klaus Meine
Guitar: Matthias Jabs
Guitar: Rudy Schenker
Bass: Pawel Maciwoda
Drums: James Kottak


Opening Act: Tesla

1. Into The Now
2. Getting Better
3. Signs (w/Foghat intro)
4. Caught Up In a Dream
5. What You Give
6. Song and Emotion
7. Heaven Nine Eleven
8. Love Song
9. Heaven's Trail
10. Modern Day Cowboy

Vocals: Jeff Keith
Guitar: Frank Hannon
Guitar: Tommy Skeoch
Bass: Brian Wheat
Drums: Troy Lucketta


This was a great rock 'n roll show, if you like your rock on the hard side. Except for the opening act, that is. Keith Emerson opened the show with a little bit of art rock. I have listened to my share of ELP, but I must admit I am not a big fan. I think that Keith was not a good choice as an opening act on this tour. Most of the crowd did not "get it." I don't have the full set list but I know they played "Hoedown," most of "Tarkus" and "Fanfare for the Common Man."

Tesla hit the stage and really rocked the house. This was the second time that I was able to catch Tesla this year and they were excellent both times. I know most heavy metal fans moan about the ballads, but Tesla can jam with the best of them. "Heaven Nine Eleven" and "Modern Day Cowboy" were the highlights of this show. They played part of Foghat's "I Just Want to Make Love To You" before transitioning into "Signs" and it sounded pretty good. All in all it is good to have them touring again.

The Scorpions always put on a good show and they did not disappoint on this night. They started the show with two new songs and played four off of Unbreakable in total. All of the new songs sounded great live and were well received by the crowd. The rest of the show was made up of the usual hits with no real surprises, but it is hard to argue with the songs played. They shook the set list up on their last two tours when they were not supporting a new CD. The highlights for me were the new songs, "Loving You Sunday Morning" and, of course, "Blackout."



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