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The Scorpions Still Sting A Jakarta Audience

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Germany's The Scorpions is featured in an article in The Jakarta Post:

When you think of Germany, the first few things that come to mind are modern architecture, advanced technology and precision.

Who would have guessed a rock band from the 60's named The Scorpions is from Germany? Who would have guessed that The Scorpions are still alive and kicking? Who would have guessed that they would still be eager to perform in Jakarta after last week's bombing?

This was the second of its kind in Indonesia after an acoustic concert in Bandung in 2001. This time, The Scorpions came with a full band, with Klaus Meine on lead vocals, Rudolph Schenker (guitar and background vocal), Matthias Jabs (guitar), James Kottak (drums and percussion) and Ralph Rieckerman (bass guitar).

The Scorpions proved they are still worth watching. With their new album, "Unbreakable," just released, they are touring the world again.

Source: The Jakarta Post

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