THE SCORPIONS Go Back To Their Roots On "Very Best of..." Set

June 18, 2002

"Cause I Love You" and "Bad For Good", the two "new" songs on the latest collection from THE SCORPIONS, entitled Bad For Good: The Very Best Of The Scorpions, are in fact tracks that the band has had for quite some time, although they were only recently recorded with the band's longtime producer Dieter Dierks.

Says lead guitarist Matthias Jabs: "We were able to quickly record two new songs—which are basically older songs—with Dieter Dierks, so we've been also together with our old producer for the first time in, I think, 14 years."

Dierks produced most of THE SCORPIONS' early albums, including the band's biggest successes: 1982's Blackout and 1984's Love At First Sting.

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