Scorpions formed in Germany in the mid-'60s, but it wasn't until 1978's 'Tokyo Tapes' that they started to make some noise in other parts of the world. By the following year, they scored their first hit album, 'Lovedrive.' In 1982, they received their first blast of massive airplay with 'No One Like You'; they repeated that two years later with their first Top 40 hit 'Rock You Like a Hurricane.' In 1991, they reached No. 4 with their all-time biggest hit, 'Wind of Change.' The band has gone through some lineup changes over the years, with singer Klaus Meine and guitarist Rudolf Schenker remain mainstays. They continue to release albums and tour 50 years later.
Scorpions Share High-Octane New Single 'Peacemaker'
Song previews band's 19th album, 'Rock Believer.'
Scorpions Announce New Album ‘Rock Believer’
First single featuring ex-Motorhead drummer Mikkey Dee arrives this month.
Scorpions' 'Wind of Change' Podcast to Be Adapted Into a TV Show
Story centers on theory that the CIA penned the band's 1991 hit song.
Scorpions 'Wind of Change' Box Will Include Piece of Berlin Wall
Their 1990 hit addressed political changes happening around the world as the Cold War ended.
Scorpions and Motorhead Drummer Mikkey Dee Says He Had COVID-19
Rocker lost 15 pounds during his one-month battle.
Klaus Meine Denies the CIA Wrote Scorpions' 'Wind of Change'
"It's a good idea for a movie. That would be cool."
Why Scorpions Nearly Removed 'Wind of Change' Whistling
The 1991 hit would have been released without its distinctive whistle if record executives had their way.
How Scorpions' 'Wind of Change' Helped Define a Moment in History
Band's biggest hit was written after two trips to Russia as the Soviet Union was collapsing.
Listen to Scorpions' Uplifting New Song 'Sign of Hope'
Band is working on new material while in quarantine.
Did the CIA Really Write One of Scorpions' Most Famous Songs?
New podcast questions if "Wind of Change" was a planted piece of Cold War propaganda.