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Crazy World

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Scorpions 9/1990

Review

After the release of Savage Amusement in 1988, the Scorpions expressed disdain toward the album, feeling that it was too polished when compared to their other work. Their longtime producer, Dieter Dierks, was replaced with well-known rock producer Keith Olsen, who would produce Crazy World and assist in making it one of the Scorpions' greatest recordings. Their music had certainly changed since Savage Amusement, sounding a little bit heavier and less glamorous. But even with the metal sound, the songs remain melodic and catchy. The power ballads on the album, "Wind of Change" and "Send Me an Angel," are arguably two of the band's greatest slow numbers, boasting soothing harmony and lyrics. Crazy World remains the Scorpions' finest '90s album and is sure to please its listeners. ~ Barry Weber
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Tease Me Please Me Scorpions 4:41
  3. 2 Don't Believe Her Scorpions 4:51
  4. 3 To Be with You in Heaven Scorpions 4:44
  5. 4 Wind of Change Scorpions 5:9
  6. 5 Restless Nights Scorpions 5:45
  7. 6 Lust or Love Scorpions 4:21
  8. 7 Kicks After Six Scorpions 3:47
  9. 8 Hit Between the Eyes Scorpions 4:30
  10. 9 Money and Fame Scorpions 5:6
  11. 10 Crazy World Scorpions 5:7
  12. 11 Send Me an Angel Scorpions 4:29

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