Scorpions - Running For The Plane (Unreleased Demo Song)

German hard rock veterans SCORPIONS have posted a previously unreleased demo version of a song called "Running For The Plane", written and recorded during the "Blackout" sessions in 1982. The song thrills with a classic SCORPIONS guitar riff on a groovy backbeat and shows why Klaus Meine is one of the best singers in heavy rock. "Blackout" is, for sure, a masterpiece in rock music and the demo of "Running For The Plane" is a rare piece from the band's heaviest era.

With the November 6 release of the 50th Anniversary Deluxe Editions, the SCORPIONS celebrate their impressive achievements and open their vaults to unleash hitherto unreleased songs, alternative versions of big hits, rough mixes and rare live concert footage.
In addition to dozens of unheard studio tracks and live recordings, all CD releases are equipped with extended booklets featuring rare photos and, single covers, backstage passes and additional liner notes by Edgar Kl├╝sener, a former editor in chief of Metal Hammer who has followed the band's career closely over several decades. Five of the eight albums are accompanied with a DVD that contains live concert footage from the respective period, together with TV performances and in-depth interviews with the band. In these interviews, they talk about the background history and the creative process of each of these albums: "Lovedrive""Blackout""Love At First Sting""World Wide Live" and "Savage Amusement".
The remastered LP formats are released on 180-gram vinyl in a sleeve replicating the first pressing. They also come with an audio CD, featuring the original track listing and the same bonus audio as the CD formats. A limited and numbered Deluxe Box Set will contain all remastered vinyl discs.

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