Monday, November 25, 2013

VIDEO: Scorpions release In Trance from MTV Unplugged package

The Scorpions have released a performance of their 1975 classic, “In Trance”, as a preview of the forthcoming new package, “MTV Unplugged - Scorpions Live In Athens.”

The band are joined by Hamburg-based singer CÄTHE for the title track to their third album.

Due November 29 in Europe (January 21, 2014 in North America), the package features a mix of classic Scorpions tracks and new songs.

In September, the German rockers performed three MTV Unplugged concerts in Athens, Greece at the city’s Lycabettus Theatre.

“MTV Unplugged - Scorpions Live In Athens” will be available on CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc.

Check out the tracklisting here.

The Scorpions will play a series of Unplugged concerts in Germany next Spring.

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