Live at Wacken Open Air 2006 is a live DVD release by Scorpions. It was supposed to be released on December 18, 2007 but was delayed till February 12, 2008 for unknown reasons.
|“||Wacken 2006 — this was a very special concert for us, exciting and challenging and — most important of all — a family reunion. We wanted our fans to participate, so in summer 2006 we put a set of 50 songs on our homepage for the community to vote.
Many of the songs chosen we had on our setlist anyway, but there were also many surprises.
Together with Michael Schenker, Uli Jon Roth and Herman Rarebell this show at Wacken gave us a great platform to journey through time — 35 years of SCORPIONS history!
"A Night to remember" it was indeed, a night to remember with an audience of 60,000 die hard metal fans who celebrated with us that the SCORPIONS got the sting and rock you like a Hurricane!
Thanks to everybody... Enjoy the Show!
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