Album: Face The Heat

Face the Heat is a studio album released by the German rock, band Scorpions in 1993. It was their 16th album. It was produced by the band and the late Bruce Fairbairn. It was released on the PolyGram label. This album marked their status as a sort of political band with the song, "Alien Nation"; which was about the re-unification of Germany. This album had a contemporary touch to it, as the band were then going with the current trends, before later returning to their original style in Unbreakable in 2004. Track listing "Alien Nation" (Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker) – 5:42 "No Pain, No Gain" (Mark Hudson, Meine, Schenker) – 3:55 "Someone to Touch" (Hudson, Meine, Schenker) – 4:28 "Under the Same Sun" (Bruce Fairbairn, Meine, Schenker) – 4:52 "Unholy Alliance" (Meine, Schenker) – 4:54 "Woman" (Meine, Schenker) – 5:55 "Hate to Be Nice" (Meine, Schenker) – 3:33 "Taxman Woman" (Meine, Schenker) – 4:30 "Ship of Fools" (Meine, Schenker) – 4:15 "Nightmare Avenue" (Matthias Jabs, Hudson, Meine) – 3:54 "Lonely Nights" (Meine, Schenker) – 4:50 Bonus tracks Europe 12. "Destin" – 3:17 13. "Daddy's Girl" – 4:17 Japan 12. "Kami O Shin Juru" - 3:50 US 12. (Marie's the Name) His Latest Flame" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman)) - 2:21 Personnel Klaus Meine: Vocals, Backing vocals Rudolf Schenker: Rhythm and Lead guitars, 6 & 12 string acoustic guitars, Sitar, Ebo, Backing vocals Matthias Jabs: Rhythm and Lead guitars, 6 & 12 string acoustic guitars, Slide guitar, Fatbody Jazz guitar, Talk Box Herman Rarebell: Drums and Percussion Ralph Rieckermann: Bass guitar Keyboards: John Webster Additional Keyboards (Woman and Lonely Nights): Luke Herzog Producer: Bruce Fairbairn and Scorpions Notes "Under the Same Sun" was played during the ending credits of the 1994 film On Deadly Ground. Album Billboard (North America) Year Chart Position 1993 The Billboard 200 #24 Singles Year Song Chart Position 1993 "Alien Nation" Mainstream Rock Tracks #10 1993 "Woman" Mainstream Rock Tracks #15 1994 "Under The Same Sun" Mainstream Rock Tracks #16 User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.