SCORPIONS Offer Fans Personalized Gold Album Awards
Launch Radio Networks reports: If you want to show just how big a SCORPIONS fan you are, you now have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The band is offering personalized gold album awards for their 1982 release "Blackout", which featured the hits "No One Like You" and "Can't Live Without You". A 24-Karat gold-plated disc comes framed and mounted on a background with flags from every country that the album was a hit in, and the plaque reads "Presented to (insert name here) by the SCORPIONS. Thanking you for your continued support." The cost of the gold record is about $350, plus about $85 for shipping (all prices subject to change based on exchange rates). For more information or to make an order, go to thescorpions.memorabiliamania.net.
The SCORPIONS, who released a new album last year called "Unbreakable", will open for JUDAS PRIEST in Europe between March 16 and April 2.
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