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|Be Aware of Scorpions|
|Studio album by|
|Released||24 October 2001 (Japan)|
29 October 2001 (Europe)
13 November 2001 (USA)
|Recorded||Michael Schenker Records Recording Studio, Phoenix, Arizona|
|Genre||Hard rock, heavy metal|
|Label|| SPV/Steamhammer |
|Producer||Michael Schenker, Ralph Patlan|
|Michael Schenker Group chronology|
|Michael Schenker chronology|
Be Aware of Scorpions is the tenth full-length studio album recorded by the various M.S.G. lineups and the seventh album by the German hard rock band Michael Schenker Group released in 2001.
All tracks by Schenker & Logan, except where noted
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