Eye II Eye
Eye II Eye is the fourteenth studio album by the German hard rock band Scorpions, released in 1999. It is a radical departure in that Eye II Eye is much more pop-oriented than their previous work, which alienated some fans, despite the single "Mysterious" reaching number 26 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It is the first studio Scorpions album to feature James Kottak on drums and also the final Scorpions studio album to feature Ralph Rieckermann on bass guitar.
For the first time, Scorpions released a song recorded largely in German, namely "Du bist so schmutzig".
- Peter Wolf – producer, mixing of 5, 6, 14, arrangements with Scorpions
- A.T., Christian Leitgeb, Paul Ericksen, Kenji Nagano – engineers
- Bill Schnee – mixing
- Chris Kimsey – mixing on 2
- Stephen Marcussen, Chris von Rautenkranz – mastering