Scorpio (Trax song)

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"Scorpio" also can refer to a song by Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band

Japanese cover
Single by TRAX
Released December 14, 2004 (Japan)
December 17, 2004 (Korean)
Genre Rock, nu metal
Label Avex Trax (Japan)
SM Entertainment (Korea)
Writer(s) Yoshiki
Producer(s) Yoshiki Hayashi, Lee Soo Man
TRAX singles chronology
(July 2004)
(December 2004)
(April 2005)

"Scorpio" is a single released by South Korean rock band TRAX. It was recorded and released in two versions: Japanese and Korean.

The single was produced by X Japan's Yoshiki, who also composed the music to the title track, and includes a cover of X Japan's "Tears" in either Japanese or Korean.[1] Yoshiki later helped write the lyrics to TRAX's second Japanese single "Rhapsody".[2]

The Japanese release included a 20-page color booklet. The Korean version has the additional track "Over the Rainbow" in two different versions.


The Japanese version of the title song has the first and second verses in English and the chorus and third verse in Japanese. The Korean version also has the first and second verses in English, but the chorus and third verse are in Korean.

The Japanese version has no parental advisory for coarse language. It has four instances of profanity ("fuck" is said three times and another word is bleeped).

Japanese track listing[edit]

Label: Avex Trax
Released: December 14, 2004
Track list:

  1. "Scorpio"
  2. "Tears (TRAX Version)" (X Japan Cover)
  3. "Beat Traitor"
  4. "Knife"

Korean track listing[edit]

Label: SM Entertainment
Released: December 17, 2004
Track list:

  1. "Scorpio"
  2. "Tears (TRAX Version)" (X Japan Cover)
  3. "Beat Traitor"
  4. "Knife"
  5. "Over the Rainbow (Piano Version)"
  6. "Over the Rainbow (Rock Version)"


  1. ^ "Scorpio" Release Information
  2. ^ "Rhapsody" Release Information