[46] However, on 6 October 2010, Clubland Live 4 was cancelled, thus cancelling the band's second UK tour. At the end of 1985, H. P. Baxxter and Rick J. Jordan met in Hannover, Germany through a small ad and founded the synthpop/new wave band Celebrate the Nun. Their debut single was a cover of René et Gaston's "Vallée De Larmes" (French for Valley of Tears) and reached No.8 on the German official dance chart. [20] Scooter's fourth single "It's a Biz (Ain't Nobody)" from the Big Mash Up was released on 23 March 2012. [20][24][25] The second single, "Fuck the Millennium" was released in November 1999 which reached No.11 on Media Control singles charts and as its predecessor spent 11 weeks on the chart. A new chapter now begins! [9] The single "Will You Be There" off Meanwhile peaked at No. 100% SCOOTER – 25 YEARS WILD & WICKED: SCOOTER are celebrating in 2018 their 25th anniversary – who would have thought it possible a quarter of a century ago? "[64], Scooter released their 19th studio album, Scooter Forever on 1 September 2017.[65]. On 1 August 2017, Scooter announced their nineteenth studio album Forever which was released on 1 September 2017. dance. Scooter - Techno. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs Debutaron con el single "Valleé de Larmes", aunque el éxito decisivo de Scoote…. Baxxter became the frontman of German newspaper, H.P. ", "With Investors' Cash, edel Plots Further Expansion", "Scooter – Jumping All Over the World: Whatever You Want [Box]", "Scooter ignore major labels to break records", "In Deutschland nimmt man uns nicht für voll", "ARIA Charts: Accreditations 2002 Singles", "Scooter Unseats Madonna on U.K. It was eventually announced that Scooter's fourth live DVD would be released on 7 May, called Live in Hamburg. Scrobbling is when Last.fm tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. The group is currently composed of members H.P. A German techno trio that got its start in Hamburg in 1993, Scooter is known for fast beats, non-political - and sometimes nonsensical - screaming lyrics. Rotterdam, harbour area and Hollywood Music Hall-38: Jumping All Over The World : Berlin, Germany / Japan / India / England / France / Tunisia / Russia / Sidney, Australia-39: I’m Lonely : England-40: Jump That Rock (Whatever You Want) Hamburg, Germany (in studio together with Status Quo) Status Quo. The single "Behind the Cow" was premiered at The Dome 40 in Düsseldorf on 1 December 2006, and was released on 19 January 2007. In late 2000, after their second single "She's the Sun," Scooter were awarded a Comet at the 2000 VIVA Comet Awards in the category of "Most Successful Dance Act". Listen to and download Scooter music on Beatport. [8] In 1991, the band released their second album Continuous, but this was less successful due to synthpop's declining popularity. Scooter released their 13th studio album, Jumping All Over the World, on 30 November 2007, containing all three singles ("The Question is What is the Question", "And No Matches" and "Jumping All Over the World"). Bora!" Scooter started as a project in December 1993. [15][16] The follow-up singles, "Friends" and "Endless Summer" managed to enter the top-20 in number of countries including Switzerland, Austria and Finland. The Under The Radar Over The Top Tour was announced before the album was released. Regardless of the tour, "Stuck on Replay" peaked at only position No.34 on the German singles chart, but remained on the charts for 12 weeks.[20]. It would tour through several German cities, such as Rostock, Stuttgart, and Dresden. This was followed by Leipzig, with 10,000 people attending the final concert of the tour. It will be titled God Save the Rave and will include 15 tracks. The single reached No.4 in Germany and earned a gold certification for selling well over 250,000 units. A week after the tour, Scooter announced in an interview with a Russian radio station that a live DVD, CD, and Blu-ray of the Hamburg concert would be released. In December 2001, Scooter released their 23rd single "Ramp! [23], In July 1999, Scooter released their first single "Faster Harder Scooter", from their sixth album, Back to the Heavyweight Jam. Go by what is written on the releases. 5 on the Billboard Dance/Club play chart on 23 June 1990, whereas the single "She's a Secretary/Strange" peaked at No. On The Stadium Techno Experience is largely a commercial, accessible variant of hard House that Scooter is used. which has been available since 26 May 2017. From Vangelis' "Pulstar", to Valerie Dore's "The Night", to "Weekend" (which is just as reminiscent of the genre, and is also the name of a different Euro song by Atrium), Scooter most touchingly bring together 1980s music with a techno beat. Frog was replaced by Michael Simon, who had remixed some of Scooter's tracks while in search of success with his "Shahin & Simon" project. The tour was a week long through several German cities such as Hamburg, Berlin, and Leipzig and one Swiss city, Zurich, throughout March 2010. [11] On 19 August, Scooter played at the Tufertschwil Open Air in Switzerland, where Simon debuted. ", "Maria (I Like It Loud)", "One (Always Hardcore)" and "The Question Is What Is the Question?". All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. [10], Soon afterwards, in late 1993, the former Celebrate the Nun members under the management of Jens Thele to form a remix team known as The Loop. [57] According to the frontman of Scooter, H.P. The group's twentieth album will be released in the winter of 2020. "The Question Is What Is The Question" was released in the UK the same week, charting at No.49. Since 1993, the trio has released 19 studio albums, five compilation albums, five live albums and 65 singles, as well as six video albums and 67 music videos. ", "Fire", "How Much Is the Fish? [31][38][39][40] It was Scooter's first No.1 in the UK and first album release there in five years. Let us know what you think of the Last.fm website. [12] The single also did well in numerous markets including Austria, Norway and Denmark in all of which it entered the top-5, it also managed to enter the top-10 in Switzerland, Finland and the Netherlands. [50] The first single from the album, "The Only One", was released on 20 May 2011, which peaked at No.45. [67][68] These are accompanied by laser shows and pyrotechnics[69] In concert, Scooter encourages crowd motivation, often having frontman H.P. [13][14] Scooter's third single "Move Your Ass" reached No.3 on Media Control's single chart after a few weeks of its release and managed to achieve a gold status for sales of over 250,000 in Germany. Find Scooter bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Over-the-top German rave machine Scooter have… [42] Michael Simon reported that Baxxter was alright and it was a very near miss. On 10 May 2010, Scooter announced another European tour to follow up the previous Under The Radar Over The Top tour, which would take place in December 2010, and be known as the "Stuff the Turkey X-mas" tour. The song reached No.2 on the German Media Control single chart. Baxxter and his band colleagues triumphed over the transient and capricious nature of the music scene but they have gone on to become the most successful techno act of all time. [52] Both the second and the third singles charted worse than the first single, No.67 and No.77 respectively. Interspersed among these dates were small concerts held at festivals such as Tomorrowland in Belgium, and in other places such as Iceland. Scooter ‎– Nessaja CD MUSIC ALBUM DISC LIKE NEW RARE AU STOCK. We want to give them something. ", "A quarter century of making music together – we lasted longer than many marriages. £6.07. [54] Scooter released their 16th studio album, Music for a Big Night Out on 2 November 2012. Scooter released their seventh studio album, Sheffield, in May 2000. 2003 album from the German techno group. 100% SCOOTER – 25 Years Wild & Wicked: SCOOTER are celebrating in 2018 their 25th anniversary – who would have thought it possible a quarter of a century ago? While the single peaked at No.7 at home, it did quite well in Scandinavia peaking at No.3 in Sweden and No.2 in Finland, and the trio eventually picked up a platinum-award in Sweden for selling over 40,000 copies of the single. Some user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. The second single, "David Doesn't Eat" was released on 14 October 2011,[51] the same day as the album. [20] The single as its predecessor did similarly well over in Scandinavia charting at No.3 in Sweden and No.4 in Finland, it eventually earned the trio a gold-award in Sweden for sales of over 20,000 units. Scooter Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Scooter. [25][26] The album, Back to the Heavyweight Jam just like the singles turned out to be a hit in Scandinavia, it entered the top-5 both in Finland and Sweden where it eventually reached a gold status for sales of over 40,000 units.[27][28]. This song would be "Stuck on Replay", and it would, in addition, be released as the 4th single from Under The Radar Over The Top. [41], During the summer of 2009, Scooter announced the release of their next studio album, Under the Radar Over the Top. Scooter - The Logical Song (Official Video) - Coub - The Biggest Video Meme Platform by Pickled Brains. In June 1998, Scooter released one of their most popular singles to date "How Much is the Fish?" 06:23. There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Scooter is a German … Over one million legal MP3 tracks available at Juno Download. Description: Scooter are a German techno hard dance group founded in Hamburg, who have sold over 25 million records and earned over 80 gold and platinum awards. Allmusic wrote that "During the mid-'80s, numerous synth pop acts dreamed of becoming the next Depeche Mode. Baxxter, Rick Jordan y Ferris Bueller, quienes, junto con el productor Jens Thele, habían unido sus fuerzas anteriormente como el grupo de remezclas The Loop. & more. 41: J’adore Hardcore Scooter ‎– The Logical Song CD MUSIC ALBUM DISC LIKE NEW RARE AU STOCK. Every time again know Scooter convenient popular dance currents of that time to process their music in such a way that the contemporary sounds but yet it still typical Scooter is. While the lead vocals were performed by Baxxter and female vocals were delivered by Baxxter's sister Britt Maxime, Rick J. Jordan took care of the keyboards and sound engineering. Baxxter, German DJ/musician Michael Simon and musician/producer Sebastian Schilde. Download Scooter songs, singles and albums on MP3. The band released a jumpstyle cover version of classic 1970s track "How Do You Do" by Mouth & MacNeal. The band's 21st single, "Posse (I Need You on the Floor)" was released in Germany on 21 May 2001 and it was the first Scooter single since "Endless Summer" to include a high-pitched-voice in the chorus. Not only have mastermind H.P. Disponible con una suscripción a Apple Music. [19] The second single released off The Ultimate Aural Orgasm was "Lass Uns Tanzen" which appeared in stores on 23 March. Find all musicvideos in best quality, preview mixes, backstage documentaries and many more... always up to date! In March 2008, the group embarked on its first arena tour of the UK as part of Clubland Live, appearing alongside other All Around The World acts such as Cascada and Ultrabeat. Baxxter on Rick J. Jordan's exit[57], On 15 October 2013, Scooter officially announced that their founding member Rick J. Jordan will be leaving the band at the end of the trio's 20 Years of Hardcore Tour 2014. (The Logical Song), Nessaja, Maria (I Like It Loud), One (Always Hardcore), The Question Is What Is the Question?, 4 AM a mnoho dalších. (The Logical Song)", "Nessaja", "Weekend! Home ... logicalsong riot ad music video hp baxxter always techno tour scooter rick j jordan hardcore ramp! The third single from The Big Mash Up, entitled "C'est Bleu", which features Vicky Leandros, was released on 2 December 2011. On 14 August 2006, it was announced that Jay Frog had decided to leave the band to pursue a solo career. This was the largest tour to date, and again featured the Sheffield Jumpers. The song and its lyrics are based on "What Time Is Love?" Album Chart", "YouTube: Scooter The Sound Above My Hair", "Amazon.de: Scooter The Sound Above My Hair", "SCOOTER - Vorverkauf für Dezembershows und The Stadium Techno Inferno! [20] During the first week of sales, Under The Radar Over The Top peaked at No.2 on the German album chart. Complete your Scooter collection. Scooter is considered the most commercially successful German single-record act with 23 top ten hits. [7] Slin Tompson, who was the fourth person in the band's original line-up, left the band in 1990 to start a project on his own. (The Logical Song)" from their Best of compilation album Push the Beat for This Jam. In April 1994, Scooter played their first live show at "The Palladium" in Hamburg. [58][59], While The Fifth Chapter officially began for Scooter on 23 May 2014, when they released their single "Bigroom Blitz", the Hamburg-based trio's studio album, entitled The Fifth Chapter was made available on 26 September 2014, emphasizing a completely new era for the band. Celebrate the Nun could have been buried in the glut of Depeche Mode doppelgangers; however, top-drawer songwriting and consistently catchy hooks lifted Celebrate the Nun above the mass of wannabes". [20], On 10 August, Scooter released a new single called "The Question is What is the Question", the release of which surprised many of their fans as they were expecting a third single from the current album rather than an entirely new material. Scooter is a cinematic song composed by Ockeroid, and used in the "Stickmin Space Resort" route of Completing the Mission.. [55] The same day, the trio released their second single entitled "Army of Hardcore" from their latest material. [9] Two singles were released off the second material, "Patience" and "You Make Me Wonder" both of which went without charting. [53] While the trio changed the sound of the song for a single release, it still didn't help it to chart higher than No.79 on the German Media Control singles chart. The album climbed to No.7 on the Media Control album chart and was certified gold in Sweden, Norway and Hungary. [48] It was the official theme for the German version of the Dutch film called New Kids Turbo. Baxxter, they did not perform at the festival "to engage in politics there, but because we have a fan base there. Scooter's 24th single, "Nessaja" was a cover version of the title track from Peter Maffay's musical Tabaluga, and debuted at No.1 on the German official single charts. Scooter is a German happy hardcore, rave and techno music band founded in Hamburg in 1993. On 9 February 2010 it was announced that Scooter would perform the official song of the 2010 IIHF World Championship. The single peaked at No.7 at Scooter's home market spending 13 weeks on the official single chart. The video premiered on YouTube on 12 November. [62] It includes their single "Riot" which has been available since 4 September 2015. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. The band is comprised of lead vocalist H.P. [47], On 15 April 2011, a re-worked version of Scooter's 1995 single "Friends" was released, entitled "Friends Turbo". [43] The single was released on 27 November.[44]. as well as a previously unreleased version of "The Question Is What Is The Question?". Their 12th album The Ultimate Aural Orgasm, which includes the songs "The United Vibe" (cover version of Den Harrow's "Catch the Fox"), "Scarborough Affair" or "The Shit That Killed Elvis" (collaboration with Jimmy Pop, the frontman of American fun-rock-band The Bloodhound Gang), was released on 9 February 2007. often played during goalscoring and after victory matches of, H.P. The album's tour, "The God Save The Rave tour" was originally expected to go ahead in the summer of 2020, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [34], Scooter enjoyed a comeback within the UK charts, with six top-20 UK singles "The Logical Song" (UK No.2), "Nessaja" (UK No.4), "Posse (I Need You on the Floor)" (UK No.15), "Weekend!" Connect your Spotify account to your Last.fm account and scrobble everything you listen to, from any Spotify app on any device or platform. [70][71][72], Scooter in 2018: H.P. [20] That was a record as none of Scooter's previously released singles had so far remained that long within the singles charts. At the beginning of 2002, immediately after the release of trio's compilation album Push the Beat for this Jam, Axel Coon left the band to pursue a solo career in DJing and remixing, and Jay Frog became the new third person. Product Description. A new version of Last.fm is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Leave feedback, There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Scooter is a German group, formed by Soren Buehler, Hans-Peter Geerdes, Hendrik Stedler and Jens Thele, in Hamburg, Germany in 1994. [17][18], The band maintained the initial technique of their sound throughout their second album, Our Happy Hardcore, until the style became noticeably different with their 1996 single "I'm Raving" (from the 3rd album Wicked) as the tempos were down to 138 BPM from their previous tempos which were between the range of 160 and 190 BPM. [19] It was confirmed on 3 November 2009 that "The Sound Above My Hair" would be the third single from the album. [7] The band is composed of lead vocalist H.P. 05:12. [20] Their eighth album, We Bring the Noise, released in June 2001, included another single, "Aiii Shot the DJ." Anyone who thinks all trance-based techno sounds the same might change their views after a listen to Scooter's Techno Stadium Experience.As a whole it could be best described as DJ Otzi remixing a "Best Rave Anthems in the World Ever" type compilation on a tight budget. Whether you're just starting your Scooter collection, or trying to fill in some gaps, this is really a great choice. Their 11th studio album, Who's Got the Last Laugh Now?, featured a cover version of "Everlasting Love." [20] The single managed to reach a gold status in Germany for selling over 250,000 units. Scooter je německá taneční hudební skupina založená v Hamburku v roce 1993.Mezi její známé hity patří například Hyper Hyper, Break It Up, Fire, How Much Is the Fish?, Ramp! At the same time, a very large concert was announced to take place in June of the next year, in Hamburg once again, at the HSH Nordbank Arena. The music starts when Henry Stickmin drives his scooter towards the Toppat Orbital Station in the Dogobogo Jungle.. Musical Layout. On 14 August 2009, Scooter released "J'adore Hardcore", the first single from Under The Radar Over The Top. [8] The band released their first album Meanwhile in 1989. BAXXTER and his band colleagues triumphed over the transient and capricious nature of the music scene but they have gone on to become the most successful techno act of all time. At first, "Hyper Hyper" was expected to be a small hit within the club scene, but it managed to reach the No.2 position on the German single chart, Media Control, eventually going triple gold for selling 750,000 units. Note: there is no consistency in "Ramp! (The Logical Song)" / "The Logical Song" and "Faster Harder Scooter" and "FasterHarderScooter". Not finding the expected success in the New Wave arena, Baxxter kept working at the former Hamburg based Indie label (currently Edel Records) in the Distribution and Sales department where he met Scooter's future manager Jens Thele. Scooter were formed in late 1993 by H.P. The Loop became one of the top remix teams in Germany, releasing remixes for artists like Adeva, Holly Johnson, The Tag Team and RuPaul.[10][11]. "Ti Sento" which peaked at No.10 in Germany, was released the day Under The Radar Over The Top was released. And The Beat Goes On! Jay Frog was already familiar with the band as he had occasionally covered for Axel Coon. [12] The single also gained similar success as its predecessor outside of Germany, it entered the top-5 in Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands, meanwhile, entering the top-10 in Norway and Italy. Not only have mastermind H.P. Baxxter (mic), Michael Simon (keyboards), Phil Speiser (keyboards), "After 20 fantastic hardcore years, I've come to realize that now is the time for me to try something new, to take a new musical direction and also to spend a bit more time with my family and friends.

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