The follow-up singles, "" and "" managed to enter the top-20 in number of countries including Switzerland, Austria and Finland.
— producer, composer and keyboards 2014—2018 Former guest touring musicians• A new chapter now begins! The single peaked at No.
The video premiered on YouTube on 12 November.
Jens Thele — management 1993—present Former members• A limited edition version of the album included a cover of the 1978 song "Am Fenster" as a.
Scooter's fifteenth studio album, entitled was released on 14 October 2011 - two years since the release of Under the Radar Over the Top being the longest gap between two albums in the band's history to date.
Retrieved 2 November 2010.
Scooter during 1st Chapter 1993—98.
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In a 2021 interview, lead writer Helen Hindpere described Scooter as one of the inspirations behind the game References [ ]• At first, "Hyper Hyper" was expected to be a small hit within the club scene, but it managed to reach the No.
Scooter performed at the famous rave party in Sydney as well as in , and.
|Retrieved 3 November 2010||As a quick way of introducing the new member Frog to their fans, the trio released a second compilation album in November 2002,|
|" flavored with 1970s was released on 4 October 2004 in most European countries, the single entered the German Media Control single chart peaking at No||Rather they present themselves as individuals who are faithfully and persistently dedicated to living the type of, shall we say fun-filled lifestyle that they espouse|
|Retrieved 3 November 2010||The album itself, which was released on 7 January 2002 managed to reach a gold status in the UK, Sweden and Norway|
|Baxxter, in the years ahead, Phil Speiser from Dirty Disco Youth or DDY will replace Rick J||During the first week of sales, Under the Radar Over the Top peaked at No|
|Baxxter, they did not perform at the festival "to engage in politics there, but because we have a fan base there||Retrieved 8 December 2012|
|2012• Hung medien||Retrieved 7 September 2012|
|" The Sixth Chapter 2019—present [ ] In April 2019, Scooter officially announced that Sebastian Schilde would be replacing Phil Speiser, after Speiser had been with the group since 2014||It was Scooter's first No|
|com• Retrieved 2 November 2010||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|