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Scooter are a German dance group founded in Hamburg, who have sold over 30 million records and earned over 80 Gold and Platinum awards. Scooter are considered the most successful German single-record act with 23 top ten hits. Wikipedia

Albums: Live in Hamburg, Jumping All Over the World, Wicked!, more
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Scooter - How much is the fish


How Much Is The Fish?" is a Hard-dance song by German group Scooter. It was released in June 1998 as the lead single from their fifth studio album No Time to Chill. It is the first song to feature Axel Coon.
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Scooter - Call me manana



"Call Me Mañana" is a song by German group Scooter. It was released in January 1999 as the third and final single from the 1998 album No Time to Chill.[1] The melodic theme of the track is a sample from L.A. Style's 1991 single "James Brown Is Dead".
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Scooter - Fire.



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Scooter - I was made fo lovin you



"We Are The Greatest/I Was Made For Lovin' You" is a double A-side single release from the German group Scooter. Released on 21 September 1998,[1] both original versions of the songs are taken from the group's fifth studio album No Time to Chill. However, "We Are The Greatest" is remixed and has new vocals from HP compared to the album version. "I Was Made for Lovin' You" is a cover of the 1979 Kiss song.
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Scooter - Rebell Yell.



"Rebel Yell" a song by English rock musician Billy Idol. The title track of his 1983 album of the same name, it was first released as the album's lead single on 24 October 1983. It charted outside the UK Top 40, but a re-issue of the single in 1985 reached No. 6. In the US, it peaked at No. 46. The song was named the 79th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.[1]
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Scooter - Logical Song


"The Logical Song" is Supertramp's biggest chart hit in both the United States and their native United Kingdom. The song was released as the lead single from their sixth studio album, Breakfast in America (1979), in March 1979 by A&M Records.

"The Logical Song" rose to number 7 in the UK and number 6 in the US Billboard chart.  Paul McCartney named ‘The Logical Song’ as his favorite song of the year in 1979.  "The Logical Song" also appeared on Supertramp co-founder Roger Hodgson's album, Classics Live, a collection of his live performances from acoustic, band and orchestra shows recorded on his Breakfast in America World Tour.


"Ramp! (The Logical Song)", or just "The Logical Song" in certain territories, is a 2001 single by the German techno band Scooter, featured on their second singles compilation album Push the Beat for This Jam (The Singles 98–02). This version heavily samples Supertramp's recording, and makes lyrical references to British stadium house band The KLF.

The single reached number 1 in several European countries, including Norway and Ireland, as well as number 1 in Australia in 2002. It reached number 2 in the United Kingdom, their highest ever charting single beating the number 18 peak of "Back in the U.K." in 1996; it has been certified gold by the BPI, selling over 400,000 copies and was the 15th best-selling single of 2002.

The Scooter version was an anthem in Glasgow's ned culture throughout the 2000s.

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