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Scooter - Greatest Hits (2010)

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Scooter - Greatest Hits (2010)

Artist: Scooter
Title Of Album: Greatest Hits
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Sheffield Tunes, ООО "СМАРТ"
Genre: Techno, Eurotrance, Progressive House, Eurodance, Jumpstyle
Quality: APE (image+.cue+.log)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 02:38:29
Total Size: 1,11 GB (Covers)












Tracklist:

CD1
01. Hyper Hyper (5:14)
02. Move Your Ass! (5:53)
03. Friends (3:51)
04. Endless Summer (3:57)
05. Back In The U.K. (3:27)
06. Rebel Yell (Extended) (4:46)
07. I'm Raving (3:40)
08. Break it up (3:41)
09. Fire (Extended) (5:14)
10. The Age Of Love (3:54)
11. No Fate (3:45)
12. How Much Is The Fish (Extended) (5:26)
13. I Was Made For Lovin' You (3:36)
14. Call Me Manana (3:52)
15. Faster Harder Scooter (3:50)
16. xxx the Millennium (4:15)
17. The Logical Song (3:58)
18. Posse (I Need You On The Floor) (3:48)
19. Nessaja (3:30)

CD2
01. Weekend! (3:39)
02. The Night (3:27)
03. Maria (I Like It Loud) (Extended) (5:13)
04. Jigga Jigga! (3:57)
05. Shake That! (3:20)
06. One (Always Hardcore) (Extended) (5:32)
07. Suavemente (3:38)
08. Hello! (Good To Be Back) (3:37)
09. Apache Rocks the Bottom (Extended) (5:50)
10. Lass Uns Tanzen (3:46)
11. The Question Is What Is The Question (Extended) (5:54)
12. And No Matches (3:36)
13. I'm Lonely (3:34)
14. Jumping All Over The World (3:49)
15. Jump That Rock (Whatever You Want) (3:27)
16. J'adore Hardcore (Extended) (5:42)
17. Ti Sento (3:58)
18. The Sound Above My Hair (3:40)
19. Stuck On Replay (3:12)

Allmusic.com (by Jason Ankeny):

German techno group Scooter was formed in 1994 by H.P. Baxxter, Rick Jordan and Ferris Bueller, who together with producer Jens Thele previously joined forces as the remix team the Loop. During the 1980s, Baxxter and Jordan also scored a series of club hits as Celebrate the Nun. Debuting with the single "Valleé de Larmes," Scooter scored their breakthrough hit with the follow-up "Hyper Hyper," which sold over 700,000 copies in Germany alone. A series of Top Five hits followed, including "Move Your Ass!," "Friends" and "Endless Summer" (all later collected on the trio's 1995 debut LP ...And the Beat Goes On); with 1996's Our Happy Hardcore, Scooter also scored their first British Top 20 hit, "Back in the U.K." Wicked appeared later that same year, and featured the techno-ballad "Break It Up"; in the wake of 1997's Age of Love, Bueller exited Scooter, and was replaced by Axel Coon for No Time to Chill. Back to the Heavyweight Jam followed in 1999.
The album Sheffield appeared in 2000 and contained the club hits "She's the Sun" and "I'm Your Pusher" along with a cover version of Soft Cell's "Sex Dwarf". We Bring the Noise appeared in 2001 while 2002 saw the release of a live album, Encore, and the singles compilation Push the Beat for This Jam. Three Scooter singles - "Weekend!, "Maria", and "Jigga! Jigga! - filled Euro clubs in 2003 and the full-length Stadium Techno Experience paid tribute to one of the band's favorites - KLF - in both title and cover art. The band's 2004 release, Mind the Gap, was originally released in a "basic" edition, came out a few months later in a "regular" edition with some multimedia tracks added, and was reissued in 2005 in a "deluxe" edition with a bonus live disc.


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