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How Much Is The Fish?
June 26, 1998
℗ 1998 Sheffield Tunes
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June 26, 1998
℗ 1998 Sheffield Tunes
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Ace is the eighteenth studio album by German band Scooter released on 5 February 2016 through Sheffield Tunes & Kontor Records, preceded by the first single "Riot" on 4 September 2015, and the second single "Oi" was released on 5 February 2016. They both peaked in Hungary at No.16 and 19 respectively. The third single "Mary Got No Lamb" was released on 6 May 2016.
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The Big Mash Up
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Scooter - Live in Hamburg
Under the Radar over the Top
Under the Radar Over the Top is the fourteenth studio album by German hard dance group Scooter. The album was released on 2 October 2009, preceded by the single "J'adore Hardcore" on 14 August. A second single, "Ti Sento", was released on the same day as the album. The third single "The Sound Above My Hair" was released on 27 November 2009., and "Stuck on Replay", the 4th single from the album is being used as the official theme song of 2010 IIHF World Championship.
The album's cover was photographed at the former American NSA espionage site Teufelsberg in Berlin. The title comes from Alexis Petridis' Guardian article about the group's unexpected UK success in 2008. The album's release was supported by a German tour in March 2010.
Under the Radar Over the Top went gold in 2010.
Jumping All Over The World
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A revised version of the album was released in the UK in 2008, their first album release in that country since The Stadium Techno Experience in 2003. It entered the UK Albums Chart at number 1, replacing Madonna's album Hard Candy, and is their highest ever charting release there. On 30 May 2008 it was certified Gold by the BPI and on 22 August 2008 it was certified Platinum.
On 3 October 2008 a new version of Jumping All Over the World was released, titled Jumping All Over the World - Whatever You Want.
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Who's Got the Last Laugh Now?
Who's Got the Last Laugh Now? is the eleventh studio album by Scooter. It was released on 4 November 2005 through Sheffield Tunes.
Two singles were released from the album: "Hello!" and a remix of "Rock Bottom" and "Apache" entitled "Apache Rocks the Bottom!". The original "Rock Bottom" was also released as a single solely in the Netherlands. It is the last studio album featuring Jay Frog, who had been with the band since late 2002.
Mind the Gap
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Three different versions of the album were released – Basic, Regular and Deluxe. The Basic Version contains all 11 studio tracks, but no booklet. The Regular Version includes booklet as well as two additional tracks with "Jigga Jigga!" and "Trip to Nowhere". The Deluxe Version includes cardboard packaging, a two-sided poster and an additional CD containing tracks from the live album 10th Anniversary Concert, which was previously released as digital download on the Internet.
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