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Album Review

On their 15th studio album, The Big Mash Up, German techno act Scooter deliver another batch of their trademark sample-heavy dance tracks while adding some new stylistic elements such as dubstep ("David Doesn't Eat," "Beyond the Invisible") and house (the single "The Only One"). Sampled songs include Nick Straker's "Walk in the Park" (on "David Doesn't Eat"), Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody" (on "It's a Biz"), and Richard Sanderson's "Reality" (on "Dreams"). The double album's second CD features an 80-minute mix called "Suck My Megamix," which incorporates 46 Scooter singles. The Big Mash Up is also available as a limited edition including a DVD with the live show The Stadium Techno Inferno, recorded live in Hamburg, Germany in 2011.


Formed: Hamburg, Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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