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Scooter release their second “Best Of” album entitled “Push The Beat For This Jam (The Second Chapter)” and take another look back over the past years. The single “Ramp (The Logical Song)” and the album “Push The Beat For This Jam” reach number 1 in the Norwegian charts at the same time and both go platinum.
Axel Coon leaves the band to concentrate on his DJ and remix projects. He is replaced by Jay Frog, who has already released one single (“Pushin”) on Kontor Records.
Things did not always run smoothly as you can imagine in a successful group. Despite the occasional arguments and stress, the fun factor shines through. The bands after-show parties are now legendary and the explosive gigs are still a terrific experience for all fans. H.P., Rick, Jay and their manager Jens are excitedly looking forward to the coring, third chapter of the Scooter story.
And the third chapter starts very successful for Scooter. The single “Nessaja”, it is a version of the title track from Peter Maffay’s musical “Tabaluga”, reaches number 1 in Germany – like not other single of Scooter before. The hero in the video is without a doubt “Joey”, a one-metre tall bush kangaroo, who has both the film crew and members running around.

In May the first Scooter DVD “Encore (The Whole Story)” and the live CD “Encore – Live And Direct” are released. Additionally “Ramp” is released in the U.K. and breaks all expectations: number 2 in the sales charts – a previous never reached success for Scooter in the U.K.

In October another Best-Of-Album is released (mainly for East Europe). “24 Carat Gold” contains all Scooter-singles at one CD.

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