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1-01 The Definition
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
1:26
1-02 Jumping All Over The World
Written-By – Georg Kajanus, H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
3:51
1-03 The Question Is What Is The Question?
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Hans van Hemert, Harry van Hoof, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
3:48
1-04 Enola Gay
Written-By – McCluskey*
4:01
1-05 Neverending Story
Written-By – Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey
3:54
1-06 And No Matches
Written-By – Emilia, H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan, Yogi
3:34
1-07 Cambodia
Written-By – Marty Wilde, Ricky Wilde
5:26
1-08 I'm Lonely
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jef Martens, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
3:33
1-09 Whistling Dave
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
3:41
1-10 Marian (Version)
Written-By – Andrew Eldritch, Wayne Hussey
4:58
1-11 Lighten Up The Sky
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
6:21
1-12 The Hardcore Massive
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
4:28
1-13 Jump That Rock!
Written-By – Bown*, H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan, Parfitt*
3:50
1-14 The Greatest Difficulty
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
0:21
The Scooter Top Ten Anthology
2-01 Apache Rocks The Bottom
Written-By – Lordan*
3:46
2-02 One (Always Hardcore)
Music By, Lyrics By – H.P. Baxxter, Jay Frog, Jens Thele, Jeroen Streunding, Rick J. Jordan
3:50
2-03 Shake That!
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Harry Wayne Casey, Jay Frog, Jens Thele, Richard Raymond Finch*, Rick J. Jordan
3:18
2-04 Jigga Jigga!
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jay Frog, Jens Thele, Rick J. Jordan
3:54
2-05 Maria (I Like It Loud)
Written-By – H.P. Baxxter, Jay Frog, Jens Thele, Rick J. Jordan
3:40
2-06 The Night
Written-By, Composed By – Addoms*, H.P. Baxxter, Jay Frog, J. Thele*, Lino Nicolosi, Rick J. Jordan
3:24
2-07 Weekend!
Written-By – Gerard Koerts, H.P. Baxxter, Jay Frog, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:36
2-08 Nessaja
Written-By – Maffay*, Zuckowski*
3:29
2-09 The Logical Song
Written-By – Rick Davies And Roger Hodgson*
3:54
2-10 Posse (I Need You On The Floor)
Written-By – Axel Coon, H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:52
2-11 Faster Harder Scooter
Written-By – Axel Coon, H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:47
2-12 How Much Is The Fish?
Written-By – Axel Coon, H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:46
2-13 Fire
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:32
2-14 I'm Raving
Music By, Words By – M. Cohn*
3:38
2-15 Rebel Yell
Music By, Words By – Billy Idol, Steve Stevens
3:40
2-16 Back In The U.K.
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:25
2-17 Endless Summer
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:55
2-18 Friends
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:48
2-19 Move Your Ass!
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:58
2-20 Hyper Hyper
Written-By – Ferris Bueller , H.P. Baxxter, J. Thele*, Rick J. Jordan
3:37

Credits

  • Artwork – Marc Schillkowski*
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan
  • Lyrics By – H.P. Baxxter
  • Producer – H.P. Baxxter, Jens Thele, Michael Simon, Rick J. Jordan

Notes

(P) & (C) 2008 Sheffield Tunes/AATWU/Universal Music TV, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited.

It is possible that the Jewel Case contains a sticker with different barcode (5 018705 680521) which is positioned over the original barcode. Possible for US Import.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 602517721920
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02517 72192 0
  • Other (Category CD1): 1772193 0186102STU
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 1772193 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 0407
  • Other (Category CD2): 1772194
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 1772194 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI O4AB IFPI 0409
  • Label Code: LC 11045

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
018609-2 STU Scooter Jumping All Over The World ‎(CD, Album) Sheffield Tunes 018609-2 STU Germany 2007
175 791 3 Scooter Jumping All Over The World ‎(2xCD) Magic Records 175 791 3 Poland 2007
4205-2 Scooter Jumping All Over The World ‎(CD, Album) Roton 4205-2 Romania 2007
CDS671 Scooter Jumping All Over The World / Whatever You Want ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Digital Technologies CDS671 Russia 2008
EA 71558 Scooter Jumping All Over The World ‎(CD, Album + CD, Comp) EQ Dance Club, Sheffield Tunes EA 71558 Malaysia 2007

Scooter - Jumping All Over The World FLAC album

Musician performer: Scooter

Title: Jumping All Over The World

Country: Germany

Date of release: 2008

Style: Trance, Jumpstyle

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1802 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 999

Other Formats: MP1 WMA DXD DTS MP4 RA ASF

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Jorad
What the hell happened to Scooter? This album is terrible. I'm not referring to Disc 2 as that contains many classics but whats going on with Disc 1? A slight change of direction is understandable but the fusion of Jumpstyle/Hardstyle with the signature Mickey Mouse vocals and melodies/harmonies just doesn't work. They've tried to jump (excuse the pun) on the Jumpstyle/Hardstyle bandwagon in an attempt to be "down with the kids". Jumpstyle/Hardstyle, in my opinion, is fairly minimalistic and Scooters 'touches' only serve to make it sound far too busy and messy. Jumpstyle/Hardstyle often uses the bass 'kick' to convey, again, a minimalistic bassline (by tuning the kick) but Scooter attempt to use it as they would with a traditional bassline, which sounds odd to say the least... especially as it sounds like they've used a sampled kick which when pitched up or down (to create a bassline) is not timestretched resulting in many parts of the tracks sounding completely out of time! "Neverending Story" starts off promising with the tried and tested Scooter formula but then it all goes horribly wrong. They go far, far too over the top with the constant clap on every beat... and ruin the breaks which could have actually been quite pleasant to listen to. "The Question..." is what were they thinking? A bit of Technohead's 'I Wanna Be A Hippy', a sample from Real to Reel's 'I Like to Move It', a sample from DJ Kicken's Louder [DJ Jacky Jump Mix] and the cliche'd 'Woo. Yeah. Woo. Yeah' from way back in the late 80's/early 90's. Running out of idea's or something Scooter? Another track that ends up sounding badly sequenced courtesy of the roaming bassline/kick "Enola Gay" despite the repeated claims of 'Hardstyle' (baby) and, once again, the constant clap on every beat it is absolutely nothing like what I would term Hardstyle. Then there's the blatant use of the 'Hardstyyyyyyyle' sample from the NEXUS VSTi expansion pack? Oh, and come on Scooter... ELO's Enola Gay has been done to death!! "And No Matches" is one of the better tracks on Disc 1 and is a little more like what we expect from Scooter... Good old cheesey dance with the typically stupid vocals: 'Coffee is not my cup of tea' "Cambodia" is a poor rework of a Vorwerk track with the same title, only Scooter have gone and ruined it. Shame really as Cambodia was one of the first Jumpstyle tracks I heard and is quite possibly my favourite. "I'm Lonely" sounds far to similar to Frozen Flames by Jekyll & Hyde... Well, apart from the break down which at least benefits from not having that annoying clap on every beat. "Whistling Dave" Tetris? Oh please Scooter, you really were struggling with this album weren't you?! "Marian" is obviously from the 80's bless her... There's nothing else that would explain this track. An 80's sounding electro track with a modern house beat, quite frankly a bizarre choice for inclusion on this album. "Lighten up the Sky" actually sounds like a proper Hardstyle track but oddly suffers from the lack of Scooter signature elements that make their tracks instantly recognisable. Its a good track I guess but it could have been written by anyone. Actually, I'm bored now... and so are you probably. So I'm not going to bother reviewing the rest of the tracks! It just seems like Scooter are trying to be cool when their unashamedly cheesey and happy sound was all their own and made them cool to begin with! Sorry for such a negative review but this album falls far short of Scooters previous works.
Jorad
What the hell happened to Scooter? This album is terrible. I'm not referring to Disc 2 as that contains many classics but whats going on with Disc 1? A slight change of direction is understandable but the fusion of Jumpstyle/Hardstyle with the signature Mickey Mouse vocals and melodies/harmonies just doesn't work. They've tried to jump (excuse the pun) on the Jumpstyle/Hardstyle bandwagon in an attempt to be "down with the kids". Jumpstyle/Hardstyle, in my opinion, is fairly minimalistic and Scooters 'touches' only serve to make it sound far too busy and messy. Jumpstyle/Hardstyle often uses the bass 'kick' to convey, again, a minimalistic bassline (by tuning the kick) but Scooter attempt to use it as they would with a traditional bassline, which sounds odd to say the least... especially as it sounds like they've used a sampled kick which when pitched up or down (to create a bassline) is not timestretched resulting in many parts of the tracks sounding completely out of time! "Neverending Story" starts off promising with the tried and tested Scooter formula but then it all goes horribly wrong. They go far, far too over the top with the constant clap on every beat... and ruin the breaks which could have actually been quite pleasant to listen to. "The Question..." is what were they thinking? A bit of Technohead's 'I Wanna Be A Hippy', a sample from Real to Reel's 'I Like to Move It', a sample from DJ Kicken's Louder [DJ Jacky Jump Mix] and the cliche'd 'Woo. Yeah. Woo. Yeah' from way back in the late 80's/early 90's. Running out of idea's or something Scooter? Another track that ends up sounding badly sequenced courtesy of the roaming bassline/kick "Enola Gay" despite the repeated claims of 'Hardstyle' (baby) and, once again, the constant clap on every beat it is absolutely nothing like what I would term Hardstyle. Then there's the blatant use of the 'Hardstyyyyyyyle' sample from the NEXUS VSTi expansion pack? Oh, and come on Scooter... ELO's Enola Gay has been done to death!! "And No Matches" is one of the better tracks on Disc 1 and is a little more like what we expect from Scooter... Good old cheesey dance with the typically stupid vocals: 'Coffee is not my cup of tea' "Cambodia" is a poor rework of a Vorwerk track with the same title, only Scooter have gone and ruined it. Shame really as Cambodia was one of the first Jumpstyle tracks I heard and is quite possibly my favourite. "I'm Lonely" sounds far to similar to Frozen Flames by Jekyll & Hyde... Well, apart from the break down which at least benefits from not having that annoying clap on every beat. "Whistling Dave" Tetris? Oh please Scooter, you really were struggling with this album weren't you?! "Marian" is obviously from the 80's bless her... There's nothing else that would explain this track. An 80's sounding electro track with a modern house beat, quite frankly a bizarre choice for inclusion on this album. "Lighten up the Sky" actually sounds like a proper Hardstyle track but oddly suffers from the lack of Scooter signature elements that make their tracks instantly recognisable. Its a good track I guess but it could have been written by anyone. Actually, I'm bored now... and so are you probably. So I'm not going to bother reviewing the rest of the tracks! It just seems like Scooter are trying to be cool when their unashamedly cheesey and happy sound was all their own and made them cool to begin with! Sorry for such a negative review but this album falls far short of Scooters previous works.
Thomeena
Thanks for the corrections. Now I know why Marian sounds so dreary! ;)I later realised that Cambodia was by Kim Wilde (and family) as I stumbled upon it on YouTube. However the point I was trying to make was not who originally wrote it but that Scooters version is pretty much a bad copy of Vorwerks version.Yes, of course, OMD not ELO. My bad! I got one letter right ;)
Thomeena
Thanks for the corrections. Now I know why Marian sounds so dreary! ;)I later realised that Cambodia was by Kim Wilde (and family) as I stumbled upon it on YouTube. However the point I was trying to make was not who originally wrote it but that Scooters version is pretty much a bad copy of Vorwerks version.Yes, of course, OMD not ELO. My bad! I got one letter right ;)
Nafyn
"Marian (Version)" is a song by The Sisters of Mercy. The original is not electro, but goth rock. You did, however, accurately guess its period. It was first released on the album "First and Last and Always" in 1985. Scooter's cover stays true to the original while lending it a modern sound."Cambodia" is not a Vorwerk track. It is yet another product of the 80's that was later covered by Vorwerk. It was originally performed by Kim Wilde and her father and brother are credited for writing it."Enola Gay" was written by Andy McCluskey of OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark), not ELO.
Nafyn
"Marian (Version)" is a song by The Sisters of Mercy. The original is not electro, but goth rock. You did, however, accurately guess its period. It was first released on the album "First and Last and Always" in 1985. Scooter's cover stays true to the original while lending it a modern sound."Cambodia" is not a Vorwerk track. It is yet another product of the 80's that was later covered by Vorwerk. It was originally performed by Kim Wilde and her father and brother are credited for writing it."Enola Gay" was written by Andy McCluskey of OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark), not ELO.