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Push the Beat for This Jam: the Singles 1994-2002 CD
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Push the Beat for This Jam
After brief brushes with the UK chart in the mid 1990s, Scooter retreated back to their native Hamburg to carry on producing their trademark Eurotrash-pop and to concentrate on their native mainland European fan base. Push The Beat For This Jam collects together some of the highlights from those 'missing years'. Like their best-known track "The Logical Song", the collection is filled with tracks that are adored in the discos of the Azores. Featuring samples from familiar sounding tunes, the tracks are instantly catchy but also totally trashy. On their cover of Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell" and on the dreadful "F**k The Millennium", the guys delude themselves that they're the hard guys of Euro-pop. Instead they just sound like X-Rated Aqua impostors. With samples of crowds cheering, and the rapping of their nonsensical lyrics, there are also distinct echoes of the KLF and The Shamen. However at least the KLF were always 'tongue in cheek' but on the bizarrely titled "How Much Is The Fish?" Scooter seem to be seriously lacking irony. Push For The Beat For This Jam is recommended listening for, souped-up XR-3i drivers, who like to play music 'loud' on their car stereos.--John Galilee
Top Customer Reviews
Cheesy aside and skipping over a couple of truly terrible tracks I still really like this album though even the KLF inspired parts aren't enough to make me take Scooter seriously. If you liked the logical song (in the UK charts as I write this) then you will find plenty more to like on this album.
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I love this album great for any body combat fans as it includes a couple of tracks from combatPublished 12 months ago by skarlet kray
Bought this for fiance. He didn't have this one previously and was delighted with it.Published 13 months ago by jayne chestnutt
lost my original copy years ago,forgot how good this album is.Published 18 months ago by Kindle Customer