Scooter ‎– Hyper Hyper

Club Tools ‎– 0060735CLU, Club Tools ‎– 0060735 CLU
CD, Maxi-Single


1 Hyper Hyper (Faster, Harder, Scooter) 5:15
2 Hyper Hyper (On A Spanish Fly Tip) 5:12
3 Hyper Hyper (Original Version) 5:13
4 Hyper Hyper (Video Edit) 3:37
5 Rhapsody In E 6:08

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Recorded at the Ambience Studio, Germany.
Published by Rückbank Musikverlage.
℗+© 1994 'edel' Gesellschaft für Produktmarketing mbH.
Printed and manufactured in Germany.
Disc made in Germany by Optimal.

Catalog number appears:
- on the spine: 0060735CLU
- on inlay and disc: 0060735 CLU

Running Time: 25:25

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82124 60735
  • Barcode (String): 782124607357
  • Matrix / Runout: OPTIMAL Germany CLU 6073-5
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 4923

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0060400CLU Scooter Hyper, Hyper(12") Club Tools 0060400CLU Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1994 Sell This Version
190 777-2 Scooter Hyper Hyper(CD, Maxi) Scorpio Music 190 777-2 France 1994 Sell This Version
0060405 CLU, 0060405CLU Scooter Hyper Hyper(CD, Maxi) Club Tools, Club Tools 0060405 CLU, 0060405CLU Germany 1994 Sell This Version
none Scooter Hyper Hyper(3xFile, MP3, 320) Sheffield Tunes none Germany Unknown
006073-0 CLU Scooter Hyper Hyper(12") Club Tools 006073-0 CLU Italy 1994 Sell This Version


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February 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Hyper Hyper was indeed based in UltraSonic's tracks... not only in Anihilating Rythym, but others... it's like a mix, only Scooter had more sucess, partially because the track sounds better than UltraSonic's ones...
Scooter is not an original in concept... UltraSonic was the real creator of this "live-shouting-techno-happycore" style.
Personally, I've always like Hyper Hyper's melody... since it became a very famous track, of course it's either hated or loved, but still manages to bring back old memories...

But this single has a very very special treat, a track that despite being in one of the most sold techno-galaxy singles ever... is completly ignored/forgotten: Rhapsody in E.
This is one of the best tracks I have ever heard, and probably one in a Kind... I believe it's in the instrumental tracks Scooter show that despite all the mambo-jumbo-siberia-crap, they DO have talent. Yet, they prefer to cash in. This track, along with others is a very definitive proof... marvellous melody, samples, composition and a mood of nostalgia and futuristic embrace... unique. For me (and sorry for the blasphemy) this is PCP vs Chopin, but somehow Scooter made it!