Scooter ‎– Mind The Gap

Sheffield Tunes ‎– CD 0158392STU, Sheffield Tunes ‎– 0158392STU
CD, Album, Enhanced


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Regular edition includes booklet and multimedia features:
+ the X-rated version of the "Shake That!" video
+ the "Making Of" documentary
+ an interview with Scooter
+ a photo gallery

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4250117602093
  • Label Code: LC 11045
  • Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production A413222-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9701
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 28) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
3684-2 Scooter Mind The Gap(CD, Album, Enh) SINCRON 3684-2 Romania 2004 Sell This Version
3684-4 Scooter Mind The Gap(Cass, Album) NRG!A 3684-4 Romania 2004 Sell This Version
ADDCD106 Scooter Mind The Gap(CD, Album, Enh + CD, Album) Sheffield Tunes, Addiction Records, Shock (2) ADDCD106 Australia 2004 Sell This Version
none Scooter Mind The Gap(CD, Album, Unofficial) Sheffield Tunes (2) none Russia 2004 Sell This Version
0158872STU Scooter Mind The Gap(CD, Album, Enh) Sheffield Tunes 0158872STU Germany 2004 Sell This Version


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May 17, 2016
Amazing album. The first Scooter album I bought and it blew me away. Mixes in all sorts of styles from a nod to Tuxedomoon with "My Eyes Are Dry" to a full on trance anthem in "Trance-Atlantic". Amazing stuff.


August 13, 2015
A little bit too strange album :) It has special and great trance style track "Trance-Atlantic", but there is too much of rock music mixed with other styles...


November 20, 2014
Really good album. My favourite tracks are all i wanna do, one, jigga jigga and trance atlantic . But other tracks are great too.


January 19, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
This is actually a very good release, One (Always Hardcore) is definitely using a guitar sample from another song, but it sounds so good, does it really matter? Shake That! is a funny cover of an old disco tune. My Eyes Are Dry is a bit strange, but interesting. For a moment, I thought All I Wanna Do was going to be speedbass, but no, it's a throwback to their happy hardcore days, as a cover of an older song. Jigga Jigga is one of the signature tunes on this CD, it has the elements of a massive stadium tune --huge melodic intro, good backing, good vocals, and epic celtic-styled vocals. Fantastic song. Trance Atlantic is good trance (not stunning, but good). I remember hearing Rammstein cover Stripped, years ago... this version is odd. Suavamente is crazy, but fun! Latin-styled dance music, although the single version is much more interesting, with HP's vocals. The Chaser is another signature tune from this album. Similar to Jigga Jigga with epic vocals, but it takes less of a bigroom anthem sound, and drives more with a darker sound. Trip To Nowhere is also good trance, although it is not quite a knockout tune. Overall, I think this is a good release.


March 11, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Much commercial stuff, of course. But not everything is 'trash' at all. Trance lovers shouldn't miss "Trip To Nowhere", it is really an outstanding track! "Trance-Atlantic" follows a similar style but it can't compete with the bonus track. "Suavemente" is also interesting, a kind of Latin Techno(!) without H.P. vocals and - it is their new single (but this will include his stupid voice again, for sure)! Shake That and One are those typical commercial cover versions, nothing worth listen to. "Stripped" is a cover of Depeche Mode. Don't know if they changed anything on this track except of adding H.P.'s vocals... All I Wanna Do, also a cover, follows their former Happy Hardcore style known from "Back In The U.K." and reminds me of their better days. All other tracks don't deserve to my comment.