Scooter ‎– Move Your Ass!

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Club Tools ‎– 0060905CLU, Club Tools ‎– 0060905 CLU, Club Tools ‎– CLU 6090-5
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Credits

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Recorded at the Ambience Studio, Germany.
Mastered at Bass-Factory, London.
Published by Edition Loop Dance Constructions c/o Hanseatic / Warner Chappell.

℗ + © 1995 "edel" Gesellschaft für Produktmarketing mbH
Made in Germany by Optimal
Printed and manufactured in Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 82124 60905 4
  • Barcode (String): 782124609054
  • Matrix / Runout: OPTIMAL Germany CLU 6090-5 A
  • Label Code: LC 4923
  • Rights Society: GEMA BIEM
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0718

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCOOT P1 Scooter Move Your Ass (Platinum People Mix)(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Not On Label SCOOT P1 UK Unknown Sell This Version
ADICT016CD Scooter Move Your Ass!(CD, Maxi) Addiction Records ADICT016CD Australia 1995 Sell This Version
MX 593 Scooter Move Your Ass(12") Blanco Y Negro (2) MX 593 Spain 1994 Sell This Version
190 850.2, 190850 2 Scooter Move Your Ass!(CD, Single) Scorpio Music, Scorpio Music 190 850.2, 190850 2 France 1995 Sell This Version
190 851-2 Scooter Move Your Ass!(CD, Maxi) Scorpio Music 190 851-2 France 1995 Sell This Version

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HardBass

HardBass

January 29, 2017
Well, I don’t know, guys, but it seems that “Back in Time” was also ripped-off. Just check out “Starship” by Perfroming Arts which came about the same time. This track is almost 100 per cent the same.
zoundshine

zoundshine

January 21, 2017

Scooters second Rave / Happy Hardcore release "Move Your Ass" is in my eyes really astonishing. "Hyper Hyper" was a huge success, and I bet a lot of people would have thought the follow up will be a bummer. To come up with a line like that is as easy as brilliant. It sounds so simple, and that's the reason why it worked. "Move Your Ass" was costlier produced, has more instruments and sounds more varied than its predecessor. For me, a Happy Hardcore enthusiast, the A-side was clearly the reason to buy this one. It's still a stunner on a 90s party, and the (raving) crowd just loves it. The pearls of wisdom with which H.P. presents us are still witty and etched in every fans mind. They showed for the first time what they were made of.

To be honest, I'm not sure why so many people adore the B-side. But I never was so much into the "common" trance genre to forge an objective opinion on this song. It just never stuck to my head. Another reason why there is just a limited quantity of songs like that is that they chose to serve the Happy Hardcore genre. At least till 1996.