... and the Beat Goes On!

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... and the Beat Goes On!
Scooter - …and the Beat Goes On! album cover.jpg
Studio album by Scooter
Released March 3, 1995 (1995-03-03)
Recorded 1994–1995 at The Ambience Studio, Germany
Length 58:25
Label GermanySwedenPolandClub Tools
FranceScorpio Music
HungaryRecord Express
Hungary Magneoton
Producer The Loop!
Scooter chronology
... and the Beat Goes On!
Our Happy Hardcore
Singles from ...and the Beat Goes On!
  1. "Hyper Hyper"
    Released: 26 May 1994
  2. "Move Your Ass!"
    Released: 27 January 1995
  3. "Friends"
    Released: 11 May 1995
  4. "Endless Summer"
    Released: 24 July 1995

... and the Beat Goes On! is the debut studio album by German dance group Scooter. Four singles were released from it: "Hyper Hyper", "Move Your Ass!", "Friends" and "Endless Summer".


After the success of the single "Hyper Hyper", Scooter decided to make their debut album. Released in early 1995, it contains brand new tracks and reworked "The Loop!"-remixes. There are no gaps between the tracks, it sounds like an imaginary Scooter gig.

The album was re-released in 2013 in the "20 Years of Hardcore Expanded Edition" series. This version contains 3 CDs: the first is the digitally remastered original album; the other two contains the singles, B-sides, live recordings and remixes related to the album.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by H.P. Baxxter, Rick J. Jordan, Jens Thele, and Ferris Bueller.

1."Different Reality"5:33
2."Move Your Ass!"5:38
3."Waiting for Spring"4:28
4."Endless Summer"4:04
6."Rhapsody in E"6:02
7."Hyper Hyper"5:00
8."Raving in Mexico"6:05
9."Beautiful Vibes"5:13
11."Faster Harder Scooter"5:06
  • "Waiting for Spring" is based on The Loop!'s remix of the 1994 single "Parade" by Community Featuring Fonda Rae, entitled "Parade (Waiting 4 Spring)". The Loop! was composed of H.P. Baxxter, Rick J. Jordan and Ferris Bueller before they became Scooter.
  • "Hyper Hyper" takes elements from Scottish group Ultra-Sonic's 1993 song "Annihilating Rhythm", much to Ultra-Sonic's chagrin.[1]
  • The album released on 2 LPs. The main difference from the original edition is the lyrics: most of the tracks, with the exception of the singles, are instrumental.
  • "Faster Harder Scooter" is a different track than "FasterHarderScooter" from the 1999 album "Back to the Heavyweight Jam".


Chart (1995) Peak
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[2] 27
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[3] 25
Dutch Albums (MegaCharts)[4] 31
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[5] 18
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[6] 29