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In July 1999, Scooter released their first single "Faster Harder Scooter", from their sixth album, Back to the Heavyweight Jam.
While the single peaked at No.7 at home, it did quite well in Scandinavia peaking at No.3 in Sweden and No.2 in Finland, and the trio eventually picked up a platinum-award in Sweden for selling over 40,000 copies of the single.
5 on the Billboard Dance/Club play chart on June 23, 1990, whereas the single "She's a Secretary/Strange" peaked at No.
12 on Dance/Club play chart on December 8 of the same year.
(The Logical Song)", "Nessaja", "Weekend", "Maria (I Like It Loud)" and "The Question Is What Is the Question? The band released their first album Meanwhile in 1989.
Jordan took care of the keyboards and sound engineering.
In April 1994, Scooter played their first live show at "The Palladium" in Hamburg.
Not finding the expected success in the New Wave arena, Baxxter kept working at the former Hamburg based Indie label (currently Edel Records) in the Distribution and Sales department where he met Scooter's future manager Jens Thele.While the single went platinum in Australia and Norway, it managed to reach the No.2 position in the United Kingdom, where it went gold for sales of over 400,000 units.At the beginning of 2002, immediately after the release of trio's compilation album Push the Beat for this Jam, Axel Coon left the band to pursue a solo career in DJing and remixing, and Jay Frog became the new third person.In late 2000, after their second single "She's the Sun," Scooter were awarded a Comet at the 2000 VIVA Comet Awards in the category of "Most Successful Dance Act".The band's 21st single, "Posse (I Need You on the Floor)" was released in Germany on May 21, 2001 and it was the first Scooter single since "Endless Summer" to include a high-pitched-voice in the chorus.
In 1998, Ferris Bueller (Soren Buehler) left the group to pursue a solo career (he later admitted that he had been suffering from depression for several years due to his then new time-demanding life as a pop star), and was replaced by DJ Axel Coon, who had been working with the band at the recording studio for some time already.