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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Scooter - "Devil's Symphony (Lyric Video)" [Dance]

Devil's Symphony (Lyric Video)

"Devil's Symphony (Lyric Video)" music video by Scooter
Added: 30-10-2019
Genre : Dance
Description : Scooter - Devil's Symphony (Official Lyric Video 4K)

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German rave machine Scooter are one of the most successful dance acts of all time, having sold millions of records, scored dozens of hit singles and full-lengths, and completed numerous international tours since forming in the early '90s. The group is the embodiment of dance music at its most over the top and excessive, taking the KLF's concept of stadium house to its extreme. Led by austere frontman H.P. Baxxter, the majority of the group's songs feature gigantic singalong choruses (often referencing a wide spectrum of both pop and underground hits), crowd noise, and the loudest, most booming beats imaginable. Starting by producing happy hardcore and hard trance, the highly prolific group's sound has rapidly evolved with the times, incorporating dance music trends such as jumpstyle, dubstep, and electro-house. Their carnivalesque live shows involve lasers, pyrotechnics, dancers, and copious amounts of audience participation. Scooter have remained massively successful without signing to a major label, having released music on Edel imprint Club Tools during the '90s before starting their own Sheffield Tunes in 2000.

The group celebrated two decades of hitmaking with 20 Years of Hardcore in late 2013. Jordan then announced that he would be leaving Scooter after the group's 2014 tour. His replacement, Phil Speiser, made his debut with Scooter on the group's 17th studio album, The Fifth Chapter. Ace appeared in 2016, followed by Scooter Forever in 2017.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Scooter