The band Scooter appeared in Germany in 1988 when two friends H.P. Baxxter and Rick Jordan decided to form a project called Celebrate The Nun. It became fairly successful. Some of the group’s songs even made it into the American charts.
Baxxter attended a prestigious college but quit his studies to work with the band. He decided to devote his entire life to music. The band’s work was noticed by a successful producer, Axel Henninger. He helped the group record its debut album, Meanwhile. It earned positive reviews from the critics and fans. Two years later, the group presented a new album, Continuous.
After the release of the second album, the Billboard Magazine wrote a praising article about the group. At the same time, musicians decided to change the name to The Loop and invite new members. Soon Jens Thele and Ferris Bueller joined the band.
Musicians spent the majority of their time recording remixes. They were inspired by the work of such celebrities as Marky Mark, Toni Di Bart, and Tag Team. Until 1993, artists were honing their skills and waiting for a good label to make them an offer.