In 1993, H.P. Baxxter and Rock J. Jordan, who already worked together, invited Ferris Bueller to create a band. Jens Thele became their manager. The new band was named Scooter. Back then the members couldn’t even imagine how popular they were about to become.
In 1994, Scooter released their first single "Hyper Hyper". It was a quick hit, reaching the 2nd spot on the German Singles Chart. The song conquered other European charts as well.
In 1995, the band released their debut studio album …and the Beat Goes On! The LP became a big hit in the dance music world. It earned two platinum certificates.
Scooter’s second album Our Happy Hardcore came out in February 1996. It became even more successful than the previous work. The LP earned three gold certificates and went platinum in Hungary. Half a year later, Scooter recorded a new album Wicked!, which earned four gold and two platinum certifications. The band was becoming more and more popular. It was tougher and tougher to book Scooter for any event.
In 1997, the band released Age of Love, which earned three gold certificates. The music video "The Age of Love" earned a prize at the ANIMAGO’98 festival as the best video of the year. To celebrate the end of the first creative chapter of the band’s career, they released the compilation album Rough & Tough & Dangerous – The Singles 94/98. Ferris Bueller left the band shortly after the release.
The new lineup released a new LP No Time to Chill. The leading single "How Much Is the Fish?" conquered the world. It reached high spots on many European charts. In Germany, it was 3rd in the Singles Chart.
The new LP Back to the Heavyweight Jam (1999) reached the 7th spot on the German Album Chart and received a gold certificate. The band’s next LP Sheffield, which came out in 2000,was named a creative experiment. A year later, Scooter released We Bring the Noise!
Another creative chapter of the group ended in 2002 with the release of the compilation LP Push the Beat for this Jam (The Second Chapter). The LP earned five gold and one platinum certificate.
The band’s new studio album The Stadium Techno Experience came out in 2003. It was called the best album Scooter ever released. It even brought the group ECHO award for the Best Dance Act. A year later the band recorded their 10th album, Mind the Gap.
In 2006, the group ended another chapter with a DVD c Excess All Areas.
In 2007, the band released two albums The Ultimate Aural Orgasm and Jumping All Over the World, which managed to become more popular than Madonna’s LPs in the UK.
In October 2008, the band released Under the Radar Over the Top, which became their most successful album in Germany, reaching the 2nd spot on the albums chart.
The LP The Big Mash Up came out in October 2011. A year later Music for a Big Night Out followed.Both albums reached high spots on the European charts. The latter made it into the Germany’s top-10.
The band’s fifth chapter commenced in September 2014 with the release of the LP The Fifth Chapter. The next album Ace (2016) reached the 6th spot on the German Albums Chart.
In 2017, the band celebrated their 25th anniversary and released Scooter Forever. Later they released a compilation album on 5 CDs called 100 % Scooter — 25 Years Wild & Wicked.