Behind the Cow

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"Behind The Cow"
Single by Scooter featuring Fatman Scoop
from the album The Ultimate Aural Orgasm
Released 19 January 2007 (Germany)
Format CD Single, 12", Digital download
Recorded 2006, Sheffield Underground Studios
Genre Techno
Length 3:36
Label Sheffield Tunes
Writer(s) H. P. Baxxter
Rick J. Jordan
Michael Simon
Jens Thele
Fatman Scoop
Producer(s) Rick J. Jordan
Michael Simon
Scooter featuring Fatman Scoop singles chronology
"Apache Rocks the Bottom!"
(2007)
"Behind The Cow"
(2007)
"Lass Uns Tanzen"
(2007)

"Behind The Cow" is a 2007 single by German band Scooter featuring American rapper Fatman Scoop. Premiered at The Dome 40 in Düsseldorf on 1 December 2006, it was released on 19 January 2007 as the lead single from their twelfth studio album The Ultimate Aural Orgasm. Jeff "Mantas" Dunn plays guitar on the track.

Track listing[edit]

CD Single[1] & Download[2]
  1. "Behind The Cow" [Radio Version](3:36)
  2. "Behind The Cow" [Extended Version] (6:33)
  3. "Behind The Cow" [Spencer & Hill Bigroom Mix] (6:32)
  4. "Behind The Cow" [Spencer & Hill Dub Radio Edit] (2:54)
  5. "Taj Mahal" (3:27)
12"[3]
  1. "Behind The Cow" [Extended Version] (6:22)
  2. "Behind The Cow" [Spencer & Hill Bigroom Mix] (6:32)
  3. "Behind The Cow" [Spencer & Hill Dub Mix] (5:57)

Music video[edit]

The video was filmed in India, where the band caused controversy by painting a cow, an animal considered holy in India.[4]

Samples[edit]

"Behind the Cow" samples music and lyrics from "What Time Is Love? (Live at Trancentral)" and "America: What Time Is Love?" both by The KLF, "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" by Blue Öyster Cult and "Black Celebration" by Depeche Mode. It also features vocals from the song "Yeh Kali Kali", from the Indian movie "Baazigar"

Charts[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[5] 22
Czech Republic (Rádio Top 100)[6] 73
Europe (European Hot 100 Singles)[7] 53
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[8] 3
Germany (Media Control Charts)[9] 17
Hungary (Single Top 20)[10] 3
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[11] 54
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[12] 59
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[13] 78

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