Bass Bumpers

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Bass Bumpers
Years active1990-present
LabelsDance Street Records
MembersHenning Reith, Caba Kroll, CJ Stone, George Dee, Akira Yamamoto, Reinhard "DJ Voodoo" Raith

Bass Bumpers are a German DJ and record production team, known for their dance/techno music. They are originally from Germany; with members: Henning Reith, Caba Kroll, CJ Stone, George Dee, Akira Yamamoto, and Reinhard "DJ Voodoo" Raith. Also known as Bass Bumpers, CJ Stone, and Bad Habit Boys, they produced their own hits such as "Good Fun", "The Music's Got Me" (a number 36 hit on Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs chart in 1992), "Move to the Rhythm" and "Rhythm Is A Dancer (2003)" with Snap!. Perhaps their biggest success was when they created Crazy Frog's remake of the popular hit "Axel F" from Beverly Hills Cop.[citation needed] This was a song credited to Crazy Frog, which peaked at number 1 in the UK on 31 May 2005.[citation needed]

In 1992 they also produced some songs for "Cadavrexquis" 's album of Amanda Lear.

Their own tracks, "The Music's Got Me" (1992) and "Runnin'" (1993) were minor hits in the UK Singles Chart.[1]

In 2015, the group released "The Music's Got Me" with new mixes from North2South, La Chord, and Taito Tikaro.



  • 1992: Advance
Track number Song name Duration
1 The Music's Got Me 05:54
2 Get The Big Bass 04:05
3 Touch Me 04:02
4 Don't Fight The Feeling 06:45
5 Move To The Rhythm 04:11
6 Give Yourself To Me 04:13
7 Can't Stand Still 04:02
8 The M.E.L.L.O. 04:30
9 Mystery 05:42
10 Can't Stop Moving Around 05:34
11 Touch Me (Factory Dub Mix) - Bonus Track 06:30
  • 1993: Recouped Advance
  • 1995: The Best of
  • 2004: Dance History


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
1990 "Can't Stop Dancing" Advance
1991 "Get the Big Bass"
1992 "The Music's Got Me" 16 25
"Move to the Rhythm" 37 40
"Mega Bump" Single only
1993 "Runnin'" 36 68 Recouped Advance
1994 "Good Fun" 39 Singles only
1995 "Keep on Pushing" 94
"—" denotes releases that did not chart


  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  2. ^ a b International peaks Archived March 9, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ German peaks