"Hyper Hyper" is a song by the German band Scooter. It was released in May 1994 as the first single from their first album ... and the Beat Goes On!, released in 1995. It was sold in three versions: two of the versions had the same track listings, but different covers. "Hyper Hyper" was one of the most successful dance hits of 1994.
The original "Hyper Hyper" quotes were taken from Ultra-Sonic's 1993 track "Annihilating Rhythm (Do you love your hardcore?)", licensed to Low Spirit Records/Polydor. Ultra-Sonic receive a "big shout" in the lyrics of the song, as do a further thirty DJs who were popular in Germany in the mid-1990s.
The song was covered again in 2011, entitled "Hacker Hacker", by the German hacker FX of Phenoelit (who provided the lyrics adaptation) and DJ Dom Williams (Phonoelit, TimeCoderz), on the occasion of the last official ph-neutral 0x7db, a Berlin hacker and computer security conference. In this version of the song, the shout-outs go out to 30 more or less famous hackers, researchers and information security professionals.