Jumping All Over the World (song)

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"Jumping All Over The World"
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Single by Scooter
from the album Jumping All Over The World
B-side ""Tribal Tango"
"B.O.B.""
Released 2 February 2008 (Germany)
9 June 2008 (UK)
Format CD Single, 12", Digital download
Recorded 2007
Genre Jumpstyle
Length 3:46
Label Sheffield Tunes (Germany)
All Around The World (UK)
Songwriter(s) Georg Kajanus
H. P. Baxxter
Rick J. Jordan
Michael Simon
Jens Thele
Producer(s) Rick J. Jordan
Michael Simon
Scooter singles chronology
"And No Matches"
(2007)
"Jumping All Over The World"
(2008)
"I'm Lonely"
(2008)

"Jumping All Over The World" is a single by German group Scooter, taken from the 2007 album Jumping All Over The World. In the United Kingdom it has become their highest charting single in five years, reaching number 28 in the UK Singles Chart. The radio edit of the song features an extra verse, an altered opening, and an added crowd chorus near the end of the song.[1] This differs from the album edit that has only one verse and no crowd chorus.

Track listings[edit]

CD Maxi[2]
No. Title Length
1. "Jumping All Over The World (Radio Edit)" 3:46
2. "Jumping All Over The World (Jacques Renault Club Mix)" 5:56
3. "Jumping All Over The World (Extended Mix)" 5:43
4. "Tribal Tango" 3:50
5. "B.O.B." 3:41
12"
No. Title Length
1. "Jumping All Over The World (Extended Mix)" 5:43
2. "Jumping All Over The World (Jacques Renault Club Mix)" 5:56
Download
No. Title Length
1. "Jumping All Over The World (Radio Edit)" 3:46
2. "Jumping All Over The World (Jacques Renault Club Mix)" 5:56
3. "Jumping All Over The World (Extended Mix)" 5:43
4. "Tribal Tango" 3:50
UK CD Maxi[3] / UK Download
No. Title Length
1. "Jumping All Over The World (Radio Edit)" 3:46
2. "Jumping All Over The World (Jacques Renault Club Mix)" 5:56
3. "Jumping All Over The World (Extended Mix)" 5:43
4. "Jumping All Over The World (Fugitives 80's Style Remix)" 5:53
5. "Jumping All Over The World (Alex K Remix)" 6:35

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[4] 23
Europe (European Hot 100 Singles)[5] 58
Germany (Official German Charts)[6] 15
Ireland (IRMA)[7] 10
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[8] 28

Music video[edit]

The music video features lead Scooter singer H.P. Baxxter singing, while the Sheffield Jumpers are Jumping at different sites in the world. The Sheffield Jumpers were actually sent to these locations, such as India, Japan, Russia, and the United Kingdom.[9] Concert footage is also used.

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