Push the Beat for This Jam (The Singles 98–02)

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Push The Beat For This Jam (The Second Chapter)
Scooter - Push the Beat for this Jam.jpg
Compilation album by Scooter
Released Germany 7 January 2002
Japan 6 March 2002
United Kingdom 29 July 2002
United States 17 September 2002
Recorded 1998 - 2002
Genre Hardcore techno
Length 2:24:34
Label Sheffield Tunes
Producer H.P. Baxxter
Rick J. Jordan
Axel Coon
Jens Thele
Scooter chronology
We Bring The Noise!
(2001)We Bring The Noise!2001
Push the Beat for This Jam (The Singles 98-02)
Encore: Live and Direct
(2002)Encore: Live and Direct2002
Alternative Covers
U.S. Cover
U.S. Cover

Push The Beat For This Jam (The Singles 98-02), alternatively titled Push The Beat For This Jam (The Second Chapter), is the second singles compilation from the German techno band Scooter, released on 7 January 2002. It collects all the singles from 1998–2002, plus three new tracks "Habanera", "No Pain, No Gain", "Loud And Clear" and hit single "The Logical Song". It also includes some live tracks, B-sides and remixes. The title is a lyric from the single "Call Me Mañana". The song Habanera was also scheduled to be released as a single but there is only a promo release as it was dropped in favour of a new song "Nessaja".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ramp! (The Logical Song)" (3:53)
  2. "Aiii Shot The DJ" (3:30)
  3. "Posse (I Need You On The Floor)" (3:50)
  4. "She's The Sun" [Single Version] (3:45)
  5. "I'm Your Pusher" (3:48)
  6. "Fuck The Millennium" [Single Version] (3:58)
  7. "Faster Harder Scooter" (3:42)
  8. "Call Me Mañana" [Heavy Horses Radio Edit] (3:40)
  9. "We Are The Greatest" [Single Version] (3:27)
  10. "I Was Made For Lovin' You" (3:42)
  11. "How Much Is The Fish?" (3:45)
  12. "Sputnik" (3:06)
  13. "Greatest Beats" (3:05)
  14. "Bramfeld" (5:16)
  15. "Monolake" (4:27)
  16. "New Year's Day" (6:39)
  17. "Firth Of Forth" (3:38)
  18. "Sunrise (Ratty's Inferno)" (5:39)
  19. "Siberia" (2:53)
  1. "Habanera" [Big Room Mix] (5:59)
  2. "No Pain, No Gain" (5:54)
  3. "Loud And Clear" (4:18)
  4. "Am Fenster" (4:16)
  5. "Ramp! (The Logical Song)" [The Original Club Mix] (7:23)
  6. "I'm Your Pusher" [Airscape Mix] (7:47)
  7. "Faster Harder Scooter" [Signum Remix] (7:20)
  8. "Ramp! (The Logical Song) [Starsplash Mix] (7:17)
  9. "Posse (I Need You On The Floor" [Live] (4:05)
  10. "Faster Harder Scooter [Live] (3:46)
  11. "Aiii Shot The DJ" [Live] (3:36)
  12. "Call Me Mañana" [Live] (3:45)
  13. "How Much Is The Fish?" [Live] (3:51)

UK Version[edit]

To capitalise on the success of "The Logical Song" in the UK, a different version of the album was released there titled Push The Best For This Jam (The Singles '94-'02). Released on 29 July 2002, it was certified Gold by the BPI on 23 August 2002.,[3] reaching a high of number six on the UK Albums Chart.[4] The album contains singles spanning the group's whole career up to that point, with the following track listing.[5]

  1. "Hyper Hyper"
  2. "Move Your Ass"
  3. "Friends"
  4. "Endless Summer"
  5. "Back In The UK"
  6. "Let Me Be Your Valentine"
  7. "Rebel Yell"
  8. "I'm Raving"
  9. "How Much Is The Fish?"
  10. "Fire"
  11. "The Age Of Love"
  12. "No Fate"
  13. "The Logical Song"
  14. "Posse (I Need You On The Floor)"
  15. "Call Me Mañana"
  16. "Fuck The Millennium"
  17. "Aiii Shot The DJ"
  18. "Faster Harder Scooter"
  19. "Nessaja"

US Version[edit]

In the USA, a version titled Pushing The Beat (The Best Of Scooter) was released on 17 September 2002, with the following track listing.[6]

  1. "Nessaja"
  2. "Aiii Shot The DJ"
  3. "Posse (I Need You On The Floor)"
  4. "I'm Your Pusher"
  5. "Fuck The Millennium"
  6. "FasterHarderScooter"
  7. "Call Me Mañana"
  8. "We Are The Greatest"
  9. "How Much Is The Fish?"
  10. "Greatest Beats"
  11. "New Year's Day"
  12. "Sunrise (Ratty's Inferno)"
  13. "Habanera - Big Room Mix"
  14. "No Pain, No Gain"
  15. "Loud And Clear"
  16. "Monolake"
  17. "Firth Of Forth"
  18. "Ramp! (The Logical Song)"


Chart (2002) Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[7] 39
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[8] 10
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)[9] 29
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[10] 5
Hungarian Albums (MAHASZ)[11] 10
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[12] 1
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[13] 2
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[14] 42
UK Albums (OCC)[15] 6