“Groundhog Day” by Scooter

This song is actually named after a 1993 Bill Murray film entitled Groundhog Day. The plot of that movie centers on the antagonist reliving the same day over and over again. And Scooter is using that example to point to the idea that their everyday lives likewise follow a repeating pattern. 

But as far as they are concerned, what such activities consist of is incessant partying and rockin’ the house or ‘making the ground shake’, in terms of keeping within the titular motif.

So put differently, this another Scooter dance song, one in which they once again present themselves as musicians who are unwaveringly dedicated to that very cause. This is a crew who feels most “alive” when they have the party jumpin’, in addition to engaging in a bit of jumpin’ themselves. And a consistent theme permeating throughout the God Save the Rave project is that they take this cause very seriously.

Lyrics to "Groundhog Day" by Scooter

Information about “Groundhog Day”

  • Writing Credits: Hans P. Geerdes (famously known as H.P. Baxxter).
  • Release Date: 16th April, 2021.
  • Album Details: “Groundhog Day” was released as a single. The song belongs to the album “God Save the Rave”.
"Groundhog Day"

More about “God Save the Rave” Album

God Save the Rave, released on April 16, 2021, is the twentieth studio project brought out by Scooter.

While the original date set for the album release was in December 2020, it was postponed to April 2021. This was due to renewed restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The album’s tour which was initially expected to take place in summer 2020 was also rescheduled to 2022 due to restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak.

The 52-minute, 17- second length album was recorded at Sheffield Underground from 2019 to 2021. Most of the songs appearing on the album were written by Baxxter.

The album has two CDs, the first labeled God Save the Rave contains 15 tracks, while the second labeled I Want You to Stream! contains 14 tracks.

“God Save the Rave” was released four years after Scooter’s Scooter Forever (2017) through Kontor and Sheffield Tunes.

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