Today (Scooter song)

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Scooter Today.jpg
Single by Scooter featuring Vassy
from the album The Fifth Chapter
Released5 September 2014
Genre {
  • Jens Thele
  • Michael Simon
  • H.P. Baxxter
  • Achim Jannsen
  • Gareth Owen
  • Tony Verdult
  • Koen Groeneveld
  • Margareta L. J. Greet Voermans
  • Adriaan Addy van der Zwan
Scooter singles chronology
"Bigroom Blitz"
"Can't Stop the Hardcore"
Vassy singles chronology
Download (1-track) [3]
CD single (2-track) [4]
1."Today" (radio edit)3:29
2."Today" (extended mix)4:15
Download (Maxi-Single) [5]
2."Today" (extended mix)4:14
3."Today" (Scooter Remix)3:52
4."Today" (Crew Cardinal Remix)5:15


Chart performance for "Today"
Chart (2014)Peak
Germany (Official German Charts) [6] 75
Russia Airplay (Tophit) [7] 120

Release history

Release history and formats for "Today"
Ireland26 September 2014Digital download
United Kingdom26 September 2014

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  7. – Weekly General Airplay