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Mind the Gap is the tenth album by German hard dance group Scooter. Four singles were taken from it: "Jigga Jigga!", "Shake That!", "One (Always Hardcore)" and "Suavemente". Three different versions of the album were released – Basic, Regular and Deluxe. The Basic Version contains all 11 studio tracks, but no booklet. The Regular Version includes booklet as well as two additional tracks with "Jigga Jigga!" and "Trip to Nowhere"

Mind the Gap" is a song by Danish singer Nabiha, released as the lead single from her second studio album of the same name. She wrote it with Michelle Escoffery, Carl Ryden and Will Simms. The name was inspired from warning signs on the London Underground station, while it also refers to the gap between her front teeth, meaning good luck.

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MIND THE GAP updated their cover photo. 25 April at 13:12 ·. MIND THE GAP added 125 new photos to the album ADDICTION - MARK REEVE + Luca Marano. 16 April at 07:54 ·. Resident dj: EnzoC. Ph: Federico Calogero. ADDICTION - MARK REEVE + Luca Marano.

Mind the gap" (listen ) is an audible or visual warning phrase issued to rail passengers to take caution while crossing the horizontal, and in some cases vertical, spatial gap between the train door and the station platform. The phrase was first introduced in 1968 on the London Underground in the United Kingdom. It is today popularly associated with the UK among tourists because of the particularly British word choice (this meaning of the verb mind has largely fallen into disuse in the US).

Tracks count: 1. Views: 3. DJ Happy Sound - Mind the Gap 07:34. Combsome - DJ Happy Sound, HUM.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Sixty-One Days
Lyrics By – Ryhna Thompson
2 Head First
Lyrics By – Ryhna Thompson
3 Main Ground
Lyrics By – Matt Lederman
4 Wait Up
Lyrics By – Ryhna Thompson
5 Everyday Experience
Lyrics By – Matt Lederman
6 Love Monkey 23
Lyrics By – Matt Lederman, Miklos Szasz
7 Hang Your Head Down Low
Lyrics By – Matt Lederman, Ryhna Thompson
8 Mood
Lyrics By – Ryhna Thompson

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  • Copyright (c) – Parkside Jones
  • Recorded At – Studio Piccolo, Montréal
  • Mixed At – Studio Piccolo, Montréal
  • Mastered At – Studio Piccolo, Montréal


  • Bass Guitar – Peter X
  • Drums – Miklos Szasz
  • Electric Guitar – Yossi Subar
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Mercier, Ghyslain-Luc Lavigne
  • Graphics [Concept] – Parkside Jones, Rennie Lusterio, Richard Price
  • Graphics [Layout] – Pat Francis , Teena Aujla
  • Mastered By – Rolly Anctil
  • Percussion – Spanky Horowitz
  • Producer – Nelson Vipond
  • Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Percussion – Matt Lederman
  • Vocals, Trumpet, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Ryhna Thompson


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Parkside Jones - Mind The Gap album
Indie Rock
Performer: Parkside Jones
Title: Mind The Gap
Category: Electronic / Rock
Released: 1998
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 249