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"Scooby's Mystery Mix", also known as "Scooby Club Mix",[1] is a techno mix made specifically for the release of the 1998 soundtrack, Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection. Although considered by fans to be a remix of the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! theme song,[2] the mix actually consist of sound bites heavily taken episodes from season two of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and a few episodes from the The New Scooby-Doo Movies combined with the first two lines of the Scooby-Doo, Where are You! theme song and the third verse.

The sound bites are of the original cast from season two of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and are specific lines from episodes of the two series mentioned above. Some of the sound bites included in this techno mix were attached at the end of the tracks on Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection.

The mix runs about two minutes and fifty-five seconds (2:55) without the closing music included at the end but with the closing music the song is a length of three minutes and two seconds (3:02).

Lyrics

Scooby's Mystery Mix

Scooby-Dooby-Doo, where are you?
We got some work to do now.

[Scooby laughs]
Scooby-Doo

It's not the same kind of sound
It's not the same kind of sound
Okay Scoob, let's get with it
Looks like we've got another mystery on our hands
We'll split up, I'll take the girls this way
Yeah, I know and Scooby and me'll go the other way
A clue, a clue
Hey, Scooby's found a clue
Here's a Scooby Snack, Scooby
[Scooby slurps]
Yum, yum, yum, yum
Yeah, that's it let's go.

I think it's groovy
I-I-I-I think it's groovy
I-I think it's groovy
Groovy guys, really
I think it's groovy
I-I-I-I think it's groovy
You said it once, you can say it again
Groovy guys, really
This is a groovy dance floor isn't it, Velma?
Yeah, why don't you try dancing on it instead of my feet?

Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]
Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]
Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]
Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]
Oh no, he's losing control
Just bang on the floor
Hey

Hey
Hey Scooby, I found the xylophone
Shaggy, get ahold of yourself
Come on Shag, let's dance
Let's go

Wait a minute, I think I found a clue
Like, nothing could get him into that creepy place
Not even a Scooby Snack?
Well, almost nothing (as Scooby slurps)
Go Scooby, go!

You know we got a mystery to solve
So Scooby-Doo, be ready for your act
Don't hold back
And, Scooby-Doo, if you come through
You're going to have yourself a Scooby Snack

A Scooby Snack? Hey, Scoob, pick up the beat
I'm thinking this mystery is pretty close to be solved
Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]
Oh-oh (Raggy!), oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh-oh (Yow!), oh-oh-oh-oh
Oh no, he's losing control
[Scooby laughs]

I think it's groovy
I-I-I-I think it's groovy
Gro-groovy guy-groovy guy-groovy guys, really

You're brain should be in high gear now
Oh-uh-ho no, not me
You're brain should be in high gear now
Scooby-Doo! Where are (You're brain) you? (should be in high gear now)
Scooby-Doo!
If Scoob's finished laying the track, we're all set to go.
[Scooby laughs as music ends]

Notes/trivia

  • Jason Ankeny of Allmusic, when reviewing Scooby-Doo's Snack Tracks: The Ultimate Collection, called "Scooby's Mystery Mix" a "thoroughly unnecessary...lame techno remix".[1]
  • This mix is composed by Craig DeGraff and E.J. Dick and produced by DeGraff. Underscore for dialogue as composer and producer was handled by Craig Bartock.

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