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Artistname: Adam Thomas aka Zone X

Date of birth: Unknown

Origin: Germany

Interview: None available

Adam Thomas aka Zone X
Biography:
At the early age of 16, back in 1995 - Adam began producing music. The first smaller projects "DATA16" & "IDEOLOGY" were realized together with a friend, but the projects never got released.

After he could afford his first own PC, Adam started producing on his own using the artistname "Zone X". The first "Zone X" track that got released in 1996 was called "Occultism". Although only an internet release by Scene-Label HBE-Records, it proved to be the first possibility to go public reaching a much larger audience. After two hard years of practice and fun-competitions with other musicians and loads of sent but never released demotapes, Adam signed his first contract for the Project "The Xpeatype Project (T.X.P.)" and the song "let's celebrate!" with Uptight Records in late 1998. "let's celebrate!" climbed up to position #2 on the "KO-Radio-Charts" provided by Radio Gong in Munich. It was about this time he met DJ Meskalin, DJ Axel S., DJ Jürgen DEE and the Radio DJ L.X.R. They had just built-up their own Studio within the "Kunstpark Ost" enclosure in munich. They decided to cooperate and such founded "h44 - music productions". Together they produced the single "eXTC - exactly totale!" which finally got released by EAMS, entered several DJ-Charts, and was the hymn of the "Union Move" 1999. In early 1999 Adam got to know David Sivkovic, who at that time owned a record shop. David had already released some 12" on Drizzly-Records. Together with David he composed and produced the 12'' single "DJ Discover - The Ultimate/Technotrain" for UPB-Records which was followed by the double A-sided 12" "DJ Discover & Zone X - Apocalypse Now /End of Days" on Illuminate-Records.

These 12"'s found their way into the playlists of Top-DJ's such as Talla 2XLC, DJ Taucher and Blank and Jones (who for example played "The Ultimate" at the Mayday 2000). In the meantime he compiled the "Fatbeat Remix" for the Hiphop-Act "Reim in da Tube" in order to keep in touch with other music styles. Having worked together with other artists for such a long time, he decided to produce his own project. As a result he published "Knochenbrecher - Nasenbluten" (English translation: "Bonebreaker-Nosebleed") and the "Zone X Remix" which proved his most progressive production so far. Despite the German title the "Zone X Remix" made it up into the playlists of international DJ-Superstars like Paul van Dyk, again DJ Taucher, Darren Pearce and many more. It even got published on the CD of the "Ministry"-Magazine 4/2000, one of the biggest selling Dance-Magazines, where it also was reviewed in a short article.

Because of his military service he hardly had time producing new material, and so in 2000 two older tracks called "Deep Breath" and "Energy" got licensed on two different compilations in the USA. In late 2000 Adam got the possibility to do a "Zone X Remix" for "Margaux - Whenever" which was the title track for the 1.500th birthday-episode of the talkshow "Arabella" shown on TV station PRO7. It got released on edel-Records. In 2001 Adam only finished the "81737 Represents Remix" of Brother Ben's summer pop song "Make Hey!" which was published all over Europe on different labels. In 2001 Zone X Productions also signed a contract for "Edition Zone X" with Wuff Music/KOCH. Meanwhile many other releases, licensings and remixes were made by "Zone X Productions" on different labels & compilations e.g.: Connected, Balloon Records, dmd, friendship records, Tonspiel Records, Beatmaka Records, Phuturistic Records (USA), Trance Mania Vol.1, dmd, Technoclub Vol. 8, Odyssey, DJ Networx vol.6, Krypta etc. As live-act Adam has already shared the stage with Top-DJ's, such as DJ Taucher and Kai Tracid. In 2001 Adam also composed and produced the complete soundtrack for the short-film "1,2,3,tot,5" which was produced by combo-films and has already been shown on several different festivals across Europe. Now in 2002 "Zone X Productions" is back with a new Project called "E-Mission". It's a cooperation with "digital dimension" Musicproductions. The first 12"-Single "Electric" will be released on axwax Records on 11th March, including mixes by "Zone X", "Surrounder" and "Knochenbrecher". It's a new and fresh mix of Trance and Electric Retro-Sounds. On Stage the Project is represented by Adam himself and Michael Fußeder as DJ-Team and Live-Act. So watch out for the next releases of "Zone X Productions" and Adam Egerer, we'll keep you informed!!!
Production aliases:
  DJ Discover & Zone X (with David Sifkovic)      
  E-Mission (With Michael Fußeder)      
  Knochenbrecher      
  The Xpeatype Project      
  Zone X      
Production discography:
  DJ Discover & Zone X - Apocalypse Now   Illuminate / Drizzly   2000
  DJ Discover & Zone X - End of Days   Illuminate / Drizzly   2000
  DJ Discover - Technotrain   UPB / Drizzly   2000
  DJ Discover - The Ultimate   UPB / Drizzly   2000
  DJ Dooby - Eternal Wave   Tonspiel   1999
  E-Mission - Electric   Temprogressive / Axwax / Drizzly   2002
  eXTC - eXTACY Totale!   EAMS   1999
  Knochenbrecher - Nasenbluten   Planet Traxx / Drizzly   2000
  The Xpeatype Project - Let's Celebrate   Uptight   1998
  Zone X ft. Die 2wei - Was Wollt Ihr Mehr?   Unreleased   2002
Remix discography:
  Brothe Ben - Make Hey (81737-R Mix)   HKM / Arcade   2001
  eXTC - eXTACY Totale! (Zone X Mix)   EAMS   1999
  Magaux - Whenever (Zone X Mix)   Edel   2000
  Miss Thunderpussy - The Ride (Unknown Mix)   Foresight / DMD   1999
  Reim in da Tube - Cool Baby (Fatbeat Mix)   Massive / Connected   1999
  Sunlite - Fire (Zone X Mix)   X-It   2002
  The Xpeatype Project - Let's Celebrate (Zone X Mix)   Uptight   1998
  Vanessa & Flo - Wenn Du Willst (Zone X Mix)   Ariola / BMG   2002
Related links:
  http://www.adam-thomas.com      
  http://www.zonexproductions.de      
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Last updated: 22.06.2003
 

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