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Adam Again

Adam Again was the name of a rock band, lead by vocalist Gene Eugene, and backed by Riki Michele[?], Paul Valadez[?] on bass, John Knox on drums and Dan Michaels on saxophone.

Gene Eugene's mystical voice (oft mistaken for REM's Michael Stipe) remained the least changing element in a band that seemed to have trouble feeling comfortable staying limited to one style. Melting soul, funk, rock and acoustic influences into their own inimitable style, they seemed to pay little attention to trends and never seemed to achieve commercial viability. The band quit touring and recording together in 2000 after Eugene passed away in his sleep.

Discography

  • In a New World of Time (1987)
  • Ten Songs by Adam Again (1988)
  • Homeboys (1990)
  • Dig (1992)
  • Perfecta (1995)
  • Worldwide Favourites (selected songs from the Adam Again era) (1999) - Best of collection with a previously unreleased track Sleepwalk
  • A Tribute to Gene Eugene (2000) live concert recording with various vocalists



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