Ramon Zenker

Real Name:Ramon Zenker

Ramon Zenker (the member of Hardfloor, Fragma and other projects) is a German techno-artist (playing ambient, acid, break beat, trance etc.), remixer and producer. He worked with Mike Oldfield, Paul van Dyk, The Shamen, Scooter, Mylene Farmer, Jam & Spoon, Depeche Mode, Yello, New Order and other stars.
Ramon started playing keyboards at the age of 12. Although he also started playing bass-guitar synthesizers soon became his main interest. After countless projects and live-performances he had his first chart-hit with Honesty 69 - French Kiss in 1989. Many hits and projects followed such as Perplexer, Interactive, Celvine Rotane, Bellini, Paffendorf and other.
In 1996 Zenker together with Andreas Schneider and Olaf Dieckman co-wrote and co-produced Thomas Anders' solo project Phantomas.

Co-owner of Upright Songs GmbH.

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Aliases:Emilio Verdez, Free Soda Inc., La Voix, Monsoon (6), Peter Parker, Snappy (2)
In Groups:A2Z (3), Ad Hoc, Base Unique, BB Inc., Bellini, Bellini Brothers, Brersoul, Brett, Caballero, Casper Klyne, Centerrave, Charamel, CR2, Da Damn Phreak Noize Phunk, Dance Aid (Rave The World), E-Trax, F-Action, Fact Of Spirit, First Patrol, Fragma
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