German hard trance duo (Alexander Zwarg & Arne Reichelt), formed in 1995.
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Singles & EPs

12 HPOT 21 PT 2 Alphazone - Stay album art Alphazone Stay Waterworld 12 HPOT 21 PT 2 UK 2002 Sell This Version
WWR013 Alphazone - Rockin' album art Alphazone Rockin' (Single) Waterworld WWR013 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
NDNS02 Alphazone - Immortal album art Alphazone Presents Ceylon Alphazone Presents Ceylon - Immortal 90 Degrees North Special Edition NDNS02 UK 2004 Sell This Version
WWR016 Alphazone - Revelation album art Alphazone Revelation Waterworld WWR016 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
WWR020 Alphazone - Flashback album art Alphazone Flashback Waterworld WWR020 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
WWR021 Alphazone - Sunrise album art Alphazone Sunrise Waterworld WWR021 Germany 2005 Sell This Version
JMLTD4 Alphazone - Flashback (Dave Joy Remix) / Infinity (Dave Joy Remix) album art Alphazone / DJ Spoke Alphazone / DJ Spoke - Flashback (Dave Joy Remix) / Infinity (Dave Joy Remix)(12", Blu) Joyride Music Ltd JMLTD4 Switzerland 2007 Sell This Version


QRDJS-22 Alphazone - The Alphazone album art Alphazone The Alphazone(CD, Comp, Mixed) Quake Records QRDJS-22 Japan 2007 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

MASIFCD002 Alphazone - Transmission Trance Anthems Vol. 6 album art Nervous* Vs Alphazone Nervous* Vs Alphazone - Transmission Trance Anthems Vol. 6(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Masif MASIFCD002 Australia 2005 Sell This Version

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December 5, 2019
We still waiting a reunion. They was a pioneer of Trance


August 13, 2009
edited over 12 years ago
Alphazone are one of the greatest hard trance acts of all time I think. Perhaps their only weakness was a certain sameness between tracks, but then again, hard trance has never been the most creative or diverse genre. However, to me, the Alphazone sound is one that's instantly recognisable and subtly unique from similar acts of the time. Nearly every single or remix they produced was a monster in it's own right, with pounding drums, chunky bass, energetic percussion and ridiculously in-your-face uplifting melodies with that distinct 'euro' tinge.

Alphazone's greatest strength was undoubtedly their bass lines, which were always energetic and a bit more complex than the usual trance fare. It seems that somewhere around 2005-06, a lot of hard trance producers stopped going for strong bass lines and instead began to focus on booming kick drums, which is more of a hardstyle thing. For me, many tracks lost a lot of energy and dance appeal because of this. May Alphazone's tracks live on as a testament to what thumping, uplifting club trance should sound like. Their sound is truly inimitable, which is an adjective that can be applied to very few producers.

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