Tomcraft, born Thomas Brückner in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, is known for his powerful brand of electro-tinged trance. Brückner began DJ'ing as a teenager before being signed to Munich's Kosmo Records at the age of 17. His first singles, "Rollercoaster" and "This Is No House," were released in 1995 and, since then, his career as a DJ and producer has gone from strength to strength. He remained with Kosmo Records and released a string of successful singles including 1999's "Ezekiel 25:17," which featured extensive uses of Samuel L. Jackson's famous speech from the movie Pulp Fiction. Further single releases such as "The Mind," "The Circle," and "Powerplant" made waves in the clubs and the charts in the late '90s, and he also contributed "The Circle" and "Powerplant" as music to accompany the successful U.S. television series The X Files.
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