L–R: Gene Eugene, Paul Valadez, Greg Lawless, Jon Knox, Riki Michele
|Origin||Huntington Beach, California, U.S.|
|Genres||Alternative rock, funk rock|
|Labels||Blue Collar, Brainstorm Artists International, Galaxy21, Lo-Fidelity, KMG|
|Past members||Dan Michaels|
Thom Jurek of AllMusic has described them as "inventive and artfully canny." The band never achieved commercial viability and quit touring and recording together in 2000. On March 20, 2000 Eugene died in his recording studio, the "fabulous" Green Room. On September 20, 2013, bassist Paul Valadez died.
- In a New World of Time (1986) Release only on vinyl and cassette by Blue Collar Records
- Ten Songs by Adam Again (1988)
- Homeboys (1990)
- Dig (1992)
- Perfecta (1995)
- Worldwide Favourites (1999, Reviews: HM Magazine, The Phantom Tollbooth)
- Best-of collection with a previously unreleased track entitled "Sleepwalk."
- A Tribute to Gene Eugene (2000, Review: The Phantom Tollbooth)
- Live concert recording with various vocalists.
- Adam Again Tribute Boxed Set (2001)
- In a New World of Time (1990) Reissue on CD by An Adam Again Independent Recording AAIR0001
- Homeboys + Dig (Music Value Pack) (2000) This KMG Records contains two albums on one CD. It is missing "No Regret" from Homeboys and "So Long" from Dig.
- Ten Songs by Adam Again (2002) Remastered by Lo-Fidelity Records. Only 1000 copies were made.
- Ten Songs by Adam Again (2012) Remastered by Frontline Records.
- Thom Jurek. "allmusic ((( Worldwide Favorites > Overview )))". AllMusic. Retrieved 2009-02-23.
- "Frontline Records - Paul Valadez, original bassist for the band, Adam". Frntlnrcrds.tumblr.com. Retrieved 2013-10-02.
- Van Pelt, Doug (March–April 1999). "Album Reviews: Adam Again worldwide favourites". HM Magazine (76). ISSN 1066-6923.
- "Adam Again". 7ball (03). November–December 1995.