Kai Tracid

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Kai Tracid
Kai Tracid
Kai Tracid
Background information
Birth nameKai Franz
Also known asAcut Genius, Aeon FX, Arrow, Attractor, The, Christian Phoenix, Computer Controlled, Formic Acid, K, Kai MacDonald, Kenji Ogura, Mac Acid, Mac Music, TBA, Tek, Tyrone T.B., W.O.W.
Born (1972-01-17) 17 January 1972 (age 49)
Frankfurt, West Germany
GenresTrance, hard trance, acid trance
Occupation(s)Composer, songwriter, producer, remixer
Years active1997 – present
LabelsTracid Traxxx, Tracid Digital

Kai Tracid (born as Kai Franz on 17 January 1972) is a trance DJ and producer. The name Tracid originates from the combination of the two electronic music styles trance and acid. In 2009 he stopped making music and co-founded a yoga centre Balance Yoga.


In Germany he became famous with his first single, "Your Own Reality". In 1998 he gained worldwide fame with Liquid Skies. In November 2001 he got his first Top-10 hit in the German single charts.

In February 2020, Tracid announced his return to the scene with the release of his new single "DT64", a collaboration with Moguai.[1]



Remix albums[edit]


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
1996 "So Simple" Singles only
1997 "Makin' Friends"
"Your Own Reality" 22 Skywalker 1999
1998 "Dance For Eternity" 26
"Liquid Skies" 31
1999 "Destiny's Path" 29 75 Trance & Acid
2000 "Tiefenrausch (The Deep Blue)" 41 77
2001 "Too Many Times" 24 73
"Life Is Too Short" 9 32 49
2002 "Trance & Acid" 37
"4 Just 1 Day" 12 38 Contemplate (The Reason You Exist)
2003 "Conscious" 44 Singles only
2007 "Inflator/Aural Border"
"Depressive Mood/Discreet Charm"
2020 "DT64" (with Moguai) [1]
"Freedom Of Expression" (with A*S*Y*S)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.

Early works[edit]

  • Radon (1996) As Mac Acid II
  • Waveshaper (1999) As K
  • Only The Strong (1996) As K


  1. ^ a b Gable, Jake (8 February 2020). "Moguai teams up with Kai Tracid for new Heldeep banger 'DT64'". We Rave You. Archived from the original on 14 February 2020. Retrieved 14 February 2020.

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