Adam Schmitt is a Champaign-Urbana, Illinois based singer-songwriter, music producer, and sound engineer. He was previously signed to Warner Brothers and released his debut album, 'World So Bright', in 1991. He followed in 1993 with 'Illiterature' and, in 2001, he released 'Demolition' on the Parasol label. Influences include power pop groups The Raspberries and The Rubinoos. He's perhaps best known for his song "Speed Kills", which Yellow Pills magazine praised as "dangerously catchy".