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Polish rock bands from the 70's and 80's.


Buckethead82 2 | 1
17 Nov 2013 #1
Hello everybody !!!

I was wondering if some of you could help me. I have been "discovering" Polish bands lately (like Breakout, Kobranocka, Kult, Republika, etc.). I was surprised, or better, very impressed. I would like to know more Polish bands, perhaps from the 70's and 80's ... and especially those ones making rock or blues, but any genre would be great !!!!

Thanks a lot :)
jon357 63 | 15,068
17 Nov 2013 #2
Check out Lady Pank - they had some very good songs.
antheads 13 | 368
17 Nov 2013 #3
dżem is from the early eighties pretty rocky
pam
17 Nov 2013 #4
With a lot of blues thrown in :)
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
17 Nov 2013 #5
Check out Lady Pank - they had some very good songs.

I do like them, cheesy though they are.

Perfect should be mentioned too.

It has to be said - Polish is a hell of a language for rock ballads.
ChiGrubas
17 Nov 2013 #6
I have been "discovering" Polish bands lately

Movie (avaliable on YT) "To tylko rock" 1983 features quite few popular in early 80s bands.Most notably Lady Punk,Oddzial Zamknięty and Dezerter.
king_krak 1 | 9
22 Mar 2015 #7
Merged: Polish Music

Hey guys
what are your favourite Polish songs (preferaably from 70s-80s-90s) stuff that are being made now are crap :)
since this is my first thread on the site, i guess i will introduce myself as well
I am a Pole, I immigrated to the UK for couple of years, but now I am and a bit bored haha - thus i have found this forum :)

The question mainly goes to the foreigners living in PL, or that like Polish music but still live abroad..

let me start...
youtube.com/watch?v=HZ8qBioPlHE
CollinGabriel
30 Jul 2016 #8
I'm a connoisseur of alternative Polish music from 1980-2010. Are you on Facebook?

1) Siekiera // Nowa Aleksandria
2) De Press // Block To Block
3) Kult // Posluchaj To Do Ciebie
4) Maanam // Mental Cut
5) Aya RL // Self-titled
6) One Million Bulgarians // Pierwsza Płyta
7) Klaus Mitffoch // self-titled
8) Lech Janerka // Historia Podwodna
9) Ziyo // self-titled
10) Republika // 91'
11) Klincz // Jak Lodu Bryła
12) Swietliki // O Grod...
RubasznyRumcajs 5 | 485
30 Jul 2016 #9
Closterkeller is nice. it's not from te 70', but late 80'. pretty much till Cyan got released in '96, they were playing good, proper rock (although, some people may classify it otherwise- new wave, gothic etc).

Bajm used to play rock as well (it doesn't anymore)
Seekingformusic
12 Sep 2016 #10
I'm looking for this group but can't remember the name but i believe was dimondi or something like that. They sung this song line I shot the sherif tonight sherif tonight .... I've been looking for them since the 87 when a friend shared that music with me she was Polish and wad a Polish group
Atch 17 | 3,234
12 Sep 2016 #11
Do you mean that they did a cover version of 'I Shot the Sheriff' by Bob Marley? Or is it a completely different song? The lyric in the Bob Marley one goes: I shot the Sheriff but I didn't shoot no deputy.
johnny reb 24 | 4,293
12 Sep 2016 #12
but I didn't shoot no deputy.

Are you sure ?
I thought it was:
"but I did not shoot the deputy."
terri 1 | 1,665
12 Sep 2016 #13
I Shot The Sheriff Lyrics
youtube.com/watch?v=Zida9YAmhDw
Atch 17 | 3,234
12 Sep 2016 #14
Eric Clapton sings 'I did not shoot the deputy' Johnny, while Bob sings 'I didn't shoot no deputy'. So we're both right :))
lf99
14 Sep 2016 #15
Saw Perfect in concert when they opened the new galeria in Lubin back in 2009.

All I can say is wow, what a great band.

Have Dzem in my cd player in my car.
Atch 17 | 3,234
15 Sep 2016 #16
My husband loves Dzem but I'm not into them at all. I find them very derivative, as if they were searching for some sound of their own but never quite found it and a lot of their playing is pretty leaden and uninspired. But the poor old vocalist, God rest his soul, had some charisma and I know his lyrics mean a lot to many people. What I admire most about Dzem or any of those bands of that time, is that they were trying to be creative in a very conservative, repressive society that didn't exactly encourage individualism or personal freedom. The combination of Church and Communism must have been very stifling so hats off to them for what they achieved.


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