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I love listening to Polish songs from the 80s. During the last decade of communistic regime in Poland, there were created real gems - full of passion, emotions and love, longing for freedom and individuality in the totalitarian state. Let me share one of those with you:

"Szczesliwej drogi juz czas" (On your own) by Ryszard Rynkowski (one of the most famous Polish singers).

And there is even an English cover to it by Michael Bolton:



"Nie placz, Ewka" (Don't cry, Ewka) by Perfect (great rock band):


And songs by Dzem - I think one of the most famous Polish bands ever:

"The Time Machine"


"Dream of Victory"

"Outsider"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=er-wrRbnNy4[/video]


And at the end a song from the 1960s by of the biggest stars of Polish music of that period - Czeslaw Niemen:

"What a Strange World":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fanYpLNRvWw[/video]
 

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Zagadka said:
I love listening to Polish songs from the 80s. During the last decade of communistic regime in Poland, there were created real gems - full of passion, emotions and love, longing for freedom and individuality in the totalitarian state.

Kat's 1986 album 666 is a stone cold classic speed metal album.


Turbo was good too, more in the NWOBHM vein. Debut album is from 1982 and you can really hear the influence the first 2 Iron Maiden albums had on them.

 

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New Live Album from White Denim. Hoping to catch them live this year.
 
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