|To co nas łączy|
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 25, 2004|
|Genre|| Punk rock |
|Label|| Rock'n'roller |
|The Hunkies/Eye for an Eye chronology|
This split CD contains songs by two Polish hardcore bands: The Hunkies and Eye for an Eye
Integrity is a hardcore punk band originally from Cleveland, Ohio but based in Belgium since 2003. It was formed in 1988 by lead vocalist Dwid Hellion.
The Genitorturers are an American industrial metal band, with influences extending into the 1990s hardcore punk and electronic music. They proclaim themselves to be "The World's Sexiest Rock Band".
Moskwa is a Polish punk-rock band, created in 1983 by Paweł "Guma" Gumola, Piotr "Rogoza" Rogoziński and Tomek "Pałker" Gron (drums) in Łódz city.
Posłuchaj to do Ciebie is the second album by Polish punk rock band Kult.
Paweł Czekała, known commonly under his nickname Piguła, is the founder, former bassist, and current guitarist of the influential Polish street punk band The Analogs.
The Hunkies are a Polish hardcore band founded in 2003. Some of the members are also playing in The Analogs band.
Sprawiedliwość is the debut studio album of Polish hardcore band The Hunkies. The band is a project of The Analogs and Włochaty members.
First album of Polish hardcore punk rock band Eye for an Eye
"Song for Bob Dylan" is a song written by English singer-songwriter David Bowie for his 1971 album Hunky Dory. The song references Bob Dylan's 1962 homage to Woody Guthrie, "Song to Woody". Yet while Dylan opens with "Hey, hey, Woody Guthrie, I wrote you a song," Bowie addresses Dylan by his birth name saying, "Now, hear this, Robert Zimmerman, I wrote a song for you."
"The Bewlay Brothers" is a song written by English singer-songwriter David Bowie in 1971 for the album Hunky Dory. One of the last tracks to be written and recorded for the LP, the ballad has been described as "probably Bowie's densest and most impenetrable song".
Fantasmagorie is an album by Akurat, released on May 31, 2006.
The Freeze are an American punk rock band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States, formed by a group of teenagers in 1978. They released the first single, "I Hate Tourists" in 1980 and contributed eight songs, including the title track to the 1982 hardcore punk compilation This Is Boston, Not L.A.
Armia is Polish punk rock band founded in 1985 by Tomasz Budzyński, Sławomir Gołaszewski and Robert Brylewski. Armia is famous for its use of horn, which was unusual of punk rock bands in late 1980s and 1990s. With poetic lyrics, written by Budzyński, and evolving, creative music Armia has gained popularity and respect over the years, and its concerts now attract numerous fans of rock music.
TSA is a Polish hard rock and heavy metal band.
Anti Dread is a Polish punk rock band playing since 2003. According to band's members the name means simply that none of them wear dreadlocks.
Apatia is one of the most popular Polish punk rock and hardcore bands, founded in 1989 in Poznań, where it played its farewell concert in May 2011. Its members actively support vegetarianism and straight edge ideology.
"Retko te viđam sa devojkama" is the second song which appeared on the first single by Serbian new wave band Idoli.
Sen o Warszawie is a compilation of Czesław Niemen's first singles. All songs were remastered in 1995.
The Unattractive Revolution Tour (2007–2008) is a DVD released by the Swedish hard rock band Crashdïet. The main feature is a concert filmed at Klubben in Stockholm, Sweden 2007.
Green Arrows are an Italian hardcore punk band established in 1999 in the city of Bolzano.