Hey (2)

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Rock band from Szczecin.

Kasia Nosowska - vocals
Marcin Żabiełowicz - guitar
Robert Ligiewicz - percussion
Jacek Chrzanowski - bass
Paweł Krawczyk - guitar
Marcin Macuk - keyboard
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Albums

Hey (2) - Fire album art Hey (2) Fire (Album) Izabelin Studio Poland 1993 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Ho! album art Hey (2) Ho! (Album) Izabelin Studio Poland 1994 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Live! album art Hey (2) Live! (Album) Izabelin Studio, Izabelin Studio, Izabelin Studio Poland 1994 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - ? album art Hey (2) ? (Album) PolyGram Polska Poland 1995 Sell This Version
528 239-2 Hey (2) - Heledore album art Hey (2) Heledore(CD, MiniAlbum) PolyGram Polska 528 239-2 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Karma album art Hey (2) Karma (Album) Mercury, PolyGram Polska Poland 1997 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Hey album art Hey (2) Hey (Album) Mercury, Universal Music Polska Poland 1999 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - [sic!] album art Hey (2) [sic!] (Album) Warner Music Poland Poland 2001 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Music.Music album art Hey (2) Music.Music (Album) WEA Poland 2003 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - [Koncertowy] album art Hey (2) [Koncertowy] Warner Music Poland Poland 2003 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Echosystem album art Hey (2) Echosystem (Album) Sony BMG Music Entertainment Poland 2005 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - MTV Unplugged album art Hey (2) MTV Unplugged (Album) QL Music Poland 2007 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Miłość! Uwaga! Ratunku! Pomocy! album art Hey (2) Miłość! Uwaga! Ratunku! Pomocy! (Album) QL Music Poland 2009 Sell This Version
2743346 Hey (2) - Re-Murped! album art Hey (2) Re-Murped!(2xCD, Album) QL Music 2743346 Poland 2010 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Do Rycerzy, Do Szlachty, Doo Mieszczan album art Hey (2) Do Rycerzy, Do Szlachty, Doo Mieszczan (Album, Single) Supersam Music Poland 2012 Sell This Version
Kayax 085 Hey (2) - HEY w Filharmonii. Szczecin Unplugged album art Hey (2) HEY w Filharmonii. Szczecin Unplugged(CD, Album) Kayax Production Kayax 085 Poland 2015 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Błysk album art Hey (2) Błysk (Album) Kayax Production Poland 2016 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

none Hey (2) - Is It Strange? album art Hey (2) Is It Strange?(CD, Single, Promo) Izabelin Studio none Poland 1994 Sell This Version
none Hey (2) - Misie / Is It Strange album art Hey (2) Misie / Is It Strange(Cass, Single, Promo) Izabelin Studio none Poland 1994 Sell This Version
none Hey (2) - Misie album art Hey (2) Misie(CD, Single, Promo) Izabelin Studio none Poland 1994 Sell This Version
856 606-2 Hey (2) - Heledore Babe album art Hey (2) Heledore Babe(CD, Single, Promo) PolyGram Polska 856 606-2 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
856 856-2 Hey (2) - Anioł album art Hey (2) Anioł(CD, Single, Promo) PolyGram Polska 856 856-2 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Cegiełka Na Rzecz Ofiar Powodzi album art Hey (2) Cegiełka Na Rzecz Ofiar Powodzi (Maxi) PolyGram Polska Poland 1997 Sell This Version
Hey (2) - Że album art Hey (2) Że (Maxi) Mercury Poland 1997 Sell This Version
011 355-2 Hey (2) - Dosyć Poważnie album art Hey (2) Dosyć Poważnie(CD, Single, Promo) Mercury, PolyGram Polska 011 355-2 Poland 1997 Sell This Version

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eliks_postindustry

eliks_postindustry

June 4, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Hey is one of the very few Polish rock bands formed after 1989 that really have something to say, and managed to keep on releasing great music ever since their debut breakthrough. Back in the early 90s, their music was a change on the Polish rock scene, whether such a scene existed at all, or had just been created. Most of the great Polish rock bands - Kult, Lady Pank, Maanam, etc. - were formed before 1989, and developed their style in a so-typically-Polish "fight the system" kind of way. After 1989, when there was nothing to fight against anymore, those rock bands were confused, and hence they started composing 'ordinary' songs about 'ordinary' things, or simply disappeared. Polish rock fans wanted to rebel from the total stagnation and of course caught the roaring tide of grunge flowin from the US. But it was not enough - they wanted to hear some new rock bands that were neither punk nor metal, but who sang in Polish and composed their lyrics about something different than love and alcohol and love. And then Hey emerged - and that was just it. Hey was fresh and different - whereas everybody sang of love and fun, Hey composed their lyrics about child abuse and broken homes - and at the same time knew how to, putting it bluntly, rock the house. Kasia Nosowska, composing her lyrics in both Polish and English, is by far the best female vocalist ever to walk the Polish soil - she possesses a powerful, perpetual voice, which nobody even tried to copy. She is also a rare example of how to sing well in English, something most of the Polish vocalists who try to should learn. Even today, although presenting a much developed sound, the band still fills the venues, and along with Myslovitz or Scianka, is a band to be trusted - no pop dope assured.

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