Hey (Polish rock band)

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Hey is a Polish rock band founded in Szczecin in 1991 by guitarist Piotr Banach and lead singer Kasia Nosowska. It is one of the most popular Polish music acts of the 1990s.

Although Hey sometimes described themselves as the first Polish grunge band, their melodic, guitar-driven rock and eclectic appearance owed more to new wave and heavy metal influences; their first three albums contained songs in both Polish and English. During the band's mid-1990s heyday, they sold out stadiums throughout Poland, and attempted to break into the English-language market with a series of concerts overseas and an English version of their 1995 album ?. When this failed to arouse interest, the band began to write in Polish only, and gradually adopted a harder-edged, more industrial-influenced sound. Overall, the band has sold over 2.2 million album copies.

In addition, Nosowska has also enjoyed a successful career as a solo artist. She has released six solo albums that derive more from an electronica style.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1993 Fire Hey 2
1994 Ho! Hey 5 2
1995 "?" ver eng Hey 1
1995 ? Hey 5 1
1995 Heledore Hey 1
1997 Karma Hey 1
1999 Hey Hey 1
2001 [sic!] Hey 2
2003 Music Music Hey 1
2005 Echosystem Hey 5 1
2009 Miłość! Uwaga! Ratunku! Pomocy! Hey 3.65 2
2012 Do Rycerzy, do Szlachty, doo Mieszczan Hey 4 1
2016 Błysk Hey 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2001 The Best of HEY, Volume 2 Hey 5 1
2001 The Best of HEY, Volume 1 Hey 5 1

Album + Live

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1994 Live! Hey 1
2003 [Koncertowy] Hey 1
2007 MTV Unplugged Hey 1
2010 Najmniejszy Koncert Świata Hey 1
2015 Hey w Filharmonii: Szczecin Unplugged Hey 1

Album + Remix

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2010 RE-MURPED! Hey 1


Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2004 Louis: Dreams Never Die Hey & múm 2

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