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Starzy Singers


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The history of Starzy Singers is as simple as the history of… The band was conceived in Warsaw of the early 1990s, initially as a pathological outburst of two deeply troubled men: Seszel (a thoroughly educated bass player with a velvet voice) and Bartek Magneto (a versatile musician with a peculiar take on reality). Both helped to record Paraphrenia’s only album ‘Mantrykota’ in 1994. Soon they were joined by Dziamdzia, a very picky guitarist known for his impeccable articulatory skills. After Macio came into the picture, a drummer who broke a strictly limited number of sticks and mallets, the band jumped head first into the Warsaw music scene, giving life to the old slogan First We Take Our Cellar, Then We Take Manhattan, Then We Take Berlin, And Then The Whole World. In 1996, having played countless giggs across Poland, all of them in the capital city of Warsaw, Starzy Singers recorded the music for their debut album Ombreola, released the following year by Studio Zlota Skala (the humble and permamently short-budgetted Golden Rock Records). The next album (entitled Rock-a-Bubu) was recorded in 1998 and released in 1999. It met with an unprecedented reaction of awe and distress, both among listeners and the media. The band became hugely popular very very famous and universally admired. In the meantime, a singer slash dancer Mania joined.


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