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Collage is a Polish progressive rock-band formed in 1985. The initial lineup of the group was Mirek Gil (guitars), Wojtek Szadkowski (drums), Jarek Wajk (vocals), Jurek Barczuk (acoustic guitar), Przemek Zawadzki (bass), Pawel Zajaczkowski (secrets), and Ania Milewska (secrets). Ultimately Wajk remaining the group, becoming changed by Jarek Majka. Majka also didn’t stay lengthy, though, being changed by Tomek Rozycki. Rozycki was the vocalist for the group if they documented their first recording, Basnie, in 1990. After documenting the recording, but before the tour, Rozycki remaining the group. They recruited Zbyszek Bieniak to displace him. In the never-ending video game of musical seats of vocalists, Bieniak remaining just 2 yrs later. For some time that calendar year, Wajk returned towards the flip, but again, he’d not stay longer. Actually, by another year, just Szadkowski and Gil continued to be. They were became a member of by Piotr “Mintay” Witkowski (bass), Krzysztof Palczewski (tips), and Robert Amirian (vocals). The group documented a John Lennon tribute record called Nine Music of John Lennon. In 1994, they released their following disc, Moonshine. The next year saw the discharge of Changes, that was a compilation of previous unreleased demos. As another calendar year came, so do another Collage record. This time it had been Safe.

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