Happysad

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For the record label, see HappySad Records.
Happysad on stage in Łódź
Jakub Kawalec "Quka", vocalist of happysad.
Jarosław Dubiński "Dubin", drummer of happysad.
Happysad at Rocket Festiwal 2013, Warsaw, Poland.

Happysad (stylized as happysad) is a Polish rock band created in Skarżysko-Kamienna in 2001. Their first album Wszystko jedno was released in 2004.[1] The second album Podróże z i pod prąd was released in 2005.[2] The band plays melodic rock with elements of punk and reggae.

The band has gone on multiple national tours in Poland.[3]

Members[edit]

  • Kuba "Quka" Kawalec – vocals, guitar
  • Łukasz "Pan Latawiec" Cegliński – guitar, vocals
  • Artur "Artour" Telka – bass
  • Jarosław "Dubin" Dubiński – drums
  • Daniel Pomorski - trumpet
Former members
  • Paweł Półtorak – drums
  • Piotr "Szosiu" Szostak – drums
  • Maciek "Ponton" Sosnowski – drums

Discography[edit]

  • Wszystko jedno (June 1, 2004)
  • Podróże z i pod prąd (October 12, 2005) POL #21[4]
  • Nieprzygoda (September 1, 2007) POL #1[5]
  • Na żywo w Studio (November 24, 2008, DVD)
  • Na żywo w Studio (February 16, 2009, Live CD)
  • Mów mi dobrze (October 19, 2009) POL #7[6]
  • ciepło / zimno (September 5, 2012) POL #1[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wszystko jedno
  2. ^ Podróże z i pod prąd
  3. ^ Scanned article from Gazeta Wyborcza about a tour with Polish artist Kazik Staszewski.
  4. ^ http://olis.onyx.pl/listy/index.asp?idlisty=283&lang=en
  5. ^ http://www.muzyka.pl/news/pokaz/12136/happysad_wygrywa_na_olisie.html
  6. ^ http://olis.onyx.pl/listy/index.asp?idlisty=565&lang=
  7. ^ http://olis.onyx.pl/listy/index.asp?idlisty=758&lang=en

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