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The band was known for its characteristic sound, based on state-of-the-art electronic instruments programmed (and often modified) by Łosowski, distinctive vocals and guitar playing by Skawiński and Tkaczyk's bass slapping style.
Kombi was the first Polish band to use Commodore 64 as a MIDI sequencer, Prophet 5, Minikorg 700s, Yamaha DX-7 synthesizer, Simmons SDS-V electronic drum kit and Yamaha RX-11, Roland TR-808 drum machine. They are also the only Polish band (as of 2006[update]) to tour the United States three times, bringing all their equipment with them.
The band split up in 1992 after disagreements about the future direction of the band.
In 2013 Łosowski renamed his band - now it's called "Kombi Łosowski"
- 1979 Muzyka młodej generacji (The music of young generation) (unofficial LP)
- 1980 Kombi
- 1981 Królowie życia (The Kings of life)
- 1984 Nowy rozdział (The New chapter)
- 1985 Kombi 4
- 1986 Live
- 1989 Tabu
- 1990 15 lat (15 years)
- 1992 Ostatni koncert (The last concert)
Most popular songs
- Królowie życia (The Kings of life)
- Kochać cię – za późno (It's too late to love you)
- Słodkiego, miłego życia (Sweet, nice life)
- Black and White – with the most expensive videoclip in 1980's in Poland.
- Nasze Randez – vous (Our Randez – Vous)
- Tabu – obcy ląd (Taboo – foreign land)
- Sławomir Łosowski – synthesizer, programming, leader
- Grzegorz Skawiński – lead guitar, vocal
- Waldemar Tkaczyk – bass guitar, drums
- Jan Pluta – drums
- Jerzy Piotrowski – drums
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