Wilki

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Wilki
Wilki Wianki Warszawa 2011 (1).jpg
Wilki in 2011
Background information
Origin Warsaw, Poland
Genres Alternative rock, Pop rock, Post punk
Years active 1991–present
Labels Sony Music Polska (Poland)
Pomaton EMI (Poland)
Members Robert Gawlińskilead vocals and rhythm guitar,
Mikis Cupas – lead guitar,
Leszek Biolik – Bass,
Andrzej Smolik – keyboards,
Hubert Gasiul – drums and percussion

Wilki are a Polish Alternative rock/Pop rock band from Warsaw. They, along with their contemporaries Myslovitz, are one of Poland's most popular rock bands.

Wilki have written songs both in English and Polish. Wilki means wolves in Polish. They are currently signed to Sony Music in Poland.

Discography[edit]

  • 1992r. Wilki (MJM Music Pl) (Wolves)
    • 1992r. Son of the Blue Sky
    • 1994r. Eli Lama Sabahtani
  • 1993r. Przedmieścia (MJM Music Pl) (Suburbs)
  • 1993r. Live (Sony Music Polska)
  • 1994r. Acousticus Rockus (MJM Music Pl)
    • 1994r. Moja "Baby" (My Baby"
    • 1994r. N'Avoie
  • 2000r. Wilki i R. Gawliński – największe przeboje (MJM Music Pl/Sony Music Polska) (Greatest Hits)
  • 2002r. 4 (Pomaton EMI 2002)
    • 2002r. Baśka (Barbara)
    • 2002r. Urke
    • 2003r. Ja ogień ty woda (Me Fire You Water)
    • 2003r. Here I Am
  • 2004r. Watra (Pomaton EMI) (Watch-fire)
    • 2004r. Bohema
    • 2005r. Słońce pokonał cień (The Sun overcome by the shadow)
  • 2006r. Obrazki (Wilki Records Music for EMI) (Pictures)
    • 2006r. Na zawsze i na wieczność (Forever and ever)
    • 2007r. Love story..

Influences[edit]

Wilki's influence comes from bands of the 1980s. Especially Post-punk bands, such as U2 and The Cure. Lead singer and guitarist Robert Gawliński enjoyed these bands in his teenage years.

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