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Compilation album of cover tracks by Acid Drinkers
Released June, 1994 (Poland)
Recorded January 22-March 20, 1994 at Modern Sound Studio, Gdynia
Genre Thrash metal
Length 37:34
Label Loud Out Records, Metal Mind Productions
Producer Tomasz Dziubiński
Acid Drinkers chronology
Vile Vicious Vision
Infernal Connection
Reissue CD cover

Fishdick is a cover album by Polish thrash metal band Acid Drinkers. It was released on June, 1994 in Poland through Loud Out Records.[1][2] The album was recorded from January 22 to March 20, 1994 at Modern Sound Studio, Gdynia.[1] The cover art was created by Tomek Daniłowicz.[1][2]

The reissue of the album features a different cover featuring the members of the band wearing makeup worn by American rock band Kiss.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ace of Spades" Motörhead 3:01
2. "Oh, No! Bruno" NoMeansNo 3:08
3. "Deuce" Kiss 3:10
4. "N.I.B." Black Sabbath 3:34
5. "Another Brick in the Wall" Pink Floyd 7:20
6. "Whole Lotta Rosie" AC/DC 3:44
7. "Run Run Away" Slade 3:04
8. "Fuckin' the Tiger" Acid Drinkers 3:04
9. "Highway Star" Deep Purple 2:59
10. "Balada" Flapjack 4:30

Bonus Tracks[edit]

No. Title Length
11. "N.I.B (radio version)" 3:34


  • Tomasz "Titus" Pukacki - vocal, bass guitar
  • Robert "Litza" Friedrich - backing vocal, guitar,
  • Dariusz "Popcorn" Popowicz - guitar, vocal on track 2
  • Maciej "Ślimak" Starosta - drums, vocal on track 10
  • Engineered - Adam Toczko, Tomek Bonarowski
  • Mixed - Piotr Madziar, Litza
  • Grzegorz Skawiński - guitar solo in "Deuce"
  • Kuba Mańkowski - guitar solo in "Highway Star"
  • Kisiel - guitar solo in "Highway Star"
  • Patrycja - vocal in "Balada"

Release history[edit]

Year Label Format Country Out of Print? Notes
1994 Loud Out Records CD Poland Yes Original CD release
1997 Metal Mind Productions CD Poland Yes CD reissue; digipack; different cover
2009 Metal Mind Productions CD Poland No CD reissue; remastered; digipack, bonus track


  1. ^ a b c "Official website". April 14, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Archiwum Polskiego Rocka". April 14, 2010.