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Sun Machine is the second album by Polish alternative rock band Myslovitz. The album spawned two somewhat beatlesque airplay hits - Z twarzą Marilyn Monroe ("With a Face Like...") and Peggy Brown, the latter being a cover version of a fellow Mysłowice rock band, with lyrics originally by the Irish "national bard" Turlough O'Carolan (in a translation by the Polish lyricist and translator Ernest Bryll).
All music and lyrics by Myslovitz, except track 1 (music by Marek Jałowiecki, lyrics by Turlough O'Carolan), track 7 (music and lyrics by Marek Jałowiecki), track 9 (music by Jerzy Kossela, lyrics by Krzysztof Klenczon), track 10 (lyrics by Marcin Porczek) and track 11 (music and lyrics by David Bowie).
- "Peggy Brown"
- "Blue Velvet"
- "Z twarzą Marilyn Monroe" (With a Face Like Marilyn Monroe)
- "Jim Best"
- "Amfetaminowa siostra" (Amphetamine sister)
- "Pierwszy raz (z Michelle J.)" (My first time with Michelle J.)
- "Bunt szesnastolatki" (A rebellion of sixteen years old girl)
- "Funny Hill"
- "Historia jednej znajomości" (The history of a certain acquaintance)
- "Good Day My Angel"
- "Memory of a Free Festival"
- Artur Rojek - lead vocal, guitars
- Przemysław Myszor - guitars, keyboards
- Wojciech Powaga - guitars
- Jacek Kuderski - bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocal on "Bunt szesnastolatki"
- Wojciech Kuderski - drums
- Andrzej Smolik - keyboards
- Ian Harris - lead vocals on track 10
- Andrzej Paweł Wojciechowski - producer