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Classic

Classic
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Classic is a Polish band that plays light, dance-based pop music-- known as 'disco polo' in Poland. It has gone through numerous personnel changes, with frontman Robert Klatt being the only constant. Their best known hit is "Hej Czy Ty Wiesz" (in English: "Hey, Do You Know").

Then band members Robert Klatt, Jacek Ambroziaki, and Waldemar Kiełbasiński founded the group in 1992 in Iłowa. After playing to local acclaim, Classic broke into the Polish mainstream with their 1994 album 'Jolka Jolka' (In English: 'Jolly, Jolly'). They produced a successful music video for the title track.

In 1996, the group expanded their past release into a CD with new songs included The tune "Tam za rzeką" (English: "There is a River") became another hit. In 1997, Classic released the album 'Warto żyć' (English: "Is Worth Living"). They made another music video for the title track. With growing fan interest abroad, Classic toured in the U.S. for the first time.

Other locations that they played in included Austria, Germany, Greece, and all across Poland. In 2000, their fourth release, titled 'To dla Was' (English: "It's for you"), was a sort of turning point. A series of successful singles led to a sponsorship by energy drink 'POWER HORSE'. They've continued to tour and release singles since, having several line-up changes.
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