Miłość, muzyka, mordobicie
Miłość, muzyka, mordobicie (Polish Love, music, brawl) is the third studio album of Polish punk rock band Big Cyc, released in 1992. The title is a pun on "Love, friendship, music" - slogan of the Jarocin festival which proved to be untrue because of common brawls. The song "Nowe kombinacje" was a parody of the rock group Republika, appreciated by its leader, Grzegorz Ciechowski. "Buntownik z aerozolu" and "Jak słodko zostać świrem" featured the first videos in the group's history.
- "Woody Allen"
- "Czarne garnitury" (Black suits)
- "Twoje glany" (Your boots)
- "Promień nad głową" (A ray over the head)
- "Jak słodko zostac świrem" (How sweet to be a crazy)
- "Nie będziemy śpiewać po angielsku" (We will not sing in English)
- "Villago, villago"
- "Nowe kombinacje"
- "Pobudka dla nieboszczyka" (Wake up call for a dead man)
- "Zwiewam z budy" (I'm getting outta school; the English version was titled Fuck the School
- "Historia z koszar" (Barracks story)
- "Buntownik z aerozolu" (Spray-paint rebel)
- "Gdy zamawiam pierwsze piwo" (Ordering the first beer)