Nie wierzcie elektrykom
|Nie wierzcie elektrykom|
|Studio album by Big Cyc|
|Big Cyc chronology|
Nie wierzcie elektrykom (Polish Don't trust the electricians) is the second studio album of the punk rock band Big Cyc, released in 1991. The title is a pun on "Don't trust the politicians" an it alludes to Lech Wałęsa's profession. The president of Poland was also depicted on the cover in a rather iconoclastic way, dressed in a jacket with a Playboy badge (as opposed to Virgin Mary badge, actually worn by Wałęsa). The album emulated a radio show, the songs being separated by nonsense dialogues of two "hosts", Skiba and Paweł "Konjo" Konnak.
- "Marian, wierny kibic" (Marian, a faithful football fan)
- "Chrześcijańscy kanibale" (Christian cannibals)
- "Oszukani partyzanci" (Deceived partisans)
- "Nie ma tu nikogo" (There's nobody here)
- "Polacy" (The Poles)
- "Biały miś" (White Bear)
- "Kanar?" (Ticket Controller)
- "Ruskie idą" (The Russians are coming)
- "Nie wierzcie elektrykom" (Don't trust the electricians)
- "Karel rege" (Karel Reggae)
- Dżej Dżej – bass guitar, lead vocals
- Dżery – drums, vocals
- Piękny Roman – lead guitar, vocals
- Skiba – vocals, lyrics, 'radio host'
- Marek Piekarczyk - vocals on Biały miś
- Paweł "Konjo" Konnak - 'radio host'