Before the 1984 edition of the Jarocin Festival, it was already clear that interest in the artists was greater than ever before. Something was in the air. It was going to be a unique event. The number of applications from young bands had increased significantly. There was an impressive number of debuts, which poured in on demo tapes to the festival committee from all over the country. The organizational requirement to send demo tapes motivated musicians to record their best work. At a time when the possibilities for releasing records and even cassettes were minimal, thanks to this requirement, a large archive of demos from that period were preserved. Today, this body of surviving work represents enormous value in terms of the musical culture from the 1980s in Poland. During this time, punk bands had few other opportunities, and this was an incredible chance to record their material. They made it happen wherever they could: in basements, in a garage, or, with a bit of luck, in an amateur recording studio. The band REKRUT from Bytom was one of these bands. Of their legacy, only a trace remains. For this remnant we owe thanks to the festival in Jarocin. The raw punk recordings they left behind show their character and lyrics, attributes which caused them problems from the very beginning as only one was approved by censorship. This short-lived lineup only played a few gigs, and the performance at Jarocin was their main achievement. The performance itself was close to being a disaster for the band. Before the show, the band found themselves without a drummer. Tomek Dorn from ABADDON came to the rescue, replacing the drummer of REKRUT at the last minute. On that day, during what was to be a legendary edition of the festival, in addition to ABADDON, the band shared the stage with SIEKIERA, MOSKWA, PROWOKACJA, SEDES and OPAR. After the performance in Jarocin, there was a significant shuffle in the band's line-up. They did not get the results they expected and moments later the group was disbanded. Some members of the band were involved later in a new wave band ZOILUS and avant-garde jazz project MELODIA. . Now, after 37 years, the band REKRUT makes their debut on this album - for many it will probably be the first contact with their output. Without bands like this, we wouldn't have a full picture of both the history of punk in Poland and a complete understanding of the musical explosion which took place during and immediately after the military junta and martial law. These archival recordings are also a document of a spontaneous energy of young people who believed that they could express and create without embarrassment and without restraint or worry. For the first time, in a series of punk material from Jarocin on Warsaw Pact Records and the Trasa W-Z Archive, we present a demo + live set: material from the demo cassette sent to the organizing committee of FMR Jarocin, and the live set itself. There are plans for further editions of both live materials and Jarocin submission tapes so stay tuned. One-time pressing of 534 copies. Gatefold cover, inner sleeve with the lyrics sent to censors, documents and also interview with Tomek Koperwas, singer of the band. Mastering Studio As One.