|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Would You Feel||3||Audio||2004-10-29||Flash Music|
|2||Would You Feel||4||Audio||2005-04-04||Do It Yourself Entertainment|
|3||House Babe||4||Audio||2005-12-00||Flash Music|
|4||One More Chance||10||Audio||2008||Dee Jay Mix Club|
|5||8 Years||16||Audio||2011||Magic Records|
|6||House Baby||6||Audio||2005||Flash Music|
|7||Would You Feel||6||Audio||2004||Flash Music|
Grzegorz Cebula, aka C-Bool, was born on 30th May 1981 in a small Silesian town Pyskowice (Poland). His fascination with music started during his childhood, when he was given his first Yamaha synthesizer. Those were the times when C-Bool was a fan of such cult bands as [a=Queen] or [a=Guns N' Roses]. Subsequently, he was interested in Italo Disco genre until a groundbreaking year of 1992, when he encountered electronic music for the first time. This sort of music fascinated him enough to make a dream of becoming a DJ.
The beginnings were difficult: first school parties, first own mixer, first contacts with the crowd. In 1998 he started getting residencies in local clubs. But the real breakthrough in C-Bool's career happened in 2002, when he met several members of well-known club groups: DJs Team and [a=Base Attack]. They perceived his talent and later things happened much faster. The year of 2003 was a collaboration with Marcin ([a=Casteam]), release of 2 singles and events at many clubs in Poland. Meanwhile, C-Bool met many interesting people including ones counting in the music industry.
After splitting with [a=Casteam], C-Bool decided to work on his own. His first solo production, "[r=366209]", had a very positive feedback from listeners and made considerable commotion in clubs and charts. The track was also noticed by [a=Flashrider], who decided to cooperate with C-Bool. Meanwhile, the second C-Bool production was made - "In My Heart", which also got good feedback in Polish clubs and radio stations. After long preparations, the debute vinyl "C-Bool – [r=366209]", including [a=Flashrider] and [a=Ziggy X] remixes, found its way to Western European and Polish music shops. The track "[r=366209]" gained rising popularity abroad, reaching high positions on dance charts in countries such as: Germany, Austria, Italy or Japan. It was also included on several compilations.