|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Wet Za Wet||9||Audio||1994||Melissa Productions|
|2||Godzina Krzywd||12||Audio||2004||Nikt Nic Nie Wie|
|3||Wet Za Wet||13||Audio||2001||Pop Noise|
|4||Walcz O Swoją Wolność||8||Audio||1996||Bydłoszcz Records|
|5||Nie Do Poznania||8||Audio||1996||HC PZPR RECORDS|
|6||Wet Za Wet||11||Audio||1991||Fala|
|7||Abaddon / Rejestracja||28||Audio||1985||Polish H-C|
|8||Wet Za Wet||9||Audio||2012-07-04||Warsaw Pact Records|
|9||Wet Za Wet||9||Audio||2012-07-04||Warsaw Pact Records|
|10||Wet Za Wet||9||Audio||2012-07-04||Warsaw Pact Records|
|11||Godzina Krzywd||12||Audio||2004||Lou & Rocked Boys|
|12||Abaddon||31||Audio||Not On Label|
Polish hardcore band formed in 1982 as Partyzantka Miejska (Urban Guerilla). Soon after they changed their name to Abaddon. In 1985 their song "Kto?" was included on "Fala" compilation. About that time the band played a short tour in Yugoslavia. Money earned on that tour was used to finance a recording session in Ljubliana. Their debut album "Wet za wet" was released in 1986 on LP in France only (the Polish edition came out in 1991). Abbadon split in 1987.
The band reformed in 2001 with a partialy new line-up, released the album "Godzina Krzywd" in 2004 and split up a year later.