It seems as if the time of the critical song was over with the death of Franz Josef Degenhardt in 2011. At least it has disappeared from public perception. Krysztof Daletski is one of those who continues this tradition. He says: "Unfortunately, the times are such that I can no longer say: 'Let someone else do it'". And so he writes songs that deal with current trends, e.g with the market-radical ideology, which calls itself "non-ideological". The booklets of the CDs contain background information and self-drawn caricatures. Accompanied only with the guitar, he sings in a duet with his daughter: sometimes direct, sometimes pathetic, sometimes satirical.
01 A happy song 02 Justifications 03 Fiŝoj en la dezerto 04 Possible to a limited extent 05 The value of learning 06 Gardi la revon 07 The neoliberal litany 08 Two percent 09 Michel's military reawakening 10 Of Snakes And Men 11 Different times, different words 12 The fruit of righteousness will be peace