Pidżama Porno evolved from Polish underground acts, such as Ręce do góry, Ryzyko and Papierosy. The name Pidżama Porno was first used in 1987. It was then an underground band. Their first demo albums, "Ulice jak stygmaty" and "Futurista", were widely spread across Poland through amateur copying, and achieved great popularity among punk rock and hardcore music listeners.
Pidżama Porno disbanded in 1990, but reactivated 4 years later. The demo album "Futurista" was officialy released under the same name, but it also contained six songs from "Ulice jak stygmaty". In 1997 "Złodzieje zapalniczek" was released, "Styropian" followed in 1998. Then, the "Ulice jak stygmaty" demo album was recorded again, and released as "Ulice jak stygmaty - absolutne rarytasy". The next album, "Marchef w butonierce", arguably their most popular one, saw the light in 2001.
As for now, their newest album is "Bułgarskie Centrum", which appeared in 2004. It is slightly different from the former releases, but is still widely appreciated among fans.
Currently, the band consist of the following artists:
Krzysztof "Grabaż" Grabowski - vocals, lyrics, composition
Andrzej Kozakiewicz - vocals, guitar
Sławek Mizerkiewicz - guitar
Julian Piotrowiak - bass guitar
Rafał Piotrowiak - percussion
Some members of the band also form Grabaż i Strachy na Lachy.
The band officially disbanded after their 20-th anniversary concert, which was held in Poznań on 8th December 2007.