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May 25, 2024

Photos of Alaska y los Pegamoides at the Concert at the Bilbao Amusement Park in 1982

Alaska y los Pegamoides was a Spanish musical group formed in 1979 in Madrid. It was one of the most representative of the Madrid punk rock scene of the early 1980s, along with other groups, such as its predecessor Kaka de Luxe or its parallel group Paralisis Permanente.

Pegamoides, was gaining new influences, as in its beginnings, with the punk rock and pop of the 1960s from Spain, until the discovery of Siouxsie And The Banshees and other emerging post-punk groups in the United Kingdom.

The group was made up of the singer Alaska, Nacho Canut, Carlos Berlanga, Ana Curra and Eduardo Benavente, who created the hit song “Bailando.”

In 1982, it was dissolved and Alaska joined the group Dinarama, which Carlos Berlanga had formed with Nacho Canut. On the contrary, Eduardo Benavente and Ana Curra remained in Permanent Paralysis.

These photos were taken by Fernando Catalina Landa that show Alaska y los Pegamoides at the concert at the Bilbao Amusement Park on June 10, 1982.


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