In 1978, Olvido Gara (aka Alaska) started a music task called Kaka de Luxe, taking part in alongside Nacho Canut and Carlos Berlanga. The music group was area of the Spanish fresh wave referred to as Movida Madrileña. When music artists Ana Curra and Eduardo Benavente became a member of in, its name was transformed to Alaska con los Pegamoides, documenting its first solitary known as “Horror En Un Hipermercado” in 1980, accompanied by “Otra Dimensión” in 1981. When Alaska con los Pegamoides’ debut recording arrived, a song known as “Bailando” climbed on the music graphs, consolidating the group internationally. After liberating Alaska con Los Pegamoides in 1982, Curra and Benavente made a decision to leave to start out their own task known as Paralisis Permanente. This triggered the band to improve its name once again. The brand new three-piece take action Alaska y Dinarama debuted in 1983 with an recording known as Canciones Profanas, accompanied by 1994’s Deseo. Because the 10 years moved ahead, Alaska con Dinarama finished its discography using the launch of 1986’s No Sera Pecado and 1988’s Diez.