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Alaska y Dinarama


  1. Alaska y Dinarama a.k.a. Alaska is a Spanish-Mexican singer, DJ, and TV personality famous in Spain and Latin America. She was of the main characters in the so-called Movida the cultural movement following the Franco dictatorship in Spain. This movement in which music, arts, cinema and fashion erupted and collided to confirm the actual society Spain had become under Franco. She has participated since the last part of the seventies in several groups of different success: Kaka de Luxe 1977, Alaska y los Pegamoides 1980, Alaska y Dinarama 1983 and since 1989 the duet Fangoria.
  2. Alaska y Dinarama a.k.a. Carlos Berlanga, born Carlos García Berlanga, was a Spanish musician, composer and painter.


Alaska y Dinarama was a Spanish electro-pop band formed by Olvido Gara, Ignacio "Nacho" Canut Guillen and Carlos Garcia Berlanga de Manrique in 1982. The group was popular and influential during La Movida Madrileña. Some of their famous recordings include Abracadabra, Ni Tú Ni Nadie, and ¿A quién le importa?. In 1989 the name Alaska y Dinarama was no more and was renamed to what is now known as Fangoria.

  • also known as Alaska & Dinarama
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  • genres: Pop music, Disco, Acid house, Glam rock, Rock music, Synthpop, Post-punk
  • albums: "Canciones Profanas", "Delirios de grandeza", "Deseo carnal", "Fan fatal", "No es pecado", "Diez", "Grandes éxitos", "Sólo creo lo que veo", "Deja de bailar", "Bailando", "Quiero ser santa", "Un millón de hormigas", "Rock latino clandestino", "Perlas ensangrentadas", "Descongélate", "Ni tú ni nadie", "Mi novio es un zombi", "Rey del glam", "Sospechas / Rey del glam", "Crisis", "A quién le importa", "Cómo pudiste hacerme esto a mí", "Un hombre de verdad", "La funcionaria asesina"

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