Fangoria

Fangoria

Electropop Spanish Pop Electronic Synthpop
Fangoria is an electro-pop band from Madrid, Spain, the brainchild of Alaska and Nacho Canut. In 1977 Alaska, along with Nacho Canut and Carlos Berlanga formed the band Alaska Y Los Pegamoides. Later, in 1982, they changed the name to Alaska y Dinarama. In 1989 Carlos Berlanga left, and the band transformed once again, this time adopting the name of the American horror film magazine Fangoria — they had already made clear their fascination with US Grade-Z movies with songs like "Mi novio es un Zombi"... More Info »

Top Albums

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    Arquitectura Efímera
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    El Extraño Viaje Revisitado
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    Interferencias
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    Miro la vida pasar
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    Retorciendo palabras
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    El cementerio de mis sueños
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    Un Dia Cualquiera En Vulcano S.E.P. 1.0.
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    La mano en el fuego
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    Entre mil dudas
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    Criticar por criticar
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    Ni contigo ni sin ti
  • Mix By Fangoria & Camela No Te Acerques A Mi
    Mix By Fangoria & Camela No Te Acerques A Mi
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    Dilemas, Amores y Dramas (disc 1)

Fangoria. Artist Bio

Fangoria is an electro-pop band from Madrid, Spain, the brainchild of Alaska and Nacho Canut. In 1977 Alaska, along with Nacho Canut and Carlos Berlanga formed the band Alaska Y Los Pegamoides. Later, in 1982, they changed the name to Alaska y Dinarama. In 1989 Carlos Berlanga left, and the band transformed once again, this time adopting the name of the American horror film magazine Fangoria — they had already made clear their fascination with US Grade-Z movies with songs like "Mi novio es un Zombi" ("My Boyfriend Is A Zombie") and "La rebelión de los electrodomésticos" ("The household appliance rebellion"). With each name change, the band has been driving away from punk and embracing electronic pop, although strong guitars are normally present in their performances.

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