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No. The outlook was grim and, logically, after a few years that we had wanted to celebrate because of the death of Franco, murky and ominous images began to inhabit the collective subconscious of those youths who were apolitical by necessity. The most extraordinary paradox is that is that it was a light-hearted new wave group, Ejecutivos Agresivos, that served as the seed for this shift in orientation. Many characters came together in that group who were going to do a 180 on the music that was being made. Carlos Entrena, their singer, who would be one of the founders of the GASA label and the leader of Décima Víctima was there. Also there was Ignacio Gasca, a boy from San Sebastián known as Poch who, after the break up of Ejecutivos Agresivos, would form Derribos Arias. Jaime Urrutia was in the line-up, who would soon be the singer and guitarist of Gabinete Caligari. The band included Juan Luis Vizcaya, who had a brief stint as the drummer of Alaska y los Pegamoides. Also a member was Paco Trinidad, who would be another of the founders of GASA and who, with time, would become the main record producer of the 1980s (Hombres G, Duncan Dhu...).

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Best of all are Sombras En La Alcoba by Claustrofobia – so definitively early 80s that it’s like a brutalist underpass with an asymmetric fringe over it – and Nunca, Siempre by Qloaqa Letal: utilitarian punk as cackled by trolls.