Kaka de Luxe was a punk band founded in Madrid at the end of 1977 and composed by Fernando Márquez "El Zurdo", Manolo Campoamor, Carlos Berlanga, Enrique Sierra, Alaska and Nacho Canut. They started as a group of cartoonists and fanzine people in 1977 and later on they thought about the idea of forming a group to get money, a punk rock band.
In 1978 the band recorded an EP with four songs, entitled 'Kaka de Luxe'. In 1982, after the dissolution of the band founded by Fernando Márquez, Paraíso, the label released an EP entitled 'Kaka de Luxe/Paraíso' collecting six songs from the two bands. In 1983 the Chapa Discos and Zafiro labels decided to release an album with all the songs and demos of Kaka de Luxe named 'Las Canciones Malditas'.
The band rejoined at the request of Paloma Chamorro for the TVE show "La Edad de Oro". Kaka de Luxe was a breeding ground for some of the most representative characters of the Madrid scene, such as the plastic artist Manolo Campoamor who together with Alaska, Carlos Berlanga and Nacho Canut formed Alaska y Los Pegamoides and later Alaska y Dinarama. Nacho Canut formed with Eduardo Benavente Paralisis Permanente. Fernando Márquez led Paraíso and La Mode. Enrique Sierra, Manolo Campoamor and Carlos Berlanga with Javier Furia and Herminio Molero created the germ of what would become Radio Futura, although only Enrique would join the first official formation. [SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA]