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El Acto (Picture Disc)

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Parálisis Permanente was a Spanish post-punk band from the 1980s, noted for being the precursors of the "dark sound" of the Movida Madrileña.

In July 1982, they recorded the tracks for their first LP El Acto, in which they explored a darker style of punk than their previous releases, marking the beginning of the post-punk movement in Spain. The album featured covers in Spanish for David Bowie's "Heroes" (Héroes) and The Stooges's I Wanna Be Your Dog (Quiero ser tu Perro). In spite of the independent release of the album, the band achieved success in the Spanish Music Charts.

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