They were one of the first punk bands to sing in Spanish. La Polla Records was a band that was known as a symbol of rebellion against everything, to the point of them being called "anti-everything". As a result of this they faced several major obstacles throughout their career, primarily threats and repression. The band members even faced jail time during a fiasco gig with Eskorbuto, another Spanish band..
Its founders were Evaristo Páramos, Maleguin, Txarly and Sume. The name was somewhat controversial because in Spanish, "polla" is slang for penis ("prick").
First demo released in 1982 as "Banco Vaticano".
In 2003 the group disbanded.
Evaristo Páramos - vocals
Maleguin - bass guitar
Fernandito - drums
Txarly - guitar
Sumé - guitar
Abel - bass guitar (from Revolución in 1985 to Vamos Entrando in 2004)
Tripi - drums
Jokin - guitar