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Vulpes was the first Spanish all-female punk rock which was formed in Barakaldo (Greater Bilbao, Basque Country, Spain) in the summer of 1982. They became famous when the in 1983 appeared in a TV program, called Caja de Ritmos, performing the song «Me gusta ser una zorra» (I like being a whore). The song is a cover of The Stooges song I Wanna Be Your Dog with adapted Spanish lyrics. Many viewers complained about their performance.
They dissolved the same year after releasing a single.
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Loles Vázquez «Anarkoma Zorrita» - guitar,
Mamen «Evelyn Zorrita» - voice,
Begoña «Ruth Zorrita» - bass,
Lupe Vázquez «Pigüy Zorrita» - drums