With more than 20 years of career, the group aiming! continues to be at the peak of mass popularity, with singular and renewed power of summoning around the release of his new album Miranda Hotelwhere they revisit their hits with great guests.
The announcement of three Gran Rexes was successful with a new generation of fans, perhaps attracted the effective marriage of his classic songs with the voice of the protagonists of urban music.
Tickets quickly sold out and confirmation of an amusement park in October arrived, which became four due to demand.
A spectacular setting
Already from the videos of the songs of the new album it was understood Ale Sergi and Juliana Gattas they were going to honor the title of the album, and they filmed everything in a hotel specially decorated to enhance the pop and kitsch touch that characterizes Miranda!
Moving to a theater multiplied the bet: a huge stage with the front of the hotelflanked by two giant video screens.
There were also two comic actors who acted as narrators or emcees and a troupe de ballet of six girls in identical wigs.
There were costume changes and many scenes from the video clips were recreated, with great production, including a luggage cart that lifted the duo several feet.
Back, always effective and precise, Ludo Morell to the battery and Gabriel Lucena on guitars, basses and backing vocals.
And as a special detail, versions of Miranda’s songs were heard before and after the recital! in Muzak style, that functional music of 70s hotels and doctors offices.
Live guests and videos
Being a disk full of guests, The big question was who would be present at the debut of the Great Rex. Every song had that wow factor and it was instantly clear if anyone joined the stage or appeared on the video screens.
They were live on Friday Lali, Cristian Castro, FMK, Emmanuel Horvilleur, Juan Ingaramo AND ca7rielwhile on the screens sang Andrés Calamaro, Dillom, María Becerra, Chano, Emilia, Francisca Valenzuela, Goyo Degano and Sofía Reyes.
The result was a party without pause or respite. The hits followed one another, passionate, and both Ale and Juliana didn’t stop dancing and showing off with their characteristic steps and gestures.
The audience responded with all imaginable enthusiasm: all standing from the first to the last song, singing and shouting the lyrics.
The end was with confetti and the feeling of witnessing a new boom in the career of the flagship Argentine pop band of the past two decades.
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