Miranda! in Reventón Superestrella in 2006, in Los Angeles
Background information
Origin Argentina
Genres Electropop
Years active 2001–present
Labels Pelo Music
EMI Music
Alejandro Sergi
Juliana Gattás
Leandro "Lolo" Fuentes
Nicolás "Monoto" Grimaldi
Past members
Bruno De Vincenti

Miranda! is an Argentine electro pop band formed in 2001. Band members include Alejandro Sergi (vocals), Juliana Gattas (vocals), Lolo Fuentes (guitar), Bruno de Vincenti (programming), and since 2003, Nicolás Grimaldi (bass). The group has found success throughout Latin America as well as in the United States and Europe.



In 2001, Alejandro Sergi teamed up with Juliana Gattas, Lolo Fuentes, and Bruno de Vincenti to form Miranda!, labeling their style as melodramatic electropop. Named after Argentinean actor Osvaldo Miranda, the group finally met the actor in December 2002 during the Buen Dia Arriba Festival in Palermo Viejo.

Their popularity grew around the Buenos Aires Underground music circuit, based on their peculiar music, style, and looks. Their unique live performances, in which the band members "acted out" the lyrics of their songs, gained them a great amount of followers, as well as a number of prizes on such publications as the Argentine version of the Rolling Stone Magazine, which named them the Revelation Band of 2002.

The same year, they released their first album, Es Mentira, which would spawn five singles: Bailarina, Imán, Tu Juego, Agua and Romix.

In 2004 Miranda! edited their second album, entitled Sin Restricciones, which would mean the mainstream breakthrough of the band, with hits like Yo Te Diré or Don, which would go on to be one of the most downloaded ringtones in the world by 2005. Other singles out of this album were Navidad, El Profe, Uno los Dos and recently Traición.

In between the albums, they released an EP containing three new tracks that were formerly the theme songs of very successful soap operas from Argentina, "Quereme...tengo frío" ("Love me, I'm cold") from Piel Naranja , starring Arnaldo André and Marilina Ross in 1975; "Una lágrima sobre el teléfono" from Una voz en el teléfono , starring Carolina Papaleo and Raúl Taibo in 1990; and "Esa extraña dama" from the soap opera with the same name, starring Luisa Kuliok and Jorge Martínez. These songs were performed at the 2006 Martín Fierro Awards TV Show, and then released as a single cd in Argentina.

"Prisionero", the first single off their new album "El Disco de tu Corazón", became a #1 hit in their native Argentina. However, the second single "Perfecta" with Mexican singer Julieta Venegas became an even bigger hit worldwide, topping the charts in many Spanish-speaking countries.

The newest single from "El Disco de tu Corazón" is simply-called "Hola", and is the first to be released in 2009. The video from "Hola" is comic-based on a narrated chat communication between two people who end up having sex in a room.

2007 Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2008 Best Group or Duet Nominated
2007 Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2008 Best Pop Artist Nominated
2007 Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2008 Artist of the Year Nominated
2007 Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2008 Best Artist South Won



Es Mentira (2002)

  1. Bailarina
  2. Horóscopo
  3. Romix
  4. Imán
  5. Tu Juego
  6. Agua
  7. Ven
  8. Mentira
  9. Tiempo
  10. Casualidad

Sin Restricciones (2004)

  1. Yo Te Diré
  2. Don
  3. Quiero
  4. Vuelve A Ti
  5. El Profe
  6. Otra Vez
  7. Tu Gurú
  8. Hoy
  9. El Agente
  10. Navidad
  11. Traición
  12. Uno Los Dos

Sin Restricciones En Vivo! (2005)

  1. Otra Vez
  2. Tu Gurú + Take On Me
  3. Yo Te Diré
  4. Hoy
  5. Bailarina
  6. Mentira
  7. Traición
  8. Navidad
  9. Quiero
  10. El Profe
  11. Tu Juego
  12. Don
  13. Romix
  14. Casualidad

Quereme! [EP] (2006)

  1. Quereme...Tengo Frío
  2. Una Lágrima Sobre El Teléfono
  3. Esa Extraña Dama
  4. Medley (Extendida)
  5. Medley (Radio Edit)

El Disco De Tu Corazón (2007)

  1. Prisionero
  2. Hola
  3. Perfecta (con Julieta Venegas)
  4. Enamorada
  5. Nada Es Igual
  6. Déjame
  7. Amanece Junto A Mí
  8. Hasta Hoy
  9. Vete De Aquí (con Fangoria)
  10. No Me Celes
  11. Te Atreviste Y Me Morí
  12. Voces

El Templo Del Pop (2008) greatest hits album

  1. Perfecta
  2. Chicas new song
  3. Enamorada
  4. Don
  5. Yo Te Diré
  6. Traición
  7. Bailarina
  8. Prisionero
  9. Imán
  10. Hola
  11. El Profe
  12. Romix
  13. Otra Vez
  14. Mi Propia Vida new song
  15. Uno Los Dos
  16. Tu Juego
  17. Vete De Aquí (con Fangoria)
  18. Navidad
  19. Quiéreme... Tengo Frío
  20. Mirandamix (Miranda! Vs. DJ Deró) Miranda! megamix by DJ Deró

Es Imposible (2009)

  1. Mentía
  2. Lo que siento por ti
  3. Romance juvenil
  4. El showcito
  5. Tu mirada
  6. Tu misterioso alguien
  7. Si pudiera volver
  8. No lo digas
  9. Entre mis brazos
  10. Hola probando

Miranda Directo! (CD + DVD) (2009)

  1. Prisionero
  2. Entre mis brazos
  3. Tu mirada
  4. Hola
  5. Hola probando
  6. Romance juvenil
  7. El showcito
  8. Perfecta
  9. Tu misterioso alguien
  10. Lo que siento por ti
  11. Yo te diré
  12. Enamorada
  13. El profe
  14. Mentía
  15. Don
  16. No lo digas
  17. Imán

Magistral (2011)

  1. Dice Lo Que Siente
  2. Ya Lo Sabia
  3. A la Distancia
  4. Ritmo & Decepcion
  5. 10 Años Despues
  6. No Pero No
  7. Cada Vez Que Decimos Adios
  8. Una Noche Como Hoy
  9. Tucan
  10. Puro Talento


From Es Mentira (2002):

  1. Bailarina
  2. Imán
  3. Romix
  4. Tu Juego
  5. Agua

From Sin Restricciones (2004):

  1. Yo Te Diré (#1 ARG)
  2. Navidad
  3. Don (#1 ARG)
  4. El Profe
  5. Uno Los Dos
  6. Traición

From Quereme (2006):

  1. Quereme... Tengo Frío

From El Disco de tu Corazón (2007):

  1. Prisionero
  2. Hola
  3. Perfecta
  4. Enamorada (#3 ARG)

From El Templo del Pop (2008):

  1. Chicas (#8 ARG)

From Es Imposible (2009):

  1. Mentía (#6 ARG)
  2. Lo que Siento por ti (#8 ARG)
  3. Tu misterioso alguién (#7 ARG)

From Magistral (2011):

  1. Ritmo & Decepción (#11 ARG)
  2. Ya Lo Sabia (#7 ARG)

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