As Dez Mais (Portuguese for The Top Ten) is the tenth studio album by Brazilianrock band Titãs, and their first cover album. It was released in 1999, selling more than 400,000 copies. It was their last album with guitarist Marcelo Fromer, who died in 2001 just a few days before the first days of recordings of As Dez Mais' successor. Regarding criticism of the album being pop-oriented, producer Jack Endino said there are elements of pop in the band's two previous albums, the well-sold Acústico MTV and Volume Dois, and in all their seven albums released before Titanomaquia (first Titãs album produced by him). He added:
I'm a rocker, but I like good songs very much. If a song has a good feeling and good lyrics, rhythms, energy, intelligence and emotion, then it's not necessary that it has a 'wall of guitars'. Anyway, the concept for 'As Dez Mais' was not my idea. I did the best album I could, considering these were not Titãs songs. And I tell you I get very happy with the way this album sounds. I didn't want the 'strings' added to the songs, it wasn't my idea, but Eumir Deodato did a good job, specially on 'Fuga 2'. As a Titãs fan, I would have preferred new compositions by them, but that wasn't what the band wanted at that time.
"Aluga-se" was released in 1999 as the thirteenth single by the band. The original song was composed and performed by Brazilian rock singer Raul Seixas, and it was featured on his 1980 album Abre-Te Sésamo.
The music video for the song shows the band performing it inside a night club crowded with young people drinking, dancing and smoking. At certain point, some of the band members are seen playing a card game of some sort, and then playing pool.