Miranda (group)

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Miranda - Vamos Playa single cover.jpg
Background information
Origin France
Genres Europop, dance, electronic
Years active 1999–2001
Labels Do It Yourself

Miranda is a French Eurodance group, popular in Europe in the late 1990s and early 2000s.


In 1998, the main frontwoman of the group, Sandra Miranda García, was taking part as a dancer to the video clip of Ricky Martin's song, "María", when she met producers Louis Element and Johnny Williams. Their first release was in 1999, when they released the first single from their first and only album Fiesta, "Vamos a la playa". The song became a summer hit in the Netherlands and Italy.[1] In 2000, they released two singles, "Eldorado" and "A la fiesta", the latter of which peaked at number 66 on the Dutch Singles Chart.[2] In 2001, they signed with the label Do It Yourself and released one non-charting single, "Bamba! (El Ritmo De Miranda)".



Year Album details
1999 Fiesta
  • Release date: November 1999
  • Label: Universal


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
1999 "Vamos a la playa" 8 11 7 Fiesta
2000 "Eldorado"
"A la fiesta" 35 66
2001 "Bamba! (El Ritmo De Miranda)" Single only


  1. ^ "Miranda – Vamos a la playa". spanishcharts.com. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Miranda – A la fiesta". spanishcharts.com. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  3. ^ Italian peak positions