Spanish experimental rock band Mago de Oz was shaped in 1989. 3 years later on, the group became among the finalists at Rock and roll de Villa de Madrid’s competition. In 1994, the six-piece take action individually released a self-titled recording. In 1996, Mago de Oz focused in the producing of a rock and roll opera called Jesús de Chamberí, released by Locomotive Music and offered live beneath the name of Vía Crucis Tour. Later on, the band documented La Leyenda de la Mancha, influenced by Miguel de Cervantes traditional book Un Quijote. After taking part in Eurometal, Mago de Oz released Resacosix en Hispania, a house video in line with the group’s history.