Mägo de Oz (Spanish for Wizard of Oz, with a metal umlaut) is a Spanish folk/heavy metal band from Begoña, Madrid formed in mid-1988 by drummer Txus di Fellatio. The band became well known for the strong Celtic feel to their music strengthened through their consistent usage of a violinist and flautist. The name for the band was chosen, according to founding member Txus, because "life is a yellow brick road, on which we walk in the company of others searching for our dreams."
Finisterra Rock Opera is an album of Mago Oz group in which rewrote the album Finisterra to mark the 15th anniversary of the launch. In this rewriting they involved more than twenty artists. These include the presence of the soprano Pilar Jurado, who already contributed to the recording of the last album Ilussia.
The demos "Stronger" and "Mistery" belong to the pre-production sessions of 'Ilussia' (before we make the lyrics we always do them in broken English, although for this occasion we have corrected and searched them). The song "Revolution" is a demo of the great song of KHY that was recorded for the album 'Celtic Land' (although for reasons of space never got recorded for the disc).
Gaia III: Atlantia album for sale by Mago De Oz was released Apr 27, 2010 on the Warner Bros. label. Spanish folk and heavy metal band Mägo de Oz was formed in 1988, although the group's definitive lineup didn't solidify until almost a decade later in 1996. Specializing in heavy metal with folk and Celtic touches, Mägo de Oz often works in album-length concept projects, and this set, Gaia III: Atlantia, released in 2010 as the group's tenth studio album, is no exception. Gaia III: Atlantia CD music is a 2-disc set with 16 songs.
Celtic Land is a double album that was released by the Spanish Mago de Ozon the December 3, 2013, in celebration of 25 years of the group.