Argos: Just Can’t Wait for Christmas

This is a commercial ad of Argos. This commercial was released in November 2015 in United Kingdom. Under the title of “Argos: Just Can’t Wait for Christmas”. #JustCantWait.

The Argos Christmas Advert 2015. Immerse yourself in a world of colour, excitement and energy with the Argos Christmas ad, #JustCantWait for Christmas. Get free Same Day Delivery when you spend £50, or collect in store in as little as 60 seconds with Fast Track. Go Argos.

It was done by CHI & Partners, London advertising agency. The commercial by Production Company is Rogue Films and is directed by Mark Zibert.

Ok, I get the idea that you get the toys that you wanted earlier for Christmas. I get the other stuff and I don’t mind rolling around with minion stuffed toys but is that guy riding a bike with huge Christmas balls and are they really playing video games while riding snow tubes? Is that even possible? I know it’s about Christmas hence the winter games but the others are insane. Insane is a good way for the big boys, I think. Hahaha.

The commercial song is “Troika” by Sofia Session Orchestra & Choir. However, this song was produced specifically for the commercial and unfortunately, it is not available to purchase or download on any music sites.

Thus, I am not able to get any information about this song. However, if you have any information about this song by any chance, please leave your comment.

The original version of “Troika” is a song that was released on 1934 for Russian and Soviet composer Sergei Prokofiev. And this song “Troika” was also used in the sound track of the Soviet film “Lieutenant Kijé” that was released on 1934. Here, you can preview songs and check them on Amazon.

You can watch the full ad here.

Argos: Just Can’t Wait for Christmas
Client: Argos
Geo: United Kingdom
Released: November 2015
Advertising Agency: CHI & Partners, London
Production company: Rogue Films
Director: Mark Zibert
Voiceover: Miquita Oliver
Music: Troika by Sofia Session Orchestra & Choir

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