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‘Soundtrack of a Nation’

Duha ka klase ang musikerong Pinoy karon – katong nagtabang pagpalambo sa lokal nga musika (bisaya, tagalog, ugbp) ug katong nanglawgaw lang ug nagduso niini paubos. Asa ka sa duha? Thanks to former Sun.Star colleague Aledel Gonzalez for emailing me about this article.


4 Responses to “‘Soundtrack of a Nation’”

  1. ” Those who were teenagers in the β€˜90s grew up to edgier love songs by the Eraserheads and other bands”
    -still, I’m not a teenager in the 90’s yet I really love Eraserheads!!!
    ..taas jud na artik but I enjoyed reading it! Payter!

  2. since nagstorya na ta sa atong lokal nga musika….
    soy, pwde ko mag-plug dri?! hehehehe..
    salamat daan! XD

    March 08, 2008 (Saturday)
    @ Grill Avenue, Mango
    60php ang ticket nya naa nah ni xa free drink and a 50% off when u’re in a group….

    for more info, please check:

  3. hi Insoy. i know the person who did the interview. ate Jaileen writes for PCIJ. here’s her blog.

    asa ka holy week?

    Bantayan mi. as usual.

  4. hi yowee. checked her blog na. will visit it more often. nope, i will be in pinamungajan this holy week, either to get drunk the whole week, or get drunk the whole week. πŸ™‚

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