Chords of pagdating by alamid
i used to borrow/steal/arbor from my cousin before.my favorites were kamalayan, dear mug, the album reviews and the concert reviews (lalo na kung napuntahan ko din yung concert na nireview nila).
[Intro]Nag-aaliw sa usok at beer lang ang kasama Mas okey pang laging gan'to, nalilimutan ka Hindi ko malaman sa 'yo kung ano ang drama mo Bakit lagi mo na lang sinasaktan ang puso ko?we actually met the staff when we tried to contact them when my high school friends and i were putting up an underground school paper. that was the first rnr issue i bought when i was in high school.they thought it was a good idea and they had us visit them in their office on roces ave where their editor bj treated us to bananaque at the nearby sari-sari store. if i'm not mistaken, the cover was the glossy one with the nirvana picture?kaya lang, di na ko bumili pagdating ng mga late 90s, baduy na kse mga features nila eh. Whenever my brother comes back from the Philippines he brings back "Pulp" magazine which as a female I'm actually quite embarrassed to read.It seems like a skin mag maquerading as a music mag.In a nutshell, Radio Friendly is a better effort than Panaginip, but falls short of the standard set by Artist.
The band's sound has shifted from its origins in rock/hard rock (albeit also playing tender, substantive ballads), to more of a pop/rock ambience.
Alamid albums In 1995, Philippine rock band Artist released their second album, Panaginip ("Dream").
The band's first album, 1994's Artist, was a strong debut effort, and displayed much energy and creativity on songs that ranged from blistering hard rock/metal to heartfelt ballads.
we actually met the staff when we tried to contact them when my high school friends and i were putting up an underground school paper. Can't really remember the cover but that article is stuck in my head for some reason. It was such a small community that seemed to know everyone or at least know people who knew people who knew someone on that mag.
they thought it was a good idea and they had us visit them in their office on roces ave where their editor bj treated us to bananaque at the nearby sari-sari store. I don't know any of them of course but the tone in the letters were so personal it felt like you did.
Almost on the same level is "Merry X'Mas," which examines the many injustices in the Philippines and everywhere else: "Merry Christmas to all the hungry children/Merry Christmas to my abandoned friends." Artist displayed a social conscious on the debut album as well, as heard on "Chaotic World."Alamid music CDs In 1997, Philippine rock band Artist released their third album, Radio Friendly.