CURACHA (1998): ANG KUKURUKUKU NI GENERAL

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CURACHA: Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga ay kwento ng isang babae sa katauhan ni Curacha bilang isang torera. Corazon ang tunay niyang pangalan ngunit binansagan siyang “Curacha” ng kanyang mga kasamahan dahil sa galing nito sa pakikipagtalik sa live performance na kanyang pinagkakakitaan. Hindi niya ninais maging isang torera ngunit dito siya dinala ng tadhana sapagkat ang kanyang mga kamag-anak ay sa pagtotorera din nabuhay.

Si Curacha ay sumisimbolo sa ating bansang Pilipinas. Bakit? Nakita ko, na kung sino-sinong lalaki ang gumagamit ng pagkababae nya. Ang lahat ng parte ng katawan nya ay na-explore na ng kung sino-sinong lalaki. Kagaya ng bansang Pilipinas, lahat na ata ng lugar ay napasok o napuntahan na ng mga dayuhan. hindi lamang ito, kung minsan ay linalapastangan pa ito ng mga dayuhan. Simula pa noong masako tayo noon at magpasahanggang ngayon na malaya na ang bansa, may mga dayuhan na lumalapastangan sa bansa.

Mapapansing ang pelikula ay hindi masyadong gumamit ng ilaw. Marahil ipinapakita na nasa madilim na bahagi ng kanyang buhay si Curacha.  Dagdag pa na nasa panahon ng martial law si Curacha, kagaya sya ng ating bansa na gustong kumawala sa madilim na pangyayari sa buhay nya.

Ang transparent na bag ay nangangahulugang wala ng dapat itago. Dahil sya ay isang torera, wala na syang maitatago sa mga tao. Wala na syang privacy dahil lahat na ng parte ng kanyang katawan ay nakita at napagnasahan na ng mga tao.

Sa nalalapit na pagtatapos ng pelikula ay nagtapos rin ang Batas Militar sa bansa sa pagdedeklara ng simula ng demokrasya. Kasunod nitong naganap ang pag-alis ni Myrna, matalik na kaibigan ni Curacha, papuntang probinsya lulan ng isang barko.

Samantala, habang papauwi si Curacha pagkahatid sa kaibigan, ay inaawit ang Lupang Hinirang.

Bayang Magiliw, Perlas ng Silanganan…

Ang pagbubukas ng Martial Law ay sumisimbolo sa lahat ng pasakit at kasakiman na natikman ni Curacha. Samantala, ang pagdedeklara naman ng demokrasya ang siyang sumasalamin sa pagkakaroon ng pag-asa sa buhay niya. Ang Lupang Hinirang ay siya ring simbolo ng pag-asa kay Curacha na makawala sa dilim na kanyang pinanggalingan at pagbangon  mula sa lahat ng sakit at hirap na kagaya ng ginawa ni Myrna na magbabagong-buhay sa probinsya.

STEAMY “CURACHA” PASSED UNCUT BY MALACANANG

Manila, May 26, 1998 – Expect long lines of movie goers Wednesday, when “Curacha,” one of the sexiest, most controversial movies in recent times finally gets shown in movie theaters.

The Rosanna Roces steamy film about “toro at torera” (live sex performers) was approved for public showing by the Malacanang Appeals Committee without cuts, but with a rating of “R-18, for adults only.”

The movie was reviewed twice and given an “X rating” by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board, meaning it is unfit for public viewing. The censors wanted the graphic sex scenes and those showing Rosanna’s total frontal nudity cut. Regal Entertainment, producer of the film, elevated their case to the Malacanang appeals body.

“This is a victory for everyone in the local film industry who is committed to the cause of uplifting the quality of Philippine movies. I hope this establishes the shape of things to come as we prepare ourselves under a new administration about to take over Malacanang,” said Chito Rono, director of the movie.

“This gives us writers and also the directors hope that we can still make the movies we want to do and allow the audience to widen their experiences through these films,” was the reaction of the film’s scriptwriter Ricky Lee.

“Curacha” documents a night in the life of Corazon, a “torera” who performs in live sex acts for a living. It is the same night that the country is going through a military attempt to take over the government.

Lily Monteverde said the decision “is a victory for film producers whose only wish is for the movie industry to grow.”

“CURACHA” BOX OFFICE SUCCESS REVIVES INDUSTRY

Manila, May 29, 1998 – Everyone predicted that the controversial Rosanna Roces movie “Curacha” was going to be a financial success, but the long lines at movie theaters when it opened last Wednesday was beyond expectations.

“Curacha” continues to make a killing at the tills, despite the rains that would normally have affected cinema attendance.

The film reportedly grossed P11 million on opening day, a whopping figure that is expected to be topped this weekend, it being a payday weekend.

Another factor that’s considered a plus for record-breaking box office income this weekend is the fact that most students have returned to Metro Manila from their home provinces, in time for enrolment and the June opening of classes. Majority of them are expected to flood the malls this weekend, rain or no rain.

Mother Lily Monteverde’s outfit Regal Films produced “Curacha” and is now grinning from ear to ear, basking in her movie’s success both with the film critics and with the “masa” movie-goers.

Mother Lily says the box office success of “Curacha” proves that the local movie industry, which has been on a slump for more than a year, is well on its way to full recovery.

The presidency of Joseph Estrada could also augur well for the movie industry, according to Mother Lily and many others in the business.

The only cloud in this bright scenario is the statement of Rosanna Roces that “Curacha” is her last bold movie, that she will be opting for more dramatic, less baring roles.

The big question now is: “Without Rosanna, who else among the present crop of movie stars can attract as much attention, controversy and mass following?”

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After the station message, the national anthem music video is shown:

  • December 30, 1994-August 1998 (for ABS-CBN-2, PTV-4, ABC-5, RPN-9, IBC-13, World TV-21, RJTV-29 and CTV-31), December 30, 1994-August 22, 2010 (for GMA-7), August 27, 1995-1998 (for Citynet 27), October 12, 1996-1998 (for Studio 23), November 11, 2005-August 22, 2010 (for QTV-11) (The project was undertaken by the Advertising Foundation of the Philippines with production by ACES under Jun Castro, with the whole production being sponsored by the Bank of the Philippine Islands, performed by Philippine Madrigal Singers and Integrated National Police Orchestra) (super clear quality version, high-quality picture (digital Super Clear high-quality copy version, Standard Picture Mode, Normal Color Temperature 4:3 576i PAL version and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks) (

    )

    • Male voice-over goes “Sa taong sanlibo siyam na raan siyam na pu’t walo, ipagdiriwang natin ang sandaan taong kalayaan, ngayon pa lang, sariwain na natin ang kahulugang ito sa mga titik ng ating Pambansang Awit.” In the video, you can see the “Philippine Centennial” logo designed by Edgardo Santiago and slogan “Kalayaan, Kayamanan ng Bayan” in Copperplate Gothic Bold by Joachim Medroso. The rising sun shines its rays over a red (cable number 80108) and royal blue (cable number 80173) striped ribbon, twirled to form the figure 100. Underneath are the three stars in yellow (cable number 80068) which are also in the Philippine flag. The slogan aptly states the reason for the nationhood–that indeed, freedom is the true wealth of the nation. The gold “Philippine Centennial” is reversed to frame all elements. Minnie Manahan says “Tayo po ay magsitayo, ilagay ang kanan kamay sa dibdib at awitin natin sabay-sabay ang Pambansang Awit.” And the performed by the Philippine Madrigal Singers and the Integrated National Police Orchestra.  The tempo is how it should be sung and played as it was originally composed in the March tradition. The main music of the national anthem begins as the ancient map of the Islas de las Filipinas, a golden sunrise at sea to match the Pearl of the Orient line in the Hymn, revolutionary soldiers in rayadillo uniform, General Gregorio del Pilar, the three martyred priests of Cavite or the Gomburza, revolutionary soldiers in a battle scene, a faded glimpse of Old Manila before the Revolution, the Noli Me Tangere cover and its author, Jose P. Rizal, the KKK Banner of Katipunan, it’s Supremo, Andres Bonifacio, General Aguinaldo who at Kawit proclaimed Philippine Independence, an old Filipino flag whose blazing sun is caricatured as a human face, Rizal, Marcelo del Pilar and Mariano Ponce who edited the newspaper “La Solidaridad”, the sewing of the First Philippine Flag in Hong Kong by Marcela Agoncillo, her daughter Lorenza and Josefina Herbosa de Natividad; the Malolos Congress, Rizal’s execution by firing squad at Bagumbayan, and as a finale, a huge Philippine Flag, blown by gentle breeze unfurls to hug the whole screen. Sa katapusan ng bidyo, ito’y sinasabi: “Sandaang taong kalayaan ipinagdiriwang ng Bank of the Philippine Islands, saksi sa ating kasayasayan” plus there is a Special Thanks to.
  • 1997-July 1998 (for ABS-CBN-2, Studio 23, PTV-4, ABC-5, RPN-9, IBC-13, SBN-21, RJTV-29 and CTV-31) (digital Super Clear high-quality copy version, Standard Picture Mode, Normal Color Temperature 4:3 576i PAL version and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks): Ang 1997 version ng “Lupang Hinirang” kung saan nandoon si dating Pangulong Fidel V. Ramos sa introduction.
  • July 1998-2000 (for ABS-CBN and Studio 23), August 1998-June 12, 2003 (for PTV and IBC) (the centennial independence version of Philippine National Anthem is aired on ABS-CBN-2, Studio 23, PTV-4, ABC-5 and IBC-13, the client is Philippine National Centennial Commission, Creative directors WILLA MAGLALANG, GRACE CHONG and MARK FLORES, Account Management by NORBERT PINEDA, PATRICK SISON and TITUS ARCE, Broadcast Production by BETH MOLINA MAQUILING, directed by Vitt Romero, advertising agency DYR-Alcantara and production house Production Village Corporation. Team PROVILL: Executive Producer LORNA TABUENA and MARI BUENCAMINO, LP: INA LAGMAN, YAYAN CONCEPCION, EMIE RODRIGUEZ and ROSS MISA, PM: CAROLINE FRANCISCO, GINA CHUA and BENG NADRES, Storyboard Artist TANI SANTOS, Supervising Managers JUN GOMEZ, ANA FE MANUEL, CECILE SIA, Technical Manager ANING VIDANES, Studio Manager MANING GARCIA, Catering Manager LOLIT OJAS, Negative Cutter: JUN TUNGOL, In-charge of Editing Studio: LOUIE LAVILLES, Traffic Communications Manager LENI BASCO, Accounting Manager CENG CAPULONG, Chief Electrician BOY CARBONEL, Head Set Man: RITO CAYABO, Transportation Coordinator: EDDIE PAMPILLON, Post Production VIDEOPOST, Colorist JUDE NG, Online Editor JESSICA, Audio by AUDIOPOST, Sound Engineer RONALD DE ASIS, Direk’s Creative Producer Ellen Le Ganda De Guzman, Direk’s Chief Visualizer and Story Consultants Bert Gabiano and Jun De Felipe, Direk’s Staff Ed Bondoc, Greg De Guzman, Bey Vito and Madison Laserna) (digital copy version, super clear high-quality picture (Standard Picture Mode, Normal Color Temperature 4:3 576i PAL version and high-volume audio sound version without any logos and watermarks)
    • The flute playing the anthem, the flag is upside down. Meaning the red is on top, a representation of war by the soldiers. The three men walked and the flag was folded. After the drum roll, the male voice-over announcer says “Mga kababayan, awitin natin ang Lupang Hinirang, ang Pambansang Awit ng Pilipinas.” The tempo is how it should be sung and played as it was originally composed in the March tradition. The main music of the national anthem begins as the blending of the children’s voices to match the Pearl of the Orient line in the Hymn and led raising of the Philippine Flag with the adult ones show that their patriotism as Filipinos lives on forever, showing the shots of Rizal Monument, the fishermen, the doctors, the employees, the construction workers, the farmers, the policemen, the firemen, the children, the sewing of the First Philippine Flag in Hong Kong by Marcela Agoncillo, her daughter Lorenza and Josefina Herbosa de Natividad, the family, the car factory workers, the carpenters, the port workers, the airline hangar workers, the shot of Bonifacio Monument. While the scenes from the TV commercial of Expo Pilipino titled “Kawit” directed by Vitt Romero and Rizal’s execution by firing squad at Bagumbayan and as a finale, the male voice-over announcer says “Ang watawat at pambansang awit ay sagisag ng ating pagka-Pilipino. Igalang natin at ipagpitagan ang mga ito” with logo of Philippine Centennial plus there is a Special Thanks to.

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“TELL THE WORLD OF HIS LOVE”

World Youth Day 1995 Theme Song

  • Words and Music by: Trina Belamide
  • Lead Vocals by: Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag featuring the Ateneo Chamber Singers
  • Back-up Vocals: Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide, Andrei Jose, Wilson Santos, Ritchie Ilustre
  • Vocal Arrangement: Trina Belamide
  • Musical Arrangement: N. Arnel de Pano
  • Producer: Trina Belamide
  • Track 6 of the cassette album: “Tell the World of His Love – World Youth Day”, by Praise, Inc. (1994)

ABOUT THE SONG: In January 1995, Pope John Paul II came to Manila for World Youth Day 1995.  The theme for that year was “As the Father sent me, so am I sending you.” TELL THE WORLD OF HIS LOVE was written with this theme in mind and was selected out of 85 songs to be the Official Theme Song for that event, which brought together millions of people in what was one of the world’s biggest gatherings.  The song continues to be sung in churches and during World Youth Day held in various countries.

Raquel Mangaliag:

For God so loved the world
He gave us his only Son
Jesus Christ our Savior
His most precious one

Jeffrey Arcilla:

He has sent us His message of love
And sends those who hear
to bring the message to everyone
In a voice loud and clear.

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:

Let us tell the world of His love
The greatest love the world has known
Search the world for those who have walked
Astray and lead them home
Fill the world’s darkest corners
With His light from up above
Walk every step, every mile, every road
And tell the world

Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(…Tell the world),

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Tell the world of His love.

(Interlude)

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
For God so loved the world
He gave us his only Son
Jesus Christ our Savior His Most Precious One


Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
He has sent us His message of love
and sends those who hear
Andrei Jose, Wilson Santos, and Ritchie Ilustre:
To bring the message to everyone
In a voice loud and clear.

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Let us tell the world of His love
The greatest love the world has known
Search the world for those who have walked
Astray and lead them home
Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(Ahh… ahh…)

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Fill the world’s darkest corners
With His light from up above
Walk every step, every mile, every road
And tell the world

Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(…Tell the world),

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Tell the world of His love!

(Interlude)

Andrei Jose, Wilson Santos, and Ritchie Ilustre:
Let us tell the world of His love

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
(Tell the world of His love)

Andrei Jose, Wilson Santos, and Ritchie Ilustre:
The greatest love the world has known

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Search the world for those who have walked
Astray and lead them home
Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(…lead them home)

Andrei Jose, Wilson Santos, and Ritchie Ilustre:
Fill the world’s darkest corners

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
With His light from up above
Walk every step, every mile, every road
And tell the world;
Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(…tell the world)
Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Tell the world of His love.

Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
Let us tell the world of His love

Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
The greatest love the world has known
Walk every step, every mile, every road
And tell the world,
Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide:
(…Tell the world of His love)
Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag:
Tell the world…
Dada de Pano, Niser de Pano, Trina Belamide
(…Tell the world of His love)
Jeffrey Arcilla and Raquel Mangaliag
Tell the world of… His love!

All:
Tell the world of… His love!

“Believe”
Lyrics by Edwin Ortega
Music by Norman Agatep
Instrumental Arrangement by Mark Lopez
Choral Arrangement by Moy Ortiz
Performed by The Company
From the Album: Kapayapaan: Songs of Faith and Inspiration

Why do you keep the peace when the world’s at war?
Why can’t the anger cease in my wounded heart?
When will we ever find the answers? Why can’t I get anywhere?
So many questions, why should I even care?

REFRAIN
Do you believe in heaven? Do you believe in paradise?
Where can we run when there’s no one, no one we can run home to?
If you can’t find the reason why we must go on living,
search your soul then you’ll know that we’ll just have, we’ll just have to believe.

Why can’t you face your fears? What is there to hide?
Why can’t I face the truth? Maybe too much pride?
Just when we thought we’ve found the cure, it hurts just to know we’re not sure.
Why is there sorrow? How can we still endure?

Do you believe in heaven? Do you believe in paradise?
Where can we run when there’s no one, no one we can run home to?
If you can’t find the reason why we must go on living,
search your soul then you’ll know that we’ll just have, we’ll just have to believe.

BRIDGE
Life doesn’t have to be this way.
We’ll make it better for us someday.
Love’s all we need and the heart to believe.
So look into the sky, believe, and then you’ll never ask why.

Do you believe in heaven? Do you believe in paradise?
Where can we run when there’s no one, no one we can run home to?
If you can’t find the reason why we must go on living,
search your soul then you’ll know that we’ll just have

I’m asking you do you believe, do you believe in heaven?
I’m asking the paradise
We just have to believe.

ANG BUHAY NGA NAMAN
Artist: Noel Cabangon
Album: Byahe

A Noel Cabangon original… Happy-sad song… my 3rd fave from the album.

This is also the theme of indie film “Dead Na Si Lolo”.

LYRICS:
Ang buhay nga naman, di mo maintindihan
Di mo alam kung saan ang hangganan
Ang buhay ng tao, sadyang misteryoso
Di mo alam kung kailan ang katapusan

Ngunit ika’y maalala, sa mga kwento mong ma-drama
At hindi malilimutan ang iyong mga kalokohan
At ika’y pag-uusapan at pagtatawanan
Ngunit mangungulila sa iyong paglisan

Ang buhay nga naman, kay lalim ng kahulugan
Di mo alam kung ano ang kapalaran
Ang buhay ng tao, sa ibabaw ng mundo
Di mo batid kung ano ang iyong daratnan

Ngunit ika’y maalala, sa mga kwento mong ma-drama
At hindi malilimutan ang iyong mga kalokohan
At ika’y pag-uusapan at pagtatawanan
Ngunit mangungulila sa iyong paglisan

Ang buhay ng tao sa ibabaw ng mundo
Paikot-ikot at sadyang mapag-laro

Ngunit ika’y maalala, sa mga kwento mong ma-drama
At hindi malilimutan ang iyong mga kalokohan
At ika’y pag-uusapan at pagtatawanan
Ngunit mangungulila sa iyong paglisan

Ngunit mangungulila sa iyong paglisan…

SALAMIN NG LANGIT
Lyrics by Christine Daria-Estabillo
Music by Frederic Ferraz
Featuring ABS-CBN talents Dolphy, Zaijan Jaranilla, Vhong Navarro, Bea Alonzo, Toni Gonzaga, Nikki Gil, Karylle, Rachelle-Ann Go, Martin Nievera, Jericho Rosales, Piolo Pascual, Billy Crawford, Iya Villania, Sam Milby, Christian Bautista, Erik Santos, Vina Morales, Zsa Zsa Padilla, Mark Bautista, and Yeng Constantino.

I
May buhay pa bang dumadaloy
Sa isang tahimik na panaghoy
Tila di malayo ang wakas
Sa nasira mo nang lagaslas.

II
Ang ganda mo’y nadungisan
Tuluyan nang napabayaan
Sa putik ay di makaahon
Lubog na at di makabangon

REFRAIN:
Hindi pa huli ang lahat
May pagbabagong matutupad
Iabot ang iyong kamay
Sa agos ng buhay
Tayo’y sumabay.

CHORUS
Ito ang aking pangarap
Madamang muli ang iyong yakap
Sa ilalim ng ulap ay aking masilip
Ikaw na salamin ng langit

III
Buhayin natin ang pag-ibig
Sa makulay na tubig
Tayo’y magkapit-bisig
Para sa Ilog Pasig

IV
Nais kong muling lumangoy
sa malinis na daloy
Muli sanang magtampisaw
sa agos na malinaw

WE WILL RISE AGAIN
(music and lyrics by Jude Gitamondoc)
(Performed by Raki Vega)
(MTV Directed by Ruel Antipuesto and Tess Villegas)
(Arranged by Jad Bantug)
(Orchestration by Prof. Roberto del Rosario)
(Violin by Marc Hamlet Mercado)
(Cello by Maria Doris Malaque)
(Choir: Voices of Praise Carmel)
(Online & local distribution & promotions: 22Tango Records)

I can see it now
Crystal clear as day
My people will rise again
Someday soon, somehow,
Somewhere down the way

My people will rise again…
My people, we will rise again
We will learn to spread our wings and fly again
Like an eagle to the distant dawn…
We will rise again.

No more hollow words
No more shallow lies
For tomorrow, we will rise again
No more shattered hopes
No more tattered lives
This time tomorrow, we will rise again…

My people, we will rise again
We will learn to spread our wings and fly again
Like an eagle to the distant dawn
From out the shackles of the past
We’ll be flying free at last
And rising with the morn
We will stand and we will rise again.

And nothing or no one can take my dream from me
I won’t let them, I won’t let them, no, I won’t
For tomorrow, we will rise again…

My people, we will rise again
We will learn to spread our wings and fly again
Like an eagle to the distant dawn…
From out the shackles of the past
We’ll be flying free at last
And rising with the morn
We will stand and we will rise again…
My people, we will rise again.

Kuya Pedro

Written and Sang by Jamie Rivera
Music composed and Arranged by Noel Espenida

Ang pagtulong sa kapwa’y pagmamahal sa Diyos
Ang taong tapat sa Diyos  umiibig ng  taos
Pananampalataya sa ama’y  binubunyi
Ganyan ang Kuya Pedro ko, alagad na  tutuo.
Di ka niya iiwan sa panahon ng pighati
Huwaran ng kabataan , larawan ng katapangan
kaibigang tunay na nag-alay nang buhay
yan nga ang kuya Pedro ko , kaibigang tutuo.
Refrain:
Pinag-pala ka Kuya Pedro, na magturo sa buong mundo
Ng pagmamahal sa Diyos ,ng pagibig niyang lubos
Kuya Pedro kami’y turuan mo
May Pagibig sa kapwa san man mapunta
Tumutulong sa tao di man niya  ito kilala
At kapayapaan ang siyang minimithi
Siya nga ang kuya pedro ko, Kapatid na totoo.
repeat refrain 2x
Coda
Kuya Pedro kami’y turuan mo.
Kuya Pedro kami’y tulungan mo.
“We are all god’s children”
Official Theme Song for the 2015 Apostolic Visit of Pope Francis to the Philippines

Lyrics written and sung by Jamie Rivera with The Hail Mary the Queen Children’s Choir.
Music composed and arranged by Noel Espenida
Directed by Eric Teotico
Produced by Starmusic and Ligaya ng Panginoon
Published by Star Songs, Inc.

Do you see these children on the streets
Have you walked the pavements where they sleep?
Do you feel their hands
When you give them alms?
Did you ever give them bread to eat?

Have you seen their homes washed by the floods?
While a mother tightly holds her child
Do you hear the wind
Of the raging storm?
Can you tell them where it’s coming from?

Let us show our love and mercy
With true kindness and humility
For God loves the weak and the needy
Just like you and me

We are all God’s children
We are all the same
He is calling us by name to help the poor and lame
And learn what life is really for
It’s to know and love and serve the Lord

Stand together and let’s do our part
Hear their voices mend their broken hearts
Choose to be brave fight for their rights
Give them back their honor and their pride

Please do not be blind and just leave them behind
To struggle in darkness or give them empty promises

We are all God’s children
We are all the same
He is calling us by name to help the poor and lame
And learn what life is really for
It’s to know and love and serve the Lord

It’s to know and love and serve the Lord
It’s to know and love and serve the Lord!

“Chinito problems”

Sung by Enchong Dee
Words & Music by Jed Dumawal

Published by Star Songs
Beats & Track Arrangement by RB “Kidwolf” Barbaso
Arrangement Direction by Rox B. Santos
Vocal Supervision/Vocal Arrangement by Rox B. Santos
Back Up Vocals by Rox Santos
Vocals Produced by Rox Santos
Track Produced by Roque “Rox” Santos
Recorded by Dan Tañedo
Mixed by RB “Kidwolf” Barbaso

Concept and Lyric Video Edit by: Eaizen “Ice” Almazan and Archelle de Belen

Director: Jasper Salimbangon
Director of Photography: Teks Pabuayon
Editor: Jasper Salimbangon
Production Manager: Romy Daryani
Lightsman/Gaffer: Raul Pacat

Special Thanks to:
Bigtop Media Production
The Lounge, Tomas Morato
MINT College

Gulat ako nang makilala kita
Natulala sa tinatagong ganda
Bakit ‘di man lang kita napansin (‘di man lang kita napansin)
Siguro malabo lang paningin
Oh bakit nga ba

Dati-rati walang kulay ang mundo (kulay ang mundo)
Tumingkad ang lahat ng dahil sa’yo
Saang sulok ka nga ba nanggaling
Ang puso’y sabik sa’yong pagdating

Chorus:
Kapag ika’y kasama
‘Di ko mapigilang tumawa
Ako’y tuwang-tuwa
Kahit na magmukha pa akong ewan
Ay okay lang
Kay linaw nang paligid
‘Pag ikaw na ang kaharap
Walang gustong makita kundi ikaw

Nagsimula lahat sa “hi” at “hello” (hi at hello)
Nagkabangga na ri’t nagkasalubong
Parang di na makapaghintay
Na muli ikaw ay makasabay
Oh kailan nga ba

Sana naman ay may pag-asa ako (pag-asa ako)
Kapag inamin ‘tong nadarama ko (nadarama ko)
Dahil ‘di ko na palalampasin (‘di ko na palalampasin)
Ang araw na malalaman mo rin

Chorus:
Kapag ika’y kasama
‘Di ko mapigilang tumawa
Ako’y tuwang-tuwa
Kahit na magmukha pa akong ewan
Ay okay lang
Kay linaw nang paligid
‘Pag ikaw na ang kaharap
Walang gustong makita kundi ikaw

Bridge:

Labo-labo, ba’t ‘di ko pa masabe (labo-labo)
Labo-labo, ba’t ‘di ko pa masabe (labo-labo)
Labo-labo, paano sasabihin sa’yo

At kung ikaw ay nakatawa
Ako pa ba ay nakikita
Nalilimutan ko ang itsura ko
Kapag kausap na ikaw
Sana naman ako’y pakinggan
At nang ikaw ay malinawan
Dahil nabihag mo ang aking paningin
At damdamin

Chorus:
Kapag ika’y kasama
‘Di ko mapigilang tumawa
Ako’y tuwang-tuwa
Kahit na magmukha pa akong ewan
Ay okay lang
Kay linaw nang paligid
‘Pag ikaw na ang kaharap
Walang gustong makita kundi ikaw

Labo-labo, ba’t ‘di ko pa masabe (kundi ikaw)
Labo-labo, ba’t ‘di ko pa masabe (kundi ikaw)
Labo-labo, paano sasabihin sa’yo (labo-labo)

“Seloso”
Words and Music by Jasper Lukban, and RB “Kidwolf” Barbaso
Beats & Track Arrangement by RB “Kidwolf” Barbaso
Vocal Supervision by Rox B. Santos
Back-Up Vocals by Kio Priest, Jon Encontro, RB Barbaso, Rox B. Santos
Produced by Roque “Rox” B. Santos
Recorded by Dan Tañedo
Mixed by RB “Kidwolf” Barbaso
Published by Star Songs, Inc.Music Video by San Beda College Alabang
Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies
Beda.Comm
CMS4Director: Jemimah Dadula
Assistan Director: Mejay Quela
DOP: James Araza
Editor: Andrei Antonio
Prod Manager: Cy Malabanan and Victoria Escobal
Prod Coordinator: Carla Francisco, Eliel Etruistre and Faye Santos
Prod Design: Dessa Enverga, JJ Quirino
Cam Ops: Nj Ronsairo, Ezra Ballonado, Renz Atienza, Charles Sabanal, Lexus Cabanting,
Armine Pondoc, JJ Bufi, Patrice Quiday, Eliel Etruistre, Trisha Fernandez, Geli Delos Reyes,
Katrina Barrozo,
Concept by: Aela Canicosa
Advisers: Rod Ferros, Vanessa Ignacio, and Roy Nicolas MolonOh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh
Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh
Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh Oh

Nahihirapan parang paligsahan
Sa pagpapagwapohan
Paramihan ng yabang
Daming pomoporma, Daming nakapila
Kanya-kanyang sikap
Pagandahan ng linya
Kahit alam na nila
Na ika’y aking sinta
Di tumitigil mga nanghaharana
Medyo takot lang ako na
Mawalay sa’yo
At ang tingin mo’y malipat
Sa iba.

Chorus:
Diba’t tayo na?
Ayoko kong mag-selos selos selos oohhhh
‘Kong pinili mo
Ayoko kong mag-selos selos, seloso ba ako?

Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhhh
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhhh (Seloso ba ako?)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhhh (Seloso)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhhh (Seleso ba ako?)

Nahihirapan pag nagkwe kwentohan
Tunkol sa ‘ting nakaraan
Di ko mapigilan
Makipag tapatan kung ako’y
May laban sa kanila
Siguro’y pangkaraniwan ang
Nadarama ko, dahil ika’y aking
Gustong-gusto Ohhh
Ganda mo’y kakaiba, takot
Mawalay sayo
Takot malipat tingin
Mo sa iba.

Diba’t tayo na
Ayoko kong mag selos selos selos Ohh Ohhh
Akong pinili mo
Ayoko kong mag selos selos seloso ba ako?

Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (Seloso ba ako?)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh OHhh (Seloso)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh OHhh (Seloso ba ako?)

Hindi naman sa hindi sigurado
Ang pusko ko’y sayo’y kontinto
Tadhana ay mapaglaro kung kailan
Pa ako tumino Ohhh

Hindi naman sa hindi sigurado
Ang puso ko’y sayo’y kontinto
Tadhana ay mapaglaro kung kailan
Pa ako tumino

SELOSO BA AKO!

Diba’t tayo na?
Ayoko mag selos selos selos Ohh Ohhh
‘Kong pinili mo
Ayoko mag selos selos seloso ba ako?

Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (seloso)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (seloso)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (seloso ba ako?)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (Ako’y seloso)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (Selso ba ako?)

Diba’t tayo na?
Ayokong magselos selos selos Ohh Ohhh
‘Kong pinili mo
Ayokong magselos selos saloso ba ako?

Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh (seloso ba ako?)
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh
Oh Oh Oh Ohh Ohhh

SELOSO BA AKO?

 

Pati na yung nationwide satellite broadcast advisory voiced by Peter Musngi: “Ladies and Gentlemen, in a few seconds, we will be now on our simultaneous nationwide satellite broadcast. Please stand by.” and the Independence Day 2004 Campaign: “Medyo maraming problema. Magkaisa muna. Iwagayway ang bandilang Pilipino sa inyong tahanan at sasakyan.

Clariz Panlilio (Clangot)

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CURACHA: Ang Babaeng Walang Pahinga ay kwento ng isang babae sa katauhan ni Curacha bilang isang torera. Corazon ang tunay niyang pangalan ngunit binansagan siyang “Curacha” ng kanyang mga kasamahan dahil sa galing nito sa pakikipagtalik sa live performance na kanyang pinagkakakitaan. Hindi niya ninais maging isang torera ngunit dito siya dinala ng tadhana sapagkat ang kanyang mga kamag-anak ay sa pagtotorera din nabuhay.
Si Curacha ay sumisimbolo sa ating bansang Pilinpinas. Bakit? Nakita ko, na kung sino-sinong lalaki ang gumagamit ng pagkababae nya. Ang lahat ng parte ng katawan nya ay na-explore na ng kung sino-sinong lalaki. Kagaya ng bansang Pilipinas, lahat na ata ng lugar ay napasok o napuntahan na ng mga dayuhan. hindi lamang ito, kung minsan ay linalapastangan pa ito ng mga dayuhan. Simula pa noong masako tayo noon at magpasahanggang ngayon na malaya na ang bansa, may mga dayuhan na lumalapastangan sa bansa.

Mapapansing…

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