Kami nAPO Muna

kaminapo_front_doorjpg.JPGNote: Fan kami, matagal na. This album is on regular rotation in our iPods ever since we downloaded all the songs (err we mean ‘bought the songs’). This album is highly recommended, buy the real CD kids – that is after you’ve ‘sampled’ the mp3s. Heck never mind, this is too good, just buy the CD, you won’t regret it. We’re regulars at Apo Jim’s blog and we thought this little paragraph is worth sharing. Salamat din universe!

Kami nAPO Muna, the tribute album to APO continues to rock! It’s great that since its relrease last August, it is still selling very briskly. It is still no.1 in the record bars, and the songs are still top downloads for ringtones, and yes, also enjoying heavy radio play. The craziest thing is that Danny, Boboy and I are once again receiving mail from grade school and high school students. It was quite a thrill (and a laugh) recently hearing a grade 6 student over the radio request an APO song in the original and new version. To many of these kids, they are discovering us for the first time. I’ve heard of many parents and kids buy the double album and exchange listening tastes. This is so pleasantly unexpected and wonderful. It’s good to be recognized for something we did in the past. Time was when we started, Danny, Boboy and I were looked at as ‘hip’. As we got older, we became ‘respectable’. Now, we are once again hip and respectable. Ha ha. As I always tell my own kids, you never know what life will bring! Salamat Universe! – Jim Paredes

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  1. Jim Paredes says:

    Nice of you to share this. Thanks for visiting my blog.

    Jim paredes

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