Star Cinema compiles 31 timeless movie theme songs in one album

By on April 9, 2014


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Get swept over by a wave of nostalgia with the unforgettable blockbuster classics of Star Cinema through its 20th year commemorative album filled with timeless theme songs that touched the hearts of Filipino moviegoers worldwide over the past two decades.

Titled “20,” the latest album from Star Records is a two-disc package composed of 31 romantic hits that celebrates the country’s biggest film outfit’s 20 years of bringing life, love, and hope on the big screen. Its carrier single is Lani Misalucha’s “Starting Over Again,” the theme song from the box-office movie of the same title starring Piolo Pascual and Toni Gonzaga.

Take a music trip down memory lane and sing along to Sharon Cuneta’s “Hanggang Kailan Kita Mamahalin” (Madrasta) and “Kung Ako Na Lang Sana” (Kung Ako Na Lang Sana); Gary Valenciano’s “Kailangan Kita” (Kailangan Kita), “Ikaw Lamang” (Dubai), “How Did You Know” (All My Life), and “Where Do I Begin” (In the Name of Love); and Sarah Geronimo’s “Fallin” (Catch Me… I’m in Love) and “Something New in My Life” (In My Life).

Play the “20” album and reconnect with Star Cinema’s iconic couples, Popoy and Basha through Erik Santos’ “I’ll Never Go” (One More Chance); Jed and Angie through Yeng Constantino’s “Hawak Kamay” (Kasal, Kasali, Kasalo) and “Habambuhay” (Sakal, Sakali, Saklolo); and Mr. and Mrs. Miggy and Laida Montenegro through Sarah’s “A Very Special Love” and “You Changed my Life in a Moment.”

Also included in “20” are Piolo’s “The Gift” (Milan) and “Don’t Give Up On Us” (Don’t Give Up on Us); Angeline Quinto’s “I’ll Just Fall in Love Again” (Born To Love You), “You’re My Home” (Way Back Home), and “Without You” (One More Try); Juris’ “Now That You’re Gone” (No Other Woman) and “I Love You, Goodbye” (I Love You, Goodbye); Sam Milby’s “Chasing Cars” (The Mistress) and “And I Love You So” (And I Love You So); and Erik Santos’ “Miss You Like Crazy” (Miss You Like Crazy) and “You Are My Song” (A Moment in Time).

Completing the tracklist are Richard Yap’s “Don’t Know What To Do, Don’t Know What To Say” (She’s The One); Carol Banawa’s “Bakit ‘Di Totohanin” (Bakit ‘Di Totohanin); Side A’s “Got To Believe In Magic” (Got 2 Believe); Joey Albert’s “Tell Me” (A Love Story); Bugoy Drilon’s “Paano Na Kaya?” (Paano Na Kaya?) and Erik and Angeline’s “If You Asked Me To” (Unofficially Yours).

Star Cinema’s “20: The 20th Year Commemorative Album” is now available in record bars nationwide for only P250. The tracks can also be downloaded via iTunes, www.amazon.com, www.mymusicstore.com.ph and www.starmusic.ph.

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