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Alamid – Alamid – 1994 Album

The two main members Gary Ignacio and Dexter Facelo met while attending the St. James Academy in Malabon. In 1993, they signed to Warner Bros. Records (Warner Music Philippines) and released three albums.[2]

Their hit single “Your Love” was named Song of the Year at the NU107 Rock Awards in 1995.[3] In 2006, it was covered by Erik Santos generating renewed interest in the band, although Ignacio and Facelo constituted the band at that time. They were managed by Dodong Viray until his demise.[4] They had further success with the songs “Just Wasn’t Brave Enough” and “Still Believe in Love” while the intro to “China Eyes” was used for ABS-CBN sitcom Palibhasa Lalake.[2]

In 1995, the song “Batibot” was used as a theme song for the children’s show of the same name.[2] They collaborated with the rapper Francis Magalona on the song “1896”.[5]

The band continue to play live both in the Philippines and abroad.[6]

On April 17, 2015, former frontman Gary Ignacio died due to multiple organ failure.

Alamid – The Best of Alamid – 2001 Album

The two main members Gary Ignacio and Dexter Facelo met while attending the St. James Academy in Malabon. In 1993, they signed to Warner Bros. Records (Warner Music Philippines) and released three albums.[2]

Their hit single “Your Love” was named Song of the Year at the NU107 Rock Awards in 1995.[3] In 2006, it was covered by Erik Santos generating renewed interest in the band, although Ignacio and Facelo constituted the band at that time. They were managed by Dodong Viray until his demise.[4] They had further success with the songs “Just Wasn’t Brave Enough” and “Still Believe in Love” while the intro to “China Eyes” was used for ABS-CBN sitcom Palibhasa Lalake.[2]

In 1995, the song “Batibot” was used as a theme song for the children’s show of the same name.[2] They collaborated with the rapper Francis Magalona on the song “1896”.[5]

The band continue to play live both in the Philippines and abroad.[6]

On April 17, 2015, former frontman Gary Ignacio died due to multiple organ failure.

Alamid – Panaginip – 1994 Album

The two main members Gary Ignacio and Dexter Facelo met while attending the St. James Academy in Malabon. In 1993, they signed to Warner Bros. Records (Warner Music Philippines) and released three albums.[2]

Their hit single “Your Love” was named Song of the Year at the NU107 Rock Awards in 1995.[3] In 2006, it was covered by Erik Santos generating renewed interest in the band, although Ignacio and Facelo constituted the band at that time. They were managed by Dodong Viray until his demise.[4] They had further success with the songs “Just Wasn’t Brave Enough” and “Still Believe in Love” while the intro to “China Eyes” was used for ABS-CBN sitcom Palibhasa Lalake.[2]

In 1995, the song “Batibot” was used as a theme song for the children’s show of the same name.[2] They collaborated with the rapper Francis Magalona on the song “1896”.[5]

The band continue to play live both in the Philippines and abroad.[6]

On April 17, 2015, former frontman Gary Ignacio died due to multiple organ failure.

Alamid – Radio Friendly – 1994 Album

The two main members Gary Ignacio and Dexter Facelo met while attending the St. James Academy in Malabon. In 1993, they signed to Warner Bros. Records (Warner Music Philippines) and released three albums.[2]

Their hit single “Your Love” was named Song of the Year at the NU107 Rock Awards in 1995.[3] In 2006, it was covered by Erik Santos generating renewed interest in the band, although Ignacio and Facelo constituted the band at that time. They were managed by Dodong Viray until his demise.[4] They had further success with the songs “Just Wasn’t Brave Enough” and “Still Believe in Love” while the intro to “China Eyes” was used for ABS-CBN sitcom Palibhasa Lalake.[2]

In 1995, the song “Batibot” was used as a theme song for the children’s show of the same name.[2] They collaborated with the rapper Francis Magalona on the song “1896”.[5]

The band continue to play live both in the Philippines and abroad.[6]

On April 17, 2015, former frontman Gary Ignacio died due to multiple organ failure.