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Introvoys – 1 – 1996 ALBUM

INTRoVOYS is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1986 by 3rd-G Cristobal, Paco Arespacochaga and Jonathan Buencamino. The band is now based in Los Angeles, California.

Jobert Buencamino left the band in 1994 for health and personal reasons. The band invited Paku Herrera of Neocolours to take on Jobert’s chores. They released their first greatest hits concert Greatest Hits…Live followed by their carrier single Living My Life in 1995. The band’s fourth album One released in 1996, included hits Tell Me Why, More Than A Friend and Magkaisa Tayong Lahat. This was Arespacochaga’s last album and he left the band in 1996 and was replaced by Toto Villanueva as the new drummer. They released their fifth album Eroplano features the hits “Fool”, “My Child”, “Eroplano”, “The Big Ride” and a cover of Mr. Rey Valera’s hit Kung Kailangan Mo Ako. A year later, Jonathan Buencamino was forced to leave due to an illness that caused him to lose his voice indefinitely.

Introvoys – A Brighter Day – 2005 ALBUM

INTRoVOYS is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1986 by 3rd-G Cristobal, Paco Arespacochaga and Jonathan Buencamino. The band is now based in Los Angeles, California.

After years of hiatus, Arespacochaga, Jonathan & Jj Buencamino decided to get back together and work on a new album with their two new members, Henry Abesamis on bass guitar and Jonathan Manuel on guitars. In 2005, they released the album entitled A Brighter Day, marks a beginning of a new chapter for the band. The landmark album, released 7 years after their last album, Eroplano, marks the exodus of the band from the Philippines to the United States.

In December 2006, the band released their first studio Greatest Hits album entitled, New Beginnings, a collection of re-arranged 18 major hits and introduced two new members, Steve Guadiz on guitar and Chot Ulep on bass.[2]

In April 2009, Tim De Ramos joined the band as the new drummer while Arespacochaga assumed duties as the new lead guitarist, Steve Guadiz left INTRoVOYS followed by Chot Ulep. In September of that same year, G3 Misa, formerly with Shanghaied and Mystery became the new guitarist and Gary Padre became the new bassist.[3]

In October 2011, at the Tanduay Rockfest, Arespachochaga performed signature INTRoVOYS hits including Line To Heaven and Di Na Ako Aasa Pa. Buoyed by the warm welcome he got from the crowd, he stated, “Salamat. Maraming, maraming salamat. By next year, kasama ko na ang buong banda” (“Thank you. Thank you very much. By next year, the rest of the band will be with me.”)[citation needed] In June 2012, Jonathan Dela Paz became the new bassist for the band. In May 2013, Jj Buencamino decided to retire and Art Pangilinan became their new keyboardist.

Introvoys – New Beginnings – 2007 ALBUM

INTRoVOYS is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1986 by 3rd-G Cristobal, Paco Arespacochaga and Jonathan Buencamino. The band is now based in Los Angeles, California.

After years of hiatus, Arespacochaga, Jonathan & Jj Buencamino decided to get back together and work on a new album with their two new members, Henry Abesamis on bass guitar and Jonathan Manuel on guitars. In 2005, they released the album entitled A Brighter Day, marks a beginning of a new chapter for the band. The landmark album, released 7 years after their last album, Eroplano, marks the exodus of the band from the Philippines to the United States.

In December 2006, the band released their first studio Greatest Hits album entitled, New Beginnings, a collection of re-arranged 18 major hits and introduced two new members, Steve Guadiz on guitar and Chot Ulep on bass.[2]

In April 2009, Tim De Ramos joined the band as the new drummer while Arespacochaga assumed duties as the new lead guitarist, Steve Guadiz left INTRoVOYS followed by Chot Ulep. In September of that same year, G3 Misa, formerly with Shanghaied and Mystery became the new guitarist and Gary Padre became the new bassist.[3]

In October 2011, at the Tanduay Rockfest, Arespachochaga performed signature INTRoVOYS hits including Line To Heaven and Di Na Ako Aasa Pa. Buoyed by the warm welcome he got from the crowd, he stated, “Salamat. Maraming, maraming salamat. By next year, kasama ko na ang buong banda” (“Thank you. Thank you very much. By next year, the rest of the band will be with me.”)[citation needed] In June 2012, Jonathan Dela Paz became the new bassist for the band. In May 2013, Jj Buencamino decided to retire and Art Pangilinan became their new keyboardist.

Introvoys – Eroplano – 1997 ALBUM

INTRoVOYS is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1986 by 3rd-G Cristobal, Paco Arespacochaga and Jonathan Buencamino. The band is now based in Los Angeles, California.

Jobert Buencamino left the band in 1994 for health and personal reasons. The band invited Paku Herrera of Neocolours to take on Jobert’s chores. They released their first greatest hits concert Greatest Hits…Live followed by their carrier single Living My Life in 1995. The band’s fourth album One released in 1996, included hits Tell Me Why, More Than A Friend and Magkaisa Tayong Lahat. This was Arespacochaga’s last album and he left the band in 1996 and was replaced by Toto Villanueva as the new drummer. They released their fifth album Eroplano features the hits “Fool”, “My Child”, “Eroplano”, “The Big Ride” and a cover of Mr. Rey Valera’s hit Kung Kailangan Mo Ako. A year later, Jonathan Buencamino was forced to leave due to an illness that caused him to lose his voice indefinitely.

Introvoys – Line To Heaven – 2010 ALBUM

INTRoVOYS is a Filipino pop rock band formed in 1986 by 3rd-G Cristobal, Paco Arespacochaga and Jonathan Buencamino. The band is now based in Los Angeles, California.

After years of hiatus, Arespacochaga, Jonathan & Jj Buencamino decided to get back together and work on a new album with their two new members, Henry Abesamis on bass guitar and Jonathan Manuel on guitars. In 2005, they released the album entitled A Brighter Day, marks a beginning of a new chapter for the band. The landmark album, released 7 years after their last album, Eroplano, marks the exodus of the band from the Philippines to the United States.

In December 2006, the band released their first studio Greatest Hits album entitled, New Beginnings, a collection of re-arranged 18 major hits and introduced two new members, Steve Guadiz on guitar and Chot Ulep on bass.[2]

In April 2009, Tim De Ramos joined the band as the new drummer while Arespacochaga assumed duties as the new lead guitarist, Steve Guadiz left INTRoVOYS followed by Chot Ulep. In September of that same year, G3 Misa, formerly with Shanghaied and Mystery became the new guitarist and Gary Padre became the new bassist.[3]

In October 2011, at the Tanduay Rockfest, Arespachochaga performed signature INTRoVOYS hits including Line To Heaven and Di Na Ako Aasa Pa. Buoyed by the warm welcome he got from the crowd, he stated, “Salamat. Maraming, maraming salamat. By next year, kasama ko na ang buong banda” (“Thank you. Thank you very much. By next year, the rest of the band will be with me.”)[citation needed] In June 2012, Jonathan Dela Paz became the new bassist for the band. In May 2013, Jj Buencamino decided to retire and Art Pangilinan became their new keyboardist.