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Rock-Rockan sa Fort!

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Last Wednesday, we got a chance to watch the performance of three of the hottest OPM artists ... Sugarfree, Kitchie Nadal and Rivermaya! Of course, the cool part about the event was that it was for free! It was fun!

I loved Ebe (reminded me of Eli Buendia), Rico (I was not a Rico fan before, I even cringe when I hear their song in the radio but watching him perform gosh... I am a Blanco convert!) and of course Kitchie (reminded me of Avril Lavigne's performance) fairness she's prettier in person but it was like listening to her CD , no spiels, not a change in tune, give her a year and I bet she could be a bona-fide rocker performer! I could truly imagine the P.U.P rock concert event when she walked-out of the auditorium because of the rowdy crowd. A true elitista! She truly belongs in the recording studio more than an auditorium.

Well... Listening to Awit ng Kabataan, I am reminded of my youth. But of course, body age doesn't lie. After that night of jumping and screaming, my back ached like hell. A reminder I am no longer part of the 'Kabataans!' but now a proud 'Manunustos ng kabataan' ;)


I really enjoyed Sugarfree's set, kahit na konti lang naabutan natin. Sayang din at nde ko napa-sign yung cds na dala ko.

Si Kitchie naman, nakakaantok at nakakaasar yung boses. Borderline yodeling na yung ginagawa niya. Tapos pati ba naman kanta niya, naooffkey pa siya? Nampucha naman.

I must admit I was surprised with Rivermaya. Galing kasi ng arrangement nung mga kinanta nila.

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