True to My Music

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True to My Music
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Studio album by
Released 1983
Genre Original Pilipino Music, Filipino Rock, Pop
Label Universal Records, Philippines
APO Hiking Society chronology
The Best of Apo Hiking Society Volume 1
(1982)
''True to My Music''
(1983)
Feet On The Ground
(1984)

True to My Music is the sixth studio album of the Filipino trio Apo Hiking Society. It is a 10-track album released in 1983 under Universal Records.

Track listing

  1. "True To My Music" - 03:21
  2. "When I Met You" - 4:19
  3. "Kung May Problema" - 03:30
  4. "Hiwaga" - 03:16
  5. "Oh Mahal Ko" - 03:23
  6. "Yakap Sa Dilim" - 03:01
  7. "Words" - 03:46
  8. "Still Hung Up On You" - 03:54
  9. "Kumot At Unan" - 03:46
  10. "Dream Of Me" - 3:03


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