More OPM tunes for Sharon, please


CUNETA. Should return to singing.

Julie Katada, OFW: “Sharon Cuneta should record a new album to remind her fans that she is still one of our better singers. An album of well-loved OPM tunes would be most welcome!”

Other notes:

Eleuterio Mayo, teacher: “The restoration of film classics like ‘Himala’ and ‘Oro, Plata, Mata’ is commendable. Let’s do the same for the classics of Celso Ad Castillo, Mike de Leon and Eddie Romero!”

Lisa Catalan, housewife: “Last week’s ‘Maalaala Mo Kaya’ drama, starring Carlo Aquino as an AIDS victim, was so moving that I watched it in its entirety.

“Actors of lesser caliber would have portrayed the gay character more floridly, but Aquino’s portrayal was controlled and deeply felt.”

Alvin Flores, student: “Aren’t guests on a live TV newscast briefed on the issues being discussed? I had mixed reactions when I watched an interview on ‘TV Patrol’ in which the interviewee didn’t have definite answers to  the questions asked. That feature wasn’t helpful to viewers!”


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  • staad

    sige na tita shawy new album ! original songs lang po para matalbog na ang mga alang kwentang gaya-gaya at paulit-ulit na sirang plakang revival songs. 

  • sixtypercent

    no way.. no more revival of old hits. enough is enough

  • rasayc

    gone were the days when people eagerly await for a movie because on its original theme song. now. movies are based on revived songs. 

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