By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Despite its shortness, the song is very succinct and straight to the point, its two verses speaking directly about the dichotomy between belief and inaction, with the believer faithfully obeying, yet fails to act upon it. The Movie Lily Monteverde, a commercial film producer wanted to use the song as title of a slapstick comedy starring Anjo Yllana and Benjie Paras that her representative approached our band managers at First Strike Order. It was a Bisaya Visayan word meaning ‘simple’ , Gancio then decided that the name appropriately symbolizes the songs that have already been written, as well as the style of songwriting. Fair cover Radiohead’s “Creep” as “Siopao Special.

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Pan was later disbanded because Abay went back to school in University of the Philippines Diliman. The band got their name when Abay looked through an entry in ” Talahulugang Pilipino “, an old Tagalog dictionary. Banal Na Aso, Santong Kabayo. Filharmonika conducted by Maestro Gerard Salonga has an kkabayo version from their album, “Kumpas.

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Broadcaster Arnold Clavio uses the song in his radio program against awo and erring politicians and public officials. Remaked, Covered, Revived Parokya ni Edgar’s parody “Chikinini” which they first performed when they are still high school students in Ateneo, singing parody songs and havent written or released an album yet.


Yano’s music is a fusion of western elements into Filipino ethnic music. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

While riding a jeepney, the cursing religious lady alighted at the St. Battle of the MCs! Parokya ni Edgar’s parody “Chikinini” which they first performed when they are still high school students in Ateneo, singing parody songs and havent written or released an album yet. Faith should not depend on them. Backmasked The song was backmasked by a banal na aso santong kabayo cult and a television crew of Noli de Castro’s “Magandang Gabi Bayan” stormed the office of Thirdline, our management and let us listen to the backmasked song.

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Banal na Aso, Santong Kabayoo (English translation)

This observation is concretized in the two verses, the first being about the old lady praying the rosary inside the jeepney, yet spews profanity the moment she is inconvenienced by the bbanal.

In the middle of the recording of their 3rd album ‘Tara’, Abay struggled with clinical depression and stayed in his bedroom for about three years. My friend Father Robert Reyes told me that protesters outside a church in Malabon used the song against the parish priest not him who wants to build an unsanitary and unhealthy crematorium beside the church as business.

Onie Badiang later joined them to play bass. Tattooed by Jhay Colis in CDs were available after a few banal na aso santong kabayo months with additional 2 songs: Filipino rock music groups Musical groups from Manila Musical groups established in Got myself a tattoo of a holy dog based on wantong illustration of Bones Calleja from an sleeve of my first album.


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However, when he does get bored, he works out his mind by dissecting the hidden and subtle meanings of songs. The band is still based in Davao City. He said he would be releasing an album, which, according to Gancio, will be the “fourth Yano album” instead of his second santoong. True Story A real life experience that happened in when I was still a college student in U.

Once I heard them live at the U. Abnoalso known as Abnormal Kabxyotackles the environment while Kaklase “classmate” focuses on students facing maltreatment kabsyo their teachers. See more of Dong Abay on Facebook. One Music’s Best of Dec 31, Latest News From the screen to the airwaves: Loisa to hold a birthday concert Feb 22, Yano has always been known for injecting commentaries about social issues into their songs. I never heard myself singing backwards with the banal na aso santong kabayo “oh yess, our Satan Retrieved 28 January