Kami nAPO Muna Ulit

Kami nAPO Muna ULIT
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 2007
Genre Original Pilipino Music, Filipino Rock, Pop
Label Universal Records
Various artists chronology
Kami nAPO Muna
Kami nAPO Muna ULIT

Kami nAPO Muna ULIT is the second and final compilation tribute album recorded to honor the 1970s Filipino musical group, APO Hiking Society. The album was released in 2007, and within two weeks was certified as a gold record.[1]

Title and release history

"Kami nAPO Muna ULIT", in Filipino, literally means "it's our turn again", the phrase also being a play on the Apo name. The APO Hiking Society itself used the word nAPO ("na po", a formal phrase meaning "already") in many of their concerts and on a noontime television show.

A two-disc limited edition set of Kami nAPO Muna ULIT has been released; it contains the original Apo Hiking Society renditions of the tribute tracks on the second disc.

Track listing

  1. "American Junk" - Kamikazee and Parokya Ni Edgar
  2. "Salawikain (Proverb)" - Mcoy Fundales of Orange & Lemons feat. The Spaceflower Show
  3. "Princesa (Princess)" - Itchyworms
  4. "Saan Na Nga Ba'ng Barkada (Where's The Gang)" - Sponge Cola
  5. "Tuyo Na'ng Damdamin (The Feeling Is Gone)" - Silent Sanctuary
  6. "Wala Nang Hahanapin Pa (Can't Ask For Anything More)" - True Faith
  7. "Mahirap Magmahal Ng Syota Ng Iba (It's Difficult To Love Someone Else's Girlfriend)" - Hilera
  8. "Love Is For Singing" - The Bloomfields
  9. "Syotang Pa-class (Classy Girlfriend)" - Radioactive Sago Project feat. Raimund Marasigan
  10. "Kaibigan (Friend)" - Up Dharma Down
  11. "Show Me A Smile" - Imago
  12. "Isang Dangkal (A Hand-breadth)" - Paramita
  13. "Heto Na (Here It Comes)" - Concrete Sam
  14. "Tuloy Ang Ikot Ng Mundo (The World Keeps Turning)" - Dicta License
  15. "Hanggang May Pag-ibig (While Love Remains)" - Chillitees
  16. "Just A Smile Away" - Shamrock
  17. "Suntok Sa Buwan (A Blow At The Moon)" - Scrambled Eggs
  18. "Lumang Tugtugin (An Old Tune)" - APO All Star


  1. Deni Rose M. Afinidad (2007-09-18). "More bands revive APO songs". Manila Standard Today.

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