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SPOT.ph's Top 10 Favorite Karl Roy Songs
We pay tribute to the man who changed Pinoy music forever.
Published on: Mar 14, 2012 - 6:00am

2. "Pagbabalik ng Kwago"

When Kapatid released “Pagbabalik ng Kwago" in 2003, it became an instant hit. The dark and heavy rock sound is far from Roy's P.O.T. days, giving you more proof of his versatility and musical genius.

 

1. "Panaginip"

In a 2009 Rogue interview, Roy said his grandfather actually wanted him to be a soldier—and eventually the president of the Philippines. In an article written after Roy's passing, Philippine Daily Inquirer Totel V. de Jesus revealed that Roy was the grandson of the late Senator Jose J. Roy of Moncanda, Tarlac. In any case, Roy chose music instead. He told Rogue, "But I just want to play, play, play."

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8 Comments
  • unattendedhearts@yahoo.com
    ingat kapataid !
    May 16 2012 @ 10:11pm     Reply  
  • www.lakbaylente.com
    Thanks for the recognition. - Thots Urpiana
    Mar 22 2012 @ 07:19pm     Reply  
  • prince of pinoy rock
    fishcake It Dont matter. dapat gumawa pa si senyor karl ng anak.lalaki naman.para my xerox copy nya.at nga labas ng maraming album ung bands nya.
    Mar 16 2012 @ 08:37am     Reply  
  • tognaluk
    year 2005, inisip ko nang mag-compile ng kanta ni karl roy. siyempre, napabayaan, napabukas-bukas. now he is dead. too bad, hindi na ako mag-kakaron ng autographed cd.
    rest in peace karl.


    Piece of This
    Prayer.
    Mar 16 2012 @ 08:25am     Reply  
  • emachine
    Prayer by kapatid.
    Piece of this by POT
    Mar 15 2012 @ 04:35am     Reply  
  • Genuine
    PRAYER- that song gives me the goosebumps every time i play it. One of the best slow grind, ever. Those emo fookers can learn a thing or two from Karl Roy on how to deliver, but then again, they're just a bunch of posers compared to the departed.
    Mar 14 2012 @ 06:37pm     Reply  
  • Karlyn
    Panaginip! Rest in peace kapatid!
    Mar 14 2012 @ 01:57pm     Reply  
  • yasmin
    i'm pretty sure his grandfather wanted him to become a police officer
    Mar 14 2012 @ 11:37am     Reply  
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