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Missing Filemon & Max Surban: ”WE LOVE OUR TITSER”

Missing Felimon & Max Surban

The King of Visayan song is back with his songs plus a pinch of rock! Yes you heard me, ROCK! Maximo Surban and Missing Filemon has come up to an accord to release a new album entitled “WE LOVE OUR TITSER” . This album contains Max Surban’s songs covered by Missing Filemon , Missing Filemon’s songs covered by Max Surban and some single’s from them.

Insoy Niñal & Max Surban

1) I LOVE MY TEACHER
Missing Filemon
Written and originally performed by Max Surban
2) KUMUSTA KA
Written and performed by Max Surban
3) BAHALA
Written and performed by Missing Felimon
4) PEACE NA LANG TA
Written and performed by Max Surban
5) KAWANGAN
Missing Felimon
Written by Insoy Niñal
6) DIRTY LOOK
Max Surban/Insoy Niñal
Written by Jesus Ddodong Tequillo
Originally performed by Max Surban
Arranged by Russel Alegado
7) KUNG AKO KA PA LANG
Missing Felimon
Written by Insoy Niñal
8) AKONG HARANA
Max Surban
Written by Insoy Niñal
Originally performed by Missing Felimon
9) TURAGSOY
Missing Felimon
Written and originally performed by Max Surban
10) JAY ALAI AKONG KALIPAY
Written and performed by Max Surban
11) AMONG KANTA
Written and performed by Missing Felimon

we love our titser album

“WE LOVE OUR TITSER” album is available in all Alberto’s Pizza branches for 250 pesos only.Show your love to our own music and share your love to your teachers. Grab your albums now!


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About Hoven Andre Encontro

Hoven Andre Encontro
"Cebu is home; nothing beats home"

Civil Engineering Student | 20 | Guadalupe, Cebu City

16 comments

  1. Jazmine

    I’m guilty because i always say I like being identified as a Cebuana but I have not heard of their music at all. I wish them all the best in their music tours and hope that the mainstream public would learn to appreciate them.

  2. Mimi Gonzales

    Good ol’ days with classical Cebuano hits. We still play it to this day around early in the morning when my father gets ready for work. Haha. I’m really a huge fan of Max Surban, but unfortunately I was too jampacked that day I wasn’t able to come. :(

  3. Emjae Fotos

    Wow good to see Mr. Max still kicking and jamming with the new generation. Their music are fun and really connects to the Visayan culture. Wishing all the best for local music! :)

  4. Sarah Rizaga

    waah grew up listening to their songs because my father was a fan! Every ealry morning my papa would always play this song Turagsoy haha! Siaw bya kau paminawn lol!

  5. Adrenaline Romance
    Adrenaline Romance

    It’s good to know these Cebuano singers are still making waves in the local music scene. Talk about longevity. It’s hard to compete with OPMs and foreign songs, but I’m glad and very appreciative of these local talents.

  6. Janine Ella

    Ahh I wish I was able to attend this but I had work! Maybe next time!

  7. Christy Ocariza

    That was a great event! There songs are still magical! Nothing will defeat those native songs! I can even remember my grandfather here. He used to listen to these songs and now it can also be enjoyed by young generations. :)

  8. Flei Der Maus

    This old meets new meets old album concept is also interesting! Both veteran and young artists should work together to preserve and local music!

  9. Iris Pulga

    I grew up listening to their songs, isama pa ang mga kanta ni Yoyoy V. :D Ito ang OPM!

  10. Anne

    I agree with Rea. It’s great that this type of music is still alive and we the new generation should keep it that way.

  11. Rea Alducente

    Interesting! I might have heard their songs before from my father. It’s so nice to know that they still continue to produce songs despite the new generation’s type of music nowadays.

  12. hannafrej

    I used to scowl at my Dad every time he plays Max Surban and Yoyoy songs when I was a kid. Haha. But listening to it now makes me kinda proud that we have artists like them because they truly highlight Visayan music.

    • Hoven Andre Encontro
      Hoven Andre Encontro

      I totally agree with you :) I also used to secretly switch the radio of the car every time their songs plays in the the radio.

  13. CAOLANO

    Interesting album. I grew up listening to Max and Yoyoy. It’s a good thing that the young artists doing some collaborations with the “masters”. ;)

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