Muling Kagat, the topic of this episode, is a one-of-a-kind tribute album to the 1970s band Hotdog. The album produced by Paolo Garcia includes a new version of the band’s hit song "Manila" along with unreleased song covers. It commemorates his late father’s work and gives this generation a fresh introduction to the Hotdog legacy. This episode discovers parallels between the “Manila” remake and the changing moods of the city Filipinos celebrate up-close and in other shores. Parts of this episode may be in Filipino. All content produced in the podcast is solely for educational purposes. No copyright infringement intended.
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