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Studio album by Anne Curtis
Released September 15, 2011 (2011-09-15)
Recorded 2011
Genre Pop
Length 30:97
Label Viva Records
Producer Vic Del Rosario, Jr., Vincent Del Rosario & Veronique R. Corpus (exec.) MG O. Mozo, Guia Gil-Ferrer

AnneBisyosa is the debut studio album by Filipina actress & recording artist Anne Curtis. It was released on September 15, 2011. The album features catchy, positive, bubbly tracks.


The album is composed of six revival tracks & two original songs (one of which is actually the jingle of one of her endorsements). The opening track is the original song "Tinamaan Ako", the song is catchy pop song. The next two tracks are ballads, such as a cover of "Alone" by Heart and a collaboration with Sarah Geronimo for "Total Eclipse of the Heart".
The fourth track is her edgy pop take on Merril Bainbridge’s “Mouth”. The fifth track is her sweet cover of New Order’s “Bizarre Love Triangle”. It is followed by a cover of Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” and a pop cover of Cathy Dennis’ 90s hit “Too Many Walls” remixed and arranged Showtime residence DJ M.O.D. The album also consist a bonus track the "GSM Blue Jingle". [1] [2]


The lead single from the album is the catchy song "Tinamaan Ako".


No Other Concert: World Tour
Tour by Anne Curtis
Associated album Annebisyosa
Start date January 28, 2012 (2012-01-28)
End date  ()

No Other Concert: World Tour[edit]

To further promote the album, Curtis embarked a concert tour. The first concert were took place at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The concert was directed by Rico Gutierrez while Marvin Querido will serve as musical director with lighting design by Shakira Villa Syme.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Tinamaan Ako"   4:28
2. "Alone"   4:13
3. "Total Eclipse of the Heart" (featuring Sarah Geronimo) 6:08
4. "Mouth"   3:32
5. "Bizarre Love Triangle"   2:10
6. "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"   3:38
7. "Too Many Walls"   3:50


  1. ^ "Anne Curtis launches ANNEBISYOSA". 
  2. ^ "Anne Curtis, AnneBisyosa". 
  3. ^ "Annebisyosa No Other Concert".