Live and Acoustic (Rivermaya album)

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Live and Acoustic
Live album by Rivermaya
Released 2002
Recorded Music Museum
Genre Alternative rock/Pop
Length 1:08:16
Label Viva Records
Producer Liza G. Nakpil
Rivermaya chronology
Tuloy ang Ligaya
(2001)
Live and Acoustic
(2002)
Between the Stars and Waves
(2003)

Live and Acoustic is the ninth album of the Filipino rock band, Rivermaya featuring Slapshock. This is a 2-disc album and has 22 tracks (13 audio tracks from Disc 1 and 9 music videos from Disc 2). The album has been released under Viva Records in 2002. This is the band's first live album filmed and recorded on May 18, 2002 from the "Double Trouble: Akoustik Rampage" concert at the Music Museum, Greenhills, San Juan.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks' words and music by Rico Blanco, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Note(s) Length
1. "Umaaraw, Umuulan"       6:09
2. "Imposible"   Rico Blanco / Rivermaya Features excerpt from "Joga", Words & Music: Bjork, Sjon 6:57
3. "Alab Ng Puso"     Intro features excerpt from "Just Like Heaven", Words & Music: Smith, Gallup, Tolhurst, Williams
Outro features excerpt from "We Are The Champions", Words & Music: Freddie Mercury
5:22
4. "Faithless"       5:17
5. "Slap Vs. Freak*"     performed by: Slapshock 4:00
6. "Agent Orange*"     performed by: Slapshock 4:32
7. "Madapaka*"     performed by: Slapshock 3:31
8. "Evil Clown*"     performed by: Slapshock 6:42
9. "Shiver"   G. Berryman, J.Buckland   5:31
10. "'Wag Na Init Ulo Baby"       4:26

Personnel[edit]

Rico Blanco (vocals & keyboard)
Mike Elgar (guitar & vocals)
Mark Escueta (drums & percussion)
Japs Sergio (bass & guitar)
Kakoi Legaspi (guitar)

Album credits[edit]

Executive Producer: Vic del Rosario, Jr. and Vincent G. del Rosario
Produced by: Rico Blanco
A&R: Rommel Sanchez
Photography: Patrick Dy, Miggy Matute, and Ross Capili
Art Direction: Mark Escueta
Album Cover Design & Layout: Mark Escueta

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