Trip (Rivermaya album)

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Trip
Studio album by Rivermaya
Released February 14, 1996
Recorded Digital FX International Inc.
Genre Alternative rock
Length 56:33
Label BMG Records Pilipinas.
Producer Rico Blanco, Chito Rono & Lizza G. Nakpil
Rivermaya chronology
Rivermaya
(1994)
Trip
(1996)
Atomic Bomb
(1997)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars review

Trip, the second album from the Filipino rock band, Rivermaya. It has 13 tracks and released under Sony BMG Music Philippines, Inc. in 1996. It is the first album that introduced Rico Blanco as the band's full time guitarist after the departure of Perf De Castro a year earlier.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Rico Blanco, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The Princess of Disguise"     3:06
2. "Hilo"     4:30
3. "Monopoly"     4:44
4. "Himala"     4:08
5. "Flowers"     5:37
6. "Sunog"   lyrics R. Blanco, music R. Blanco / N. Azarcon 6:12
7. "Is It Sunny Where You Are?"     3:08
8. "Kundiman"     5:27
9. "Lost"     3:40
10. "Kisapmata"     4:43
11. "Nerd Kills Goliath"     0:41
12. "Out Of Reach"     4:30
13. "Panahon Na Naman"     6:07

Trivia[edit]

The album's title, "Trip," is not found anywhere on the CD packaging which can result in the album being mistaken for the band's self-titled debut album.

Trip's interior art was done by famous X-Men artist, and Image Comics co-founder, Whilce Portacio.

Personnel[edit]


Produced by: Rico Blanco, Chito Roño & Lizza G. Nakpil
Executive Producers: Rudy Y. Tee
A & R: Vic Valenciano
Sound Engineer: Slick
Album Mix: Slick with Rico Blanco and Nathan Azarcon
Package Art: Whilce Portacio
Package Direction: Rico Blanco