Nineteen 90

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Nineteen 90
Regine nineteen 90.jpg
Studio album by Regine Velasquez-Alcasid
Released November 1989
Recorded Vicor Records (Manila)
1989
Genre Pop
Language Filipino, English
Label Vicor Music
Producer Vic Del Rosario (executive)
Orly Ilacad (executive)
Ronnie Henares
Regine Velasquez-Alcasid chronology
Regine
(1987)
Nineteen '90
(1989)
Tagala Talaga
(1991)

Nineteen '90 is the second studio album from Filipina singer-actress Regine Velasquez-Alcasid in November 1989.[1] When it was released, Velasquez was a new contract artist for Vicor Music Corp. and has signed up under Primeline Management Team under Ronnie Henares and Ida Henares.[2][3][4] The album was recorded in Manila and was originally available in LPs and cassette. Later on, it was released in CD format.

Songs[edit]

All the materials for Nineteen '90 are original OPM songs written for Velasquez, produced by Ronnie Henares with the exception of Narito Ako which was originally done by Kundiman artist Maricris Bermont and arranged by Doming Amarillo.[5] This is the first time Velasquez work with singer-actor Ogie Alcasid, twenty two years before they got married.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Arranger(s) Length
1. "You Were Meant For Me"   Mon Espia Cesar Aguas 04:12
2. "Ngayong Wala Ka Na"   Archie Castillo, Onie Zamora Cesar Aguas 03:45
3. "Wired For Love"   Justin Wilde, Robert Greenberg Mon Faustino 03:07
4. "Hindi Na, Ayoko Na"   Mon Faustino Mon Faustino 04:03
5. "Know It"   Tats Faustino Tats Faustino 04:06
6. "Narito Ako"   Nonong Pedero Louie Ocampo 03:19
7. "I Have To Say Goodbye"   Ogie Alcasid Homer Flores 03:50
8. "Promdi"   Jose Mari Chan, Tessie Tomas Homer Flores 04:02

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