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Lea (album)

Lea
Studio album by Lea Salonga
Released 1988 (Philippines)
Recorded 1986–1987
Genre OPM, R&B
Label Musiko
Lea Salonga chronology
Small Voice (1981) Lea
(1988)
Lea Salonga (1993)

Lea is the second album by Lea Salonga, presenting a danceable R&B sound. The album received favourable reviews for its diverse mix of American-style R&B and easy listening ballads, and became her first multi-platinum album.

Track listing

  1. "Anything for You"
  2. "I Still Believe" (duet with Charlie Masso of Menudo)
  3. "I Wanna Little Love"
  4. "If I Give My Heart to You"
  5. "Mula Noon, Hanggang Ngayon"
  6. "Only You"
  7. "Please Naman"
  8. "That Situation" (duet with Menudo)
  9. "Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal" (originally performed by the Boyfriends)[1]
  10. "Kaibigan"
  11. "Minsan, Isang Kahapon"
  12. "Nandito Ako" (originally performed by Ogie Alcasid)
  13. "Tagumpay Nating Lahat"
  14. "Tell Me"


Singles

Song Chart Position
"Nandito Ako" Philippine Top 40 3
"Bakit Labis Kitang Mahal" Philippine Top 40 1
"That Situation" (with Menudo) Philippine Top 40 1

References

  1. ^ Panaligan, Jojo P. (6 July 2009). "Lea Salonga returns compliment to Nicole Scherzinger".  
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