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In 2001, Philippine female singer Aiza released Pagdating Ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).Aiza was a former child actress who became popular nationwide as a performer on the noontime TV variety show Eat Bulaga! As she got older, however, she no longer appeared on the show and no longer attracted the same amount of attention.Consequent to his dramatic part as the Judas character in the rock opera production, Sandy Tagarro vacated his instrumentalist role in the group and was replaced by Clifford Ho as bass guitarist.Upon the conclusion of the Jesus Christ Superstar production, Edmund Fortuno (aka "Bosyo"), Bing Labrador and Alex Cruz (with guitarist Vic Naldo and bassist Marlon Ilagan) formed a splinter group, Anakbayan which, together with the Manila Symphony Orchestra, performed for another major production run at the Cultural Center, the rock opera, Tommy by The Who.
A musician from the Manila Symphony Orchestra (whom they had befriended in the Jesus Christ Superstar production), Romy Santos (flute/sax/clarinet), replaced Alex Cruz.She may have a future as a singer, however, as she appears confident and poised on this album.In addition, she can actually sing, which is more than can be said for many solo artists in the Philippines.Wally Gonzales is showcased in this early effort as a progressive rock guitarist characteristic of the early '70s rock milieu.In several months, keyboardist Rene Sugueco had also left (briefly replaced by Larry Martinez), and bassist Clifford Ho (briefly replaced by Tony Rodriguez).
Aiza sings with smooth assuredness and acquits herself well.