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Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For ben&ben

Ben&Ben (formerly known as The Benjamins) is an indie folk/folk pop band in the Philippines. They consist of the twin brothers, Paolo and Miguel Guico on acoustic guitars and vocals, Poch Barretto on electric guitar, Jam Villanueva on drums, Agnes Reoma on bass, Patricia Lasaten on keyboards, Toni Muñoz and Andrew de Pano on percussions, and Keifer Cabugao on violin. The band has been known for their popular hits such as "Ride Home", "Leaves", "Maybe the Night", and the critically acclaimed "Kathang Isip".

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1) Pop 2) Folk 3) Dance 4) Band 5) Philippines

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1) Maybe The Night 2) Kathang Isip 3) Leaves 4) Ride Home 5) Ours 6) SUNRISE 7) Susi (From the Film "GOYO - Ang Batang Heneral") 8) Bibingka 9) Pagtingin 10) Branches 11) Mitsa (Salamat) 12) Dati - Cover Version 13) Beautiful Girl - Recorded at Kodama Studios, Philippines 14) Araw-Araw 15) Fall 16) Talaarawan 17) Hummingbird 18) Baka Sakali (feat. Ebe Dancel) 19) Lucena 20) Sampaguita 21) War 22) Godsent 23) Limasawa Street (Steve Lilywhite Mix) 24) Roots 25) Limasawa Street (Steve Lillywhite Mix) 26) Beautiful Girl (Spotify Jams: OPM Love Songs - Recorded at Kodama Studios, Philippine) 27) Balik-Balikan 28) Dahilan 29) Susi 30) Maybe The Night [OFFICIAL] Exes Baggage OST 31) Kathang Isip (Official Lyric Video) 32) Leaves (Official Lyric Video) 33) Dati (Cover Version) 34) Kadena 35) Strange 36) Tinatangi (2016 Demo) 37) Strangeee 38) gemaakt met iPad 39) Susi (From the Film _GOYO - Ang Batang Heneral_) 40) Kathang Isip LIVE 41) ben2liedjeiPad 42) Ours (feat. HARV) 43) Kathang Isip - Ben&Ben - Kathang Isip 44) Baka Sakali (with Ebe Dancel) 45) Limasawa Street 46) Baka Sakali 47) Ben&Ben - Kathang Isip 48) Bibingka - Ben & Ben(Lyric Video) 49) SUNRISE (Official Lyric Video) 50) Mitsa (Salamat) | Official

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