"Sugarfree" is a three-piece Filipino band composed of Mitch Singson on drums, Jal Taguibao on bass, and Ebe Dancel on vocals, influenced by the likes of bands Popsicle, Oasis and Radiohead. Under EMI Philippines, they have launched three successful albums -- ''Sa Wakas'' (2003), ''Dramachine'' (2004), and the repackaged version of ''Dramachine'' (2006).
Sugarfree first became known in 2003. They climbed their way to fame through their songs ''Telepono'', ''Mariposa'', ''Burnout'', ''Hari Ng Sablay'', ''Prom'', ''Kwarto'' and a lot more of the band’s compositions from their albums ''Sa Wakas'' (2003) And ''Dramachine'' (2004).
Sugarfree has come a long way for their own niche in Pinoy rock music. They have had performances all over the country, with impressive showing in local charts in both radio and music channels; and they have sold more than 20,000 copies of their ''Dramachine'' album after its release in July 2004.
From the album Dramachine’s line of well-crafted hits, two are their album’s newest singles. ''Makita Kang Muli''--the original soundtrack for ABS-CBN’s TV series of a Philippine folk tale Panday-- have scaled the charts in no time. ''Maki...