Sabrina’s new album follows her first concept album “Acoustic Love Notes” also released this year and the highly successful “I Love Acoustic” series which went multi-platinum across Asia. To date, she has sold more than 175,000 copies of her albums.

Like the previous “I Love Acoustic” series, “I Love Acoustic 5” includes the hits of 2012 interpreted by Sabrina in her signature acoustic style which enthralled listeners and audiences in Asia. What makes this special is her collaboration with 2 Asian artists—Thailand’s Koh Mr. Saxman for “Could It Be” (an popular Indonesian song translated in English) and Asiansation Christian Bautista, also a multi-platinum artist:

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Plus for the first time in any “I Love Acoustic” series, “I Love Acoustic 5” features an original song “Oh Boy”, written by Sabrina herself. Truly, this artist is also blossoming as a songwriter after writing two tracks from her previous album “Acoustic Love Notes”.

The tracklisting is as follows:

  1. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
  2. Call Me Maybe
  3. Payphone
  4. What Makes You Beautiful
  5. Starships
  6. Somebody That I Used To Know
  7. Part Of Me
  8. One Thing
  9. Glad You Came
  10. I Won’t Give Up
  11. We Found Love
  12. Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)
  13. A Thousand Years
  14. Domino
  15. If I Die Young
  16. Could It Be (ft. Koh Mr. Saxman)
  17. Oh Boy
  18. Terrifed (duet with Christian Bautista)

Special thanks to our friends from Universal Music Thailand and Universal Music Indonesia for making the collaboration possible as well as presenting to us a lovely song originally by Indonesian artist Raisa.

To purchase “I Love Acoustic 5” from iTunes, click!

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