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Hi. I am a guy who's the number one fan of Michael Aguilar. Why aren't you a fan yet? Go advertise his album, like I am!

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Contents

About

The Instrumental Debut is Michael Aguilar's debut album, released on February 24th, 2010.

Tracks

Track Title Duration
1 The Journey 1:18
2 Evolving Evolution 2:09
3 Metal-Hop 1:53
4 Providing And Going 1:48

Awards & Certifications

Now we know who the sensbile one is here. Great post!

Year Award Category
Year 1 Award 1 Category 1

Chart Toppers

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Year Song Chart
Year 1 Song 1 #1

Credits

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Michael Aguilar, Producer

Trivia

The album cover, a photo of clouds, was taken in Los Angles in 2010 during a trip to LegoLand.

The song The Journey was made in September 2010 using GarageBand '08 as an assignment from Digital Film Making.

The song Providing and Going was originally made as a tribute to Indio Middle School, a school Michael Aguilar attended for all 2 years. It was originally 31 seconds.

Originally, The Journey and two remixes of The Journey were only going to be on the album. However, both unused remixes will be featured in a future album.

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Song Meanings

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Reviews

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