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It transcends religion, with Buddhist, Hindu Animist, and Christian ethnic groups in Borneo, Flores and Sulawesi playing kulintangan; and Muslim groups playing the same genre of music in Mindanao, Palawan and the Sulu archipelago.

It is distantly related to the gamelan ensembles of Java and Bali, as well as the musical forms in Mainland Southeast Asia, mainly because of the usage for the same bossed racked gong chimes that play both melodic and percussive.

Nevertheless, the kulintang ensemble is the most advanced form of music from before the late 16th century and the legacy of the Europeans in the Philippine archipelago.

In the 1990s, famous artists included Eraserheads, The Company (vocal group), April Boy Regino, Smokey Mountain, Rivermaya, Jaya, Agot Isidro, Dessa (Filipino singer), Isabel Granada, Vina Morales, Donna Cruz, Jolina Magdangal, Jessa Zaragoza, Ariel Rivera, South Border, Carol Banawa, Yano, Introvoys, After Image, Side A, Andrew E., Lani Misalucha, Ella May Saison, Joey Ayala, Viktoria (singer), April Boys, Color It Red, Roselle Nava and Blakdyak, among many others.But there are unusual cases include the Bisrock (Visayan rock music) song "Charing" by 1017, Davao-based band, and "Porque" by Maldita, a Zamboanga-based Chavacano band.A lot of compositions of Bisrock are contributed by bands such as Phylum and Missing Filemon.In the 1970s, popular artists were Nora Aunor, Tirso Cruz III, Eddie Peregrina, Ramon Jacinto, Victor Wood, and Asin.The more major commercial Philippine pop music artists were Claire dela Fuente, Didith Reyes, Rico Puno, Ryan Cayabyab, Basil Valdez, Celeste Legaspi, Hajji Alejandro, Rey Valera, Freddie Aguilar, Imelda Papin, Eva Eugenio, Marco Sison, Nonoy Zuniga, Leah Navarro, Cinderella (Filipino band), Tillie Moreno, Ric Segreto, Janet Basco, Boyfriends (Filipino band), Hotdog, VST & Co., and many others.

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