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Ariel Rivera discography

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Ariel Rivera discography

Discography of Ariel Rivera


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Ariel Rivera
  • Released:1991 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: 3x Platinum
  • Sales: 120,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1991: "Mahal Na Mahal Kita"
    • 1991: "Ayoko Na Sana"
Simple Lang
  • Released:1992 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: 3x Platinum
  • Sales: 120,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1992: "Simple Lang"
    • 1992: "Without Your Love"
    • 1993: "Wala Kang Katulad"
  • Released:1995 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: Gold
  • Sales: 20,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1995: "Narito Ako"
    • 1995: "Photograph"
Paskong Walang Katulad
  • Released:1996 (Philippines) and US internet
  • Philippine Certification: Gold
  • Sales: 20,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1996: "I Dream of Christmas"
Getting to Know
  • Released:1997 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: Platinum
  • Sales: 40,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1997: "Lessons Learned"
    • 1997: "Getting to Know Each Other"
Aawitin Ko Na Lang
  • Released:1999 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: Gold
  • Sales: 20,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 1998: "I Don't Love You Anymore" (Duet With Lea Salonga)
    • 1999: "A Smile In Your Heart"
In My Life
  • Released:2001 (Philippines)
  • Philippine Certification: 2x Platinum
  • Sales: 80,000 copies
  • Singles:
    • 2001: "Tell Me"
    • 2001: "You"


  • Sana Kahit Minsan
  • Mahal Na Mahal Kita
  • Ayoko Na Sana
  • Simple Lang
  • Without Your Love
  • Wala Kang Katulad
  • Minsan Lang Kitang Iibigin
  • Narito Ako
  • Photograph
  • Sa Aking Puso
  • Getting to Know Each Other
  • Sana Ngayong Pasko
  • A Smile In Your Heart
  • One More Gift


  • Ariel Rivera discography at AllMusic. Retrieved 13:24, 31 March 2015 (UTC).
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