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Eraserheads - Carbon Stereoxide

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Carbon Stereoxide (stylized as CarbonStereoxide) is the Eraserheads' seventh and final studio album. It featured a theme darker than previous albums. Released in March 2001 by BMG Records (Pilipinas), Inc., it was to be the last album featuring Ely Buendia as the band's lead singer. It contains 18 tracks and was released in both CD and cassette formats came with a free VCD featuring the making of the "Maskara" video, behind-the-scenes footage and interviews.

Initial copies of the album came with a promotional Eraserheads "masks" set.

The album received mixed review from music critics. In their review, Baby Gil of The Philippine Star wrote, "Carbon Stereoxide finds the Eraserheads at the crossroads." They added that the album's guitar and drums, "get too loud in the wrong places at times, but take note, they are real", in comparison to band's style from the preceding album, Natin99.

David Gonzales of AllMusic negatively criticized the follow up to the band's previous album Natin 99 as "another bewildering mess". While he considered the album's first two opening tracks ("Ultrasound" and "Maskara") as "good alternative rock songs", he pointed out that these songs will fail to appeal to a wide range of listeners. Gonzales dismissed most of the album as "pointless and meandering".

Track List

"Ultrasound" "Maskara" ("Mask") "How Far Will U Go" "Bloodtest" "Wala" ("Nothing") "Hula" ("Guess") "Photo Synth" "Palamig" ("Cool off") "Out Of Sight" "Super Vision" "Paint Stripper" "Escalator Alligator" "Playground" "Omnesia" "OK Comprende" "Pula" ("Red") "Outside" "Acid Eyes"


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