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Eraserheads - Sticker Happy

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Eraserheads
Album
Sticker Happy
Publish Date
1997

Sticker Happy is the Eraserheads' fifth album, released by BMG Records (Pilipinas), Inc. in 1997. At the time, the album cover courted a healthy amount of controversy as to the identity of the nude woman playing an upright piano in the middle of a field (later revealed to be then-Channel [V] VJ Joey Mead).

Musically, the album is heavier as the band brought to the fore various guitar effects purchased during their New York visit. Although still retaining the signature "E-Heads" sound, 'Sticker Happy' is very much influenced by mid-1990s techno and also featured a heavy amount of sampling, most notable on the tracks "Maalalahanin", "Downtown" and "Everything They Say".

Track List

1. "Prologue" 2. "Futuristic" 3. "Kaliwete" 4. "Milk and Money" 5. "Bogchi Hokbu" 6. "Maalalahanin" 7. "Balikbayan Box" 8. "Andalusian Dog" 9. "Ha Ha Ha" 10. "Downtown" 11. "Kananete" 12. "Hard to Believe" 13. "Everything They Say" 14. "Spoliarium" 15. "Ambi Dextrose" 16. "Para Sa Masa" 17. "Sticker Happy" 18. "Tapsilogue"

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