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Eraserheads – Anthology

Eraserheads was a Filipino rock band formed in 1989. Consisting of Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro, and Raimund Marasigan, the band became one of the most successful, most influential, critically acclaimed, and significant bands in the history of Philippine music, leaving a legacy that made them the most commercially successful Filipino music artist of all time. Often dubbed as “The Beatles of the Philippines”, they are credited for spearheading a second wave of Manila band invasions, paving the way for a host of Philippine alternative rock bands

Eraserheads – Anthology Two

Eraserheads was a Filipino rock band formed in 1989. Consisting of Ely Buendia, Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro, and Raimund Marasigan, the band became one of the most successful, most influential, critically acclaimed, and significant bands in the history of Philippine music, leaving a legacy that made them the most commercially successful Filipino music artist of all time. Often dubbed as “The Beatles of the Philippines”, they are credited for spearheading a second wave of Manila band invasions, paving the way for a host of Philippine alternative rock bands.

The band released several singles, albums, and EPs that reached number one and achieved commercial success with their third album Cutterpillow, which achieved platinum status several times. They received the Viewer’s Choice Award at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards in New York, the only Filipino artist to have received the award before the conception of the MTV Asia Awards.

Eraserheads – Bananatype (EP)

Bananatype is five-track EP released by the Filipino alternative band Eraserheads in 1997 under BMG Records (Pilipinas), Inc.This EP contains the tracks “Bananatype/I Can’t Remember You”, “Harana”, “Police Woman”, and “Tikman”. 

Eraserheads – Natin99

Natin99 (a wordplay for 1999) is the Eraserheads’ sixth studio album. It was released by BMG Records (Pilipinas), Inc. in 1999 and the first Eraserheads album that came out of a non-linear recording approach, in which most of the musical parts were recorded separately in their respective home studios and pieced together by the band and producer Robin Rivera. Its title is a play on words for the year 1999. In the original release, “United Natins (Immigration Interrogation Doughpdog Mix) was a hidden track in “Game! Tama Na” appearing three seconds after it ends. It later appeared as a separate track and was listed on the 2010 retrospective box set “The Heads Set”.