Forgot your password? Remember me? There was a time when we were all singing "please, please come back to me" in vehement denial that the Eraserheads were no more. End of an era for friends, fans, and fellow musicians. But in , there was a reunion, which involved, among other things, Ely Buendia being rushed to the hospital not fun and burning the piano from the Sticker Happy album cover fun. All of the negative vibes about their break-up dissipated discreetly as the band toured outside the country-Dubai, Singapore, and London, where they recreated an iconic Beatles photograph on Abbey Road. However, the Eraserheads is more than just a mimicry of a great band.
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Ray has been an online music writer for over two years. Having sung in multiple competitions as a youth, he has a passion for the art. Eraserheads is one of the most famous and successful Filipino rock bands in the country. They became popular with their pop-rock and alternative rock style of music capturing million hearts of Filipinos. Also, Eraserheads became one of the most critically acclaimed rock bands in the Philippines because of their song meanings. Below is the list of the best Eraserheads songs of all time. The lyrical content is a short story about a young boy's admiration for an older woman, who then meets a tragic end.
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This marked a shift in the way Filipinos listen to music. We listened not to cover versions of songs from the West, we all now sang our own hymns. I only discovered them when I was an adolescent, years after they broke up in Their songs would permeate the air around school during lunch break. The question of why the Eraserheads remain omnipresent in the Filipino psyche stuck with me even as I returned to Dubai.
I think everyone from the casual fan to the most hardened critic can agree on this. As such, it feels a bit scattershot and disjointed, lacking the coherence of their previous records. About half the album consists of seemingly disposable, self-indulgent filler, but one has to realize that the album plays like a multi-act narrative before attempting to appreciate it. Aside from the hits, 'Shirley' and 'Shake Yer Head' are absolute classics. Simple: it sounds bad. The guitars are thin — emaciated, even — and not in a good, Gang of Four-kind of way. But the songs were — and still are — charming enough to take everyone by surprise and make us listen. Marasigan begins to flourish as a songwriter as well, contributing the catchy 'Wishing Wells' and 'Alkohol'. With Circus, the Eraserheads both surpassed expectations and set the bar higher for themselves, and proved that they had more up their creative sleeves.