Thursday, July 9, 2020

print - esquire magazine - with limited edition cd

Article: The Eraserheads, The Esquire Exclusive
Magazine: Esquire
Year: September 2014
Volume: No. 3
Issue: No. 11
Catalog: ISSN 2243-8459
Price: 400php, (back issue - months later repriced at 100php only)

Note: 1. with a cd of their of first new songs in over a decade (sabado and 1995)
           2. released in two (2) spine color, Black (1st issue) and Green (2nd issue)

magazine cover
photo credit: internet

cd case
photo credit:

Monday, May 25, 2020

poster - eraserheads daily grind collection - 2013 t-shirt release

Event: Eraserheads x Daily Grind Collection Launch 
Album: N/A
Artist: Eraserheads
Location: TeamManila SM North Edsa
Date: November 8, 2013

Monday, May 18, 2020

print - eraserheads - tikman ang langit

Item: Tikman Ang Langit - An anthology on the Eraserheads
Year: February 2007
Volume: No. 1
Catalog: 978-971-92342-3-4 
Catalog by: Visual Print Enterprises
Writer: multiple writers
Price: 180 PHP

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

collectibles - eraserheads vinyl figure by secret fresh

Item: Eraserheads Vinyl Figure (Limited edition)
Maker: Cool Rain by Secret Fresh
Date of Launch: September 14, 2013
Price: 11,200 PHP
Note: Price later reduced into half

Photo Credit : Cool Rain / Secret fresh

Photo Credit : Cool Rain / Secret fresh

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

poster - eraserheads the north american tour 2012

Event: Eraserheads The North American Tour 2012
Album: N/A
Artist: Eraserheads
Location: The Regency Ballroom / Hollywood Palladium
Date: October 12, 2012 / October 13, 2012
Time: 8 P.M.

Saturday, March 7, 2020

flyers - eraserheads the north american tour 2012

Event: Eraserheads The North American Tour 2012
Album: N/A
Artist: Eraserheads
Location: Hollywood Palladium
Date: October 13, 2012
Time: 8 P.M.
Size: approx 6"x4"
flyer # 1 - side 1

flyer # 1 - side 2

flyer # 2 - side 1

flyer # 2 - side 2

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

album - sticker happy - cassette

Album: Sticker Happy
Catalog Number: Asia CD 055 / ASIA 55
Release: September 11, 1997
Artist: Eraserheads
Record Label: Greater East Asia / BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc.
Manufactured in: Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by SIDI

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

sampler - BMG radio friendly CD sampler '95 volume 9 - with a smile

Song: With A Smile
Compilation Album: BMG Radio Friendly CD Sampler '95 Volume 9 (P) (C) 1995
Catalog Number: N/A
Record Label: BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc.

From The Album: Circus - MRMC/CD 050
Year: 1994
Artist: Eraserheads
Composer: Ely Buendia
Note: Promotional Compilation - for promotion only (not for sale)

Sunday, November 11, 2018

sampler - BMG radio friendly opm sampler '95 - sembreak

Song: Sembreak
Compilation Album: BMG Radio Friendly OPM Sampler '95 Volume 1 (P) (C) 1995
Catalog Number: N/A
Record Label: Musiko Records / BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc.

From The Album: Circus - MRMC/CD 050
Year: 1994
Artist: Eraserheads
Composer: R. Marasigan
Note: Promotional Compilation - for promotion only (not for sale)

Friday, February 17, 2017

shirt - eraserheads reunion concert cd release (odyssey)

Item: reunion concert cd release t-shirt by odyssey records bars
Album: reunion concert cd
Artist: Eraserheads
Note: Promotional T-Shirt sold at Odyssey Record Bars
Year: 2008

shirt - eraserheads maskara

Item: promotional shirt by hangten - "maskara"
Album: carbon stereoxide
Artist: Eraserheads

poster - reunion concert cd release

Poster: Eraserheads The Reunion Concert 08.30.2008
Artist: Eraserheads
Details: Reunion Concert CD Release Poster - as posted in Record Bars

promotional copy - para sa masa - asia cds 70

Song: Para Sa Masa
Catalog Number: Asia Cds 70 
Album: Sticker Happy
Year: 1997
Artist: Eraserheads
Composer: Ely Buendia
Record Label: Greater East Asia / BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc.
Note: Promotional Copy only
Eraserheads 3rd single under sticker happy album (1997)

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

article - myx magazine issue no. 35, 2014 - eraserheads live in singapore (updated 16-Jan-2020)

Article: Eraserheads Live in Singapore
Magazine: Myx
Year: 2014
Issue: No. 35
Writer: Anne Dizon

Updated: 22-June-2020


Former MYX writer-producer Anne Dizon shares her Eraserheads reunion concert experience in Singapore
Text and Photos by Anne Dizon

Confession # 1: I didn’t have money to buy tickets so I tried asking former bosses at MYX for a way to get in. I didn’t think it would work but they were able to secure passes to the show for me. In exchange, I had to cover the concert for them. This would be one of my few “nagbunga na sa wakas ang pagpunta ko sa Singapore” moments.

Confession # 2: I’ve been wearing my Eraserheads reunion concert shirt for years although I’ve never actually been to one. I got it on sale a year after their reunion in Manila and it has served as a kababayan magnet here in Singapore – sometimes scoring bigger food portions and free drinks from Pinoy service crew members.

So with my shirt and finally making our way to an actual E-heads concert, I wasn’t a poser anymore! I arrived 2 hours early at the Max Pavillion, and twice-looped line of people suggested that I wasn’t the only one waiting to finally hear my favorite songs live. Overheard in this long queue: “11 years na yung naghiwalay-hiwalay sila, diba?”, “Yung last reunion concert nung 2009 pa?”, “Di ba sinunog nila yung piano sa Sticker Happy?”, “Ganito ba talaga kadami ang mga Pilipino sa Singapore?”

While waiting for the concert to start, I was a bit disappointed that the stage looked too big for the band and too distant from the crowd. Plus, the strict bouncers wouldn’t allow taking photos and videos (although no one really complied) But all that was forgotten once the Eraserheads started playing. The seemingly endless 10-minute countdown turned into the most exciting 10 seconds, the band filled the stage with energy and presence, and the fans were in the moment as we shared this extraordinary event.

Since I was also there as a special correspondent for MYX, I was running from one end of the hall to the other to take videos of the crowd as they sang along. It brought back memories of personal encounters with the individual band members; watching Buddy perform with The Dawn in college, squeezing Raimund for a photo the first time I saw him at a MYX shoot, and Marcus talking to me backstage during MYX Mo! “Markus Highway. Next na ba kami?” Then, there’s Ely. Well, I’ve never actually met Ely.

Seriously though, it was amazing to watch Raimund beating the drums in playful intensity, Buddy swaying along as he worked the bass, Marcus with his silvery guitar riffs, and Ely being Ely. They were all here in front of me. Reunited and playing my favorites song.

The song that I grew up with, the song of reckless youth; the song you sing when you drink, the song you sing when you’re drunk; the song that you slow danced to; the song for the former love; the song for the forever love; the song that made you curse aloud; the song you sang in the car; the song that kept you up all night; the song of first love, of first heartbreak; the song that reminded you of distance; the song that reminded you of friends here and away; the song that took you back to moments lived and longed for.

I’ve listened to Eraserheads songs many times before but never like this. I raised my arms, I jumped around, and for a moment, I felt at home in a sea of strangers.