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Eraserheads discography

Eraserheads discography
Studio albums 7
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 4
Music videos 12
EPs 3
Singles 44
Soundtrack albums 1
Tribute albums 1
Collaborations 5
Demos 1
Commercial Jingles 6


The discography of the Eraserheads, a prominent Pinoy rock band of the 1990s, contains seven studio albums, forty-four singles, a live album, four compilation albums, ten music videos and 3 extended plays.

Eraserheads was formed in UP Diliman in 1989. Their first three albums, Ultraelectromagneticpop!, Circus and Cutterpillow are critically acclaimed with the first album turning into sextuple platinum upon its release. The band is considered to be one of the best-selling musical acts of the Philippines paving a way for an international career that earned them the "moon man" in the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards.

Contents

  • Studio albums 1
  • Live albums 2
  • Compilation albums 3
  • Extended Plays and Demos 4
    • Demos 4.1
    • Extended plays 4.2
  • Tribute Album 5
  • Music videos 6
  • Soundtrack 7
  • Collaborations 8
  • Commercial Jingles 9
  • Others 10
  • See also 11

Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Album details Certifications
Ultraelectromagneticpop!
  • PARI: 7× Platinum

200,000+

Circus
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: BMG, Musiko
    (MRCD 032)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, 8 track, DataPlay, Reel tape
  • PARI: 7× Platinum

214,000+

Cutterpillow
  • Released: 1995
  • Label: BMG, Musiko
    (MRCD 050)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, 8 track, Reel tape
  • PARI: 14× Platinum (Diamond)

400,000+

Fruitcake
  • Released: 1996
  • Label: BMG, Greater East Asia, Arista
    (ASIACD 20)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, 8 track, Reel tape
  • PARI: 3× Platinum

122,000+

Sticker Happy
  • Released: 1997
  • Label: BMG, Greater East Asia, Arista
    (ASIACD 55)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, 8 track, Reel tape
  • PARI: Platinum

55,000+

Natin99
  • Released: 1999
  • Label: BMG, Greater East Asia, Arista
    (ASIACD 100)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, Reel tape
  • PARI: Gold

20,000+

Carbon Stereoxide
  • Released: 2000
  • Label: BMG, Musiko
    (MRCD 180)
  • Format: Cassette, CD, LP, Reel tape

Live albums

Album Date of release Description
Eraserheads: The Reunion Concert 08.30.08 2008

Sony-BMG Entertainment

This live album was filmed during the Eraserheads' one-night reunion at "The Fort Open Field" in Taguig City that was held on August 30, 2008.
Eraserheads: The Final Set 03.07.09 2009

Sony-BMG Entairtainment

This live album was filmed during Eraserheads The Final Set at "SM Mall of Asia Grounds" in Pasay City that was held on March 7, 2009.

Compilation albums

Album Date of release Description
Aloha Milkyway 1998

BMG Music

This album was the Eraserheads' first international release, in response to their success at the 1997 MTV Video Music Awards in New York. Composed mostly of previously released English tracks, it also featured 'Ang Huling El Bimbo', the video of which won the group the Asian Viewer's Choice Award the previous year.
Eraserheads: The Singles 2000

BMG Music

A compilation album that contains the band's singles.
Eraserheads Anthology 2004

BMG Music

A 2-disc compilation of the group's hits between 1993 and 2001.
PARI: 7× Platinum
Eraserheads Anthology 2 2007

Sony-BMG Entertainment

Also a 2-disc compilation containing songs not included in the first edition of Anthology.

Extended Plays and Demos

Demos

Album Date of release Description
Pop U! 1991

(Limited edition. Recorded at UP Diliman)

Arguably, the first privately circulated cassette tape album in Philippine pop music history to become a cult classic. Songs from this demo album were later re-recorded and re-released; such as 'Tindahan Ni Aling Nena' 'Toyang', 'Scorpio Rising', 'Pare Ko', 'Milk And Money' and 'Wishing Wells'. This demo album also contains six commercially unreleased tracks.

Extended plays

Album Date of release Description
Fruitcake 1996

BMG Music

This album contains the band's well-known Christmas song 'Fruitcake' and their own version of 'Christmas Alphabet'. The version of 'Fruitcake' as featured in this release is marginally different from the later album version.
Bananatype 1997

BMG Music

This album contains the song 'Harana' (not to be confused with the Parokya ni Edgar song of the same name), 'Tikman' (which was used in a Burger Machine commercial) and 'Policewoman' (which should have been part of the sound track of Joey De Leon's film, Run Barbi Run, but was not used by the producer, Regal Films). Also included: 'Bananatype' and 'I Can't Remember You'.
Please Transpose EP 2003

BMG Music

The last official recording of the Eraserheads, shortened to Eheads. Features Kris Dancel (of the all-girl group "Fatal Posporos") on vocals, replacing Buendia who abruptly left the group. A few months later, due to legal issues surrounding use of the band name, the group adopted the moniker "Cambio". This album contains the songs 'You Make Me', 'Everything's Falling', 'I-centric', 'Lahat', 'It's Not You (It's Me)', 'Dahan-Dahan' and 'Paru-Parong Ningning'.

Tribute Album

Album Date of release Description
Ultraelectromagneticjam!: The Music of the Eraserheads 2005

Musiko Records
Greater East Asia Music
Sony-BMG Entertainment

Not an official Eraserhead album but rather a tribute for the band with some of Philippine's top-leading artists covering some Eraserheads songs. One of 2005's best-selling album in the Philippines
The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album 2012

Star Records And Star Cinema

Not an official Eraserhead album but rather a tribute for the band with some of Philippine's top-leading artists covering some Eraserheads songs.

Music videos

Year Title Director
1994 "With a Smile" Art Borromeo & Linette Buenaseda
1995 "Ang Huling El Bimbo" Auraeus Solito
1997 "Fruitcake" Mark Gary
"Trip to Jerusalem"
"Kaliwete" Matthew Rosen
1998 "Julie Tearjerky"
"Spoliarium"
"Para sa Masa" Rico Gutierrez
"With a Smile" Ely Buendia and Mark Villena
2001 "Maskara" Ely Buendia and Marie Jamora
2002 "You Make Me" Marie Jamora
2014 "Sabado" Esquire Philippines
2014 "1995" Esquire Philippines

Soundtrack

OST Run Barbi Run (Starring Joey De Leon) (1995)

Collaborations

1896 Ang Pagsilang (1996)

  • "Casa Fantastica"

Francis M's Happy Battle (1996)

  • "Unstrung Heroes Duet W/ Francis Magalona"

Ryan Cayabyab The Silver Album (1997)

  • "Tuwing Umuulan at Kapiling Ka"

Bandang Pinoy Lasang Hotdog (2001, re-issued 2006)

  • "Manila (song)|Manila"

Commercial Jingles

Burger Machine (1996 )

  • "Tikman"

San Miguel Beer (1996)

  • "Homeboys"

Pepsi Megadrive Raffle Promo (1996)

  • "Overdrive"

Jack n' Jill Chippy

  • "Ligaya" (1996)
  • "Bogchi Hokbu" (1997)

Talk N' Text - Anniversarya

  • "Toyang Anniversarya"

Sun Cellular

  • "Tindahan ni Aling Nena" (2005)

McDonald's (2009)

Smart Communications MySandbox (2009)

  • "Alapaap"

Others

  • "Kundi Rin Lang Ikaw" - Sung by True Faith (Composed by Ely Buendia)
  • "Mga Babae" - Sung by Novia (Composed by Ely Buendia)
  • "Halo-Halong Digmaan" (War Mix) - Sung by Various Artists (Composed by Ely Buendia and Raimund Marasigan)
  • "Stone's Throw" - Sung by Sponge Cola (Composed by Ely Buendia)

See also

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