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Took place at Hard Rock Cafe in Makati City. Kris Gorra-Dancel filled in the vocals and guitars.
The last album of Eraserheads
New York to Chicago and to California tour
Asia release of Aloha Milkyway. Countries included were: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, etc.
US Tour under Happy Box production.
Eraserheads represented the Philippines at the annual "Asia Live Dream '98" for NHK Broadcasting in Tokyo, Japan. They first performed "Tamagotchi Baby" which was then "Come My Sushi Baby".
At Radio City Music Hall in New York. They were taped when they were accepting the award. Buddy Zabala was chosen to deliver the speech because everybody was nervous.
Sentosa Pop Festival
Eraserheads starred with Joey De Leon in a film "Run Barbi Run"
"Cutterpillow" launch at the UP Sunken Garden, UP Diliman, Q.C.
They won the "Listener’s Choice Award", "Band of the Year" & "Album of the Year" (Circus).
Senate assistant majority leader Vicente "Tito" Sotto’s controversial call for a ban on the airplay & sales of "Alapaap", Teeth’s "Laklak" & Yano’s "Iskolar Ng Bayan".
Senator Tito Sotto called for a ban on the airplay and sales of "Alapaap" over an alleged promotion of drug abuse in the lyrics of the song.
The Eraserheads as themselves, co-starred with Joey De Leon & Maricel Laxa. They wrote the theme song for the movie of the same title & a song called "Policewoman".
First major concert of the Eraserheads. Held at Folk Arts Theater, Manila where Noel Garcia sessioned for them.
At the NU Rock Awards
Held at Makati Skyline
First album released by Eraserheads under a major label.
at Sa Linggo nAPO Sila
With Mally Paraguya on bass, their set included cover versions of The Knack’s "My Sharona" and John Lennon’s "Cold Turkey".
Three-year record deal with BMG! Ely Buendia was working with BMG as a copywriter.
Robin Rivera, a Humanities professor at UP Diliman, helped them record and mix a better version of their demo on a four track recorder. The demo was named Pop-U.
Limited copies of about 20 cassette tapes were made & given to a handful of fans & friends.
This first "official demo" and/or "unofficial album", "Pop-U!" was recorded & mixed on a 4-track recorder by Sir Robin Rivera, a Humanities professor & formerly of "Captain Bakal", in the makeshift, Faculty Studio, UP Faculty Center, UP Diliman, Q.C.
The Eraserheads recorded a 9-song demo in Raymund’s garage, Candelaria, Quezon…aka "garage jam" tape, they shopped this demo around to various radio stations, clubs & record labels including OctoArts & NU107…RJ Recording Studios people said the demo was "not pop enough".
They recorded a nine-song demo tape in the garage of Raimund Marasigan.
Opened for The Dawn at the Engineering Lobby, UP Diliman.
They were part of the musical, "Manhid" at UP were they did 30 songs.
This is where they met Jett Pangan and advised them to audition at Red Rocks (the old name of Club Dredd).
Eraserheads was born