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The Eraserheads Confirm Reissue of 'Ultraelectromagneticpop!'

The reissue will be out on Friday, 23 November 2018.
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If you're a fan of the Eraserheads—and who here isn't—you may have noticed Ely Buendia and Buddy Zabala hinting at something vaguely Eraserheads-related today. 

Zabala posted a photo of a sneaker, while Buendia posted a series of details from a rather familiar cover:

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Some fans in the comments have already guessed at what's happening: Ultraelectromagneticpop!, the band's first mainstream album, is being reissued to mark its 25th anniversary. This new reissue is remastered by the legendary audio engineer Bernie Grundman, Buendia confirms.

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Their debut studio album came out in 1993, and it's a tribute to the band's solid songwriting that this early release, made up of songs that they first wrote and recorded years before, includes some of the band's most enduring hits: "Toyang," "Shirley," "Tindahan ni Aling Nena," "Ligaya" and "Pare Ko," are among the songs in Ultraelectromagneticpop!

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