Sunday, March 20, 2011

Eraserheads - Baket naging burat?


Baket naging burat ang Eraserheads after ng Stickerhappy? Baket nagbago ng todo ang Eraserheads at na-alienate lang ang mga totoong fans nila? Nasaan na ang "Pare ko", "Kamasupra", "Huwag mo nang itanong"? Baket pinipilit ng Eraserheads ang mga kantang puro experimental, english songs na nonsensical, at tamod na techno? 

Eheads - Buddy, Ely, Raymond and Marcus
Ang dapat sisihin natin dito ay si Raymond Marasigan. Siya talaga ang main culprit nito. Yung mga techno at rap influence ni Raymond Marasigan pinipilit nyang isaksak sa ating mga lalamunan! Kaya di ako nagtataka at hindi ko masisisi ang mga fans na nasuya dito. Aba, sino ba hindi naburat sa "Downtown" at "Everything They Say"? Ang pangit pangit ng kanta na yun ni Raymond marasigan! Putangina noong tape pa lang ang kaya kong bilhin ko lagi kong finafastforward pa yun na ang susunod! Hanggang sa kainin ang tape ng aking player na hindi ko rin masisisi dahil sukang-suka na rin sa kabaduyan! Pati sa international album nila merong burat na techno-triphop song doon na contribution na naman ni Raymond Marasigan! Burat na burat talaga ako!

Alam nyo ba na sa isang banda ang songwriter ang tinuturing na untouchable? Ang songwriter ay syang gumagawa ng melody at lyrics at syang ang may pinakamataas na sweldo sa isang banda. Bakit kaya biglang umepal si Raymond Marasigan sa 2nd album ng Eraserheads na Circus? Yup. PERA! 

Stickerhappy album cover. 
Sa first album ng Eraserheads makikita natin na kay Ely Buendia ang lahat ng kanta. Sya ang nakalista na songwriter dito kaya malaking porsyento ng kinita sa mga albums na ito ay kanya. Kung magkano ang kinita ito ay depende sa number of albums sold at yung pinagkasundaang split with the publisher. So tiba-tiba si Ely Buendia dito. Sa Circus may tatlong contribution si Marasigan na sya ang may songwriting credits - Alkohol, Sembreak at Wishing Wells. Habang si Marcus naman merong Bato, at ilang fillers kagaya ng Punk Zappa. Meron din co-songwriting credits with Raymond Marasigan sa Insomia. Malaki ang kanilang nakuhang shares sa royalties kaya naman sa susunod na mga albums makikita mong si Raymond Marasigan ay nagsimula nang i-assert ang sarili nya sa groupo. 


May kasalanan din si Ely Buendia dahil nakipag pataasan sya ng ihi kay Ramond Marasigan. Nagpumilit din si Ely Buendia ng mga english songs nya. Mahina talaga sila pagdating sa pagsulat ng english lyrics. Talagang nabuburat ako sa mga banda noong 90s na nagpupumilit magpaka amerikano. Hindi naman sila Wolfgang or Razorback na may complete mastery ng english. Ahihihi. 

At baket ni Ely Buendia in-abandon ang mga influence nya? Baket para yatang nakikisunod sya sa uso? Napansin ko kasi na yung songwriting style nya ay naiinfluence ng usong music genre. Kagaya ng banda nya ngayon na Pupil, yung singing style nya pina-pattern nya sa style ng Interpol. Icon sya ng Philippine music at pop culture tapos maiinfluence ka ng mga batang artist? Interpol gagayahin? 

Pangalan ng album Inkjet? Pfft. Tae talaga ni Squid9
At itong mga experimental na ito... baket hinayaang mangyari yan? Pagkatapos ng Stickerhappy album naging burat na mga kanta nila. Siguro may isa or dalawang kanta that resembles the Eraserheads of old pero the rest are experimental garbage na. Dapat ang mga experimental na yan ginagawa yan na side project. Hindi ipipilit sa main band mismo. Ang Beatles naging experimental din sila - George Harrison dinala mga Indian influence sa isang album nila, pero hindi naman radical yung pagbabago. At shempre mga musical genius talaga sila kahit magpukpok lang sila ng lata magiging timeless pa rin mga kanta nila. Pero sa Eheads? Dapat talaga nag side project na lang sila kagaya ng ginawa ni Marasigan at Marcus Adoro who formed the short-lived Planet Garapata. At binuo naman ni Raymond Marasigan yung amoy taeng Squid9 na sya lang pala ang magisang member at Sandwich kung saan nababagay yung mga nonsensical songs nya.

So yup... naging burat ang Eraserheads after the Stickerhappy album. Stickerhappy I would rank as their greatest work if not for the basura na inimbak dito ni Raymond Marasigan. Pero pakinggan nyo mabuti yung lyrics ng Ha Ha Ha, Kananete at Spoliarium - magaganda talaga ang mga kantang yan pero the rest are amoy tae na. Yung basura ni Raymond Marasigan na Everything they say at Downtown (techno songs - everytime I hear techno I pray for death) mahahanap dito.

Kaya Ely, tanong mo sa Para sa Masa - Mapapatawad nyo ba ako / Kung hindi ko sinunod ang gusto nyo? 

Hindi ka namin mapapatawad. 

57 comments:

  1. The first 3 albums, Ultra,Circus, Cutterpillow, it was all done and executed very well based upon their Life experiences and feelings about love, friendship and everything else. It was honest and true feelings.

    But the following newer albums were done for the sake of profits. Gawa gawa na lang ng Album para may raket.. otherwise they are just unemployed citizens of Pinas.

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  2. Tama. Dapat din nag break sila ng ilang taon para naman marejuvenate yung creative juices nila. Langhiya ang nangyari noon every year may album sila, kaya ayun imbis na mapressure gumawa ng magandang kanta, tumae na lang dahil mas madali pa.

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  3. yup paborito ko sa eheads ultraelectro,circus cutterpillow at stickerhappy...yun lang...pero di ako nasasayangan sa kanilang pagdisband...dapat lang talaga yun...

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  4. ayos tong mga topics mo sa blog ah

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  6. Wait don't forget Bananatype!
    Pero I agree with you. The E-heads' are best loved for the Ely-written songs. Di ko trip yung style ni Raymond Marasigan.

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  7. Para sakin mga kanta ni Ely kahit sa Carbon Stereoxide maganda pa din. Medyo off nga ibang kanta ni Raimund pero nakakachamba rin paminsan minsan. yung dalawa ni Buddy sa Natin99 okay din!

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  8. di ka pa nagtaka kung baket dumami kanta ni raims kasi po and dino-dyos nyong si ely eh naubusan na ng sinasabi mong magagandang kanta.. kaya nga banda, lahat nagcocontribute, kung required kayo gumawa ng album consisting of 12 song at ang magaling mong ely eh ala nag kanta sa tingin mo sino pupuno nun? kaya pala si ely nalaos, si raims gang ngaun anjan pa rin..

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  9. Pare, pasensiya na, pero I respectfully disagree. Masasabi kong die-hard E-heads fan din ako, and mas pinapakinggan ko pa din ngayon ang mga latest albums. Malaki respeto ko sa first 3, pero from Fruitcake to Carbon Stereoxide ang pinapakinggan ko. Alam ko, sasabihin mo, hindi sila Beatles. Pero, malay mo, yun din ang gusto nilang gawin. Mag-experiment. Siakol, isa sa mga paborito kong banda, ganun pa din ang kanta mula simula, pero hanggang dun na lang. Parokya ni Edgar, ganun din. Tama ang ginawa ng Eheads, nag-experiment. Ke magustuhan mo as a fan, or hindi, ang importante, as an artist, napuntahan nila ang bagay na yun. Kung palpak, at least nasubukan. Bakit ka pa magsstay sa paulit ulit na style, eh ang daming pwedeng puntahan pa. Hindi sila nagplay safe. Oo, nalagas ang fan base bago sila maghiwalay, pero, sa mga katulad ko, mas nagstay ako, dahil laging may iba silang binibigay sa akin. Yun lang po. :)

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  10. TITE! kung di ka taga UP di mo talaga maiintindihan yan! wag ka magmagaling! para may alam ka sa pagsulat ng kanta ah!

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  11. isa itong gunggong na madami nalalaman. e kung alam mo lahat kung ano dapat gawin. e di sana ikaw ang sumikat.

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  12. it was ok to experiment, nough said.

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  13. LET'S JUST FUCK

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  14. MALIIT KASI ANG UTEN NI ELY!!!!

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  15. PUTANG INA MO!!!!

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  16. FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  17. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  18. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  19. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  20. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  21. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  22. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  23. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  24. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  25. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  26. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  27. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  28. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  29. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  30. TOKYO – Engineers failed to seal a crack where highly radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific from a Japanese nuclear power plant incapacitated by last month's earthquake-spawned tsunami but said a search of the site found no other leaks Sunday.
    The wave has carved a path of destruction up and down the coast and is believed to have killed 25,000 people. The first deaths at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant itself, though, were confirmed Sunday by the operator. A 21-year-old and a 24-year-old were believed to be conducting regular checks at the complex when the 9.0-magnitude earthquake hit March 11.
    "It pains me that these two young workers were trying to protect the power plant while being hit by the earthquake and tsunami," Tokyo Electric Power Co. Chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata said in a statement.
    It was unclear why the men did not evacuate when the quake hit.
    The bodies were not discovered until Wednesday and had to be decontaminated. The announcement was delayed out of respect for the victims' families, TEPCO spokesman Naoki Tsunoda said.
    Radiation has been spewing from the plant, leaking into the air, ground and sea. On Saturday, authorities discovered a crack from which radioactive water was spilling into the Pacific — the

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  31. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  32. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  33. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  34. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  35. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  36. FUCK YOU FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  37. journeyband 4everApril 3, 2011 at 11:17 PM

    Arnel Pineda Rocks!!!!

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    1. oo arnel pineda rocks. pakinggan mo ang journey bago mo sabihin yan. skwater, jologs!

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    2. panalo ang journey. gago! typical skwater ka talaga na titirahin ang journey.

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  38. journeyband 4everApril 3, 2011 at 11:17 PM

    Arnel Pineda Rocks!!!!

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  39. journeyband 4everApril 3, 2011 at 11:17 PM

    Arnel Pineda Rocks!!!!

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  40. journeyband 4everApril 3, 2011 at 11:18 PM

    Arnel Pineda Rocks!!!!

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  41. @Yotan18

    ang siakol gumagawa pa rin ng albums at malaki fan base nila outside of manila. siguro naman binitawan na sila ng Alpha Records kung walang bumibili ng Rekta, Pilipinas albums nila diba? may xmas album pa nga sila at panay ang tour nila. wala nga lang sila sa kamalayan ng mga nasa Imperial Manila.

    dapat yung mga techno songs ni Raims hindi pinayagan na isali sa albums nila. yung mga techno new pwede nya sana gamitin materials sa Squid9 nya. wala talagang kwenta.

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  42. I like Eheads but we let this happen I afraid.

    Moreover they failed themselves. They were so close to become the greatest band in PI and they let that one slide.

    Truly dissapointing!!

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    1. sila pa rin ang greatest band sa Pinas kahit nagkanda burat-burat sila. hindi naman kailangan maging perfect ka throughout your career. kahit firt 3 albums mo ay pamatay, at ang sumunod ay mga patay... panalo pa rin. shempre ang kanta parang alak din yan... habang tumatagal lalong gumaganda dahil sa paglipas ng panahon ang mga kanta nagkakaroon na rin ng alaala. nagiging personal na siya.

      pero ang mga trip hop at techno walang alaala na kakabit diyan. dahil pinipindot mo na ang skip button or fastforward mo na sa next track.

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  43. Evolution. Yan ang tawag dun sa ginawa ng Eheads! Ang Tanga mo! At hindi sila nasilaw sa pera dahil mas kikita sila dun sa original music style nila pero pinagpalit nila yun para sa "progress in making music", hindi na-stuck na lang sila dun sa isang style ng musika.

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    1. evolution? ano nalalaman mo tungkol sa evolution hayop ka? ang ginagawa ng mga ungas na yan nakikisabay sa uso. nagpapadikta sila sa bagong genre at fashion na lumalabas.

      noong nauso ang trip-hop noong late 90s, pinilit ni raymond yung mga drum machine, rap, at techno sa music nila. doon naalienate ang mga tao. doon din sila naging burat.

      hindi pinagpapalit sa pera? magkano ba kinita nila sa huling reunion nila? wag mo sabihin na charity yun ungas ka. magkano bili mo sa ticket mo? sige nga. ano tawag mo sa pag endorse nila ng chippy? gago ka. maging practical ka. kailangan natin ng pera. hindi na uso yung sell out ka dahil gumawa ka ng commercial. patay na yung ungas na nagsabi nun. pinutukan niya ng shotgun yung bunganga niya noon 94.

      sino kang kupal ka para turuan ako tungkol sa music ha? ilang taon ka na putangina ka?

      o sige na. magbabanyo pa ako. ilalabas ko muna yung kinain ko parang tapos na evolution niya sa tiyan ko.

      pweh!

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    2. dagdag ko lang..

      pera ang motivation nila. ok lang kumita, kailangan yan. may bills tayo na binabayaran, kailangan natin kumain. ang masama lang ay pag naglalamangan na dahil sa pera.

      yan ang nangyari sa eheads. hindi nyo lang alam, pero nagkaroon ng girian between ely at raymond.

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  44. dude maxado kang objctive hindi k member ng eheads para magsalita ng ganyan, as a musician hidi q kelangan ng ganitong blog para lang sabihin m criticisms m...kahit isang note wala kang ncontribute s eheads..kung interpretation m yan magpachekap k n s mental...kya bumbagsak opm industry kc sinicraan nio ung ibang banda..music is not made to divide people

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    1. eh ulol ka pala eh. ano bang kasalanan ko sa pagbagsak ng OPM industry? bagsak na OPM industry noong sinusulat ko ito. baket bumagsak? nagpupunta ka ba sa mga gigs? sinusuportahan mo ba local bands? bumibili ka ba ng original cds? tae ka sa akin mo isisi lahat ng nangyari sa OPM ungas kang putangina ka.

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  45. I would say after Natin99, off na ang E'heads.

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  46. masarap tumae lalo na kung sushi.


    http://markushighway.multiply.com/journal/item/257/Obladi-Bla-Da-and-The-Onion-Girl

    pinasulat ni markus sa nanay nya. from ilocano to inglesh hekhekhek

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