There's a retired Philippine-based band called The Eraserheads (yes, named after the David Lynch film) that spearheaded a local music renaissance during the mid-90s. Now there's an album out entitled...

There’s a retired Philippine-based band called The Eraserheads (yes, named after the David Lynch film) that spearheaded a local music renaissance during the mid-90s. Now there’s an album out entitled "Ultraelectromagneticjam" featuring 17 Eraserheads songs as reinterpreted by a mix of commercial and avant garde artists.

All the tracks have been simultaneously released on the radio and you’ll hear a broadcasted voice whispering "Ultraelectromagneticjam" before and after a song is played on the air. There’s also an ongoing Ultraelectromagneticjam concert tour. However, The Eraserheads and the bands paying tribute themselves are barely mentioned on the radio or on the promotions. In fact, the only time The E-heads are mentioned is on the album itself.

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