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Eraserheads Reunion Concert

I bet this is the hottest topic moving around . Anyone seems so very excited . Even rumors like this can make anyone who grew up in the 90s listening to eraserheads music jump for joy . Definitely it is not a rumor . Several reports from respected news sources have indeed confirmed that this is happening this August as some of the teaser posters and clues are trying to say.





As some reports have mentioned , it is scheduled for August 30 , 2008 . The tentative venue is at CCP Open Grounds and the best of it all , it was rumored to be a free concert where 35000 eraserheads fanatics are expected to attend



A one night only reunion concert is what we heard of but who knows what might happen next . I dont really know the reason for the reunion . It may be about sponsorship or about the money . The hell with it , I just hope that ultimately it is about good music from one of the greatest pinoy band I ever knew. Heck, Im reserving that day for the concert ( even if it is as short as a 45 minute drive to memory lane , as other rumors suggest ). Im sure it will bring back the days when everyone was singing "minsan sa may kalayaan tayo nagkatagpuan......"

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