:: VIDEOGRAPHY - Music videos, etc. ::
 
1995
2014
Directed by: Erik Matti
Production: Reality Entertainment / Mothership
Executive producer:
Esquire Philippines
Location: Reality Entertainment studio, Makati City
Release:
September 21, 2014

WATCH VIDEO
This was released to promote the single, "1995", from the CD single, "Sabado/1995"
(that came exclusively with the September 2014 issue of Esquire Philippines)

WATCH LYRIC VIDEO
This was released on August 6, 2021 to promote the digital single & the forthcoming 12" single (vinyl), "Sabado/1995"

Notes:
This was one of two songs/music videos released by the reunited original members since
March 2002
 
SABADO
2014
Directed by: Erik Matti
Production: PostManila
Executive producer:
Esquire Philippines
Talent:
Ketchup Eusebio, RK Bagatsing, Sunshine Cruz
Location:
?
Release: September 11, 2014

WATCH VIDEO
This was released to promote the single, "Sabado", from the CD single, "Sabado/1995'
(that came exclusively with the September 2014 issue of Esquire Philippines)

WATCH LYRIC VIDEO
This was released on August 6, 2021 to promote the digital single & the forthcoming 12" single (vinyl), "Sabado/1995"

Notes:
This was one of two songs/music videos released by the reunited original members since
March 2002
 
THE REUNION CONCERT
2009
Directed by: Elmer Lapena
Audio recorded, mixed & mastered by: Angee Rozul at Tracks Recording Studios
Audio recording producer: Sancho Sanchez
Post-production house: Pieworks Productions
Producers: Vic Valenciano / Ann Angala Shy
Executive producer: Rudy Y. Tee
Presented by: Sony BMG Music Entertainment / SMART Buddy
Filmed on: August 30, 2008 Saturday
Location:
Bonifacio Global City Open Field, Taguig
DVD Release: January 31, 2009

WATCH VIDEOS - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube except *
Alapaap
Ligaya
Sembreak
Hey, Jay
Harana
Fruitcake
Toyang
Kama Supra
Kailan
Huwag Kang Matakot
Kaliwete
With A Smile
Shake Yer Head *
Huwag Mo Nang Itanong
Lightyears

plus: Rehearsal / Behind The Scenes

Notes:
The individual video clips were taken from the DVD, "The Reunion Concert" (2009)
 
U MAKE ME
2002
Directed by: Marie Jamora
Directors of Photography: Marc Abaya, Chris Costello, Joseph Fabul,
Quark Henares, Marie Jamora & CC Reyes
Edited by:
Edsel Abesames & Marie Jamora
Location:
The Thirdline Studio, Quezon City
Release: 2002

WATCH VIDEO
This was released to promote the single, "U Make Me", from the EP, "Please Transpose" (2002)

"The first and last video of Eheads with Kris Dancel and with me on it. I remember I suggested we take a road trip but Rayms had another thing in mind. He asked 12 directors/friends to shoot us rehearsing in a big rehearsal room. It was done in half a day's time."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Video shoot info by Marie Jamora (Vimeo.com)

Notes:
This was the only music video that featured vocalist, Kris Gorra-Dancel
 
MASKARA
2001

Directed by: Ely Buendia & Marie Jamora
Edited by: Raul Punay
Post-production: Astorec Production
Art directors:
Cynthia Bauzon & Arnold Arre
Produced by: S.S. Diane (aka Maria Diane Ventura)
Location:
the director, Marie Jamora's residence in White Plains, Quezon City
Release: 2001

WATCH VIDEO
This was released to promote the single, "Maskara", from the album, "Carbon Stereoxide" (2001)
This was the Eraserheads' first ever commercially-available video. The CD format of the album came with a free VCD containing the video plus behind-the-scenes footage


"I think the concept came from Ely and Diane. We shot it at Marie Jamora's place as she also directed this piece. It was just another party to me. Friends hung out. There was some commotion about a stolen wallet. Some friends from Poveda wore masks for this one. Cynthia and Arnold Arre did the storyboard."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Notes:
This was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans.

 
SPOLIARIUM
2000
Directed by: Matthew Rosen
Talent: Lara Fabregas
Location:
Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Pasay City
Release: 2000

WATCH VIDEO
This was released to promote the single, "Spoliarium", from the album, "Sticker Happy" (1997)

"This one never aired on commercial TV. It was supposed to be (again) "dark" . We were all supposed to wear all black or something. Shot in the grounds of CCP (Cultural Center of the Philippines)."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Notes:
This was filmed in February 1999 and was supposed to be released that same year. Also in March 1999, the band filmed a new version of the "With A Smile" music video. Perhaps due to "Spoliarium's" 'dark' theme, they opted to release "With A Smile" first. "Spoliarium" video was eventually released in late 1999 or early 2000 but in cable television only, specifically on MTV and MYX

This was originally featured / streamed on PinoyWebTV.com; A few years later, the website closed down

DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 105.42 MB]
 
WITH A SMILE (1999 Version)
1999
Directed by: Ely Buendia & Mark Villena
Lighting design by:
Minco Fabregas
Produced by: Ene Lagunzad
Talent:
Ysab Yuzon
Location:
Gideon Playground, Carriedo St.; Balara Filters Park, Quezon City
Release: 1999

WATCH VIDEO - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube
This was released to promote the single, "With A Smile", from the Southeast Asian album, "Aloha Milkyway" (1998)

"a collaboration of Ely and Mark Villena, Ene Lagunzad of the Ronnies and Minco Fabregas did prod work and lighting design respectively. The late great Noel Garcia was in the video too. It was Alice in Balaraland."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Notes:
aka 'Version 2", the video had an "Alice In Wonderland" concept and was filmed in March 1999.

This was originally featured / streamed on PinoyWebTV.com; A few years after the website closed down, a fan called "kentai15" uploaded the full video on crunchyroll.com (when it was still an 'illegal' video streaming site). It was eventually deleted after quite some time.
With no full video available on the internet, two incomplete clips of the music video was "fixed/merged/edited" and uploaded by circusfreak/fan, Tonemaster, on YouTube as a 'temporary' video until an official upload became available. Both teaser and the 'fixed' video have been deleted.
 
JULIE TEARJERKY
1998
Directed by: Matthew Rosen
Produced by:
Dr.Day Cabuhat
Location:
Gala Grino Mansion, Bayview Village, Pasay City
Release: 1998

WATCH VIDEO - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube
This was released to promote the single, "Julie Tearjerky", from the Southeast Asian album, "Aloha
Milkyway" (1998)


"Shot in a dilapidated old house. It was supposed to be spooky. There was a scene of me ironing some clothes. WTF!"
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)


Notes
:
The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
PARA SA MASA
1998
Directed by: Rico Gutierrez
Location:
the railroad tracks in Tutuban, Tondo, Manila
Release: 1998

WATCH VIDEO (2020 Remastered)
This video was not made to promote the single commercially. This was exclusively produced & filmed for the Philippine Centennial TV special called, "Sigla Ng Siglo" for GMA-TV 7, with a one-time broadcast on June 12, 1998 Friday

"This one we did for a friend. It was heartbreaking to see these images."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)


Notes
:
This unofficial remastered version was uploaded on YouTube on April 29, 2020
Video enhanced by Floid Jabola of The Eraserheads Combo Nation facebook group;
Audio enhanced by schizo
- DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 185.2 MB]

The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
KALIWETE
1998
Directed by: Matthew Rosen
Assistant director: Raimund Marasigan
Production designer: Francis Reyes
Produced by: Dr. Day Cabuhat
Talent:
Dess
Location:
a studio in South Pasong Tamo, Makati City
Release: 1998

WATCH VIDEO - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube
This was released to promote the single, "Kaliwete", from the album, "Sticker Happy" (1997)

"this one is directed by Matthew Rosen. I think the images were from Raymund's shotlist. I think the idea was to look European. Francis Reyes was the stylist and production manager. We had a deal with Doc Martens then so I had like 15 pairs after."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)


"VideOK-E: Q & E with Matthew Rosen" (by Marie Jamora / Pillbox #3 / p.50-53)

Trivia: (per Day Cabuhat)
Dess was a dancer from Hotlegs Dance Co.
The dental chair used was something Ely bought in Cubao during the "Fruitcake" video shoot two years prior


Notes
:
The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
TRIP TO JERUSALEM
1997
Directed by: Mark Gary
Location: the director, Mark Gary's unit at Syquia Apartments, Malate, Manila; the chair was filmed all over the Philippines
Release: 1997

WATCH VIDEO - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube
This was released to promote the single, "Trip To Jerusalem", from the album, "Fruitcake" (1996)

"I don't recall which came first but this one again is with Mark Gary. Starring a red chair which travels around the Philippines. We shot the band scene in the interiors of his Malate pad."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Trivia: (per Day Cabuhat)
The music video was shot entirely on film
The red chair was actually from the conference room of BMG Records (Pilipinas) office


Notes:
The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
FRUITCAKE
1997
Directed by: Mark Gary
Produced by: Lee Laureano
Location: Fiesta Carnival, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City
Release: 1997

WATCH VIDEO - via Internet Archive (Archive.org)
This was released to promote the single, "Fruitcake" (1996)

"the four of us as street musicians, FrancisM and Agot Isidro did cameo roles. It was a one day shoot with Mark Gary. I worked again with him on Sandalang Bahay."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)

Trivia: (per Day Cabuhat)
Cameo appearances by FrancisM, Agot Isidro, Day Cabuhat (band manager), Julie Pacanas (road manager) & Mark Laccay (sound engineer)

Notes
:
The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
ANG HULING EL BIMBO
1996

Directed by: Auraeus Solito
Location: the director, Auraeus Solito's residence
Release: 1996

WATCH VIDEO (Version 3; VEVO edit) - via Eraserheads Vevo on YouTube
This was released to promote the single, "Ang Huling El Bimbo", from the album,
"Cutterpillow" (1995)


"a masterpiece by Aureus Solito. We've worked with him since college days. The kids were just kids on the street where the director lives. Or were they from PETA (Philippine Educational Theater Association)? We spent a day for the workshop where we got to mimic the kids and vice-versa."
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)


Trivia: (per Day Cabuhat)
The music video was shot entirely on film

Notes:
- Version 1: This was the 'rough' version, first used to promote the video but was eventually pulled out. Some scenes featured different camera angles and dialogues were audible. This was replaced by version 2
WATCH VIDEO - uploaded on YouTube by Rodel Basco (techknowledgecenter) on 9/16/2008
DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 27.6 MB]

WATCH VIDEO [Version 1 with with dubbed audio track made by some fan]
- via Internet Archive (Archive.Org)


- Version 2: This was the most common version used for commercial & cable TV
DOWNLOAD VIDEO
[MP4 / 284.5 MB]

The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.

Notable differences between versions 1 & 2:
@ 2:07 - 2:10 - the guitar playing has different camera angles
@ 5:30 - 5:34 - the Eraserheads and Wena Basco pulling away from each other
@ 7:28 - 7:42 - visual effects on the final sequence featuring Wena Basco
VIEW SCREENSHOT

- Version 3: This is currently the official version uploaded on YouTube. The audio has been re-dubbed and edited for Eraserheads VEVO channel. This video is only 5 mins. 30 secs. long. The original version is 7 mins. 47 secs. long

The Making Of "Ang Huling El Bimbo" music video on Feb. 5, 1996 - Aired on MVTV, May 7, 1996

The music video premiered on "GMA Supershow" (GMA) on February 25, 1996 Sunday

This music video won the 1997 MTV Asia Viewer's Choice Award, the very first for a Philippine artist/band!
WATCH THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS (MTV US; September 4, 1997 Friday)

WATCH THE ERASERHEADS ACCEPTANCE SPEECH IN NEW YORK CITY
(pre-taped on Sept. 3 Thursday / aired on MTV Asia & Studio 23 on Sept. 13, 1997 Saturday)

1997 MTV Viewer's Choice Award Promo poster (c/o Dhaey De Vera)


 
ALAPAAP
1995
Directed by: Sandy Angeles (?) *
Location: band footage filmed at Tita Beth's Carinderia and Orphanage, West Kamias, Quezon City; bunjee jumping filmed at (?)

WATCH VIDEO (incomplete)
A short clip as featured on the documentary, "Banda Ng Masa" by Jay Taruc for "I-Witness" (GMA), aired on March 10, 2009 Tuesday

Notes:
This music video was filmed to promote the single, "Alapaap" in 1995. It was allegedly "unreleased" but some fans have talked about seeing this video back in the day. So I think this was released for a short time but was eventually pulled out and was never shown again. Perhaps due to the "Alapaap" controversy in August 1995

* I'm not sure if this person directed the music video or just a source of the material
 
WITH A SMILE
1995

Directed by: Art Borromeo & Linette Buenaseda
Cinematographer: Alan Gulmatico
Location: Nayong Pilipino, Pasay City
Release: 1995

WATCH VIDEO (2020 Remastered)
This was the first ever music video released by the Eraserheads, promoting the single, "With A Smile", from the album, "Circus" (1994)

"shot in Nayong Pilipino... we were just having a good time"
- Marcus Adoro (MYX Mag / # 13; Oct.-Nov. 2008 / p.17)


Notes:
This unofficial remastered version is created & uploaded by schizo in 2020
Original BMG Records (Pilipinas) promo VHS > DVD-R > Windows Movie Maker > MP4 [Video, Frame width: 640, Frame height: 480, Frame rate: 29.97 frames/second / Audio, 'Heads Set' Digitally-Remastered, MP3 320kbps]
- DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 165.61 MB]

The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.

 
 
OTHER VIDEOS (Unofficial)
 
POP-U-MENTARY (2019 Music Edit)
2019
Created by: Marcus Adoro
Location: ?

WATCH VIDEO - via Marcus Adoro's YouTube channel
A video montage of Eraserheads home videos, created in 2004. Music re-edited by Marcus Adoro 'for kicks' in 2019

Notes:
"Pop-U-Mentary" was created by Marcus Adoro and was planned to be released in 2004 but it didn't happen. It was eventually released in 2010 as part of the box set, "The Heads Set"
 
ERASERHEADS LIVE! THE FINAL SET
2009
Directed by: Kokoy Jimenez
Live audio recorded by: Shinji Tanaka (Sound Creations Studios)
Live audio edited, mixed & mastered by: Shinji Tanaka & Sancho Sanchez
Live audio recording producer: Sancho Sanchez
Sound engineer FOH: Rads Corpus (Soundcheck)
Producers: Francis Lumen
Executive producer: Georgette Tengco
Produced by: All Youth Channels, Inc.
Presented by:
MTV & SMART Buddy
Filmed on: March 7, 2009 Saturday
Location:
SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay City

WATCH VIDEO (12th Anniversary schizo's Cut)

Notes:
This was taken from two sources: the TV broadcast that was aired for "Sunday Box Office Presents" (GMA) on April 5, 2009 Sunday & Smart Buddy / Sandbox mobile streaming video clips
Compiled & edited by schizo for The Schizo Archives on March 21, 2021 Sunday
SMART Buddy / Sandbox videos' audio enhanced by schizo
 
 
OVERDRIVE (2008 MYX Version)
2008
WATCH VIDEO
A special music video edit by MYX for their "Ultraelectromagnetic November" campaign in November 2008 (MYX / ABS-CBN)

Notes:
The edit features footage from a classic TV performance (most likely from ABS-CBN's "ASAP")
 
ALAPAAP (2008 MYX Version)
2008
WATCH VIDEO
A special music video edit by MYX for their "Ultraelectromagnetic November" campaign in November 2008 (MYX / ABS-CBN)

Notes:
The edit features footage from a classic TV performance (most likely from ABS-CBN's "ASAP") and from their August 30, 2008 reunion
 
BALIKBAYAN BOX (Home-made Version)
1998
Created by: schizo & naTIM99
Location: South San Francisco, Oakland, San Francisco & Azusa in California

WATCH VIDEO (2012 Remastered)
A home-made video that I created, along with my friend & fellow Eheads fan, Tim in 1998.

This remastered * version is created & uploaded in 2012
* Original VHS master > DVD-R > Windows Movie Maker [Video captured > CD audio [MP3] added > WMV]
DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 200.97 MB]


Notes:
The first digital copy of this was originally featured on the Eraserheads fansite, E-Smallroom (www.e-smallroom.com) from 2000 to 2004 as 'Balikbayan Box' [Schizo's Edit]. After the website closed down, the video files were made available to fans & and were uploaded to YouTube in 2005/6. After some time, the record labels had YouTube delete those videos.
 
ALAPAAP (from 'Langit Sa Piling Mo')
1997

Directed by: Eric Quizon
Location:
somewhere in the U.S.

DOWNLOAD VIDEO [MP4 / 263.4 MB]
From the 1997 film, "Langit Sa Piling Mo" (Star Cinema)


Notes:
- The sequence featured actors, Eric Quizon and Giselle Toengi, on a road trip somewhere in the U.S.
- aka "S'yempre Ikaw Pa Rin" (1996)

 
OVERDRIVE (from 'Istokwa')
1996

Directed by: Chito S. Rono
Location: North Luzon Expressway

WATCH VIDEO
From the 1996 film, "Istokwa" (MAQ Productions / Regal Home Video)

Notes:
The sequence featured actors, Mark Anthony Fernandez and Spencer Reyes, on a road trip along the North Luzon Expressway

 
RUN BARBI RUN (Movie End Credits)
1995

Directed by: Tony Reyes *
Location: ?

WATCH VIDEO
This is the film, "Run Barbi Run"'s end credits

Notes:
This was also used as a promotional teaser/trailer/TV spot for the movie around July-August 1995

* Tony Reyes directed the movie but I'm not sure if he directed that sequence/video

 
 
BONUS TRACK
 
NEW YORK CITY OVERDRIVE : A schizo Home Video
2011
Created by: schizo
Presented by: The Schizo Archives in association with SP/LP Images
Location:
New York City, NY and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Release: 2011

WATCH VIDEO
Fan + Roadies + Rockstars + Tour Guide + NYC = Rock & Roll

Notes:
schizo's DIY, home-made "rockumentary", documenting the Eraserheads' 1998 tour of The Big Apple. schizo was supposed to make DVD copies of this (with bonus data disc) for the band & crew but due to his "very busy" life, it never happened, heheh. Enjoy this YouTube release instead! =)
 
 
MORE VIDEO LINKS & sh*t
Presented by The Schizo Archives, loads of Eraserheads videos (TV performances, concerts, bootlegs, etc.) can be found on schizo's Eraserheads Video Vault on YouTube
More Eraserheads concert, backstage and behind-the-scene videos can be found on the schizo102 and Happy Box channels on YouTube
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Currently, the only official Eraserheads video channel anywhere is Eraserheads VEVO on YouTube as licensed by Sony Music Philippines since October 15, 2009
Once upon a time on September 9, 2008, there was an official Eraserheads channel by Sony BMG Music Entertainment, @eraserheadstv ...It was useless!, hehe
 
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