THE University of the Philippines’ men’s basketball team isn’t the only one preparing for Game Two of the UAAP Finals.
Late Monday evening, UP alumnus Raymund Marasigan - the drummer of Eraserheads - posted on Twitter a 30-second clip of the legendary OPM band jamming to their 1994 hit single Minsan, with the caption “praktis before game 2.”
The clip showed guitarist Marcus Adoro playing the solo part of the song alongside bassist Buddy Zabala. A third guy in the video whose face wasn’t shown was presumed to be vocalist Ely Buendia, who has been sporting a blonde hairdo for a few months now.
Take a look:
It’s still unclear as to when and where a reunion will take place – or if there would be one for that matter – but considering that all of their members have moved on to different bands now, getting together for a jamming session is a pretty big deal.
The tweet has elicited excitement from fans – with the clamor of the multi-awarded rock band performing in Game Two of the UAAP Finals picking up by the minute.
The band was formed during the members' college years at UP.
Save for a few reunion gigs outside of the Philippines, the band haven’t been seen together regularly, with their last reunion concert coming in 2009, playing in front of approximately 100,000 people at the Mall of Asia concert grounds.
A remastered edition of their debut studio album ‘Ultraelectromagneticpop!’ was just released two weeks ago.
Will fans be seeing a surprise Eheads performance in Game Two? Atleast that’s something that fans from both schools will be both cheering for.