Alternate Endings: the Making of the Final Set and the Unmaking of an Era takes us on an inside look at what went down in history as one of the local music scene’s most momentous days.
A decade + 1 year from the phenomenal night, Eraserheads’ legacy lives on–a feat evidenced by the photo book Alternate Endings: The Making of the Final Set and the Unmaking of an Era.
The photo book’s subject of interest are photos taken from Eraserheads’ reunion concert in 2009, which was dubbed The Final Set. We get to relive the night, the lights, the sights, and the overall orchestration of the spectacularly successful second–and last– Eraserheads reunion concert. In the words of Aldus Santos, designed by Gelo Lagasca featuring a foreword by former vocalist Ely Buendia.
March 7, 2009 was a day that went down in history as the first concert by a local act with the most number of attendees. The audience count? A whopping hundred thousand plus! Surely, not an impossible feat for one of OPM’s most beloved bands.
With a promise of never-before-seen photos from the show, insider accounts, and being “chock full of trivia”, no doubt this photo book presents itself to be the perfect band slam book of sorts for thirsty Eheads fans.
Alternate Endings: The Making of the Final Set and the Unmaking of an Era will go on sale exclusively on Offshore Music’s website starting at 10 am on December 14. Get in line to purchase it as a perfect gift to die-hard Eheads fans for a well-deserved price of Php 2,800.
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