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|Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday|
|Studio album by Bamboo|
40:43 (Original Version)43:45 (Repackaged Version)
|Label||EMI Philippines, Inc.|
Released under PolyEast records, Inc.
|Singles from Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday|
Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday is the fourth and final album of the band Bamboo. It is the first release of original material by the band since 2005's Light Peace Love. It achieved platinum status on September 28, 2008 (two days after its release).
Bamboo is a Filipino alternative rock band formed in 2003 by lead vocalist Bamboo Mañalac, bassist Nathan Azarcon, lead and rhythm guitarist Ira Cruz and drummer Vic Mercado.
Light Peace Love is the second album of the Filipino rock band Bamboo. The song "Hallelujah" was released some time before the actual release of the album, becoming an instant hit. It is the only Tagalog track in the album, and with its "never give up" theme, the track became a fast favorite and rocked the daily radio charts for several weeks.
In 2010, they released a repackaged version of the album and a bonus DVD containing music videos of the singles released in the album.
|4.||"Kailan"||with Keith Errol "KEN" Navarroza||4:19|
|7.||"Last Days On A Cruise Ship (Don't Wait For Tomorrow)"||4:17|
|8.||"Wake Up Call"||3:21|
|10.||"Looking Out For #1"||3:55|
|2010 Repackaged Edition|
|12.||"Kailan (Music Video)"|
|13.||"Last Days On A Cruise Ship (Don't Wait For Tomorrow) (Music Video)"|
|14.||"Muli (Music Video)"|
|15.||"Kalayaan (Music Video)"|
Francisco "Bamboo" Mañalac - Vocals
Nathan Azarcon - Bass
Ira Cruz - Guitars
Vic Mercado - Drums
Francisco Gaudencio Lope Belardo Mañalac, popularly known as Bamboo Mañalac or simply by the mononym Bamboo, is a Filipino American musician and singer-songwriter. He began his career as vocalist and original frontman of Rivermaya and later fronted his own band, Bamboo. Bamboo band disbanded in 2011 and Mañalac then pursued a solo career and released his first solo album, No Water, No Moon.
Nathan Peter H. Azarcon is an award-winning Filipino musician, nationalist, songwriter, and producer. He is currently the bassist and one of the founding members of Filipino rock band Rivermaya. He was also a member of Filipino rock bands Pinikpikan, Kapatid and a founding member of Bamboo and Hijo.
Ira Cara Cruz is a multi-awarded Filipino musician, composer and producer. He was a founding member of Filipino rock bands Hijo, Bamboo, Introvoys, Passage and Kapatid.
The Catalogue is a box set consisting of eight albums by German electronic music band Kraftwerk that were released from 1974 to 2003. All albums are digitally remastered, with most of the cover art redesigned, including rare photographs in the liner notes that were not part of each album's original release.
Rivermaya is a Filipino rock band. Formed in 1994, it is one of several bands who spearheaded the 1990s Philippine alternative rock explosion. Rivermaya is currently composed of original members Mark Escueta and Nathan Azarcon, together with Mike Elgar. Former original members include Rico Blanco, who had been the original songwriter of the band and vocalist Bamboo Mañalac, who later formed the band Bamboo and later went on his solo career. Rivermaya is listed in the top twenty five biggest-selling artists/act in the Philippines as of present.
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The Innocent was the band Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails played with after leaving Option 30. He then moved on to the Exotic Birds before creating his own band, Nine Inch Nails. The other members were Alan Greenblatt, Kevin Valentine, Rodney Cajka and Albritton McClain. Valentine and McClain were both members of Donnie Iris and the Cruisers, and they had just recently opted to go on their own way from the band. The band's sole album was released on the regional Red Label Records.
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Maria Cecilia Beronilla Bisa, also known as Acel Bisa, is a singer and songwriter from the Philippines.
King are an English pop/hip hop quartet, started in 1997. The band consisted originally of five siblings, Trillion, Queenie, Jazzy, Ruby and Lucius. In November 2013 Jazzy and Ruby left the quintet to form their own band Blonde Electra and their younger sister Jemima joined the group.
"Quiero" is a song by Mexican singer Anahí from her fifth studio album Mi Delirio (2009). The song was released as the first single in Spain and third official single overall on March 16, 2010. "Quiero" was nominated as the song of the 2010 in Israel.
très.b was an international indie rock band consisting of a Polish singer Misia Furtak, half Danish/half English drummer Thomas Pettit and a half Dutch/half American guitarist Olivier Heim, also known under his solo artist name Anthony Chorale. The band started at a Danish Hojskole, to later move to the Netherlands and Poland.
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