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Bamboo back with Bagong Sigaw

(The Philippine Star) - September 27, 2010 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Bamboo made a name for itself after the release of As The Music Plays in 2004. EMI Philippines, now Polyeast Records, since then released four eponymous albums by the group and turned OPM rock into anthemic singles and impressive sales figures. As the rock foursome hits the studio once again for its fifth album under Polyeast Records coming out this year, Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday Repackaged version is available nationwide with a brand new attack.

With a new single Bagong Sigaw, Bamboo’s fourth album Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday comes with a new package. Bagong Sigaw is also Tanduay’s official song. With the band’s success, Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday was led by four big tunes — Kalayaan, Muli, Last Days on a Cruise Ship and Kailan  — and also reached platinum status after a week of release. As the band reinvents itself in many ways before arriving full circle, Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday never failed to veer away from traditional Bamboo themes of love and relationships, God and love of country.

Bamboo has released four studio albums and is among the most critically and commercially successful OPM groups. Its albums were As The Music Plays, Light Peace Love (2005), We Stand Alone Together (2007) and Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday.

Bamboo is made up of Bamboo Mañalac on vocals, Nathan Azarcon on bass, Ira Cruz on guitars and Vic Mercado on drums.

Sponsors are Pony Footwear, Yamaha motors and Tanduay.

AS THE MUSIC PLAYS BAGONG SIGAW BAMBOO MA BECOMES YESTERDAY CRUISE SHIP IRA CRUZ LAST DAYS LIGHT PEACE LOVE NATHAN AZARCON POLYEAST RECORDS TOMORROW BECOMES YESTERDAY
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