Ely Buendia Meets Leni Robredo, Eraserheads Reunion Soon?
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Ely Buendia Meets Leni Robredo, How About That E-Heads Reunion?

Buendia gifted the VP with an ultraelectromagneticpop vinyl.
by Joel Guinto
8 hours ago
Photo/s: Facebook/Leni Gerona Robredo

Former Eraserheads frontman Ely Buendia dropped by Vice President Leni Robredo's office to give her a vinyl copy of the legendary pop band's debut album, "Ultraelectromagenticpop", photos from Robredo's office released late Thursday showed.

Buendia went viral earlier this year for replying to a fan tweet that the E-heads could reunite again if Robredo would run. Well, the Vice President is running for president in 2022 and was decked out in her campaign color, pink, during her meeting with Buendia.

There was no mention of an Eraserheads reunion in Robredo's post, but she said her staff are huge fans of the E-heads, who for decades have kept fans engaged, most recently when Buendia discussed the meanings of their hits like "Spoliarium" and "Minsan" in the context of how deep the bandmates' friendship was.

While Robredo received Buendia, the plot thickened in her rivals' camp. Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio is tipped to run for president or vice president as a substitute before the Nov. 15 deadline.

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Former senator Bongbong Marcos and Sen. Manny Pacquiao both said they would pursue their presidential bids, though Pacquiao reconciled with President Rodrigo Duterte, fueling talk of a tandem with Duterte-Carpio.

ALSO READ: Sara Duterte Joins Arroyo's Lakas Party as Palace Run Beckons

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