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|Single by Eraserheads|
|from the album Ultraelectromagneticpop!|
|Genre||Alternative rock, indie rock, pop rock|
|Eraserheads singles chronology|
Ligaya (English: Joy) is the first single of the Eraserheads from their debut album, Ultralectromagneticpop!. The single was able to make it to the Top Ten of 97.1 WLS-FM countdown. The band last performed the song in their second and final reunion concert dubbed as "The Final Set" in March 7, 2009. No music video was made for the song.
- The song was covered by Kitchie Nadal from the Eraserheads tribute album, Ultraelectromagneticjam!: The Music Of The Eraserheads
- The band also covered by Mayonnaise from the compilation album, The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album.
The song is about a guy who tries to convince a girl to let him court her.
30-second sample from the song "Ligaya" from the album UltraElectroMagneticPop! (1993).
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