When Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads sometime in 2002, remaining members Buddy Zabala, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan decided to continue as Eheads by adding singer-guitarist Kris Gorra (from the indie all-girl pop-punk band, Fatal Posporos and, later, Duster). After just a few months, Marcus Adoro left the group as well to pursue a passion for surfing and for his own musical undertaking, Markus Highway. Zabala, Marasigan and Gorra (later, Gorra-Dancel, having married Vin Dancel of Peryodiko) decided to continue on, adding Ebe Dancel (Kris Gorra-Dancel's brother-in-law) of Sugarfree and Diego Mapa (of Monsterbot and Pedicab); consequently forming Cambio.
Cambio became known for songs about Pinoy Pop Culture, such as "DV" (about Divisoria, a sub-district in Manila which popular for bargain goods) and "Call Center" (about Business Process Outsourcing employment in the Philippines.
- Kris Gorra-Dancel – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
- Ebe Dancel – co-lead vocals, guitars
- Diego Mapa – lead & rhythm guitar, backing vocals
- Buddy Zabala – bass guitar, vocals
- Raimund Marasigan – drums, percussions
- Excerpt EP (2003)
- ABS-CBN Interactive's feature on Cambio
- Peyup's feature on Cambio Excerpt EP Launch
- Saguijo Cafe + Bar's Cambio feature
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