Mayonnaise (band)

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Mayonnaise
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Mayonnaise line-up as of 2015 to present (from L-R): Tirona, Regalado, Servano, Macalino, Furio
Background information
Origin Metro Manila, PH
Genres Alternative rock
Indie rock
Pop rock
Pop-punk
Pinoy rock (OPM)
Years active 2002–present
Labels Sony Music / Vamp Records (2003–2007)
Viva Records (2008–2011)
Yellow Room Music Philippines (2011–present)
Warner Music Philippines (2016–present)
Associated acts Banat Boys
Eraserheads
VST & Company
Loop Band
Kim Trinidad
Jensen and The Flips
Members Monty Macalino
Shan Regalado
Carlo Servano
Maan Furio
Nikki Tirona
Past members Lee Maningas
Paga Manikan
Poch Villalon
Jaztin Mercado
Aaron Brosoto

Mayonnaise is a five-piece Filipino alternative rock band. The band is fronted by Monty Macalino, who due to his inarguably hefty body figure, makes him the most visible member of the group. The band is famous for winning the renowned "Red Horse Muziklaban" in 2004.

History[edit]

The band chose its name in honor of the song "Mayonaise" by The Smashing Pumpkins. The band was originally formed in 2002 with a number of former members and launched mainstream in 2004 after winning the Grand Prize of the Red Horse Muziklaban 2004 which composed of Monty Macalino, Paga Manikan, Lee Maningas and Shan Regalado. Their debut self-titled album, Mayonnaise was launched with their 1st single, "Jopay" which was released by Sony Music Philippines. Jopay is a reference of a former member of the Sexbomb Dancers. Their next single was "Bakit Part 2" which became a radio airplay hit. Bassist Lee Maningas left the band some time in 2008 to migrate to the United States and was replaced by Poch Villalon.

Their follow-up 2nd album, Pa'no Nangyari Yun? was released in 2006 with their carrier single, "Salamin". The same year, the band also covered the song, "Ipagpatawad Mo", originally from VST and Company. The song was included in their collaboration album, Hopia Mani Popcorn.

In 2008, Mayonnaise released their 3rd album, Tersera which was launched with their singles, "Singungaling", "Torres" and "Sakto". The band released their 4th album, Pula in 2010 with the carrier single, "Sa Pula, Sa Puti".

The group also sang the TV theme song of ABS-CBN 2's reality show, The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition entitled "Sabay Tayo" in 2011.

In 2013, Paga Manikan left the group to concentrate on his own band, the Banat Boys. Popularly known as a 4-piece group, the band announced its 3 new members shortly after Manikan's departure via their official social media accounts. Aaron Brosoto, Carlo Servano and Jaztin Mercado, who used to play with them as session musicians, officially filled in as guitarists and keyboardist respectively.

In 2014, keyboardist Jaztin Mercado left the band to move to Singapore and in the same year the band recruited Maan Furio to play guitars and do backing vocals. In late 2014, bassist and backing vocalist Poch Villalon left the band to pursue other interests. Villalon has since been a session player for Rico Blanco after departing and was replaced by Nikki Tirona to fill in his position as bassist and backing vocalist for the band. In mid-2015, lead guitarist Aaron Brosoto also left the band to pursue other interests as well.

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Former members[edit]

  • Lee Maningas – bass guitar, backing vocals (2002–2008)
  • Paga Manikan – lead guitar (2002–2013)
  • Poch Villalon – bass guitar, backing vocals (2008–2014)
  • Jaztin Mercado – keyboards, keytar (2013–2014)
  • Aaron Brosoto – lead guitar, backing vocals (2013–2015)

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Mayonnaise in 2012, from L-R : Manikan, Macalino, Villalon, Regalado.
Mayonnaise's line-up in 2013, from L-R : Shan Regalado, Carlo Servano, Monty Macalino, Poch Villalon, Aaron Brosoto, Jaztin Mercado.
Album Tracks Year Records
Mayonnaise The Only Thing
Tulog
Bakit Part 1
Punk You
Jopay
Pink White Blue
Dahil
Eddie Song
Home
Pseudo
Bakit Part 2
Aircon
2004 Sony Music / VAMP Records
Pa'no Nangyari Yun? Pa'no Nangyari Yun?
Bago
Panaginip
Salamin
Deeper Meaning Of Love
Oreo
Patalim
Turn
Japan (Of Knives And Scissors)
5:03
Sana Kung (Ayaw Mo Na)
Drama
2006 Sony Music / VAMP Records
Tersera Ikaw
Sinungaling
Tersera
Sakto
Looking For Love
Bilin
Paalam
Voices
Binaliwala
Skipper
Sa Piling Mo
Ipagpatawad Mo
Torres
2008 Viva Records
Pula L'ouverture in Resso
Talo
Sa Pula, Sa Puti
Tabla
Mahirap
Buhay (Paulit-Ulit)
Dahil Ikaw (Ang Kailangan Ko)
Kapag Lasing Malambing
Salamat I. Salamat II. Ang Gamot III. Dahil Ikaw (Reprise)
Queresma
Awit Sa Mga Buhay Bente
Synesthesia
2010 Viva Records
Tayo Na Lang Dalawa Bwelo
Tayo Na Lang Dalawa
Parang
Pag Wala Ka
Paraan
Porta
Ayaw Mo Na Sa Akin
Malala
Susan
Dear Classmate
2014 Yellow Room Music Philippines
For The Rest Of My Life For The Rest of My Life
You Can′t Be Right
Five Ever
Live Your Life
Lucky Star
Here In My Heart
Unconditionally
Kathryn
Los Angeles
Hopeless
2016 Yellow Room Music Philippines / Warner Music Philippines (Digital Release)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • Red Horse Muziklaban 2004 Compilation (Sony Music, 2004)
  • Pinoy Blonde OST (Star Music, 2005)
  • The Best Of Manila Sound: Hopia Mani Popcorn (Viva Records, 2007)
  • Live! The Album: Music of the Level Up! Nation (Star Music, 2008)
  • The Reunion: An Eraserheads Tribute Album (Star Music, 2012)

Extended plays (EP)[edit]

  • B-sides & Rarities (2012)
  • Mayonnaise 2014 EP (2014)

Singles and music videos[edit]

  • Jopay
  • Bakit Part 2
  • Ipagpatawad Mo (originally by VST & Co., also covered by Janno Gibbs)
  • Ligaya (originally by The Eraserheads, also covered by Kitchie Nadal)
  • Sinungaling
  • Tersera
  • Torres
  • Sa Pula, Sa Puti
  • Kapag Lasing Malambing
  • Sabay Tayo (theme from ABS-CBN 2's The Biggest Loser: Pinoy Edition)
  • Dahil Ikaw (Ang Kailangan Ko)
  • Synesthesia
  • Sana Kung (2012 re-release)
  • Paraan
  • Parang
  • Dear Classmate
  • Porta
  • Ayaw Mo Na Sa Akin
  • Pag Wala Ka
  • Tayo Na Lang Dalawa
  • You Can't Be Right
  • Five Ever

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