|by The Eraserheads|
|Released||September 11, 1997|
EJL (Tracks 1 and 18)
Cinema Audio (Track 16)
|Label||Greater East Asia Music
BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc.
|The Eraserheads chronology|
Sticker Happy is the Eraserheads' fifth album, released by Sony BMG Music Philippines Inc. (formerly BMG Records Pilipinas, Inc.) in 1997. At the time, the album cover courted a healthy amount of controversy as to the identity of the nude woman playing an upright piano in the middle of a field (later revealed to be then-Channel [V] VJ Joey Mead).
Musically, the album is heavier as the band brought to the fore various guitar effects purchased during their New York visit. Although still retaining the signature "E-Heads" sound, 'Sticker Happy' is very much influenced by mid-1990s techno and also featured a heavy amount of sampling, most notable on the tracks "Maalalahanin", "Downtown" and "Everything They Say".
Also comes in a music video.
|Milk and Money||4:41|
The title is a reference to Maalalahanin Street in Teachers Village, Diliman, Quezon City where Ely Buendia owned a home studio that the Eraserheads used to rehearse in.
The title is a reference to Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí's short film Un Chien Andalou. While the band mostly play alternative rock music, this track may be the only one that would be the band's heaviest song ever written. Title not mentioned in lyrics.
|Ha Ha Ha||4:42|
|Hard to Believe||3:31|
|Everything They Say||3:54|
Title not mentioned. The words aloha milkyway near the end became the name of the following compilation album.
|Para Sa Masa||4:57|