Ever heard the OPM band, Cambio? If not, well.. I recommend you to waste a minute or two for this. :)
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 endeavor, Markus Highway. Zabala, Marasigan and Gorra (later, Gorra-Dancel) decided to continue on, adding Ebe Dancel of Sugarfree and Diego Mapa (of Monsterbot and Pedicab); and thus becoming Cambio.
Cambio is well-known for having songs about Pinoy Pop Culture, such as DV (Divisoria, a commercial place in Manila which is popular for having affordable goods) and Call Center (a budding industry in the Philippines).
Since 2004, (I was 4th grade at that time, and only 9 years old) Cambio’s music never fails to make me smile. Especially their single DV. (A shortened term for Divisoria.) I can really relate to that song because at that time, I don’t know how to go to Divisoria. My parents wouldn’t bring me there.. So.. /can relate ang drama ko nun.
My kuya dexter introduced me to their music. We were like hanging out inside our room when we both heard their song in NU Rock 107. I find the song very catchy. I immediately requested to my kuya to buy me a copy of their CD. Then after a few days, he bought me one! YAY! Kaso, pirated. And every morning before I go to school, I listen to their songs.
Then during break time, I’m like singing DV. Hahaha. But my friends can’t relate.. So.. I’m very depressed at that time. /loljk.