Hidden Meaning of Eraserheads' song 'SPOLARIUM' links to Pepsi Paloma's Terrifying Unresolved Case
The songs of Eraserheads are very meaningful to me because it reminded me of my nostalgic childhood days. Songs like Ang Huling El Bimbo ( tragic death of a childhood crush ), Alapaap ( got banned from being played in radio stations because some critics believe it’s a song about prohibited dr#gs), Magasin, Toyang, Para sa Masa, Pare ko, etc. have corresponding appealing meanings while others have vague insinuations.Featured Story: Carrot Man of the Cordillera, Mountain Province Drives Women Crazy and Wild on Social Media
In this article, I’m going to talk about one specific song of Eraserheads which stood out for the reason that it portrays more contentious meaning – SPOLARIUM. So what’s the big deal with Spolarium? Well.. its lyrics allegedly narrated a very terrifying event which occurred a couple of decades ago.
I don’t want you to keep on guessing the Spolarium’s rumored “hidden meaning”, so I would like to present to you its lyrics and I will try to decipher some of its lines. (What you are going to read are interpretations collected from various people and web sources as listed in this article. Some of these rumors were passed to different people through word of mouth. These are not facts and I do not claim any evidence and proof regarding these speculations.)
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