1. The Bloomfields - The Bloomfields (2007, CD)
I first saw them a year ago during the freshman orientation seminar which I was a part of, and I almost forgot about them if not for a single sighting of their music video. Waiting for my friends in a mall I decided to go check out the record shop, and I saw the front littered with the CD. It had 17 tracks, which for me was too long, consisting of two-and-a-half minute songs. The album features classics from The Beatles and Antonio Carlos Jobim interpreted in classic 50's and 60's rock Pinoy-style. There are only four Tagalog originals though, and there lies the weakness of the album. It's a shame because I found the originals to be the highlight of the album.
2. Radiohead - I Might Be Wrong: Live Recordings (2001, Digital)
Being a live recording EP…