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Raimund Marasigan

Drummer from Philippines

Raimund Marasigan Raimund Emmanuel Parcon Marasigan, (born May 22, 1971) or simply known as Raimund Marasigan, is a ballad musician and record producer in the Philippines. Oftentimes, his first name is misspelled as Raymond, Raymund, Raimond and other variants. The breadth of his projects has made him one of the most well-respected mainstays of the Philippine rock band scene. He was the drummer, vocalist and lyricist alongside former bandmate Ely Buendia of The Eraserheads, and the current keyboard/synths player for Pedicab, former rhythm guitarist and now frontman of Sandwich, current drummer of Cambio, vocalist of Project 1 and the man behind Squid 9. Currently, he holds bass for his newest band, Gaijin. Aside from writing songs and being a musician, he is also a record producer, voice actor, TV host and product endorser. He first achieved fame as drummer for the rock band, Eraserheads, one of the most popular Philippine bands of the 1990s. He played the drums, provided backing vocals, and occasionally sang on lead vocals. Marasigan's songwriting output for the Eraserheads was only next to that of its principal songwriter, Ely Buendia. In 2002, vocalist-guitarist Ely Buendia left the Eraserheads,  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Lemon,Marasigan, Raimund,Raimund Emmanuel Parcon Marasigan,Sugar Raims
Date of birth
1971-05-22
Place of birth
Philippines
Nationality
Philippines
Profession
Drummer

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