The Official PULP Wayback Machine
Witness the evolution - the audiomorphosis of the local and international music scene as we take you back to the time it all started, 1999, and back to the present made possible by you. You are viewing the official wayback machine of PULP Magazine, providing you a trip back to music history in the last decade... IN YOUR FACE!
• March 2006
Inside this Issue:
6Cyclemind has had it's massive share of bad times despite their seemingly perfect formula to success and their ability to come up with positive, radio-friendly rock and roll. Read about their recently released album, Panorama, and how it wasn't actually supposed to come out.
It's Time To Move On
Ara Mina has played different characters in her career as one of the country's sexed-up movie stars. But in real life, Ara is set up to take another role, this time as a pop star.
There's No Business Like Nu Metal
Korn following in Robbie William's footsteps? Though that might seem strange, you'll see how the band that practically gave us nu metal is revolutionizing the way artists and record companies are working hand-in-hand. Band managers and music business enthusiasts take note!
On The Second CD, They Rose Again
Kapatid is experiencing a renaissance of some sort with their new line up and new album Luha, the band's second studio release after three years. But even with a few modifications and frankly, more than a few setbacks in their continuing struggle to provide music with balls, Kapatid still rocks like a bush on fire.
You live with your MOM?!
Patrick Stump, the vocalist for hip new band Fall Out Boy, answers Liz Anne Bautista's pressing questions about selling out, living with his folks, guilty pleasures, and... Christina Aguillera!