Hello. There seems to be no dedicated Filipino/Philippine forum for Filipino lost media, so I am posting here (since I assume this community welcomes international lost media). I recently gained an interest in lost media in general, and discovered that the full music video for the Eraserheads' popular song "Ang Huling El Bimbo" (The last El Bimbo) is not in the Internet. A five-minute version is in YouTube, uploaded by the EraserheadsVEVO account. However, the song is eight minutes long, and it appears that something was cut from the video currently available.
Here is a Wikipedia article for the song. It states, "The instrumental part of the music video was omitted during its broadcast on MTV Pinoy," but does not cite any source.
Curiously, the article does not describe the lyrics and the plot of the available music video, which corresponds to the lyrics. The song is essentially a tragedy, with the singer reminiscing about a friend from his youth who he danced the El Bimbo with. He tries to reconcile with the friend years later, hoping to dance with her again. Unfortunately, he finds out that his friend had already been killed by a car crash.
I watched the video on the making of the music video linked in my original post above and noticed that two scenes were shot which are not in the available music video but may have appeared on the full music video: * 4:29-4:46: The men (who are also the members of the band) say some words before throwing the papers they were reading and walking out * 4:53-5:01: The girl as an adult is spinning around before throwing leaves on the camera. (It appears she was rising from the ground, like a zombie. This belief is strengthened by the fact that she was buried in leaves in 4:46.)