Barbie’s Cradle formed in the Philippines through the remnants of the band called Hungry Adolescent Poets, which featured vocalist and guitarist Barbie Almalbis, Franklin Benitez on drums, and bassist Ricci Gurango. Following the trio got worked together like a device for 3 years, and Hungry Adolescent Poets got made its tag using the singles “Firewoman” and “Torpe,” the group disbanded. Gurango proceeded to determine a music group of his personal, while Benitez and Almalbis continued to be collectively and founded Barbie’s Cradle, enlisting Rommel Dela Cruz to try out bass. Warner Music Philippines released the band’s eponymous debut in 1999. The recording of twelve paths spawned the singles “Goodnyt,” “Tabing Ilog,” and “The Dance.” The record business released Music Through the Buffet Table the next year. The recording includes 14 amounts, one of which really is a concealed track. In addition, it carries a cover of Hotdog’s “Langit Na Naman,” which is normally sung in the Tagalog vocabulary. Barbie’s Cradle’s edition of the melody is also highlighted on the BMG tribute record to Hotdog.