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Smashing Pumpkins

Of all the major alternative rock bands of the early '90s, the Smashing Pumpkins were the group least influenced by traditional underground rock. Lead guitarist/songwriter Billy Corgan fashioned an amalgam of progressive rock, heavy metal, goth rock, psychedelia, and dream pop, creating a layered, powerful sound driven by swirling, distorted guitars. Corgan was wise enough to exploit his angst-ridden lyrics, yet he never shied away from rock star posturing, even if he did cloak it in allegedly ironic gestures. In fact, the Smashing Pumpkins became the model for alternative rock success. Pearl Jam shunned it and Nirvana was too destructive. The Pumpkins, on the other hand, knew how to play the game, signing to a major-subsidized indie for underground credibility and moving to the major in time to make the group a multi-platinum act. And when the Pumpkins did achieve mass success with 1993's Siamese Dream, they went a long way to legitimize heavy metal and orchestrated prog rock, helping move alternative rock even closer to '70s AOR, especially in the eyes of radio programmers and mainstream audiences. Unlike many of their contemporaries, they were able to withstand many internal problems and keep selling records, emerging as the longest-lasting and most successful alternative band of the early '90s.

The son of a jazz guitarist, Billy Corgan grew up in a Chicago suburb, leaving home at the age of 19 to move to Florida with his fledgling goth metal band, the Marked. After the band failed down South, he returned to Chicago around 1988, where he began working at a used-record store. At the shop he met James Iha (guitar), a graphic arts student at Loyola University, and the two began collaborating, performing, and recording songs with a drum machine. Corgan met D'Arcy Wretzky at a club show; after arguing about the merits of the Dan Reed Network, the two became friends and she joined the group as a bassist. Soon, the bandmembers, who named themselves the Smashing Pumpkins, had gained a dedicated local following, which included the head of a local club who booked them to open for Jane's Addiction. Before the pivotal concert, the band hired Jimmy Chamberlin, a former jazz musician, as their full-time drummer.

In 1990, the Smashing Pumpkins released their debut single, "I Am One," on the local Chicago label Limited Potential. The single quickly sold out, and in December the band released "Tristessa" on Sub Pop. By this point, the Smashing Pumpkins had become the subject of a hot bidding war, and the group latched on to a clever way to move to a major label without losing indie credibility. They signed to Virgin Records, yet it was decided that the group's debut would be released on the Virgin subsidiary Caroline, and then the band would move to the majors. The strategy worked; Gish, a majestic mix of Black Sabbath and dream pop produced by Butch Vig, became a huge college and modern rock hit upon its spring 1991 release. While it earned a large audience, many indie rock fans began to snipe at the Smashing Pumpkins, accusing them of being careerists. Such criticism did the Pumpkins no harm and they embarked on an extensive supporting tour for Gish, which lasted over a year and included opening slots for Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. During the Gish tour, tensions between bandmembers began to escalate, as Iha and D'Arcy, who had been lovers, went through a messy breakup, Chamberlin became addicted to drugs and alcohol, and Corgan entered a heavy depression. These tensions hadn't been resolved by the time the group entered the studio with Vig to record its second album.

Toward the beginning of the sessions, the Pumpkins were given significant exposure through the inclusion of "Drown" on the Singles soundtrack in the summer of 1992. As the sessions progressed, Corgan relieved himself of his depression by working heavily -- not only did he write a surplus of songs, he played nearly all of the guitars and bass on each recording, which meant that its release was delayed several times. The resulting album, Siamese Dream, was an immaculate production owing much to Queen, yet it was embraced by critics upon its July 1993 release. Siamese Dream became a blockbuster, debuting at number ten on the charts and establishing the Smashing Pumpkins as stars. "Cherub Rock," the first single, was a modern rock hit, yet it was "Today" and the acoustic "Disarm" that sent the album into the stratosphere, as well as the group's relentless touring. The Smashing Pumpkins became the headliners of Lollapalooza 1994, and following the tour's completion, the band went back into the studio to record a new album that Corgan had already claimed would be a double-disc set. To tide fans over until then, the Pumpkins released the B-sides and rarities album Pisces Iscariot in October 1994.

Working with producers Flood and Alan Moulder, the Smashing Pumpkins recorded as a full band for their third album, which turned out to be, as Corgan predicted, a double-disc set called Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. Although many observers were skeptical about whether a double-disc set, especially one so ridiculously named, would be a commercial success, Mellon Collie became an even bigger hit than Siamese Dream, debuting at number one on the charts. On the strength of the singles "Bullet with Butterfly Wings," "1979," "Zero," and "Tonight, Tonight," it sold over four million copies in the U.S., eventually being certified platinum over eight times (each disc in the set counted separately toward certification). The Pumpkins had graduated to stadium shows for the Mellon Collie tour, and the band was at the peak of its popularity when things began to go wrong again. On July 12, prior to two shows at Madison Square Garden, the group's touring keyboardist, Jonathan Melvoin, died from a heroin overdose; he was with Jimmy Chamberlin, who survived his overdose. In the wake of the tragedy, the remaining Pumpkins fired Chamberlin and spent two months on hiatus as they recovered and searched for a new drummer. Early in August, they announced that Filter member Matt Walker would be their touring drummer and Dennis Flemion, a member of the Frogs, would be their touring keyboardist for the remainder of the year. They returned to the stage at the end of August and spent the next five months on tour. During this time, Corgan contributed some music to Ron Howard's Ransom.

Early in 1997, once the Pumpkins left the road, Iha and D'Arcy launched Scratchie Records, a subsidiary of Mercury. In the spring, the Smashing Pumpkins recorded two songs for the soundtrack of Batman & Robin. Iha's solo debut, Let It Come Down, appeared in early 1998; Adore, the new Smashing Pumpkins LP, followed a few months later to disappointing sales and reviews. Chamberlin returned to the group and D'Arcy exited prior to the early-2000 release of MACHINA: The Machines of God. Several months later, Corgan announced his intentions to dissolve the band before the year was out. With former Hole bassist Melissa Auf der Maur replacing D'Arcy, the band launched its farewell tour in 2000. Fans received one last treat when Corgan and company worked feverishly to finish off tracks that were left over from the MACHINA sessions. Surprisingly, Virgin Records balked at the idea of releasing the 25-track set so close to the release of their previous album, so the band put the entire album (going by the official title of Machina II: The Friends and Enemies of Modern Music) on the Internet for fans to download for free. On December 2 of the same year, the Pumpkins played a mammoth final show at Chicago's Metro (also the venue at which the group played its first show back in 1988) before officially calling it quits.

But the former members of the band didn't wait long before carrying on with other projects -- Corgan spent the summer of 2001 playing guitar with New Order on select concert dates, and later in the year unveiled his new band, Zwan, including Chamberlin on drums (as well as former Chavez guitarist Matt Sweeney and bassist David "Skullfisher" Pajo). The other two former Pumpkins, Iha and Auf der Maur, began putting together an alt-rock supergroup dubbed the Virgins. The same year, a pair of postmortem Pumpkins collections were issued for the holiday season -- a double-disc collection and a DVD both called Greatest Hits. Corgan released his first solo album, The Future Embrace, in 2005, and on the day it came out, he took out a full-page ad in The Chicago Tribune to announce that the Smashing Pumpkins were reuniting. He hadn't informed any of his past bandmates, and only Chamberlin went along. Zeitgeist, a heavier album than any past Pumpkins album, was released in 2007.

The group promoted the album heavily well into 2008, but at the end of the year, Corgan announced that the group would no longer record albums, and would instead only issue singles. It wasn't the only change in the band. Corgan announced the departure of Chamberlin in March 2009, making him the last remaining original member of the band that by then consisted of guitarist Jeff Schroeder, bassist Nicole Fiorentino, and drummer Mike Byrne. Once the dust settled, Corgan followed through on his promise to issue only short-form releases, putting out the track "A Song for a Son" in December of 2009. Scattered songs from the band's Teargarden by Kaleidyscope concept were released over the next two years as free downloads, with physical collections of the tracks released in 2010 by way of the EP box sets Songs for a Sailor and The Solstice Bare. In 2012, Corgan decided to take a break from the single-centric concept and released Oceania. Ostensibly the Smashing Pumpkins' eighth studio album, Oceania was also designated part of a 44-track concept titled Teargarden. In 2014, Corgan announced that he would be releasing two albums the following year under a new deal with BMG, which would tie up the Teargarden concept; these would be titled Monuments to an Elegy and Day for Night. By this point, Fiorentino and Byrne had left the band, and drums on Monuments to an Elegy were played by Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe. Monuments was released on December 9, 2014 and debuted in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200. Chamberlin returned to the band for a 2015 tour, although the promised Day for Night failed to materialize on schedule. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & Greg Prato
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Monuments To An Elegy

1. Tiberius

2. Being Beige

3. Anaise!

4. One And All

5. Run2me

6. Drum + Fife

7. Monuments

8. Dorian

9. Anti-Hero

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Track List: Oceania

1. Quasar

2. Panopticon

3. The Celestials

4. Violet Rays

5. My Love Is Winter

6. One Diamond, One Heart

7. Pinwheels

8. Oceania

9. Pale Horse

10. The Chimera

11. Glissandra

12. Inkless

13. Wildflower

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Track List: Teargarden By Kaleidyscope Volume II: The Solstice Bare

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Track List: Teargarden By Kaleidyscope Vol. 1

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Track List: Machina- The Machines Of God

1. The Everlasting Gaze

2. Raindrops + Sunshowers

3. Stand Inside Your Love

4. I Of The Mourning

5. The Sacred And Profane

6. Try, Try, Try

7. Heavy Metal Machine

8. This Time

9. The Imploding Voice

10. Glass And The Ghost Children

11. Wound

12. The Crying Tree Of Mercury

13. With Every Light

14. Blue Skies Bring Tears

15. Age Of Innocence

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Track List: Adore (Super Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. To Sheila

2. Ava Adore

3. Perfect

4. Daphne Descends

5. Once Upon A Time

6. Tear

7. Crestfallen

8. Appels + Oranjes

9. Pug

10. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete

11. Annie-Dog

12. Shame

13. Behold! The Night Mare

14. For Martha

15. Blank Page

16. 17

Disc 2

1. To Sheila (Mono)

2. Ava Adore (Mono)

3. Perfect (Mono)

4. Daphne Descends (Mono)

5. Once Upon A Time (Mono)

6. Tear (Mono)

7. Crestfallen (Mono)

8. Appels + Oranjes (Mono)

9. Pug (Mono)

10. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete (Mono)

11. Annie-Dog (Mono)

12. Shame (Mono)

13. Behold! The Night Mare (Mono)

14. For Martha (Mono)

15. Blank Page (Mono)

Disc 3

1. Blissed And Gone (Sadlands Demo)

2. Christmastime (Sadlands Demo)

3. My Mistake (Sadlands Demo)

4. Sparrow (Sadlands Demo)

5. Valentine (Sadlands Demo)

6. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete (Sadlands Demo)

7. What If? (Streeterville Demo)

8. Chewing Gum (CRC Demo)

9. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete (CRC Demo)

10. The Ethers Tragic (CRC Demo) (Instrumental) (2014 Mix)

11. The Guns Of Love Disastrous (CRC Demo) (Instrumental) (2014 Mix)

12. Annie-Dog (CRC Demo) (Take 10)

13. Once In A While (CRC Demo) (2014 Mix)

14. Do You Close Your Eyes When You Kiss Me? (CRC Demo)

15. For Martha (CRC Demo) (Take 1)

16. My Mistake (CRC Demo) (Take 1)

17. Blissed And Gone (CRC Demo)

18. For Martha (CRC Demo) (Take 2) (Instrumental)

Disc 4

1. For Martha (Symphonic Snippet) (Instrumental)

2. Crestfallen (Matt Walker Reimagined/2014)

3. To Sheila (Early Banjo Version)

4. Ava Adore (Puffy Combs Remix/1998)

5. O Rio (Instrumental) (Sadlands Demo)

6. Waiting

7. Once Upon A Time (Sadlands Demo)

8. Eye

9. Saturnine (For Piano And Voice)

10. Cash Car Star (Matt Walker Reimagined/2014)

11. Pug (Matt Walker Reimagined/2014)

12. Perfect (No Strings Version)

13. It's Alright (Instrumental)

14. Czarina (Take 1)

15. Indecision (Sadlands Demo)

16. Blank Page (Early Version)

Disc 5

1. Let Me Give The World To You

2. Tear (Digital Transfer)

3. Cross

4. Because You Are

5. Jersey Shore (Sadlands Demo)

6. Shame (Take 1)

7. Summer (Instrumental)

8. Blissed And Gone (Drone Version)

9. Heaven (Instrumental) (Sadlands Demo)

10. Daphne Descends (Matt Walker Reimagined/2014)

11. Saturnine (Matt Walker Reimagined/2014)

12. Behold! The Nightmare (Alternate Vocal)

13. Perfect (Acoustic Demo)

14. Do You Close Your Eyes?

15. The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning

Disc 6

1. Ava Adore (Live/San Paulo Session)

2. Daphne Descends (Live/San Paulo Session)

3. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete (Live/San Paulo Session)

4. Tear (Live/San Paulo Session)

5. Shame (Live Mancow's Morning Madhouse Session, Chicago, IL./1998)

6. Blank Page (Live Mancow's Morning Madhouse Session, Chicago, IL./1998)

7. To Sheila (Live At Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN./1998)

8. Money (That's What I Want) (Live At Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA./1998)

9. X.Y.U. Medley (Live At Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA./1998)

10. Transmission (Live Rehearsal, Chicago, IL./1998)

Disc 7
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Track List: Adore

1. To Sheila

2. Ava Adore

3. Perfect

4. Daphne Descends

5. Once Upon A Time

6. Tear

7. Crestfallen

8. Appels + Oranjes

9. Pug

10. The Tale Of Dusty And Pistol Pete

11. Annie Dog

12. Shame

13. Behold! The Night Mare

14. For Martha

15. Blank Page

16. 17

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Track List: Aeroplane Flies High

Disc 1

1. Bullet With Butterfly Wings

2. ...Said Sadly

3. You're All I've Got Tonight

4. Clones (We're All)

5. A Night Like This

6. Destination Unknown

7. Dreaming

8. Movers And Shakirs

9. Germans In Leather Pants

10. Millieu

11. Jackboot

12. A/Ab/E/B/F#

13. Rings

14. Ugly

15. Blaster Caster

16. Little Ditty

17. Verily I Say

18. New Waver

19. The Groover

20. Ravi Revi Roo

21. On The Loose

22. Slurry

Disc 2

1. 1979

2. Ugly

3. Believe

4. Cherry

5. The Boy

6. Set The Ray To Jerry

Disc 3

1. Zero

2. God

3. Mouths Of Babes

4. Tribute To Johnny

5. Marquis In Spades

6. Pennies

7. Pastichio Medley

8. By Starlight

9. Set The Ray To Jerry

10. Mouths Of Babes

11. Cupid De Locke

13. To Forgive

14. Lily (My One & Only)

15. Here Is No Why

Disc 4

1. Tonight, Tonight

2. Meladori Magpie

3. Rotten Apples

4. Medellia Of The Gray Skies

5. Jupiter's Lament

7. Tonite Reprise

8. Stumbleine

9. Ugly

10. Meladori Magpie

11. God

12. Love

13. Pissant

14. Hello Kitty Kat

15. Special Winner's Song

16. I Just Wanna Make Love To You

Disc 5

1. Thirty-Three

2. The Last Song

3. The Aeroplane Flies High

4. Transformer

5. The Bells

6. My Blue Heaven

Disc 6
Disc 7
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Track List: Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness

Disc 1

1. Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness

2. Tonight, Tonight

3. Jellybelly

4. Zero

5. Here Is No Why

6. Bullet With Butterfly Wings

7. To Forgive

8. An Ode To No One

9. Love

10. Cupid De Locke

11. Galapogos

12. Muzzle

13. Porcelina Of The Vast Oceans

14. Take Me Down

Disc 2

1. Where Boys Fear To Tread

2. Bodies

3. Thirty-Three

4. In The Arms Of Sleep

5. 1979

6. Tales Of A Scorched Earth

7. Thru The Eyes Of Ruby

8. Stumbleine

9. X.Y.U.

10. We Only Come Out At Night

11. Beautiful

12. Lily (My One And Only)

13. By Starlight

14. Farewell And Goodnight

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Track List: Pisces Iscariot

2. Frail And Bedazzled

3. Plume

4. Whir

5. Blew Away

6. Pissant

7. Hello Kitty Kat

8. Obscured

9. Landslide

10. Starla

11. Blue

12. Girl Named Sandoz

13. La Dolly Vita

14. Spaced

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Track List: Siamese Dream (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Cherub Rock

2. Quiet

3. Today

4. Hummer

5. Rocket

6. Disarm

7. Soma

8. Geek U.S.A.

9. Mayonaise

10. Spaceboy

11. Silverfuck

12. Sweet Sweet

13. Luna

Disc 2

1. Pissant (Siamese Sessions Rough Mix)

2. Siamese Dream (Broadway Rehearsals Demo)

3. Stp (Rehearsal Demo)

4. Frail And Bedazzled (Soundworks Demo)

5. Luna (Apartment Demo)

6. Quiet (BBC Session/BC Mix)

7. Moleasskiss (Soundworks Demo)

8. Hello Kitty Kat (Soundworks Demo)

9. Today (Broadway Rehearsal Demo)

10. Never Let Me Down Again (BBC Session)

11. Apathy's Last Kiss (Siamese Sessions Rough Mix)

12. Ache (Silverfuck Rehearsal Demo)

13. U.S.A. (Soundworks Demo)

14. U.S.S.R. (Soundworks Demo)

15. Spaceboy (Acoustic Mix)

16. Rocket (Rehearsal Demo)

17. Disarm (Acoustic Mix)

18. Soma (Instrumental Mix)

Disc 3
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Track List: Siamese Dream

1. Cherub Rock

2. Quiet

3. Today

4. Hummer

5. Rocket

6. Disarm

7. Soma

8. Geek U.S.A

9. Mayonaise

10. Spaceboy

11. Silverfuck

12. Sweet Sweet

13. Luna

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Track List: Gish

1. I Am One

2. Siva

3. Rhinoceros

4. Bury Me

5. Crush

6. Suffer

7. Snail

8. Tristessa

9. Window Paine

10. Daydream

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Track List: Gish (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. I Am One

2. Siva

3. Rhinoceros

4. Bury Me

5. Crush

6. Suffer

7. Snail

8. Tristessa

9. Window Paine

10. Daydream

Disc 2

1. Starla (2011 Mix)

2. Siva (Peel Session)

3. Honeyspider (Reel Time Demos / 2011 Mix)

4. Hippy Trippy (Crush Music Box Demo)

5. Snail (Live Radio Performance)

6. Plume (2011 Mix)

7. Bury Me (Reel Time Demos / 2011 Mix)

8. Daydream (Old House Demo)

9. Tristessa (Sub Pop Single / 2011 Mix)

10. Girl Named Sandoz (Peel Session)

11. Jesus Is The Sun (Apartment Demo)

12. Blue (Gish Sessions Demo)

13. Smiley (Gish Sessions Demo)

14. I Am One (Reel Time Demos / 2011 Mix)

15. Scam (Suffer / Apartment Demo)

16. La Dolly Vita (Sub Pop Single / 2011 Mix)

17. Pulseczar (Gish Sessions Demo)

18. Drown (Alternate Guitar Solo)

Disc 3
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Track List: Being Beige (Single)

1. Being Beige

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Track List: Doomsday Clock (Radio Single)

1. Doomsday Clock

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Track List: Drum + Fife (Single)

6. Drum + Fife

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Track List: Freak (Radio Single)

1. Freak

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Track List: G.L.O.W. (Radio Single)

1. G.L.O.W.

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Siva

2. Rhinocerous

3. Drown

4. Cherub Rock

5. Today

6. Disarm

7. Landslide

8. Bullet With Butterfly Wings

9. 1979

10. Zero

11. Tonight, Tonight

12. Eye

13. Ava Adore

14. Perfect

15. The Everlasting Gaze

16. Stand Inside Your Love

17. Real Love

18. Untitled

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Track List: Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness

2. Tonight, Tonight

3. Jellybelly

4. Zero

5. Here Is No Why

6. Bullet With Butterfly Wings

7. To Forgive

8. An Ode To No One

9. Love

10. Cupid De Locke

11. Galapogos

12. Muzzle

13. Porcelina Of The Vast Oceans

14. Take Me Down

Disc 2

1. Where Boys Fear To Tread

2. Bodies

3. Thirty-Three

4. In The Arms Of Sleep

5. 1979

6. Tales Of A Scorched Earth

7. Thru The Eyes Of Ruby

8. Stumbleine

9. X.Y.U.

10. We Only Come Out At Night

11. Beautiful

12. Lily (My One And Only)

13. By Starlight

14. Farewell And Goodnight

Disc 3

1. Tonight, Tonight (Strings Alone Mix)

2. Methusela (Sadlands Demo)

3. X.Y.U. (Take 11)

4. Zero (Synth Mix)

5. Feelium (Sandlands Demo)

6. Autumn Nocturne (Sadlands Demo)

7. Beautiful (Loop Version)

8. Ugly (Sadlands Demo)

9. Ascending Guitars (Sadlands Demo)

10. By Starlight (Flood Rough)

11. Medellia Of The Gray Skies (Take 1)

12. Lover (Arrangement 1 Demo)

13. Thru The Eyes Of Ruby (Take 7)

14. In The Arms Of Sleep (Early Live Demo)

15. Lily (My One And Only) (Sadlands Demo)

16. 1979 (Sadlands Demo)

17. Glamey Glamey (Sadlands Demo)

18. Meladori Magpie (Remastered)

19. Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (Home Piano Version)

20. Galapagos (Instrumental/Sadlands Demo)

21. To Forgive (Sadlands Demo)

Disc 4

1. Bullet With Butterfly Wings (Sadlands Demo)

2. Set The Ray To Jerry (Vocal Rough)

3. Thirty-Three (Sadlands Demo)

4. Cupid De Locke (BT 2012 Mix)

5. Porcelina Of The Vast Oceans (Live Studio Rough)

6. Jellybelly (Instrumental/Pit Mix 3)

7. The Aeroplane Flies High (Turns Left, Looks Right) (2012 - Remaster)

8. Jupiter's Lament (Barbershop Version)

9. Bagpipes Drone (Sadlands Demo)

10. Tonight, Tonight (Band Version Only, No Strings)

11. Knuckles (Studio Outtake)

12. Pennies (Remastered)

13. Here Is No Why (Pumpkinland Demo)

14. Blast (Fuzz Version)

15. Towers Of Rabble (Live)

16. Rotten Apples

17. Fun Time (Sadlands Demo)

18. Thru The Eyes Of Ruby (Acoustic Version)

19. Chinoise (Sadlands Demo)

20. Speed

Disc 5

1. Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (Nighttime Version 1)

2. Galapagos (Sadlands Demo)

3. Cherry (BT 2012 Mix)

4. Love (Flood Rough)

5. New Waver (Sadlands Demo)

6. An Ode To No One (Production Master Rough)

7. Isolation (BT 2012 Mix)

8. Transformer (Early Mix)

9. Dizzle (Sadlands Demo)

10. Goodnight (Basic Vocal Rough)

11. Eye (Soundworks Demo)

12. Blank (Sadlands Demo)

13. Beautiful (Instrumental-Middle 8)

14. My Blue Heaven (BT 2012 Mix)

15. One And Two

16. Zoom (7 Ips)

17. Pastichio Medley (Reversed Extras)

18. Marquis In Spades (BT 2012 Mix)

19. Tales Of A Scorched Earth (Instrumental) (Pit Mix 3)

20. Tonight Reprise (Version 1)

21. Wishing You Were Real (Home Demo)

22. Thru The Eyes Of Ruby (Pit Mix 3)

23. Phang (Sadlands Demo)

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Track List: One And All (Single)

4. One And All

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Track List: Tarantula (Radio Single)

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Track List: The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning (Radio Single)

1. The Beginning Is The End Is The Beginning

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Don't read this you will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life.tomorro w will be the best day of you life.Now you've started don't stop this is so freaky .But is you ignore them you will have bad luck.put this on 15 songs in 144 mins.When you are done push space bar then you crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen this is so freaky it actually works.
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Billy Corgan is gifted!!!
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Long Life To the 90s and to the Gen X we definitely rock the the history \m/
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Definitely a THC song.
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Better than Gen. Y...And I feel ya...Just pulled 49 myself...
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Wow just realized turning 50 in 3 month ouch....
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49 and definitely gen x.....
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Right?! Us 40 something, generation x kids...
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Sure glad I survived those days. Praise God, literally...
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No Doubt... Reminds me of the days when I was so baked a fly on the wall would entertain me for hours... or something like that...
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Crazy reckless memories
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Today is the greatest day I've ever known!!! Beautiful!! Rock on
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I love alternative rock. And this is just the absolute best!!!�����
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The Smashing Pumpkins will forever rock. Check out my cover of Mayonaise on YouTube!
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Enjoy the MUSIC
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Zero!!!! Playing now on a station of mine. Halloween is almost here!!!
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Yes awesome band
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Great band!
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OMG I love this song so much. Some of my best childhood memories are to this song's.
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Graduated high school 1979...alway s liked that song for obvious reasons
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Hello!
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And we CAN be saved...
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Billy we are all rats in a cage....
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nicocamp02
Smashing Pumpkins is one of the greatest alternative rock bands of the 90s along with Tool,Nirvana , A l i c e in Chains,Radio h e a d , W e e z e r , a n d Beck
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Love 90 big fan smashing
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justinjenny4 9 5
❤❤❤❤❤
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Right on ...These guys have always been one of my fav bands..
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Love so many Pumpkins songs. In The Arms Of Sleep and And Eye are probably the only ones I haven't heard in a while. I'll be patient to hear them on S.P. channel though...
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Pumkins are perfect ❤❤❤❤
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Smashing Pumpkins are pure magic
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This song is cool
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Zero sped up by the pumpkins sounds almost like left behind by slipknot.
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gish is one of greatest 90's albums
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Today is the day.
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Zzzz
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:-p
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Love them forever.
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andrealee410
000SC Po0
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Paul want to be gates
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Ahh, I love The Smashing Pumpkins. ♡
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Billy Coragan, Smashing Pumpkins.

Homer Simpson, smiling politely...
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Hi
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Love this song and also the rythum of the song is the s**t lol from Jose in los Angeles CA.
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This song is perfect ❤❤
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MLF!

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\ ^ ^ | ✨⚡️❤️✨⚡️ | ^ ^ /
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J⚡️U⚡️S⚡️T⚡️ A T O U C H
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HOLE radio is only station which has

Kooh catchy tunes
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