The song was originally recorded with Rick Rubin for Adore but was left off the final track list.
You’ve got to hand it to Billy Corgan: the Smashing Pumpkins frontman stays prolific.
Just before Thanksgiving 1988, Corgan was offered a chance to open for Jane’s Addiction. Despite the gig not going as well as he’d liked, a friendship was born that night that would last more than two decades.
Billy Corgan announced via a post on Smashing Pumpkins’ official website yesterday that Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee will be playing on the Pumpkins’ next album.
Recording sessions begin today, as plenty of songs have been written and ready to go.
Why do bands even bother saying they’re doing a farewell tour anymore?
Why make this list of incidents that may make us sad and lose faith in our rock heros? Because like a mountain or a train wreck, they’re there and we cannot look away. 1991, Axl […]
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan has brought his well-known love of professional wrestling to a humorous TV ad for hometown Chicago furniture supplier Walter E. Smithe. Corgan, who launched the Resistance Pro Wrestling promotion company […]
Billy Corgan On Performing Smashing Pumpkins Songs: ‘Overly Sentimental Culture As A New Business Model Is Really Weak’
Don’t expect Billy Corgan to dust off classic Smashing Pumpkins albums like “Gish” or “Siamese Dream” in concert anytime soon. It’s just not his style.
Chicago’s Smashing Pumpkins are asking fans to “Imagine Oceania”…to create art in a variety of mediums, inspired by the songs on their new album Oceania.