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About Smashing Pumpkins
A large element of Smashing Pumpkins’ music is introspective, deliberate, and ornate, but you’ll find little of that at their live shows.
A Smashing Pumpkins concert is an exciting affair. You’ll be bombarded by a continual rush of adrenaline and a steady stream of fervent alternative rock.
Smashing Pumpkins are one of the greatest bands to come out of the 1990s. They gained national attention in 1993 with the release of their sophomore effort, Siamese Dream.
The album, which has sold more than six million copies, contains the songs “Cherub Rock,” “Today,” and “Disarm.” Siamese Dream is a frequent entry on lists chronicling the best LPs of the decade.
Their follow up was their magnum opus, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. Released in 1995, Mellon Collie picked up seven Grammy nominations and produced the classic tracks “1979,” “Bullet with Butterfly Rings,” and “Tonight, Tonight.”
Mellon Collie highlighted Billy Corgan’s, the band’s frontman and principle songwriter, penchant for cerebral lyrics, haunting melodies, and grandiose accompaniments.
Corgan founded the band with James Iha (guitar), Jimmy Chamberlin (drums), and D'arcy Wretzky (bass).