The Smashing Pumpkins playing at The Metro in Chicago, 1993.
Bonus from reissue of "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" album. Registered live on April 7, 1996 at the Philipshalle in Düsseldorf, Germany that was filmed by the German TV show Rockpalast. Tracklist : 01. "Fuck You (An Ode to No One)" 02. "Muzzle" 03. "Cherub Rock" 04. "X.Y.U."
Smashing Pumpkins perform exclusively for MTV World Stage at Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico, in 26-08-2010.
Vieuphoria is a long form music video by The Smashing Pumpkins originally released on VHS on October 4, 1994 and DVD on November 26, 2002. It was certified Gold by the RIAA in late 1996. The video consists of various Smashing Pumpkins performances, mostly from the Siamese Dream tour, interspersed with comedy bits (including "Meet the Frogs"), interviews, featurettes, and other short videos.
The 666 is a bootleg video, recorded at Pumpkinland in March 1995. It is a video of The Smashing Pumpkins in the studio, rehearsing tracks for their album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. It was recorded by MTV for their Rockumentary about The Smashing Pumpkins. "The video is a lot like Let It Be, only there's no Yoko and The Pumpkins aren't breaking up." -Jesse Miller
This might just be the only disc of it's kind. It contains lossless audio AND video Pumpkins, which remains something of a rarity to this day. Though the quality vary between the clips, it represents the best available source, at least as of yet, for each one of them. They are by all but stringent academic standards identical to the respective broadcasts sent out in the first place.
Live concert taped and released free by and to the public Quasar 1:29 Panopticon 6:55 Starla 10:48 Geek USA 20:41 Muzzle 25:45 Window Paine 30:00 Lightning Strikes 36:57 Soma 41:35 Siva 48:18 Oceania 56:35 Frail and Bedazzled 1:08:15 Silverfuck 1:11:16 Obscured 1:22:54 Pale Horse 1:27:00 Ruby 1:32:18 I Am One tease 1:39:14 Cherub Rock 1:40:49 Owata 1:45:54 My Love is Winter 1:51:30 For Martha 1:49:58 ----- Pissant 2:05:32 Bullet With Butterfly Wings 2:08:18 Compiled using Youtube 720p+ sources (See header) and masters mailed to me by spguitar0. Most clips were deshaked (Gunner Thalin) and cleaned using NeatVideo. Due to the intense lighting SP used this tour it's highly advised that you switch the playback resolution to 720p. Click the 360p button on the bottom right of the player to swtich to 720p HD. There was only one video source for Panopticon(Pit), Owata, My Love Is Winter, and For Martha. Credit to SPGuitar and MouseCasey whose film was integral to this project.
The concert, “Smashing Pumpkins–The Fillmore Residency,” features seven new tracks as well as older hits like “Blue Skies Bring Tears,” “Super Christ,” “Starla,” “No Surrender,” “The Rose March,” and “Zeitgeist.”
On this DVD you'll find two seperate and dinstinct performances, one at the peak of the original line-up in 1998 live in Brussels, the other featuring Corgan's latest formation since 2011 live in New York. Both shows display the intensity and quality of one of alt rock's best band!
Bonus from reissue of "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" album. Registered live on May 15, 1996 at the Brixton Academy in London, England, originally filmed by MTV Europe. Tracklist : 1. "Tonight, Tonight" 2. "1979" 3. "Zero" 4. "Here Is No Why" 5. "To Forgive" 6. "Thru the Eyes of Ruby" 7. "Porcelina of the Vast Oceans" 8. "Jellybelly" 9. "Silverfuck" 10. "Disarm" 11. "Bullet with Butterfly Wings"
A feature-length documentary about The Smashing Pumpkins, which chronicles the band's residencies at The Orange Peel in Asheville and The Fillmore in San Francisco in summer 2007. The documentary covers Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan's attempts to write and debut new music at the residencies, as well as the revival of the band with new members.
Smashing Pumpkins - Rock in Rio 2012 Zero Bullet With Butterfly Wings Today Starla The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning Quasar Panopticon Tonite Reprise Tonight, Tonight Ava Adore Neverlost The Everlasting Gaze Oceania 1979 Cherub Rock Muzzle Disarm Space Oddity X.Y.U. Black Diamond
Recorded live at the Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, June 30, 2000. Tracks: Glass And The Ghost Children - The Everlasting Gaze - Heavy Metal Machine - Blew Away - Stand Inside Your Love - Cherub Rock - I Of The Mourning - To Sheila - This Time - Ava Adore - Try, Try, Try - Rock On - Bullet with Butterfly Wings - Today - Fuck You (An Ode To No One) - Blank Page - Mayonaise -1979
Finally the Smashing Pumpkins made their way to Utrecht. A few days earlier the band walked of stage in Brussels after two songs. Billie Corgan had a throat infection and wasn't able to sing anymore. So one of the two remaining U.K. dates was off and the continuation of Utrecht was very unsure. But he kept his voice and decided to do the last gig of the pre-release 'Machina - the machines of god' tour. (release February 28th).
Documentary of the history of the alternative rock band, The Smashing Pumpkins. Story follows the band from their formative years in the late 1980's to their final performance together in December 2000.
Tracks: 01 Intro 02 Quasar 03 Panopticon 04 The Celestials 05 Violet Rays 06 My Love is Winter 07 One Diamond, One Heart 08 Pinwheels 09 Oceania 10 Pale Horse 11 The Chimera 12 Glissandra 13 Inkless 14 Wildflower 15 Space Oddity 16 X.y.u 17 Disarm 18 Tonite Reprise 19 Tonight, Tonight 20 Bullet with Butterfly Wings 21 The Dream Machine 22 Hummer 23 Ava Adore 24 Cherub Rock 25 Zero
WDR Broadcast of Rock Am Ring, June 2nd, 2007
Smashing Pumpkins play for their hometown in this DVD extra that is included with the remastered Siamese Dream reissue deluxe CD.
The package also includes a DVD consisting of footage from two live shows: Tracks 1–11 taken from the group's concert of May 15, 1996 at the Brixton Academy in London, England, originally filmed by MTV Europe, and tracks 12–15 from their show of April 7, 1996 at the Philipshalle in Düsseldorf, Germany that was filmed by the German TV show Rockpalast. The bonus content and special features were curated from the band's archives by Corgan, and have been remastered from the original master tapes by Bob Ludwig