Smashing Pumpkins Learn Some New Tricks on Shiny and Oh So Bright


When the Smashing Pumpkins followed up 1995’s 10 million-selling opus Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness with Adore—one of those shoegaze-y electro-rock albums that cropped up from every crack in the pavement in the late ‘90s—the band may as well have committed commercial suicide. That’s not to disparage that album or its direction,

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