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Old 12-07-07, 01:53 PM
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Smashing Pumpkin fans - B-sides album

Hey Smashing Pumpkin fans, I'm trying to make a album of b-sides for a friend of mine. If you are a fan, you know that billy is a prolific writer, so there are many b-sides/demos etc. The problem I am facing is having a hard time whitling it down to just one album.

Help?
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My blue Heaven should be on there.
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Glynis
Sad Peter Pan
Dross
Cash Car Star

F it. SD, send me a PM with your physical address and I'll take care of you.
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Starla
Clones
You're All I've Got Tonight
Dross
Let Me Give The World to You

Are my favorites.
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All I know is "Pennies" has to be on there.
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the Judas O disc.
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Must be included:

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Mayonnaise (Acoustic) if that counts
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01.Starla.....everyone else is wrong. This is THE ESSENTIAL SP B-SIDE.
02.Frail & Bedazzled
03.Whir
04.Set The Ray To Jerry
05.Cherry
06.Pennies
07.Jupiters Lament
08.The Last Song
09.The Boy
10.Once In A While
11.Saturnine (Adore Version)
12.Mouths Of Babes
13.Clones...We're All (Alice Cooper Cover)
14.You're All I've Got Tonight (Cars Cover)
15.Soot & Stars
16.Tonight Reprise...was on the 1st tracklisting of MCIS but one of the 3 songs cut.

....I'd put "Let Me Give The World To You" but I consider Machina II an actual album and that was on the LP portion, not the EP one.

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I didn't know that was an Alice Cooper song.

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Old 12-09-07, 11:22 PM
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Nice guys, keep them coming

DVD Josh, thanks for the offer, I can burn the cd, I just needed help whitling down. Starseed thank you for your effort.
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Originally Posted by starseed1981
01.Starla.....everyone else is wrong. This is THE ESSENTIAL SP B-SIDE.
13.Clones...We're All (Alice Cooper Cover)
14.You're All I've Got Tonight (Cars Cover)

....I'd put "Let Me Give The World To You" but I consider Machina II an actual album and that was on the LP portion, not the EP one.
No, I put it first for a reason. And yeah, Machina 2 was kind of an album, but I don't really think you can count it since it did not get a commercial release and I would guess 99% of people have never heard it. Hell, most people at SP concerts have never heard it. Stuff like LMGTWTY and Dross are too good to pass on.
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Stuff like LMGTWTY and Dross are too good to pass on.
Well I definitley agree on that point. "Home" is another one on there that is awesome.

Another B-Side which I don't like , but most people do, is "Blissed & Gone".

Now..it's kinda off topic but I was recently burning a disc for a friend of live material, since their concert arrangements are so different than their album counterparts. On archive.org (which is fully supported by the band) you can download for free a concert from 05-19-1998 in Aula Magna Portugal.
This is essentially a show featuring the more "rocking" versions of the Adore tracks. Any fan should give it a listen (it also features an excellent full band arrangement of "Stumbeline").
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I would add that the recent residency shows have some re-worked Adore tracks that rule, especially Shame. 6/27/07 I believe was very good. Might have been 6/26/07.
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Originally Posted by starseed1981
Well I definitley agree on that point. "Home" is another one on there that is awesome.

Another B-Side which I don't like , but most people do, is "Blissed & Gone".

Now..it's kinda off topic but I was recently burning a disc for a friend of live material, since their concert arrangements are so different than their album counterparts. On archive.org (which is fully supported by the band) you can download for free a concert from 05-19-1998 in Aula Magna Portugal.
This is essentially a show featuring the more "rocking" versions of the Adore tracks. Any fan should give it a listen (it also features an excellent full band arrangement of "Stumbeline").
I love the LMA

A couple of note-worthy shows

the Double Door show from 1995 (I really wish we had all soundboard recordings of all four of these shows. The number of rare songs that were played in these charity shows were huge. The Double Door was also the last time a few songs were played...and the first time many other songs were played).


The Vancouver 97 show was great.

The Metro 2000 show was great, even though two chicks pretty much ruined it with all of their yapping.
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Originally Posted by DamingR
I would add that the recent residency shows have some re-worked Adore tracks that rule, especially Shame. 6/27/07 I believe was very good. Might have been 6/26/07.

The Recent shows have been pretty good.

I love the new intro to Where boys fear to tread, I also liked the new re-worked Heavy metal machine.

In terms of shows. I would say SHepard's Bush show was agreat.
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mouth of babes and towers of rabble ftw.
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It begins and ends with "The Aeroplane Flies High (Turns Left, Looks Right)"

A few of the best from each 'era' of the band:

From the Gish/Siamese Dream era:

1. Starla
2. Blew Away
3. Honeyspider II

From the Mellon Collie box set:

1. the aforementioned 'The Aeroplane Flies High'
2. Set the Ray to Jerry
3. You're All I've Got Tonight

Adore/Machina years:

1. Saturnine (Judas O version - you can find it on Itunes)
2. Blissed and Gone
3. Speed Kills

The Zeitgeist album has several differnt versions with their own 'bonus tracks' - but let's call them b-sides for this purpos. They're all pretty good:

1. Zeitgest
2. Death From Above
3. Stellar
4. Ma Belle
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Whoops, forgot TAFH. Yes, that song freaking rules.
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lots of great suggestions so far. I highly recommend some real era era stuff too such as

Not Worth Asking
Nothing and Everything
East
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Bullt Train to Osaka.

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