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Discography

Gish (1991)

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The very first Smashing Pumpkins Album.  Produced by "Garbage" man, Butch Vig, the stand out track, "Siva" paved the way for things to come.  Has sold more than 700,000 copies to date.  An excelent introduction to Pumpkinland!
Siamese Dream (1993)

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The second Smashing Pumpkins album.  Bass and guitar duties were carried out by frontman Billy Corgan due to internal conflict.  Includes the hits, "Cherub Rock", the acoustic led "Disarm" and the smash hit, "Today".  Has sold more than 3,000,000 copies to date.
Pisces Iscariot (1994)

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Released to satisfy the fans hunger for new material, "Pisces Iscariot" consists of hard to find tracks and B-sides.  Whereas many albums of this nature suffer from being patchy and cobbled together, "Pisces Iscariot" represents the evolution of the band.  Worth hearing.
Melon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (1995) mcis_thumb.jpg (5402 bytes)
Possibly the essential Smashing Pumpkins Album.  Being 28 tracks long, this album is one of the best sellers in rock, not to mention the biggest Pumpkins Album (in both sales and size).  Stand out tracks include: "Tonight, Tonight" (a no. 1 hit single), "Bullet With Butterfly Wings", and "1979".
Adore (1998)

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Adore see's the Smashing Pumpkin's twin guitar onslaught taking on a different role.  The album is heavily synthesised, dark, quiet in places, and may suprise one or two hard core listeners.  Stand out tracks include: "Ava Adore", "Perfect" and "The End Is The Beginning Is The End".
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Returning to their rock roots, the Smashing Pumpkins released "Machina" knowing that it would be their last commercially available album.   It saw the return of Drummer, Jimmy Chamberlain, and the departure of bassist, D'arcy Wretsky.  Stand out tracks include: "Stand Inside Your Love", "Heavy Metal Machine" and "Try,Try,Try".
Machina 2/The Friends And Enemies Of Modern Music (2000) machina_2_thumb.jpg (5094 bytes)
Distributed freely over the internet as a final farewell gesture to the Smashing Pumpkin's fans, "Machina 2" is a 25 track, double CD.  It contains alternate versions of old songs such as "Try,Try,Try", and many new songs.  This is the first ever Smashing Pumpkins "Official Bootleg" as it was not released through a record label.  Stand out tracks include: "Cash Car Star", "Dross", "Let Me Give The World To You" and "Try, Try, Try (Alt Version)".