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For all intents and purposes, Smashing Pumpkins is Billy Corgan. Since the band’s inception, he has served as the main control freak, writing and recording all but the drums, so this 2007 reformation with drummer Jimmy Chamberlin is a legitimate regrouping, despite the absence of the formerly pictured bassist and second guitarist. What separates this SP release from Corgan’s previous releases (as Zwan and his own name) is a matter of ambition. Upon mentally committing to the idea of a new Smashing Pumpkins project, Corgan immediately aims for moments of grandeur, sonic temples where the guitars are larger, the drums are canons and the songs are anthems. “Doomsday Clock” may actually say less about world situations than its title implies, but the idea of a doomsday scenario is enough to tilt the music towards oppressive aggression. Corgan’s voice is still the thorn that pricks and the one aspect of the group that’s never smoothly fit with the plan. The guitar riffs driving “Bleeding the Orchid” are pure arena rock. The epic scope of the nearly ten-minute “United States” is a concept album’s centerpiece. And the wall-of-sound that caresses the melodies of “That’s the Way (My Love Is),”  “Neverlost” and “Bring the Light” recall the band at the peak of their mid-‘90s powers much in the way U2 have re-embraced their trademark sound. Not as surprising the second time around, but still a signature sound that’s bound to turn a few heads.

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Smashing Pumpkins v.3.0

It's difficult to me, review one of the greater's band´s of world. But this time i'm reviewing one album, the last one, Zeitgeist. Some music remember the first albuns, but in all i think we have a second album of Zwan. The sound it's seems the same. Some samples, and some tunes, i recognize from the zwan album. The spirit is different of course. But i was expecting a more underground, noising sound.


Formado: 1988 em Chicago, IL

Género: Alternativa

Anos em actividade: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Of all the major alternative rock bands of the early '90s, Smashing Pumpkins were the group least influenced by traditional underground rock. Lead guitarist/songwriter Billy Corgan fashioned an amalgam of progressive rock, heavy metal, goth rock, psychedelia, and dream pop, creating a layered, powerful sound driven by swirling, distorted guitars. Corgan was wise enough to exploit his angst-ridden lyrics, yet he never shied away from rock star posturing, even if he did cloak it in allegedly ironic...
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