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Jimmy Chamberlin on the 1990s Chicago Music Scene

https://www.youtube.comhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zjAEUSGVvE/watch?v=XHOmBV4js_E Jimmy Chamberlin is arguably one of the greatest drummers from the 1990s, gaining his most prominent work as being a founding member of Smashing Pumpkins. Given that the Smashing Pumpkins weren’t from an as discussed 90s scene like Seattle, it’s always fascinating to see imagine how their music scene was, regardless that it was

Billy Corgan on Cyr, Family, and the Return of the Smashing Pumpkins

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xchrA21GEEE To be completely honest, I haven’t listened to or loved a new Smashing Pumpkins record in a number of years, but I’ll always have a strong appreciation for their first four records. Nevertheless, above is an interview from Q on CBC featuring Billy Corgan and his discussion on the group’s latest record Cyr, family,

The 25th Anniversary of Smashing Pumpkin’s ‘Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness’

Yesterday, The Smashing Pumpkin’s third record Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness was released 25 years ago, making it a staple in the band’s history for years to go back on for music fanatics. The group has been one of my favorites for several years, from Billy Corgan’s unique vocal delivery to the overly fuzzy

Live Music Recommendations #2 – Smashing Pumpkins – Live in San Francisco (1994)

At this point, I’m beginning to miss concerts, but not in the sense that I’m dying to go out. Considering it’s a general privileged standpoint to whine about missing concerts, it could be worse. Like I’ve done since my adolescence, I’ve always had an intense infatuation with live music. Not necessarily from an in-person experience,