Smashing Pumpkins: Fans To Get Bonus Tracks With Order OF 'Gish' And 'Siamese Dream'

The Smashing Pumpkins' longtime strong bond with their fans continues today via The Smashing Pumpkins Record Club.

Smashing Pumpkins: Fans To Get Bonus Tracks With Order OF 'Gish' And 'Siamese Dream'
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The Smashing Pumpkins' longtime strong bond with their fans continues today (Tuesday, November 29 at 9:00AM) via The Smashing Pumpkins Record Club when the reissues of their first two albums - 1991's Gish and 1993's Siamese Dream - become available. According to the band's website, fans will get five free unreleased demo tracks for download: "All orders of Gish and/or Siamese Dream include an instant download of the four tracks that have been previously available only through the Smashing Pumpkins Record Club (SPRC) - the 8-track demo of "Drown," "Suicide Kiss Geek (no vox), "Barb Wire" and "Rhinoceros Version 2," plus one new exclusive. As a little bonus for purchasing these from the SPRC directly, we have found another little buried treasure for you. Enjoy the "Frail and Bedazzled Instrumental" -- This is a Billy Corgan home demo from back in the day! While you are at it, be sure to sign up for the SPRC for future gems...Digital purchases will be delivered via download link at midnight on November 29. There are standard and deluxe versions available of each album, with different tracklists." Both albums, each with bonus content and special features that were curated from the band's archives by founding member Billy Corgan, have been painstakingly remastered for the first time from the original master tapes by Bob Ludwig. After touring America and Europe this fall - the trek launched October 5 in Los Angeles and wraps December 8 in Lisbon - they will release Oceania, "an album within an album," as part of their in-progress 44-song work Teargarden By Kaleidyscope. Featuring 13 new songs, Oceania will be released in early 2012.

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    Thesageofonion
    So Billy is 'bonding' with his fans by asking them to buy albums that they almost certainly have to get 5 "free" tracks. Why not an ep with just these 5 tracks? Real fans ripped off again in another "Are you stupid enough to buy this album twice when we put some candy on it" con. Grr.
    Garagepoet
    i decided against ordering from their own website since the CDs will cost an extra $25-30 as opposed to amazon or even walking into a store the old-fashioned way... don't see the extra money being worth an instrumental demo, etc.
    FERAL1975
    yeah but the albums are remasters, and also have a glut of unreaeased tracks included with them anyway. So it's jus a li'l somethings extra.