The Smashing Pumpkins will release a deluxe reissue of their ‘Adore’ album this week
Billy Corgan and the Smashing Pumpkins will reissue their famed “Adore” album on Tuesday (Sept. 23), and to get fans pumped for the release, the Pumpkins are streaming a nostalgic, full-length show from 1998, the year “Adore” was released, all weekend long.
The footage was taken during the band’s 1998 concert at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, and it shows the band playing songs off “Adore” and the rest of the Pumpkins catalog. The show, which is streaming now through 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET Sunday (Sept. 21), is also included as part of the new “Adore” deluxe reissue.
The deluxe “Adore” packs six CDs and one DVD in a box set, totaling 107 songs, most of which have never been released before. The album will be for sale at all the usual spots, as well as at Corgan’s Chicago-area teashop. For more information on the deluxe reissue, visit the Madame ZuZu’s website.
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