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If All Goes Wrong, Smashing Pumpkins review

Smashing Pumpkins

If All Goes Wrong

Concert/Interview DVD
Coming Home Media

Reviewed by Kent Manthie

Way back when, in the early 90s, one of the biggest bands around was the Smashing Pumpkins. Not because they were publicity whores or that they sold themselves out to their A & R guy or anything like that: they were famous because they did their own thing, Billy Corgan wrote all the songs, he was the driving force and the so-called “needs” of the label took a back seat. After their debut Gish, the Pumpkins’ put out one of the all-time best albums: Siamese Dream, an album that was pure mind-blowingly great innovative stuff. In fact, the radio was all over this album, or at least all over one particular song: “Today”, which was played so much, in fact overplayed, that a lot of people, I’m sure, got really sick of hearing it. “Disarm” was another popular, or rather, radio-popular, “hit”. But there are a lot of great songs on that CD. Actually, it’s best heard from beginning to end, since every song is awesome and the whole album has a kind of continuity that is cleverly put together by producers Butch Vig and Billy Corgan. …

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