The Smashing Pumpkins' "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" was a sprawling marriage of alt-kvetching and prog-stargazing – a laser show in a shrink's office. The extras on the deluxe box set, particularly the deep-dive instrumentals that flaunt Billy Corgan's guitar prowess and cutting-room-floor denizens that reveal pop punch, show how Corgan's mid-Nineties creative peak couldn't even be contained by two CDs.
Zero by The Smashing Pumpkins This lyric to me shows the dangers of idolatry and the extremes that are likely to take place in the ways of monasticism/asceticism.
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Smashing Pumpkins - I want this as a tat.
"... I used to be a little boy So old in my shoes And what i choose is my choice What's a boy supposed to do? The killer in me is the killer in you, My love I send this smile over to you..." (Smashing Pumpkins - Disarm)