The seminal rock group takes over the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform a track off their new album “SHINY AND OH SO BRIGHT, VOL. 1 / LP: NO PAST. NO FUTURE. NO SUN.” #LiveMusic #Colbert #SmashingPumpkins
Great song amazing band
*The color of his guitar is reeeaaally bringing out the tone*
Billy Corgan needs to get his teeth fixed and stop wearing makeup. He looks awful.
I’ll keep the big titted choir girls.
Billy’s still dressing up like Nosferatu, I see.
I knew it…Varys lived!
This song is absolutely rubbish and Billy’s voice sounds atrocious.
Crazy how close this sounds to a song a friend & I wrote a couple weeks ago. Completely different lyrics, but yeah, I love it! Mesmerizing voice, Billy still has it
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Hey whatever it takes to mention the culprits in any way. Knights of Malta Knights Templar Knights of Columbus skull and bones, Freemasonry, the Jesuits, the Jesuit order, the Vatican royal family bloodlines. America is the vatican’s bulldog. And so is Israel, and any other nation that answers to the Society of Jesus. BTW don’t be fooled by the overuse of Jesus’s name in this case. They are truly diabolical these Illuminati Satan worshipping luciferian pervert fascists with a manifest destiny and an evil end time Global depopulation plan. So are these Smashing Pumpkins dudes Pro or anti Illuminati? The stage looks like the Spanish Inquisition where I grew Allan Poe if it wasn’t Ignatius Loyola in the cave . I couldn’t quite make out the lyrics I’ll have to look them up. The Jesuit order are masters of deception, if they weren’t all such horrible actors oh, really low quality below local theater or even high school level acting. They should have thought of that. It’s a good thing people can tell when people are lying right? I guess not since all of our leaders seem to be these Jesuit order inductees, and the entire media
You know a rock band is on its last molt when they get a backing choir.
Looks like the Arian brotherhood went on tour.
Oh, goodness. I saw SP opening for PJ opening for RHCP ages ago, in ‘91, before either _Nevermind_ or _Siamese Dream_ (or _Ten,_ for that matter) had dropped, Billy Corgan had long curly hennaed locks, D’arcy Wretzky was mesmerizing, Jimmy Chamberlin was rock-steady, and Billy and James Iha had this incredible guitar interplay… it’ll stay burned in my memory forever as one of the ten best shows I ever saw. But today, it’s reeeeeaaaaally hard to watch them or listen to them and not be painfully aware of the two decades following _Adore_ that Billy has spent badmouthing everyone he’s ever worked with and burning every bridge and burying his band’s legacy under a mountain of drama and rubbish and bad blood, all quite needlessly, while other equally talented or even sometimes lesser acts have managed to get along with the world and evolve with it. I’ve enjoyed Billy’s musical and other experiments — I don’t even necessarily mind his self-conscious autodidact’s logorrhea _that_ much — but then for him to just retreat to and retread old musical ground, seemingly expecting everyone to forget his questionable antics and comments towards other musicians and artists of the past two decades to and just treat SP like the legacy act he now wants SP to be treated as… I just don’t know what planet he’s living on, whether any of his entourage locked up in his Highland Park mansion with him ever tell him the truth, or what. 😕 I think a good PR handler would advise him to spend a month publicly apologizing to everyone he’s ever insulted, then spend a year in TOTAL RADIO SILENCE, no press, no blogs, no TV or public appearances, and then just… go back to releasing albums of music sans the drama, maybe some more of the acoustic and semi-acoustic stuff he trotted out on the last couple of semi-SP albums and performed at Ravinia (a great show, btw), and then begin playing some small local venues to get back in touch with human beings again, and see where that takes him and his band.
(Sidenote: learning to sing with vibrato is great, but it’s a device to trot out once in a while: not _every_ vocal phrasing needs it!)
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