Best Smashing Pumpkins Albums
Every song here is perfection; absolutely no filler. Billy put himself under massive amounts of stress and pressure to complete this piece, but it payed off. In my opinion, it is the best album of all time, and definitely the best from the 90s.
In a time when 80's hair bands and pop rock was all that was on the radio, the Alt Rock scene was like a God send. For me, this album (this band in general) was the best I heard since The Doors, The Beatles. It was my saving Grace.
An amazing album! All the tracks perfectly flow and billy corgans vocals and lyrics are just amazing! One of the best 90's albums and one of the best alternative rock albums ever!
Literally the best album that has ever went in my ears. Whoever doesn't like this, or hasn't listened to it, they are missing out.
This album may have more filler than "Siamese Dream'', but overall it's just a better album. The opening piano is beautiful, and the way the album flows is perfect. You have emotional, epic orchestrated pieces like "Tonight Tonight'' and hard rocking songs like "Jellybelly'' or "Bullet with Butterfly Wings.'' This album got me through some tough times, and changed my life more than any album ever had.
Bullet With Butterfly Wings, 1979, Tonight Tonight, Zero. (Not Thirty-Three) all great songs. Not to mention the self titled track.
Honestly preferred this album over Siamese Dream, Tonight Tonight is one of my favorite songs of all time.
I bought this on vinyl the other day for $100. Best money I have ever spent in my life.
This is a hated album by people. I don't get it! It's great! This is one of the most personal, delicate, and emotional albums I have ever heard, with great songs and ideas. Adore deserves more recognition.
Very underrated to Siamese Dream but here you get the real Smashing Pumpkins sound in perfection. A timeless classic.
So underrated, the sound of Machina was unique. But Heavy Metal Machine (great song, check it live version of 2000) deserves better production. If you look at the body of songs they had created together with Machina II, and had switched some of the fillers like the Crying Tree of Mercury and Blue Skies Bring Tears with Machina II gems like Home or Slow Dawn this would have been their best album. The singles were amazing: I of the Mourning, Stand Inside Your Love, Everlasting Gaze and Try Try Try.
Almost as good as Siamese Dream!
As a Pumpkins fan, I remember loving three tracks on it: Quasar, Pale Horse and Pinwheels. The rest is so-so.
Track by track back to back is amazing, this has one of my favorite smashing pumpkins songs on it "panption"
Slow Dawn (that solo! ), Home, White Spyder, Cash Car Star, Dross, Here's to the Atom Bomb, Innocence, Vanity... So many fantastic tracks! Unique in its eclecticism. Check it if you haven't done so already.
Best Rock album of the zeroes. So what if it does not sound like the old Pumpkins. While the older records still trigger some nostalgia because they connected with the teenangst of the adolescent me, this is the record I mostly listen too because it resonates with the man I've have become and my current musical tastes.
Not as bad as many like to call it, but certainly not up there with their older material - United States and That's the way were the exceptions though.
This album goes back to the same sound of the Pumpkins hay day and is a progression from where Oceania left off.
Tiberius is very good, the rest is a story of what could have been... Cheesy synths drowning out monumental guitars, really?