18 Burst results for "Billy Corgan"
"billy corgan" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"I would say that Leonard Cohen was my goth phase. I was listening to, you know, I was listening to what might seem like much darker goth industrial metal. But Leonard Cohen was the darkest vibe. I mean, literally his going away album before he died was, you know, you want it darker. And that was addressed to God. That's really interesting. That relevant side note, because the other Pisces example I always think of who was born within weeks of Kurt Cobain was Billy corrigan. I was just going to say that. Yeah. Okay. Who has the sun and mercury in Pisces? And he's a funny example because it's like Cobain was born before him, like as a mercury was stationing retrograde, and then I think corrigan was born when mercury was stationing direct just a few weeks later, but also with a Virgo rising, which creates a very weirdly similar chart, major difference is that Saturn has moved into Aries and Venus is also no longer in Pisces, but there's still a Pisces there and I did see on Twitter recently a few days ago that the astrologer SJ Anderson pointed out that Billy corrigan and the smashing pumpkins album melancholy and the infinite sadness came out under Saturn and Pisces back in the mid 90s yeah, yeah, it's really good. Yeah, the sad slash goth Pisces is it's a thing, right? It's there with the panzers genius. It may be, they may be sad goth pants less geniuses. There's a lot of that. But so is the, there's also a goofy quality devices that you see in a lot of a lot of the nativities. A lot of the natives. And that's, you know, it's sort of imagining beyond what makes sense. Or being more creative than what's cool, like in some way, if you've ever seen Billy Corgan interviewed, he's a goofy motherfucker. You know, Flavor Flav is certainly goofy, you
"billy corgan" Discussed on Private Dicks
"Like, at the time, she met Kurt. She was dating Billy Corgan from the smashing pumpkins. So she already logged on to somebody else that was fucking getting famous too. But he did like that. He did like the heart shaped box. He named a song after it later. But it wasn't until that was before, but it wasn't until the cough syrup thing that those two became inseparable. Now, actually, here's my Courtney one part right here. She was born in July 9th, 1964. She was a couple of years older than Cobain. I'm not going to go into a full history of her, but in 1980, she emancipated herself and got a trust fund of $800 per month because she's a trust fund kid. Which is about just so everyone knows 2800 bucks American nowadays in today's money, month. That's pretty good for an artist, a punk rock artist, living the punk rock life with lots of money. So when she got a mad speech, she was 16 and she took that money and went to Japan and she was a topless dancer in Japan from 16 to 17. Way to go Japan. That was actually, that's a big deal though, because she was, that's a huge accomplishment. She was the oldest topless dancer in Japan. Good for her. They usually, yeah.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"59 a barrel. While Bitcoin right now up four tenths of 1% Bitcoin 20,058 I'm Charlie palace and that, there's a Bloomberg business flash. All right, Charlie, thank you so much for talking pumpkin smashing. We're talking so many different things. We're also talking about the latest on credit suites, because this is the most read story on the Bloomberg. Today, it's a Bloomberg exclusive about Credit Suisse eyeing outside money for a spin off when it comes to the company's investment banking business. Very pleased this afternoon to be joined. Pumpkins over this. I don't know. I mean, you can't say that without me thinking of the 90s rock band with Billy Corgan, the smashing pumpkins. But back to Credit Suisse, we got shanali basic right here. She's Wall Street reporter for Bloomberg news. She's with us right now in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio. I should only saw a lot from Credit Suisse over the weekend, the CEO coming out late last week, and over the weekend, trying to assuage concerns from investors and clients as well. I'll bring us up to speed on this report. A few things happening. We've been talking about an end of the month credits we spoke of a fuller strategy update here and fits and starts. Things are starting to leak out about what they're considering. The investment banking part of this, some fun stats, guys. If you think that Credit Suisse has been under a lot of pressure this year, yes, of course it has shares down more than 50%, downgrades, cost of funding rising, but they are still one of the top 5 in top 6 and mergers and acquisitions, according to Bloomberg's league tables, there's also among the top ten, and most forms of important debt underwriting. That means in U.S. investment grade credit, it means even a high yield. It's only leveraged loans. They've really fallen off a bit. And remember, that's a riskier business in which a lot of people are losing money anyways. So they are holding on tight to that investment bank as far as they can as long as they can. And if they were to raise outside capital for it, potentially spin it off, maybe they can raise enough money to avoid what investors are really worried about, which is a capital raise. So which would explain to, I mean, our audience knows, but explain what that would mean for credit suites if that happens. Listen, so Credit Suisse restructurings are expensive. It would require some firings, for example, maybe exiting some businesses. It can cost millions, hundreds of millions of dollars to restructure bank Citigroup is doing it right now, for example. So if your Credit Suisse, you may need to raise money. And if you have to do that in the stock market through new equity, it would dilute your stock. And so investors are concerned about that event. Now, analysts out there believe that $4 billion is about what might need to be raised, but maybe some of that $4 billion can be obtained elsewhere by selling some assets perhaps by maybe doing this investment banking. We're deal that we've been talking about, but long story short is what they're trying to do is get enough money to fund this plan. This turnaround plan. Can I ask you something though? I don't know, I guess I keep thinking of the city model, right? Like so much under one roof and it allows you to do so much. What does it take away from Credit Suisse if they get rid of investment banking? Does it matter? So this is the age old question. I love this question because it's a question a lot of banks face. UBS has faced this question for a very long time. Deutsche Bank is even facing the reality is in times where your wealth managers under stress. Your investment bank is making you a lot of money. So it is a ballast when things go good or bad depending, but remember credit suits we're not talking about a small firm. We're talking about a top ten. Player. In the world. Well, that brings me to my next question, if we look at the struggles that Credit Suisse is facing, is this a Credit Suisse specific issue? Are these credits we specific issues? Or is this something that investors should be concerned about affecting other banks as well? It's a great question because a lot of these issues are credit suit specific. They've lost a lot of money in archegos with green cells. These are really bad investments in sour clients, essentially. So they do have unique issues to themselves, plus lots of risk management issues over a lot of years that have piled up. But to that end, a lot of European banks are under a lot of pressure, given the pressures we're seeing in Europe at large. So if you take a look at Barclays stock, for example, it's trading well below book value, as is Credit Suisse. So yes, there is a broader worry about European banks, but right now this is not to the concern of any sort of breaking point yet. The idea of a Lehman moment was a lot of things that a lot of more professional money managers were shaking off. You mentioned the stock decline this year, so down more than 50%. So I mean, obviously the investors don't have a lot of faith right now, but what about this currency CEO? Who has had some stumbles right with these mammals that have come out and not necessarily done the right. So is their faith from the Alice community at large that he's the guy to fix it? Well, you hope so, because they've had so much management turnover
"billy corgan" Discussed on Cinemavino
"That's the only NERD song on there? Yeah, I think so. Okay. I didn't know. All right. So my vote for best rock soundtrack and I actually bought this when it came out in 93. Rob Zombie man with that fear? Nice. Yeah. Yeah. Solid. Evanescence. My immortal. Oh, that is. Quintessential emo F and essence was one immortal. That's the lead singer's got mascara running down her face. Which is appropriate for daredevil. In Affleck's daredevil, especially. Yes. So I think this movie would be a lot of fun to podcast over because there's so much history around it. For reference, I was 13 when daredevil came out. If that gives you any point of reference for where my music taste was okay, that makes me feel really old. And to put this in perspective, suppose the next year's number one pick in the NBA draft was born in the fall of 2003. So there's that. Sure. My vote was for the crow. Oh yeah. Great. Now, whose emo? It's a great. It's a very grungy, I mean, I would almost call it like dishwater Iraq, soundtrack. You got, you got the cure. Stone table pilots, Nine Inch Nails. Raging in some machine. It's a solid group of early 90s, just dark. Yeah. That movie is quintessential go off. Yeah. I mean, it's like you picture Billy Corgan's not on there, but I picture like that holds on or like where he's like bald and wearing eye makeup and like a cape. It's that sort of, it's the later smashing pumpkins, a genre of music. That's a great soundtrack though. The whole soundtrack is solid. I don't remember if I, that soundtrack too well, either. But I remember he was supposed to be a superhero based on it, crafting a novel, and I was like, all right, sweet. I'll rent this. He didn't have any powers other than coming back from the dead. He'd only do it once though, I think. I think he was like, he got one more chance or something. I don't know. I watched it, and I was kind of upset. I was like, where is this powers? That's one I need to go back and watch though, because I haven't since then. Well, I think he obviously will get you out of the tangent, but it's like, I think he had increased durability and he was more invulnerable because I remember him jumping off a rooftops and stuff like that. And taking bullets and that's a movie we should revisit. I really like that movie when it came out. I thought it was really good. I give it another look, see. Yeah, I enjoyed it.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Air Male with Robert Sunday
"What else can I say, man? It's been a crazy week back. Gonna head back out. We're gonna do another trip in here a couple of days and I got a new section for the show. I call it bands you may know. And you know, as I travel around, I get to meet some of these people during my travels. And I'd say early on in my career as being a flight attendant, I met Billy Corgan smashing pumpkins. And it just happened to be that my lady and I were heading down to Denver to go see the smashing pumpkins play with Marilyn Manson at red rocks. We were at the Phoenix airport and my girl and I was looking at people making fun of them, you know? I was like, that one looks like a praying mantis. I'm like, oh, look at that one. It looks like a grub where I'm in. She said, hey, that's Billy Corbin's. Oh shit, I'm a terrible fan. I'm sorry. So we end up having a little conversation. I introduce myself 'cause you know that's what I do, you know, he's not a hand shaker. So all you SP fans out there, don't be trying to shake mister Corgan's hand. You know, he's derive a phone. You know, he's ahead of his time. He knew motherfucker was going to be var nasty. See? Now coronavirus has proven the point. You know? And the band comes from Chicago, you know, they've had many releases over the years. Their first one was gish and that was early on and interesting story that I could connect to as a passenger came on, the aircraft, not even too long ago, she had a smashing punker shirt on her on herself. And I'm like, yeah, that's a great band. She's like, you know, my baby was delivered listening to gish. I'm like, dang, that's OG fan of smashing pumpkins. If you haven't heard geish, that's a fucking great ass album. And she said she kept it on loop, you know? Well, she was squeezing that little baby out. Hopefully into a bathtub or some kind of safety net. I don't know, but all I can say, it's either a big time fan or it was a teenage pregnancy. It was probably 1989, 88, so I know how it is. I was fucking shooting daggers into the fucking world. Maybe procreation was very possible. But anyways, that was great story, man. That was like The Rock and roll delivery method. So I don't have any permission to do this, but I'm just gonna give you a little sample of smashing pumpkins. This is from their release called gish,.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"No i love. I love joe jackson. He's he's he's your favorite isn't he is. He is one of my favorites jackson. Yeah i was surprised you know. We reconnected after after a while. 'cause like i always say life gets in the way and we as usual music always pops up and you mentioned that to me longtime all joe jackson's one of my favorite artists and i. It's funny how you don't kind of. I didn't connect that. Didn't connect you with being gioja. Like a big joe jackson fan but listen. I'm not. I'm not done. This isn't i'm not dogging joe accidents. He's he's an intellectual has explored many genres of music. He's been around for a long time. Still out there torn. Yeah he's not playing. You know radio city music. But he's still doing it and he's still pack and places in the just smaller places. Yeah he was quite the asshole on stage in his younger days to the crowd like he had that british punk attitude where he would challenge. The crowd had no problem with that. No problem with that. So what do you wanna talk about tonight. A little bit of everything Since we're on the subject of you know where do they stand. Where it is. In your book. Courtly love courtney love get a bad rap because she was kurt cobain's girlfriend and became successful or do you think she's talented and she's where she's supposed supposed to be. Let me save for the record. That i like. Some of courtney love's music. I like some of holes music. You know the fact that billy corgan or kurt cobain helped write. Some of the songs is irrelevant to make you know. I mean there..
"billy corgan" Discussed on The Fickle Fanboy Podcast
"I guess would be Way to put it a couple weeks in a row and at one point. It was reported that he was talking. About and i just a little clip of this. But he was talking about how he more went to vince and said listen. I've got all these fucking ideas. Here's just a small handful of them and literally handed him on paper idea after idea after idea from what i understand. He's not the first one to have done this. And he's not the first one to have basically said sounds. Good powell go straight to his face and then he'll go the door and sooner rather than later we'll find him self at home basically getting be. We've got nothing for you. Speech over and over and over now until they decide the lead his ass go and it's just it's like i said it comes off as ignorant and arrogant and more or less big to the point where they're just going to let these talents these people who they just don't get or what why i don't know why they're letting them go but it just seemed like we just don't understand you is more or less the message that seems to be conveyed over and over and over at least to those outside of the situation. Now i don't know and it just. Yeah that's all it is really going to happen is. There's going to continue to do it. And aid of gonna snatch them all up and sooner rather than later. Aws going to have all the good people whether it be in front of or behind the camera and wd ease gonna more or less find themselves to be the future impact or tna. Yeah where it's literally just on. Its last legs and yeah billy corbin's going to have to buy it. Don't get started on that. I was actually when he bought the end of ua. And when i first saw but pictures and video of what the set was gonna look like and was right out of old school. She and i was. I was there for it. I was just. I was fucking height and then i saw what is idea the. Nwea was and it just and you don't even know you were watching it and you thought to yourself holiness county. Even obviously they didn't. Because it just was i i felt like a rat cage. Blue wait you can make a joke about. You can make us mexican pumpkins joke. And i can't. You know you can get mad at me all you want but let me tell you saying gradings day and have now. I don't know if that was the best billy. Corgan impression. i've ever heard it was. It was the best billy. Corgan impression you've ever heard it was either the best. The worst of the best worst impression avert. I'm not quite sure what but it was good. I was It was better. I could deal. What train isn't if like saying to lose the nicest guy in prison but whatever. Have you ever seen the. Have you ever seen the billy. Corgan rides a rollercoaster video. Have not do you have Do you have something. I've seen it. Didn't he have is it mere didn't have a scarf. It one point on. No it's it's an it's an edits. Okay 'cause i just. Because i feel like i saw a picture of it right. Well what's the easiest way to send you a link as it facebook irs at just messenger like messaging. It's probably just the messenger. I sent it to your well. Were were waiting for a while..
"billy corgan" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Dreams may explain the sexual aspect of the phenomenon. Interesting and let's into just a little tidbit about sleep paralysis. Which is a result of the disassociation of sleep phases. Now according to dr jan dirk bloom a professor of clinical psychopathology at the university of ledin in the netherlands the condition happens when a person is falling asleep or waking up during sleep paralysis to aspects of our em sleep or rapid eye movement. Sleep occur when a person is conscious and during the rem sleep which is the period when a person typically dreams. The body's muscles are relaxed to the level of paralysis pursuant to prevent the sleeper from acting out his or her dreams blum said but when sleep paralysis is takes place. The person's mind wakes up however the person is still dreaming and the body is still paralyze so your body is not up but your mind is and i feel that that's where you know sleep prowse's comes into play and i know a lot of people have mentioned in their sleep paralysis encounters that they feel like they can't breathe. They can't move. And this is a scientific explanation of why they can't move your body's not up but then there's other people who claim that they see something dark in their room or something dark sitting on them. But i feel like could that be our consciousness or that could be like our mind trying to figure out yes sense of what's happening right now. Let's head into the celebrity ghost saw sex stories. Sober gonna first start out with lucy. Liu yeah oh yeah. The charlie's angels star told us weekly in one thousand nine hundred nine that she had a sexual encounter with a ghost while trying to nap on her food ton. Some sort of spirit. According to lou came down from god knows where and made love to me. It was sheer bliss. I felt everything. I climax and then he floated away. It was almost like what might have happened to marry. That's how i felt. Something came down and touch me and now watches over me. Yeah that's not a go at. Actually one hundred percent ghosted still lingers. But that's really interesting. Because like she mentioned she was taking a nap. so is it something that's related to sleep. Paralysis yeah supernatural. You're like defenses down so you're more open or something that is true wolf consent ghosts. Another account comes from billy corgan in october. Two thousand seventeen smashing pumpkins singer. Billy corgan stopped by the howard stern show and claimed he wants on apparition in the form of a shape shifter corgan was vague with what he saw but he was adamant that he was totally sober when he saw someone go through and unexplainable and i quote transformation in june of two thousand eighteen. Corgan return to the shock. Jocks radio show with his bandmates and he elaborated slightly on his spooking counter. According to corrigan the story is even more fantastical than you think. He was very corey with stern and stern press for more details and eventually lead on that. The person was naked when he saw them. Now i'll tell you in confidence. Gordon said stern then put the pieces together guessing. The entity was a woman who organs slept with while corgan refused to provide more details. He did not flat out. Deny the supernatural hypothesis either. So was it a living person or was it. Something supernatural creepy that it was a transforming. Yeah i wanna know i know. He said that he was sober. But i want to know. Was he on many other medication. You know rain. isn't a flesh walker. Something normally tries to kill people. Exactly i haven't heard any stories of them having intercourse with the living. Usually like they're out to get you in the heart mu which just follow a lot of tiktok accounts. Talk of hear your name being screened in the woods or you hear someone. Screaming for help is one video and some random guy in the middle of a forest always saw that thing. That's like walking really like stilted screaming for help help. Yes i saw i died. I was like no. I think that was titled as like a skin walker. Yeah i think it was like something Like walking in the mountains of the virginia or something like that blanche yass. And then there's the other one. I saw the man on horseback on a ranch lake somewhere in the desert and he was riding his horse. His horse reacts to something to that then you hear this woman kind of say hello or hey and it freaks the guy out too. Because he's like we're in the middle of nowhere and my horse reacted to something before we heard the woman's voice and then he does more take talks about what he experiences on those rights. He's heard like a child crying out for hell and crying out for help in the middle of the night. And he's like there's no one that should be driving on this property. It's private property so it's just very odd. These voices are coming out of nowhere and he remembered from local legend and folklore of the shape. Shifter's that you know that's how they get you. They kind pose as children or young men and women lined up for help that's creepy. It's very creepy. I think you just what i needed. Another reason not to or go to another singer comes forward with her experiences. And that is all my god cash. 'as intimate time with her logos was so good. She even wrote a song about it and her album warrior ketchup pen to song supernatural which details her feelings regarding supernatural intimacy and. Those feelings are very positive. Cash even a knitted in an interview. It's about experiences with the supernatural but in a sexy way ahead a couple experiences with the supernatural and. I don't know his name. But i just know that he was a ghost and he was great. Sorry i all. I know about all of my exes. He was a ghost and he was great. Left by islets from the song. Supernatural include baby. When we're touching in the dark can you feel it. I can hear the pounding of my heart. Can you feel it when you take my body to the stars. I believe it boy. This love is supernatural. Can you feel it all right. Yes so in another interview. That i read about her experience at the time she was living into paying canyon. Weird and this isn't been like the first story that i've heard of someone having a supernatural encounter in the canyons of to panga so i've heard other stories of people who've rented apartments and houses and they've had some very unusual experiences. Seems like she was very open to it. Is and i remember even david owen Had her over at the house and she was all about you know experiencing what he had there. Yeah so she's all about the paranormal and go sex girl. Now there's metta world. Peace the lakers basketball player.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"If it's metallica. Black album like something that's guaranteed. We'll yeah because then they they're gonna print cash. Yeah right but it slows the other way too. I'd say from the a minus level of the business down to like. Let's call it the sea level of business and again not being disrespectful. Just where people draw. I think you're gonna have a lot of issues there and part of a system eulogise like i literally call people. Go good luck into bus. Good luck in a truck. Now we have gas shortages in the southeast right. Now so. I don't know i just don't want to be a guinea pig in that. Talking about this tour that was going to happen you got a little teary eye. Earlier we talked about fashion. Pumpkins goes roses once again. What a gr- it's like. That's the that's the bill that i didn't know i needed until it was announced. So that's a great bill. What what a great idea to put these two bands together credit. I mean i. I can't say it's axle making all the decisions. But i've always assumed that about guns and two axles credit and i'm gonna give credit union if he doesn't deserve it. He's always had great opening bands for guns. Some really don't want a great opening band. You know what i mean. Yeah i mean there's an insecurity there. I mean we've been we've been put up for tours until they don't want you 'cause you guys are too good. Yeah that's amazing writer. Scared of you guys. Blow them off the stage. I i've heard that so. That's not like i'm making that up Guns never been afraid like a guns attitude like bringing the gone. We want the best. You know so god. Bless them on that Unfortunately didn't work out when they did the the the the reschedule i was looking for to. We actually played with them in ninety. Two I don't know if you know this story. I can tell this story if you want to hear supllies. So we're we were booked for Three shows one in oklahoma city and two in In chicago at allstate we did the first shown oklahoma city and we were booed for forty five minutes straight. I mean straight this guns ninety two right like x. In the bicycle shorts right course. We were booed for forty five minutes straight like just a constant boo like note. And i got so sick of it. The that about three quarters of the way through the show. I i just the crowd you know and you've worked -til so it's like it's hard to judge the crowd you get to come down a little bit right. I got him to come down. And i said i know why you're all doing. And they got a little quieter. And i said it's because you're all living on stolen indian land and that exact moment. Somebody's through a quarter from the balcony. That hit jimmy chamberlin the back of the head boom so he forever blames me for that. So then we walk off stage and the crowd's like now the crowd you know there's and there's hostile we got we got the satanic boop so then we walk off stage and that's when we realized that not only do we not have any security that are dry in order to get to our dressing room in whatever. We were the oakland or normal dome. We had to walk in the concourse with the fans so now so now me and my mouth have cashed a check. We're not ready it. So we're like peeking through the curtain. And so we finally okay go now. We run in the hallway to try to make it to the door and there. They are the zombie movie that was show. why show two or in chicago. They come out in where it sound. Check your guns. Pretty much has some of the same career. I actually saw them not too long ago. It medicine the same guys you know twenty years later. Okay so guy comes out because like look. This is special part of the stage. We got the special thing mates so he. If you lose your mind you decide you want to smash your guitar. Don't smash the guitar there or axa will lose my okay. Got it dude. So we have a terrible show in chicago. Crowd boos again for forty five minutes at one point. There's video of this. I'm standing on my aunt guitars feeding back. I looked like a sad little kid. I jump off the app. The app hits me in the thigh. It's be and have a scar guy got cut open hardway. I'm bleeding. So then i get so mad. I'm like i'm gonna smash this guitar. I smashed the guitar but not in the spot. They make. Sure i don't smash the i got enough conscious. Did not smashed get excellent. I smashed in another part of the stage. So i think i'm good. Do sash the guitar. My down we walk guy comes what the did you do. You told me not to spend. He was no. You smashed it on the southern part now. The ramp is broken. We don't have a replacement axles going to be furious ocean backstage in my dressing like twenty five lakes shaking. Oh god i'm going to pissed off guns right. They come in. it's cool. We found a piece axles. not mad. he said don't worry. Bout kid all good. I'm good so next day. were onstage. Were sound checking. Because i'm so mad because we had such a bad gig Hearse and we're gonna show the crowd you know and the guy comes up and he walks past me same guy. He goes gigs off. Or no shutdown like we were told we could have soundcheck guy goes well. You can sound check all you want. But there ain't no show. What do you mean. It's like axles on a plane back to la. That's when he skipped because he was going to get arrested for the riot and saint. Louis oh wow three. Skip the show. So they cancelled the chevron stage soundcheck. Oh my god we never played the third show you got. A bad trackers goes rose. Have a whole tour book twenty five years later but this was my this is my redemption my redemption star i was going to redeem myself and you know i was. I was because of course. Somebody's like do you want to do the gig. The i'd love do the gig. Sixty thousand people a stadium gun like they're going to boo again. I just is. I'm gonna play it. We're gonna have a good time well dude. It's always great talking to a pumpkins deep dive for sure anytime. Let's just leave it at this. What's the in your opinion. Nwa up and running. What's the best match that you think you've had you've seen in in the company's history. So far i think the best match i've seen was at nwa. Seventy cody versus nick. Rematch fell okay. That was like one of those like twenty five minutes lights out. Both guys optimal just the emotion. The moment sold out crowd at the fairgrounds..
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The our shadows fall pay per view card. The card for the pay per view on june sixth on pay per view is a trevor murdoch versus nikola's for the nwa worlds heavyweight championship can be overdoses. Three d from a w o screen is the champion for the women's title thunder rosa and molina versus taryn. Terrell and kylie. Rae tyrus with austin idol versus pope in a grudge match. We have sort of a lucia scrum single elimination with a mecca wolf. And beastie a six six six versus fred rosser marshy rocket versus our narrow and slice bougie verses odin sin and peril the soft top of your head. I gotta get my paul heyman and gear and there's got i know there's one other match i think overlooking when you talk about using like serena deeb and like i said we use thunder rosa's that just a matter of picked up the phone and calling tony and figure out dates. Well that was an interesting thing because we had a situation. Where serena before she came in a w was supposed to do a date with us for the title and that date was still on the books and it didn't happen and there was a situation where we still wanted serena to come in and do the date if possible so i reached out to tony and he was totally cool with it and i said i got an idea like to run by you. If you're cool with it. And i said i'd like to put the title on serena. I think she's more than worthy. I mean she's fantastic right now. I've never seen her better and he said okay like it. That's kind of interesting. And i said how about having thunder rosa chaser back in a w he liked that in the great part of that was then thunder rosa. Got over with the w fans and of course everything this happened from right so it turned out to be a boon not only thunder rosa but a great way to keep the nwa name kind of in the flow. A little bit. Why we were down and so. I'm very appreciative. Tony doing that. He's been so great to work with on that level. And i hope we can do more you know. He's been very generous about that. And we've talked about stuff just nothing really clicked and i'm going to say it here because it's not. It's not the two behind the scenes but it's like i still wanna see that. Nick cody three. Yeah just too good. There's just too much there. And i know cote. He's got a lot going on. I mean he's got a lot going on including a a baby but God bless them. But personally i just want to see that one more time. I just think it's just too good because there's something i i'd be curious if you don't mind me asking a question but like you know there's certain opponents for certain guys. Yeah it's just a click thing. Yeah and there's something about nick and cody. Maybe it's their personalities in real life but something in the ring man. There's just sparks there. You get that you have that connection like if you don't mind me asking who that for you there's a lot i mean i had that was shawn. Michaels had it with rock. I have it with moxley just a few legends Yeah and i can't wait for for what we're doing now for jericho omega three. Because the first two were both i think. The second one's a little bit underrated just people forget. Just how monumental. That match was in las vegas but both of those matches. We had our classics that not just were good in the ring but also kind of changed the course of of the business from historical standpoint as well so i think that's a big one. Okay do you mind. If i just interject what they please. I was thinking about it. Because i knew i was going to talk to you and i think it back kind of like in my mind because we're you know. Sometimes you get an idea but you can't get there right and i had this like a moment about you. I was a little late to understand. The trend of what became the awa movement You know there obviously was the being the league show. And i remember when cody came into tina for hot minute when i was there. The crowd reaction was like so other level. And i remember. I was standing next to somebody. Like oh it's because he's been on. Wwe i was like no no no no no. There's going on here. There's you know you know we call pop in wrestling but like from rock stuff. There's a certain sound. The crowd makes when it's like it's different. Yeah when when alleged steps the stage like like an osce. There's a certain who that you don't get like. Hey you know. Yeah right right right and i was tracing back this route and i was like okay if this is like a really a true revolution in wrestling which it appears. Now it is historically will go down as a really true left turn Many people didn't see coming including myself. I thought it was like another ripple where it's become a thing. Okay just much like grunge. Was you know a lot of people in the beginning. It was a ripple and turned into a thing. Okay so it's tracing it back of my mind. Where did this actually really start. And it was like. I had this a homeowner. I was like i got it. It was when you showed up on raw jericho night. remember that oh way back in chicago with iraq. Yeah i think it was when it was like a big deal like when you finally came over and you were on the debut in one thousand nine hundred nine right right. 'cause c w was hot but never kinda gotta get there and there was a lot of financial issues and i knew a lot of stuff behind the seats so it was like it was kind of like the engine that could but was stolen up hill because it was. Pj politico just incredible. Got me reading dirt sheets back. Then you know. They're reading my wrestling observer. You know what i mean. And they're talking about you know meltzer and his seven star matches and all that stuff and of course he was very high on you and i remembered like i had trouble because i wasn't in the business understanding the difference between like a more Illuminated behind the scenes perspective of who was a great worker who is a great talent versus the way they were being portrayed on television and so you're in that time in the church each you're showing up on raw was sort of like it was seen as like this kind of like this break in the break in the wall that. Ww was finally acknowledging that something was happening and bringing you in and bringing a eddie guerrero in was it acknowledgement that you guys were much more valuable than it has historically in right. 'cause you guys were always like cruiserweight is yeah. I'm talking about back then. I didn't really know the business. I'm just like a guy watching the shows. And i remember you guys getting over and then not never understanding why we'd book is a certain way and understand the politics of all right so when i trace back this revolution i actually think it started with us showing up on raw interesting. It was like the beginning when the wall first crumbles you know. Yeah 'cause your reaction at that point. And i'm saying this respectfully was far greater than my public understanding of who you were. That's a great point and it reminded me and of course i knew what was going on because i was there but i'm saying when they're gonna i showed up on..
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"About an opponent for the charlotte flare something you know that type of size anyway being guest booking who else we got my god. There's so many people around fred rosser. you know. Whole nineteen year veteran. The former darren young as super strong in the ring. Marsha rock it out of chicago. I work with years. Six five probably two thirty. So that's the goal for you're going for the bigger guys trevor. Murdoch trevor's are no. Yes i saw in the traverse killing it. See trevor's perv example of what i love about the nwa kind of on the side of the business kind of in and out of it but not really you know totally there brought him in wasn't really secure on the thing and we built him up and he's built himself back up to our site he's he's probably arguably the biggest baby face in the company and he hasn't had to change a thing he's not just who he is. He's out of that old mole. These out of that old harley mold spitting chew and i don't get it you know not my world you know what i mean. But like people see that and they get that guy because they know that guy. I know that guy but who else I'm trying to get a win act. I'm trying to give away not storyline. So let's go. So you have this. This this strong roster. We know that. You have the papers coming up on june six and i love the name of it when our shadows fall it'd be good fuzzy title right. That's a very good pumpkins titled to yeah channels. So is this kind of a reset to go and do more shows or do you have crowds back in the studio shows. Start again or you kind of just winked at this point. I think we're gonna georgia's just opened back up so it looks like we're going to be able to have crowds again drink and so we're excited about that and we're kind of trying to figure out now how to because we just before the pandemic we were planning on doing more live shows so we're trying to figure out whether we can go back into that 'cause obviously the thing about the kobe thing is because it's so political and i'm not trying to be political but as you can't seeing You know just if a governor gets on a whim or there's political wind blowing you know you might have everything booked out and somebody goes up. We're shutting everything shut down and we're not really in a position to take those chances so we have to be really careful about the decision so right now. The plan is certainly to keep content coming up pay per views every three months. Shoot our. tv's out and we do our best to kind of plan amounting. Keep him entertaining but certainly were. There was an article a couple of weeks ago. You know. i don't know where it came from but fight base rates told somebody that were outpacing. Their expectations of growth is there. Socials are up everything's up. There's lots going on in the business that is helping us on the on. All tides lift the boats thing. So yeah we're just trying to get serious and make sure we're kind of standing where we want to be standing with things. Kick up another gear. I would say walk before you can run. you know. there's lots of things i wanna do. But i think if you're going to ask somebody for their time in in this case we're asking them for money to watch our show and you have to be solid there right. I feel really good that the roster at least shows everyone that we're serious about who we have. There are great talkers. And i'm very proud. Spinning off its sideways. I'm very proud. That somebody like eddie kingston. The work he did on. Nwa had everything to do with him getting an opportunity with aew. Maybe where he wouldn't have gotten opportunities early deserved us. Not take anything away from eddie but people seeing him on on power. God damn that guy you know like he's magnetic and some very proud of that stuff Sammy obviously worked with ricky starks. Gosh so many talents that came through our run down the card for when our shadows fall. The nwa pay per view happening this sunday. June sixth on fight dot tv. But before we get to the card. Our friends at nitsa have this friendly reminder to share with you. I know you're thinking i'm not going very far. I'm in a rush to uncomfortable. Sometimes it just forget. Don't kid yourself. there's no such thing as a good excuse for not buckling up. If you've used any of these excuses any others you're putting yourself at risk of injury or death in twenty nineteen. Nearly ten thousand. People were unbuckled when they were killed in. Crashes that's forty three percent of people killed in motor vehicle. crashes that were not wearing seatbelts. No matter what kind of vehicle you drive wearing your seat is the best defense in a crash. Even when you sit in the back seat you still need to buckle up..
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Billy corgan don't forget the new fauzi song sane you could check all streaming platforms and the videos on youtube. It's it's insane. The only video ever recorded directly on a roller coaster. Go check that out and check. Billy corgan returning to talk his jericho. Little rossi haven't kind of the process that we've had w because it's interesting to me in a world where w staffy up. Everybody they can. Aws has a huge roster. They're still not room but they're still great talent. Nba great talent impact. There's some guys in m. l. w. who are really great. And and you have these guys basically under contract to you nick. Aldis is the one that we've talked about already. So what do you do to kind of. I guess i mean nick is is your champion. And he's a guy that seems like he could probably go wherever he wants to go but obviously he continues to stay with. Nwa not to say like why. But what is the relationship you have. The that stops him from going other places. I think to be fair nicholas incredibly undervalued before his nwa tenure. And i think he's proven to the world that he's main event guy so set that aside that's a given to me. People don't agree if people disagree with that assertion that they're not gonna like what i have to say after this okay. Here's the thing about nick. Nick and i are little similar in that. We wanna prove it our way now. Knicks vision of professional wrestling in mine are not exactly the exact same. I probably a little bit more on the gaga side. He's a little bit more on this sort of physicality uk stiff upper lip site right but sort of in the general neighborhood. The thing is. I don't want to speak for him because he certainly can speak for himself. But my sense of it is is he believes if the nwa wins he wins it all. He doesn't necessarily believe if he goes to another company. He can win at all he's dealt with the politics he's dealt with the guys bearing him he's dealt with people asking me to go out and work when he's can cost you know he's been through all that part of the business and when when we called him about the he was pretty much out of the business oh already much he was pretty much out i i look it's wrestling was he out out probably not but was he. I'll at the time he was definitely down on the whole thing because he'd had us our experience even think about when they brought him back He came back to impact for a hot second. After i left. He wasn't even on the main show. They had them do a surprise appearance for like an internet segment. Yeah it's the guy. This guy was a former top guy in the company and looks great. Deathly can work. Yeah he comes back and he's on a kind of scrum at on the ramp. I mean they buried him out the door. They didn't give him a chance to get the over so at least with me. he knows. Nothing's gonna stop you like literally. Nothing's going to stop. You will go. As far as i can go where i was go. I will go as far as you can go so for kind of twins and that and whether he stays goes that's of course a family decision between him and mickey and all that stuff but the point is i really believe in meritocracy and i think my sense of it is as nick believes if he wins. I win i win. He wins and he wins it all. He calls himself the dealer. That's one of his his name's right He's playing a hand to win the whole jackpot. He wants to go down and absolute legend like yourself. If people look at the hands you played. There are a lot of times me as a sort of general fan watching it was. I don't understand what he's doing now. I look back like masterminded. You played a winning hand. Maybe you didn't know what you're doing. Sometimes maybe guest but you played a winning hand. And i think nick very similar. He wants to play winning hand. Any here's the thing. He controls his destiny. The nwa and it's pretty rare as you know. That's yeah but way he doesn't control. Destiny is losses but he controls his destiny. And i think that's attractive and desperately tried to me. That's why i kind of run my own record. Label run my own empire and around my own dressing so we do by on that account. Talk with some of the other town that you've had because i know that for example. I mean thunder rosa. We we use as much as we can. I know ricky starks is working for you for a while but you've got a whole roster of that are kind of just bubbling underneath. Talk about some of your bigger names. They're right now. We got an interesting. We've gone super big pack. Any who. I'm sure you know fans know him assignment. Diamond from these. Cw days pats and talent and patent is vision. Is we gotta go big. We just got to go big and as as as many companies trying to Let's call it faster More athletic guys. I don't know i've got. I've gone bigger bruiser so we got guys like my pero is like six four. You know to eighty his own. Who looks small. Next time is six four. You know. I miss like i was watching the ringing of how big six four we got. Genocide is almost as big as camille. She's proud five ten. I think we saw her. She was working. W dark right kind of i think. So yeah yes a silver face. It was like a robot. Yeah like the as fairly type thing. Yeah week we have a. We have a announcement come at. We're doing some stuff with aaa so we gotta tag team coming in from aaa. It's great talking about camille. Forbid she's kind of a one of your bigger stars that i'd never heard of until. Nwa now she's all over the place. She was in a ww system for while also out of wrestling And we found her and kind of talked her back into the business she worked alongside. Nick for a is a valet. She was his insurance policy. I think she issue is known as during that time. She got in a relationship with her Her fiance tom. Latimer whoever would knows bram. And what's really interesting is is in working with Hammond crimson crimson training facility in all those guys are tightening crimson and tom are super tight. They really trained her up and her advancement on the resting level. You know she played lingerie football. She was a college athlete claims softball she's just She's just raw-boned. I think she's five eleven just sheer power but again does that mean translates into into in ring. Work right you know. She had a she had a match not too long ago. Where it's like. I watched that match. And i called her up after and i said whatever you guys are doing. I'm blown away so again. It's a little bit like a fans would understand little by ball. You have to find prospects you have to find. People probably overlooked. She was discarded right out of the wwe system which statement. I mean you look at that size. Look at that beauty and you look at that charisma. Oh yeah there's a future right there. I mean you talk about an opponent for the charlotte flare something you know that type of size anyway being guest booking who else we got my god. There's so many people around.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Is like we're not competitive because we have to- two totally different visions on wrestling so it's like the world is perfect for both of us to operate because i'm kind of were year and you guys are over there and there is of course crossover but for the most part my vision is very different than he ws and so i'm very comfortable saying i'm going this way right if i can build it and prove it great and if i can't well you guys right and i was wrong. But that's that's the game is no different when i was compete against nevada. If anybody thinks is different. Like i don't. I don't get that. When nevada was the number one ban by the way with the same producer. Right where the Literally i think kurtz three weeks older than me. So it's like we're the same age same producer. Same generation when that band was massive. You think it was any different for the smashing pumpkins to try to fit like well. What's our plan right. So every everybody runs the other side of room gets the kurt cobain haircut and starts going in and we were like no. We're going to absolute king other way We'll have our own space winter. Die loser fail and that was it. It worked for me. So i i can't help it. Run the same game plan. In terms of how we think about wrestling roster and the crossover. We've had any w before we do working at pay per view is hard working. Any wrestling matches tough on the body. And that's why it's still do deal after matches. I did it after double or nothing. After repelling down the one hundred and fifty foot scoreboard. it was pretty nerve racking and Very physically active as well. And i'm sure a bunch of guys working on our shadows fall. The nba view will be doing it after their matches as well diamond dallas page's dui program has done wonders for me and so many others that can do the same for you and dallas is so sure about that..
"billy corgan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Sell more records. And all that like get myself over you know Anyway my babbling. But i think you know know that you're not though it's very interesting stuff because once again there is a lot of similarities between rock and roll and wrestling to me especially as a frontman which you are as well. They're very similar because you could be a comedian or you could be a shakespearean actor connecting with the crowd and in a live setting. That's the number one most important gay and whether it's wrestling music whatever if you cannot you'll always have the fans attention if you don't connect it doesn't matter what you do. And we've seen the bands at the lead singers. That don't connect them. I don't want to just did a podcast about rat yesterday. And how usually weren't how great they were. But i never felt that stephen peercy as as a frontman really connected with me the same way that like. I dunno vince. Neil did and that was the difference between motley crue in rat and it's the same with wrestling. It's the same in rock and roll nowadays. Is you have to connect with the audience. So there are tricks can use from both to be able to do that. it's tough. I'm thinking of stephen because i know him a little bit. You a great singer. Rollout great songs. That love rat is a ban and it's interesting because he has natural charisma. And i'm sure you've with years but sometimes charisma doesn't always translate that way to everybody. Then go like. I have kind of a weird anti charisma. I mean. almost every article written about me in the nineties was like how is this guy rockstar. you know there's like anti charisma or something like that. But you had you had the x factor though nobody up now. I'm going to put myself up but i remember standing on stage insecure moments in my life thinking do i belong here and and i would look out you in the five. Thousand pairs is or whatever Every i would be on me. This is weird. So i must be doing something right I often think what makes people really engaging onstage is is almost they're almost like borderline psychotic. When i mean by that is you can watch their inner pathos change Let's talk about vince for a second. One of the greatest performers in my opinion ever agreed you watch that. Don't even watch what vince says. Just watch his face. You literally watched the insanity tick through his face by keeps can see the the the wheels spin now. These work in me great. But it's what i'm saying is you you see the mental psychological changes. That's what makes a great actor And i think great rockstars and great performers in the wrestling ring. They have that ability to kind of take you in their inner turmoil and become something different. I remember countless times. Standing side. Stage at ozzy gig hanging out with zach and when ozzy crosses that people can see him. It's ozzy full on. Go crazy water buckets. The thing is soon as he crosses that plane. We're no one can see him. He turns into this old man. Barely walk right and you like. How could this guy be. That guy and there is a switch there. I tell you a funny story. So i was backstage When black sabbath reformed like the first time. It was the late nineties early. Two thousand eight nine hundred ninety nine or something that psycho man or more around there and actually for a hot second date invited me to play bass but that's another story. I didn't do it. i still regret it. But that's the best another so anyway. So i went to see the show and i'm sort of waiting there. It was actually at allstate arena. Which i know you've been time and i'm standing there. Backstage and source the dressing room. Where i know that main dressing room because that would be my dress standing out there. And an osce shuffles out right with this guy. Whoever's guys yeah and the guys holding a jump rope and as he's ready for the stage and he's got his is being a black line underneath and he comes out and the guy hands the jump rope and it's like oh he's gonna jump bro. You trying to be cool. He's obviously wants to exercise. It's like i'm not trying to steer. And i met him before so it was like hey sub just kind of like being like this kind of like any comes out and he goes. He jumps one skip a rope and he hands the rope back to the guy and he goes.
"billy corgan" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"V. was a taped episode of wcw. Saturday night december of nineteen ninety four which was not opposite of any. Wwe programming at the time. Y'all wouldn't be people mcmahon. Actually address savages exit on raw and thanked him for his work for the company. Pbs insider Also notes that lawler may have been mixing up savages moved to wcw and legs. Luger's move to the company on the first night of wcw nitro when he worked a wwe hall show one night before and luger was also misnamed as legs logar in that episode so you know apparently there's many different production teams That's working on many different episodes of biography Which explains why you guys from the stone. Cold to the piper to the macho man wide just had like that completely different look field the whole aura. That's because there's many different teams Pretty much on this and everything Select for so for example. So for example. Billy corgan corgan nine w. a. billy corgan. I'm saying billy corgan like barron. Corden billy corgan. And alfred spellman they were producers forty savage special whereas piper. and steve austin when that had different producers. So you you you kinda gotta see kind of goes back to what i was saying earlier. Man you just kinda gotta look at the shit. You're watching this and you know it would really help that before you watch these things you go in and you got the mindset Okay let me do my research. Let me just kind of get an idea of unity overall story and in just mentally. Just kinda compare notes. Edger as you're watching the special and everything but yeah. When i watched that my girl will tell you when i watched. Stf boston join. I was like oh so we just gonna go right past the whole wisdom go right past the whole stone cold abuse there right where we're just gonna go right. Pass that okay. I could also in the perfect world of wwe. You feel where. I'm coming from so apparently the next Biography is going to be on booker. T you know what that's a story you know everybody that has followed the career booker. T. you know they. They know about that story. I know about his story. You know very well. But i wouldn't mind actually watching that Of the brother. I wouldn't mind watching that and Cnn nice little updated version. And you know. I would also like to hope. They actually do cover that great lens. I would love to hear about the whole political aspirations that he's had 'cause you know remember. He tried to run mayor. I think for houston a couple of times and everything. So i i actually will check that out. I actually will watch that. You know but the other ones. It's kinda like especially roddy. Roddy piper's one. Roddy piper's one. It's like jacana account already know about that one Hell i rare. Roddy piper's autobiography. That was released a pretty much post monia asleep by his daughter And son right so it's kind of one of those. Tell me something i. I don't know. I would trust that biography and dark side of the ring crew. You know doing their interpretation of roddy piper a lot more than something that was heavily Produced in had a lot of cooks in the kitchen but mainly was overseeing By guys from the wwe speaking dark side of the ring. They're doing a marathon right now before the season premiere and Remember they return season three. It's this thursday. I thought i was going to have a double whammy is tuesday now so They are back. This thursday nine.
"billy corgan" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"What do you guys think Do is like three big singles off. That record is wild boys. That i remember was one of them right. That was the big video with it. Costs how much money but it was it was. It was huge production and then new moon on monday was the second single. Probably when the dots on me my friend yes those are the two but the reflex was the big single and the rigs cycle in my personal musicians. Opinion is the better song and after you get through those three you are really having to dig deep to find anything that other than just sort of background eighty cents music. The guitars are mixed way out which drives me. I love new wave music but when you add real guitar to it in real drums it feel like it's just a little more. Sassy three good songs in the rest was filler or as my notes would say amazing versus crap. Yes i think that's even better. I mean to say that because we're talking my niece guy. These are all amazing artists and amazing producers and amazing work. That goes into it. We're just having a little fun. Don't don't take it sir. No hate mail from simon lebron's fan club people. I don't need that. What kind of makeup did they use. They got better makeup after rio. That's for sure. Very i mean. Talk about a look and crew. There's no out. i think. My wife still has an unbelievably weird crush on the very handsome and very talented. John taylor and can you blame her. I have a crush on. John taylor as do i. I'm roach person. But that's okay even for a guy who doesn't really play the keyboards but has a lot of them. I'm into it. She said to john taylor base work. You know yeah well. All right not to fall in love with them thank you. my number. Three is the smashing pumpkins adore. That came out in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight now. You may remember that. The smashing pumpkins had a huge hit with a saul tonight. Tonight that came out in nineteen ninety-five off the album melancholy and the infinite sadness. It was a big album. In fact i took two cds worth of music. I really liked that record. Allot a by liked The siamese dream album came before that more. But i thought melancholy and the infinite sadness was really great but it sold a lot of copies because of that song tonight tonight well lead singer and bandleader billy corgan. He decided to pull a david bowie. And says we're going in another direction and he fired the drummer..
"billy corgan" Discussed on The Moratorium
"I saw that too. I don't think it was as Uplifting military gilliam movie right now know. Vincent directed it. He was the writer for alien. Three great third talking about a charles dance the other day the guy that the the disgrace doctrine alien through good. Watch game of thrones. But i've heard he's awesome in that. He is incredible in that he was on something that he just popped up in something. We're watching. I can't remember what it was. But i was like. Hey honey see charles dance with a weird fake eyeball from last action. We could go on and on. I think nine different things that he's done have been adapted so he did He wrote dance of the dead. It was a masters of horror. I'll yeah yeah. Who does that one might have been. hooper yes. It is tobe hooper. I remember liking that one. I didn't read the story. But the masters boroughs pretty good. And a post apocalyptic society seventeen year. Old peggy lives with her mom who's overprotective since her daughter since her young daughter anna died. There's no spaces in there. So i says daughter comma just got it. Threw me off well. Sensor young daughter anna died. Peggy works at her mom's restaurant when to punked couples come to punk couples two couples now. This is boring. yeah peggy's attracted. Oh my god. It's just a long synopsis. It's a summary. Yeah it's not that complicated. Robert england is the emcee for a fight club. Type of thing no okay. Zombie fight club. I don't. I don't know if i can't remember what the thing is. I don't know if there's all bs or it's definitely like post apocalyptic. I think anyway interesting. Pam mccartney is just an actress credited But it says she's the apocalyptic waitress. Well that's a great name. That's a good like judas. Priest album higher. Billy corgan to the music for that one. I mean you know. I have much today. My brain is like tapioca. I understand and as is mine and it's not necessarily because we came off of a week's vacation i mean that's a lot of it. I've had a lot going on this week You had your eyeballs I wasn't necessarily going to mention it but the oh yes our. I will not be releasing pictures. That i've been taking of myself. I've taken more self ease this week. Then i have in my entire life but you will put up on patriots when i will sell these to you for the low low price of so i had my eyelids lifted because they were obstructing my vision and this is probably the most painful thing i've ever done. Oh really did not think it was going to hurt this bad. I have woken up every day this week with my eyes nearly swollen shut a. It's not good. No aunt good pop and hydrocortisone and ice packs. And oh yeah so. I've been all over the place and which is really going to show in my yarn wall which we were. Just coming off of Repeal the story of ricky yes. And which i have nothing to add to that movie whatsoever. I don't know what you would add. Were you able to go back and watch any of the The animated yes. I did watch a few that. I've liked the animated Very much yes. So you've been kind of beaten about the face hen. I i look like Jack elam took a a an italian sausage to me. You went into the doctor and you're like kenya..
Smashing Pumpkins Announce New Album
"And it doesn't sound back. But he guys with the bluesy cover of the Rolling Stones doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, heartbreaker, I hope I got an abusing their track release. Yes. You do features Mick Jagger on backing vocals and her Monica. The song is one of a dozen tunes on the Rolling Stones tribute album. Chicago plays the stones which also features Keith Richards on beast of burden Meemaw, Chicago plays. The stones is out. Now smashing pumpkins are announcing the title and release date of their long awaited reunion album, the man's first new