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Smashing Pumpkins, Fall Out Boy, Taylor Bennett Part Of Virtual Festival To Support Chicago Venues

Bob Sirott

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Smashing Pumpkins, Fall Out Boy, Taylor Bennett Part Of Virtual Festival To Support Chicago Venues

"To hear about this music festival. A virtual one, of course, but a pretty good one this weekend, right? Right. Lot of big names. This is, um This is being organized, in part to support the Chicago Independent Venue League, which is a group of about 40 different venues spread out all over Chicago. They form together to just try to get through the pandemic. There is estimate that about 90% of Chicago, small venues would go out of business. A to the rate. They were going to get a little bit of a bailout from the government in this last round of pandemic of funding, But you know they're still there still struggling. They're still limping through trying to get to the day when we can at least start getting together and at least smaller groups inside like that. So there's the festival begins today at 2 P.m.. It said it today tomorrow. And Sunday and it's some of the big names are gonna be the smashing pumpkins. They are scheduled for Sunday night. Fall out boy is playing today. Taylor Bennett's on the list. Um Charlie Xcx is good is playing. It's It's just a group of 25 different bands. They're all pitching in, and some of the proceeds are going to go to this Chicago independent venue league just to keep these thieves places to keep the lights on until we can all go back there. Yes,

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Have to albums ten years apart, and supposedly third album is on the way dog is how? Bill. Sorry it's like an audio trainwreck. Anyway. This smashing pumpkins signed onto the record label BMI and planned for two albums. The first being monuments to allergy, and then the second called day for. Night. Corgan explained how the album's would different tone. This is the be nice record and the other is the be not so nice record unquote. Later. He said quote the be not so nice is becoming be really not nice. Ready to go there now. Unquote. Monuments. Itself is only thirty three minutes long half the run time of oceanic. It was received generally favorably. But the general consensus was that Billy Corgan wasn't sure of what the audience wanted in Kurgan. Himself was left with a bad taste in his mouth. He said quote I thought for sure I'd get really strong reviews new album monuments to an elegy based on the feedback I was getting but I'm getting the same reviews I got back in the day these kinds of middling muddling reviews that just won't fucking say that this is a fucking brilliant album by brilliant artist. Also elaborated that quote this is not a three star record nobody believes it's a three-star record nobody. Okay. These people obviously did maybe I shouldn't be so absolute but I've been in this business for twenty five years and there's nobody in it. WHO believes this is a three star record nobody. The second album in the BMI deal day for night would wrap up the tear garden by Kaleidoscope project but it never came to be corgan explained quote seeing monuments come out, and then going back to the day for Night Demos I feel that the smashing pumpkins shouldn't be an army band anymore monuments is a little bit not comfortable day for night is going back to something that would appeal to my teenage self monuments is really cool and I loved having reimbursed my pop leanings but is that why I really started the band? Is that what drove me forward not at all monuments? Is Me solving a problem? How to the smashing Pumpkins back into the mainstream? I.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

01:34 min | 6 months ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Unquote. Billy Corgan new new version of the smashing pumpkins now included himself Mike Burn on drums, Nicole Fair and Tino on Bass and Jeff Schroeder returning on guitar. Since two thousand seven, the Pumpkins next adventure was conceived to be of an epic scope, a concept album called Tiergarten by kaleidoscope that is based on the fool's journey from the Tarot. Corgan explained his interpretation as quote there's a childlike innocence when you don't really know anything in the world and it all seems big magical to teen aware but not really liking what's. Going on the third person that's cynical where you get kind of bitter because you feel so small and there's all these things that are sort of happening but there's not much you can do about it. The fourth stage of that would be finding a sort of spiritual place within yourself where you can live in reality you can see it for what it is, but maybe you can find a deeper source of inspiration in peace hooking past president future all at the same time and trying to have that perspective unquote. CORGAN stated goal for the entire project was to create a quote, a whole news exciting smashing pumpkins sound. That is compatible with the old sound, but is wholly different unquote. He also said he felt an affinity between the new material and the first few smashing pumpkins albums not because of a conscious effort but because he is again enjoying that style. Co Producer Kerry Brown explained that mindset going into the recording quote the goal is to treat each song sonically different to best present. It's Palette. Billy writes a song. We record a demo listen back and the feeling that the song evokes and then visualize the.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Gretzky just wanted to be left alone. On the day of the future embraces release Corgi announced via full page ads in the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun Times that he had quote made plans to renew and revive the smashing pumpkins unquote shortly after Chamberlain announced that he would be joining Corgan the renewed Pumpkins and the pair began work on writing and releasing new material. Once they were satisfied, they recruited English producer Roy Thomas Baker. Baker, worked with Frank Zappa, the Rolling Stones David Bowie the WHO and produced five albums buy a little band called Queen. Corden insisted the duo version of the band wouldn't be a huge departure from the previous incarnation because he and Jimmy did all the work recording the old albums to. Chamberlain described the recording sessions as a quote long Labor is process to greatness unquote. Set guest was recorded live to tape without click tracks her editing largely on the same twenty, four track tape recorder that melancholy and the infinite sadness was recorded on according to Baker quote everything sort of had an on off switch. So instead of having various degrees of volumes, we'd have their approach of it's either on or it's not unquote coordinated. The album's goals were threefold one. We WanNa make a smashing pumpkins record that on I listen people wouldn't be like Ugh. This is not what I wanted. We weren't trying to make some grand declaration it was more like a polo. To we're also making a political comment about what it's like to live in emerging fascist country. Three what can we offer? Why even have the smashing Pumpkins? Two Thousand Seven style? Is it relevant anymore? Does it mean anything? He compared the mindset of the record to that of dish. which was to make a statement without trying to make the next the wall. For the album cover the band recruited designer illustrator, shepherd ferry ferry commented on the album cover saying quote I think global warming is an issue that is currently relevant time sensitive and a symptom of shortsightedness in the US as a broader metaphor, the drowning statue of liberty a revered icon in the US symbolizes the imminent demise of many of the ideals upon which the nation was founded civil liberties freedom of speech. Privacy etc.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

02:44 min | 6 months ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"But everything was not perfect during the ninety five tour to support melancholy Jimmy Chamberlin's father died substance abuse hit a fever pitch chamberlain later said. I learned that escapism was better than emotion and that's where I hid. It got to the point where I didn't really care wife was scary for me. In May of ninety six, the smashing pumpkins played at the point theatre in Dublin Ireland despite the band's repeated requests for the moshing to stop a seventeen year fan named Bernadette O'Brien was crushed to death. The concert ended early in the following nights performance in Belfast was canceled out of respect for. On July Twelfth Touring Keyboardist Jonathan. Melvoin died in a Manhattan Hotel Room of a heroin overdose after he chamberlain used the drug together. Chamberlain was later arrested on a misdemeanor drug possession charge coordinator told MTV news that Chamberlain had already overdosed two different versions during the melancholic tour but the band had managed to keep those situations private. Smashing Pumpkins made the decision to fire Chamberlain and continue as a trio. Corgan also knows a change darcy risky saying she began a quote apparent slow descent into insanity and or drugs take your pick. The, Pumpkins chose to finish the tour hiring replacement keyboardist and drummer coordinator said the decision to continue touring was the worst decision abandoned ever made damaging both their music and their reputation. Days after firing chamberlain the smashing pumpkins issued a statement in which they said quote for nine years we've battled with Jimmy struggles with the insidious disease of drug and Alcohol Addiction. It is nearly destroyed everything we are in stand for we wish him the best we have to offer. The band also gave interviews saying that melancholy would be the last conventional pumpkins record and that rock was becoming stale post melancholy pumpkins release multiple songs to various compilations like the song I for David Lynch's movie. The. Lost Highway and the end is the beginning is the end for the soundtrack for the film Batman and Robin both of these songs relied almost exclusively on electronic instruments signaled a drastic shift from the pumpkins previous musical styles. At the time Corgan, stated his quote idea to reconfigure the focus and get away from the Classic Guitars Bass Drum Rock Format Jamesy Ha said quote the future is an electronic music. It really seems boring just to play. Rock music. Next time a new album and the fractures solidify. In the mid ninety s the smashing Pumpkins, Roy successful double album melancholy and the infinite sadness. But they were an uncertain position touring keyboardist died from a drug overdose drummer Jimmy. Chamberlin had been.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

07:46 min | 9 months ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"The phaser creates some artifact frequencies that are not actually present in the guitar. Sound itself. And so if you pop another one on top of that, it's just GONNA to. Accentuate it then per perhaps to a destructive point. What a what a fun thing to try though! I like it just takes a little bit to get there. Yeah, this one I had to sit with a couple of times before I before I really properly enjoyed it, but it is, it is fun. It's it's. It's a journey and I think the I listen through it kind of caught me off guard, but it kind of makes sense on repeated listens. To grow or not a show. Let's move on to Pale horse. Yeah so this is one where you know it's. It's a weird. A weird sound, but I think an earlier iteration of the band wouldn't have been able to make that weird sound work as well as it does here. Yeah I this one like I. When I listened to it, I'm like okay. This is kind of weird and like. I don't know maybe maybe me reading about the what it's about and reading into the lyrics and stuff made me like it more, but I at this point where I stand now with I really like it but it just took time for to grow on me. Yeah this one also took a couple of lessons. I don't have a lot to say about the sound of the song other than that. It's you know it's a bit unique, but I really loved the content. Yeah Yeah, the suffering says you know Zine few several times. thorazine is sorry. Throwers is the name of an antipsychotic medication primarily used to treat psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia When Billy Corgan was four years old, his mother was committed to a mental mental institution. Being merely a child be kept in the dark about the details of her situation, so that's kind of what this song is about. And the title horse references the Pale Horse of death in the book of revelation in the Bible. Yes I have. Copied pace of my lyrics. That's basically what it's all about with the horse itself is. I do do kind of wonder why he's invoking that. I mean other than perhaps, too, you know. Burn the world down in a certain in a certain extent. Yeah, and I I need to I'm assuming. To double, check I think. His mom has passed a year cashiers. Yeah, yeah, we had this earlier, but if The if if you know if. She's passed away and the Pale horse is death. then. Maybe it's kind of like you know the Pale horse like come here. Come, bring my mom back for a minute kind of a thing. That's kind of what I was was going. Feel sort of a different a different take on making a deal with the grim. Yeah especially because it ends with all the know, please come back. Please come back. pay a horse. And I'm always a sucker for religious imagery in a nonreligious song. Really have always kind of liked that as a songwriting device. Yeah I. Still Have the the the quote from the article, but I have another quote from Billy. That kind of lanes with what we're talking about so he said to this day I still don't know the exact reasons. My mom was committed to a mental hospital All anyone would tell me was. That shouldn't take it away for for having taken quote too many diet pills while she was trying to lose some weight and flipped out. I I wasn't around whenever that happened she was held for over two months, and then dramatically escaped by jumping a fence and running away. No doctors ever came to get her back. No, no one at the time ever told me what was happening were explained why mother was gone, I was already away. And I just stayed away just like her. This is how I came at the age of four to be passed back and forth between grandmothers and great GRANDPA grandmothers and GRANDPA's dead. Grandma's I never again with with my mom. Wow. That's pretty heavy. Yeah Yeah so But here is the the normal article stuff that we've been reading. Pretty much from the beginning. This is one of those ones where you have a good riff and your end. You say I'm going to write a song. The original demo was very stiff and choppy Da da Da da dum. Drum machine. With the drum machine or something, but you actually say I really like that feeling. So then it becomes. Can we convert that to the band right away? The Band said it was a really great song. A lot of times, you have that kind of riff. You don't really want. Get to tricky. It creates a hypnotic effect. You, don't you? Don't WanNa? Change some keys too much, so I lean back on some of those artists who use space well in old pumpkins ideology. If you started with that riff, the song would get bigger and louder in this ideology. It actually gets smaller, and that's how you get the dynamic backup and quote. I mean. I think he spells it out there pretty well that it it's counter to their normal songwriting strategy It's pretty effective because of it honestly. I particularly liked the lyric running out of present tense. This. Whole feeling of like when you have a relationship with somebody in your catching up and you're running out of things to catch up on and it's. Very relatable, powerful lyric that went hit my year real hard. Yeah Yeah did this whole. This whole one is just powerful, especially knowing you know the backstory with his mom and stuff. Yeah this one I I I think it's I. Think relies heavily on the knowledge of what the song is about a this is one of my favorite songs on the album it's it's a real good one. I had to sit with it and do some reading before. Before I enjoyed it a little bit more on the lyrics itself, but yeah, it's a good. All right, so let's serve onto the camera I fucking love this one. unsurprised. The riff rock song I fucking love it. Surprise. Yeah I mean I thought this was a really good. I loved it, too, but that is just fun. You know it's like not quite. CREOLE CRAZY ZEITGEIST SOUND But it was. It Feels very close to Quasar kind of in that feel and works on the same album. Is Chris are so for me? This one feels very Siamese dreamy. Yeah Yeah It's got that same sort of energy. It's a little faster, a little more punk rock. And At the end of the day. As much as I like nuanced music kind of really enjoy just an adulterated rocker. There will always be a soft spot in my heart for for this kind of music. However relevant it may or may not be. All right, let's. SEE WHAT BILL TO SAY? We recordings recording drums for something else, and there was a problem with the snare drum. I had ten minutes where I was just standing out there with the guitar and my next, so I started playing with Mike just went. Oh, man I love that riff and I was like really so. So, to be a show off, I quickly arranged it into a song Mike was all for it, and within a week that we were recording it. A few people vast was like having a twenty something in the band..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"So that's true. Yeah that's accurate have four stomachs delivers. It's the thing. Yeah so Brian we're we're back with another episode nurse. Smashing pumpkins series What are we? What are we covering this time We're we're covering I think probably the first the first smashing pumpkins record that either one of US heard right at release time. Yes is the first one that we were concurrent listeners. To two thousand seven Zeitgeist. Yeah very excited for this episode. This is an album that Yeah like you said we listened to when it came out and this win when I'm talking about the ideal smashing pumpkins this is it like. That's that's what The audio IMPR- imprint. That was put in my head So I guess I kind of need to put a disclaimer out at least for my opinions like Because I really like all this stuff. And maybe a long time Season Veterans of smashing Pumpkins. Who were he'd been around since day? One artists thrilled about this era of special pumpkins. But so don't Don't disclaim that you have opinions. And they're fucking valid. Thank you Brian but I just I just you know I don't want you know rant and rave about this thing that I I hate it when people I hate it in podcast when the hosts have a very definitive this song is good or this song is bad or this whatever movie is good or bad this this objective piece of art is objectively. Good yeah yeah or well mainly though it's air tate's me when it's bad and especially if it's a thing that I love so it's like near okay. Finding it difficult to listen to this episode. Now because you're just trashing on this thing that I enjoy Not Saying it's perfect but yeah well that to say I really like this. Sorry if we disagree So one thing that I kind of want to bring up real quick is actually. I've got two things but The first one is I hate it when everybody does the whole you know. Webster's dictionary defines thing sure but zeitgeist normal word. It's not a normal word but basically it's German for this Spirit of the age or spirit of the Times so Just kind of that makes sense. I think based on this album. The band broke up for a few years. They all went on their separate things. And then to billy and Jimmy got back together and made this album well and it's funny because I think before the release of this album was never really aware of the word Zeitgeist but I feel like over the course of the thirteen years that have passed since it's released it's made its way much more into design geist. Ironically enough I feel like you hear it quite often now talking about a lot of political economical discussions talking about the current. Eat the rich zeitgeist that we have that sort of thing and so for anybody who has not heard it used an sentence. That's kind of what you would do it. It's just the vibe we got going right now. Is designed geist with a young person's definition all right So and then the other thing that I have for we jumped into the meat of the episode I have a request for you. Brian Okay for this for this album. Corrigan's mantra was for the album's rhythm parts was quote. Shuffle Shuffle which Jimmy Jimmy Chamberlin resisted Andrew. Eventually to the songs and the album had shuffle. Beats Yeah As a non music person I guess what is a shuffle? Beat and then maybe as we go along point out. Those shuffle beats yes hundred percent So shuffle is sort of a colloquialism for Swung time and I've talked about swing in some of the inch nails episodes. It doesn't happen a lot in smashing pumpkins because smashing. Pumpkins is a driving rock bands at the beats our standard right because kick kick snare kick kick snare in that rhythm right. That's kind of the base. Yeah and shuffle if you think to blues is like bump bump bump bump down that ended ended ended and ended and that that bouncing rhythm is a shuffle and the way that works is if you take a normal string of eight eighth notes to make up one measure so one and two and three and four and and instead of putting in two eight notes per beat yet crammed three where two should fit you get one and a two and three and a foreign one and a two to three in Florida and those are triplets and that a shuffle beat is played by removing that middle. And so it's one two three four a one a two or three of four so good example that is some of the tracks towards the middle of the record. Were they actually do play and that sort of swamp time and it's a wild thing world sudden. We do have kind of a very different PUMPKINS for a couple of these songs that the energy level is just different in the ethos is a little bit different but Jimmy Chamberlin kicks the ever loving shit out of it. Okay well you know when we get there point amount and oh yeah cool. Let's jump into some history.

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Samsung aired a Galaxy Z Flip commercial during the Oscars before it’s even announced

Daily Tech News Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Samsung aired a Galaxy Z Flip commercial during the Oscars before it’s even announced

"All right let's talk a little bit about that Samsung Ad. Yeah I how did the Oscars don't always make it in the show. But the did this year Samsung aired a commercial during the Oscars showing a previously unannounced foldable device which we all soon we'll be called L. D. Galaxy Z.. Flip shown in purple and also in black. The phone uses a clam shell form factor but doesn't appear to fold completely flat. It was shown sitting on a table at two ninety degree angle and with a small full color display on the front showing caller. Id with the slider to accept calls while folded if you're paying attention and notice at the bottom bottom of the screen stated you may not small crease in the center of the main screen which is a natural characteristic of the screen. The ad promised more details at Samsung unpacked event February eleventh. which is tomorrow I watched this? And the first thing I thought was oh an ample ad in the Oscars and then the phone started folding and I thought wait is is this razor and then I realized that that didn't look like the Motorola razor and I waited to discover. It was a Samsung ad at the very end which is interesting Charlotte because this is Samsung having an ad for a mainstream audience a day before it actually announces the details of a product. So that's very interesting. I guess this is kind of an equipment of doing a super bowl ad isn't it. It's kind of big big lied as big. But yeah cl- it's along the same lines right as we said it was a relatively small audience for Oscars. But it's a lot of people watching something alive but I. I was amazed. It looked like a mirror. I in my handbag like compact. Yeah exactly exactly. I have to get the phone. We'll find thing like the early two thousands especially when it comes with like the the fine print of like you know it almost like. It's like a prescription medication ad where it's like side effects may include right death to your doctor. Side effects may include a crease green. That means it's Oh you know. And they've and they've all kinds of loans companies have been trying to push these products. The kind of we know there's been a number of issues though creating these foldable foldable phones. I just calling advantage what problem. They're trying to sell it by creating these products. Yeah I'm still hung up on the idea that you I'm amy this this this is why maybe they know. People aren't clear on what a foldable should do. So seeing it in action ahead of the announcement might it make people more excited for the announcement that could be the thinking or it may be just that Samsung realizes we none of us can actually keep all of these details from leaking taking anymore so we might as well lead into it. And just put an ad out there. I have to say though if I'm watching the Oscars as an average user not a DNS host or even a listener. Probably I'm probably like oh I'm going to the apple store tomorrow and get that full foldable phoned because it really looked like an apple ad and nobody understands galaxy unpacked impact what that is like if if anything they might know it was Samsung. Did it but it could be very confusing for people like it very apple. It's it's funny though. There was apple commercial. That was about like nightmare and it was a smashing pumpkins song and I felt the same way I was like this. Has it has to be an apple ad but are they going to be another company like we're getting to the point now where we're like. ooh This is a well. Well done ad. WHO IS IT ADOBE AD? It was very clearly adobe from the beginning so I commend them for that.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Out. Please let us know and if there's anything you feel like you can be getting out of the show that you're not let us now. Our patrons are receiving the heat at this point twenty to forty minute pre show it just kind of preparation of banter. Tonight's episode was like an hour pretty much damn near an hour before we really got underway in and golly. Was it exciting. An action packed there. There were some moments of mutual discovery and there was a mystery none of this joke because this uh-huh the accurate descriptors of what occurred so you know maybe maybe worth your time and it may be worth your coin <hes> and that is a very legitimately intimately powerful way that you can help us out other than that if you've got questions. If you want to talk to us it is tap. Yeah we have to hear from you. <hes> patriotic and other you know support from listeners helps us do is get that website up and running and into something that it would be kind of really cool and a great place to a portal for people to come and discover us in addition to being a good portal for people to discover us. It's also a place as where we can pay more content forward whether it be something more casual light. Get a list of songs to check out stuff like that. We we see that as an opportunity italy for us to engage with everyone a little bit more directly and if we can work on the back end to make that connect with more of her social media there's a handful of things that were really aiming for and if you can help us get there with your hard earned money and you feel like it'd be worth your time but i cannot tell you how much we appreciate it for sure <hes> brian the people they want to talk to us. I don't know why i'm phrasing things like christopher walken but just keep doing it because i love the people they wanna talk to us. How do they do that. They can find this on the electronic.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Hello kitty cat go oppa ghost use apples oranges and then then nothing on machina but then machine to has innocence and the white spider as it's a good run it. It's it's funny because that actually kind of turned into a trope of all rock and having to a lesser extent new bet nu metal bands in the years. Here's that followed billy once again. Setting trans- <hes> we got an email from vincent <hes> and he's and this is something that comes up <hes> quite a bit in comments over the place but that figure it'd be good just to bring it up on the show and give our explanation the do you do. You think you can play your analysis to pisces. He's a scary. There are some great songs that i would be really interested to hear your take on so we talked about pisces briefly and we kind of we mentioned schnitt little bit in in mellon. It was either melancholy or no his siamese dream. We mentioned it was over siamese dream. We didn't really there's some good songs longs in there but it wasn't a those songs. We're not assembled to be on that album. They were all built assembled to be on different albums and then they were put together other for this because they were kind of leftover pieces and frankenstein so you know it works on its own as a standalone thing but for what we're doing we're trying to really just focus on the main studio albums specifically with special pumpkins. There's a lot of stuff like this series will be very long for <hes> simple. Yeah we'll be stuck in the world of of pumpkins for rolling time and even though pumpkins are great. It's the same band for a real long time just the wall if we got into all the b sides and everything would turn into too literal years yeah by that point it was absolutely no lack of love a respect for smashing pumpkins. I'm going to be ready to do something different yeah. That's that's being set. Yes that being said. It's garrett to solve album. We we did do a quick kind of just chat about it back in <hes> siamese dream episode but <hes> yeah that's kind of the general thing. There's going to be some of those yeah. There's there's more besides and rarities albums by smashing pumpkins that we're not gonna have time to touch on over one of them especially with the re masters have all those. It's like six discs and so it's i do have an idea that i want to that. Were there bryan and i've been talking a little bit about about doing something with pisces in the future that wouldn't be in the main feed <hes> but we'll try and up to date update you all when we get something more concrete. Yes stay tuned more more more info to come on that something. We'll definitely have in there yeah. We we will spend a little more time with <hes> <hes> next we have jeremy who emailed us so he's saying that we asked a question about what band took a while to get into or abandoned gut took a while to get into the ten thousand days episode <hes> what immediately came to his mind was bjork's maduekwe singer. Bjork is one of those artists who cds that they will buy without question <hes> she is that good..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"It was really prevalent in some of the more are elderly even wanna say avant-garde because it's not even that weird but like just the pieces of pop culture that were coming out that we're just a little edgy. Did this feels feels very appropriate to all of request. I did a quick search on google for ninety nine hundred ninety eight rockets <hes> lenny kravitz fly away <hes> mhm pretty fly for a white guy by the offspring. I don't wanna miss a thing by aerosmith. <hes> one week naked ladies celebrity skin by whole <hes> <hes> cakes never there <hes> so that's kind of generally the you know there's there's some marilyn manson is some rob. Zombie and carnegie wins my favorite game. It's a great song <hes> so yeah. That's the kind of stuff that other stuff that's happening in rock at least yeah and i think what what the the gang you know kind of accomplished here was putting out now that existed very much on the border between green rock and pop while committing being neither and i think that if they committed more one direction or the either it probably would have better the record even if they had gone a little popular but i'm really glad they didn't choose to go that way because and frankly and i'm not trying to make any insults here at all billy is not a pop vocalist. He lacks the control and and the the particularly the tonal control wpro pitch is almost always in tune. He's just got this very piercing. Grading tone that i think is part of what throws a lot of people off the band and and it makes so much sense in the context of rock then when you get into this popular territory. It's like okay well. What's this asshole. Do i agree with that and so i feel like this is now from that had a lot offer. Artistically the didn't quite come to fruition correctly but when you go back to the <hes> the ideas of talking about this maybe being someone's favourite record right <hes> <hes> if all draw a parallel here. I've got a handful of like musician co workers who really can't stand anything from nine inch nails past the fragile. Even the fragile was a tipping point for some people or is like for anybody to listen to the fragile like oh. He's gone soft. I'm like are are you out of your fucking mind but we were you and i were introduced. I mean yes the song wish but like the first album that you and i both sit down with nine. Inch nails sales is with teeth and that is a transitional period for the band. It's the first time he's come back sober right. There's a lot of people who do not like it and yeah yeah so imagine you were a child born in one thousand nine hundred eighty four right and your parents won't go let you go by whatever damn c._d. You want so so finally it's one thousand nine hundred eighty or fourteen years old and you got your your fucking work-permit like i'll just go miyoko by something that's going to piss my pants missile off right and so you pick up this record you have no previous knowledge of this band and you're under this weird gothic rock pop band. That's that's that's what my my perception of. Smashing pumpkins is based only on this one record okay yeah. Tell me that like an angsty..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Lot of the other songs on this album yeah and the field i get checking out that reimagined and version of it is <hes> it makes sense to me that my walker played drums for filter okay because the the drumbeats kinda feel in line with some filters more prevalent songs like amen nice shot <hes> obviously it's absent a lot of the more like bombastic guitar dr work that went along with them but yeah i i can definitely kinda see how the it's sort of smears the lines there yeah i i agree with billy it the way they did. It was less less. Electron is probably better. Yeah yeah keeps the it keeps us on more honest in this particular case. I mean it's funny because the drums are pretty electronic in the original version but <hes> the there were done tastefully. I think that's been a thing that i've been noticing lots of over the course of this is the most of the songs and i say most for very important reason <hes> are fairly tasteful with their incorporation of electronic elements all right well. Let's move onto apple's. Plus oranges oranges spelled with a very fancy j. apples misspelt. Oh yeah that's right it's l._s. Yeah apell's in iran jaz <hes> <hes> yeah this one's for me that does not incorporate t- <hes> electronic elements particularly tasteful or subtle way not really a fan of this one as a pumpkin song. Yeah i think if you gave this to a different band then look life life would be good here. I feel like not as a pumpkin. Song is a perfectly fine ninety eight pump song. Sorry ninety eight pop song. I i feel the same as they do about crestfallen <hes> in a weird way. I'm reminded a little bit of like an earlier dirtier version asian of muse when i think of songs map of the problematic okay i could see that <hes> but but it's without sort of some of the sparkle and bombast that makes that so ask influences yeah that sort of more theatrical element isn't really present there. It's just okay at the drums or rockaway sixteenths and go. Let's let's look at billy corgan lender notes and for this part because it is a conversation between billion fan brian and i will dramatize this because it's really hard to read otherwise <music> if you don't have to different voices so billy corgan says one time i was walking down the street and was confronted by a fan. You do realize that you've stolen that title from pink floyd song yes of course so. Why didn't you change it but i did and how so when it's the same by using the danish spelling of oranges got him my portrayal billy corgan. It was horrible but hopefully so bad that it's has no. It's no longer offensive so he. He says he goes on to say <hes> said to say but this joke was lost on him. <hes> so many jokes have been lost on so many of the put upon that aside eight-plus a plus has the distinction of being the first song written for adore demo doubt during a session with matt walker as other music being put together for what would become the ransom mm soundtrack but denisa earlier. That's the other song was the first song furnace <hes> so i think he talked about <hes> to sheila being the first recorded but i think he's saying this was the first one written <hes> the first take okay so there's written in regards to sheila was was the i take on the first day of the album all right. I just want to make sure whereas i think if i was confused in other people would definitely be confused definite but <hes> yeah fun and facts <hes> smashing pumpkins earliest billy corgan was going to do the ransom soundtrack starring mel gibson while i remember watching that movie with my mother mother now wow okay cool. I'm back in folsom california the years two thousand and one <hes>..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"All. I really have to say about this. One is is that if this hadn't come from the smashing pumpkins this would have been an absolutely spot on and perfect pop song for nineteen ninety eight yeah. I really don't have much for this one <hes> well. The only thing that we're going to me out about it is that it is the pumpkins that that's the the only thing that that strikes me about this. This doesn't feel any weird to me than like steal my sunshine by latin okay yeah again. It's like oh what band dan got billy corgan guest guest vocals yeah yeah exactly right. It doesn't sound this -serily wig like a pumpkin. Song definitely definitely sounds like billy singing cool little side. Let's look at the liner notes and <hes> so billy says the tune is a piano ballad through and through despite my attempts here here and previously and demos to electrify its sorrows that said i'm partial to the songs cadence even if i can't say why as has the melody embodies something not easily found in my various searches in a minor and although although i will admit it is a bit syrupy the lyrics lyrics as a whole are direct at least represent the undaunted heart in an album where so much is broken yet in this one does have a an honest feeling feeling of being very intact <hes> th there's nothing particularly per me particularly challenging about it. <hes> the one thing that i think is kind of interesting to note listening to it from my perspective at least is that these piano parts what's that he's doing. They're definitely even though i think he actually learned piano. I the way that he's forming. These changes seems to be very colored. The fact that he's been <hes> playing guitar for so long okay the the the very way that he's forming these kind of feels somewhere in between a piano partner art and guitar part to me <hes> and that that's like a really niche nuance to point out but there's something about the way that he's building in these that doesn't feel distinctly like a piano part feels tinged guitar direction which is interesting in unique. I i just checked on the three issue of for door. There is a crestfallen <hes> it's labeled matt walker reimagined <hes> but it's it has a lot more of that. It might be some real drums in there but there's a lot there. There's it sounds like it's real drums but it's with a lot of affects on top like maybe through drum pad kind of thing not. It's not so much <hes> drum machine if you if you can if if there's a difference there but it does kind of it sounds like it was a real like an electric remix. Somebody made like they pulled. All the parts arts l. the things apart and spiced in things and then you know push back together to make a remix song it doesn't it really sounds like something that it sounds way less like the smashing pumpkins than a lot.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Balance of the from the digital transfer made when the tape was fresh so he's talking specifically about the remastered yeah version of this so yeah that's what he has to say that that's interesting so talking about that process of tapes adulation so there's some very very serious peculiarities when recording to tape. It's funny for me to sit here and twenty one thousand nine hundred by the peculiarities tape when that was the standard for four years <hes> but yet our that now that we record in digital <hes> we now go go to these ridiculous lengths to emulate tape simulation because nobody can afford a fucking two inch twenty four track tape machine unless bless your firefighters exactly so shout shout out to the homie dave machine so the the process of that way when they talk about the high end ebbing fallen off that's just part of that tape saturation right when when they run that process bouncing thing it from from one to another you're automatically gonna lose fidelity and a lot of the stuff that you're you're kind of. Here's as being the details sales that are declarative of the song happens in these higher higher frequencies all the way from like to get up to top a human hearing so we'll call it. I mean we can call it twenty k. but legitimately nobody listening to smashing pumpkins can still here up to twenty k. So the the thing with that is that when you were sitting there at a studio and you're taking a song and you're trying to absolutely just beat it to death until it sounds correct. You can run it through revision after revision. Eventually you feel like oh. We found the magic. Pluggedin is the two thousand nine hundred equivalent of that right so like oh. These vocal sound really stale l. Let's go out and run them. Through some tape saturation or in you know in today's world plug in four tapes at <hes> and it's such an improvement in in the moment that is very easy to realize what has been lost in the process of doing that so for them to sit it fell off. Yes degradation happens on tape when the sitting <hes> but i wouldn't be surprised if honestly more had been lost in that moment when they initially did that that whole tape saturation around and then when they finally got back around to it with fresh ears and they're like shit. We've told the high end out of it. You know it's it's a really fickle thing along with your fighting not just the arrangement of the song but also the sonic space and even on this new remastered <hes> this song is a bit darker intoned and the missing a little high end compared to some of the rest of them and i think that's probably partially just down the way they recorded it but all that being said i really liked the sound like the emotional sound of the song not necessarily sonically but it gives me like a very driving assertive plaintive feel that i mean it's a good little song. It's one of those ones that i kind of. I forget about once i move onto the next song but we're you know move on album but goodwill song in into double down because because i'm i'm asshole who talks too much but i genuinely think that if they had gotten the production a little bit different on this one allowed the instruments to breathe a little bit and they hadn't fought fought the sound of what they had in the room so much that perhaps may have been more arresting. There's there's a certain degree to which the high high and <hes> high frequency stuff in a song sorta catches your attention more upfront especially for.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"<hes> it's it's funny because the structure is simple and i can almost see this as like like you know something played at the singer song book that back when you know once upon a time when we didn't really have recorded music so music was distributed and cheating sheet and people in every home the ivory had somebody who could play the piano and you'd gather around and that's how that's how music happened <hes> you're in if you take away. We all kind of the ghetto the dressing up the accoutrements on on this song. I can definitely see how it as a lot. In common with just sort of the simpler songs wrongs the tin pan alley songs from the nine thousand nine hundred nineteen twenties wouldn't have made the connection without him calling it old-timey better. Actually story does check checkout weird. One all right yeah rate a move on all right. We have once upon a time so this one also feels super pumpkins e to me again. Though i feel like to go to your further point about daphne descends. I feel like this would be like the second to last song on any of their previous albums. Yeah and i think that is something i've made a note of for my final thoughts <hes> a lot of these songs despite at this point in the album feel like they could be last songs the second to last songs on any of the previous albums and they wouldn't have felt so out of place. I mean even throughout especially the back half a melancholy. They were using a fair amount of electronic. Sound and instrumentation is just the league. They're leading with it. Now yeah i. I'm i'm gonna risk. You know saying stuff. I'm going to say later led written for later on at the final wrap up but i feel like this sousse. These are the songs that were released songs of like we've we've had all the crazy rocking we've had billy screaming at us in zero and you know all qatar solos and then we get to mellow out a bit and eva door didn't do that didn't do that. Rocking zero bullet with butterfly wings type stuff but then now we're getting all this like release melba letdown strong but we didn't. It doesn't feel like it's earned. I think that's kind of my problem with these and just you know it just mellow song mellow song mellow song in general <hes> it's not and i'm kind of i'm looking for that. Zero rowan's bullet with butterfly wings sure again without wanting to spoil bali too late yeah and that's all has to do with my expert sure this is this is obviously his art and his what he wanted to release just to one degree or another so i can't. I don't want to criticize that too much because i wouldn't want people to do that to me but that's that's where i'm kind of sitting with onto the stuff and that includes this once upon a time. I mean so this. This one is very very digestible. It like it reminds me a lot of like sweet sweet. You know again some of those late tracks. This one's simple enough that there's really nothing thing <hes> super challenging about it what i will say. Is that a certain way to me. It sort of feels like a spiritual successor to in the arms of sleep off melancholy right where he kind of tread some similar ground musically. Oh this one's a little more abjectly happy. <hes> sound wise not not not lyrically but <hes> sound wise and then then that one but it there's there's a lot of similarities rolling through there in terms of what what's actually happening the mechanics of it musically yeah yeah and it will say i go to try and check out like what other fans think of stuff. There's a genius dot com is one of the places i go and look out and there's for every every other song and every other smashing pumpkins album. There's a lot of like user submitted. You know you know <hes> like notes about specific lines and stuff <hes>..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Learning to be a new creative unit without him. Aband- sound is contributed to by each member sometimes sometimes in differing ways and degrees but everyone's presence has an impact on the overall sound so even though billy is an exceptional and prolific mc songwriter. This was a period of adjustment now. I'm not overly fond of this. Record doesn't really give me the things that i want want from the smashing pumpkins record right. I i'm looking to be absolutely mold in the face by qatar at least once that never really happened happened <hes> but there's a lot of interesting things here and i feel like that. If this album had come from someone other than smashing pumpkins it probably would have been hailed as something new and unique and it would have been well received. It's easy to imagine how at the time diehard fans may have been very put off by this record but those who would argue argue that they sold out and went pop. I beg to differ. This is a band that is far too weird bold in adventurous to sell out in. This is certainly not pop. It's a strong attempt at doing something different. It is in a certain light a portrait of a band grieving a parting of ways with a dear friend but this isn't a place that dwell in for long more on that next time so so you know oh that's that's enough for me. Why don't we go team up and talk about these tracks. So the first one we have is to sheila so this one for me. <hes> you did not really properly teamed up for the rest of the record this. This felt very appropriate and mary pumpkins. I thought it was interesting. There were starting with something quite this gentle until the thing that really strikes me about it is just how beautiful the song is though also surprise andro yeah i mean it's very this album in general is we'll get to waiters is very electronic focused but this out the song is not <hes> it's kind of a good hand off from the previous stuff with like melancholy where we could could end on that kind of quiet acoustic down your note and then we pick up this. It's like okay. Were you know transitioning. It won't be it won't be so bad. <hes> about like you said i i don't i didn't really resonate with me. It's kind of a quiet. It's a good song but doesn't really there's not a whole heck of ought to it. Add musically at least there's not a lot there too sonically grab you. I like. I like the lyrics. Did they're doing a really. It's a fairly standard billy thing where it's like flirting back and forth like over the line of of making sense and not so it leaves a lot upturn your own interpretation. I feel like it's a very open ended song in that way yeah yeah i guess i i should probably preface the four this album album in general. This is not the smashing pumpkins in general that i expect expected so i am going to preface this this whole thing by saying a lot of these songs i don't like <hes> and i'm going to try and find focus on the things i do like because i want to be positive but this <music> i'm i come to smashing pumpkins for guitars drums and solos and stuff and this is not what you signed up for so to speak correct..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"Are you doing airlines does he defended uh-huh also also very virile man in ninety seven so yeah brian. We're gonna talk about an album nine. Hundred ninety eight adore the foaling studio album from our boy billy corks and his and the other members i like to i like to it's it's not just a billy corgan early for now. There's other reason i said billy corks because i really really like taking silly send ups on his name because i am a petty petty astle. I don't think that'd be abi corks. <hes> listens so you're saying bill. Corgi is listening. We should probably not dispatcher we're gonna be we're probably going to be mean later in the episode so we should be nice now anyway <hes> but <hes> yeah this album is it's kind of a departure in sound from the previous albums definitely it it does have the return of the smashing pumpkins original drummer drum machine. Welcome back drummer android tim but now i mean there was a real drummer for for a lot of the tracks but there's a lot of drum machine before we get into it really <hes> i wanna ask verb ryan. Do you understand what adore means like what the kind of joke joke that billy corgan why he needed that. No i don't well bryan. Adore is ready. Will you open it. God damnit that is literally. What does that is his quote for. Why why it's named the door was he. Is he a father. Was he a father. I follow me on instagram. <hes> he is a father. I appreciate your he. He was not a father at the time of it was he was working on his dad joe game already for sure yep. I love it though it makes me angry and happy it makes me happy we'll we'll. We'll workshop that one no but the thing we shirts now why we do that. Let's let's go cover the history and then the you technical analysis of adore sounds like a plan in the mid ninety s the smashing pumpkins.

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

The Discographers

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on The Discographers

"A lot of things that felt sort of Klis shade or or you know very familiar by the end of the burden me by the end of the two thousands with a lot of the bands that I liked. I'm realizing that a lot of that was pulled from stylistic choices that were made on this record. <hes> yeah tremendously influential record <hes> the other thing that I think is interesting getting is that <hes> in having another -nother discussion with my sister in law is that <hes> smashing pumpkins is not a a band that I think a lot of people really pay attention to the lyrics on yeah I would agree with that and I think that's an interesting thing because so often bands that it have mainstream acclaim <hes> the lyrics and vocals absolutely take a front seat in for them to have made made the level of success that they have with <hes> a vocalist as nontraditional as billy and with lyrics that are as buried as they are speaks a lot to the quality of the instruments the quality instrumentalists in their performances raid for manned where people don't pay attention to the lyrics to be successful. I suppose they are. They've got to be pretty damn good and they are yeah for sure yeah like I said like I knew I knew today from the radio and I was like Oh yeah. This is pretty sad song but I never really you know locked in on the lyrics until this but <hes> yeah it yeah like you said musicianship. He's very good on this. It's it's important release. You can hear it in in very much the same way that never mind had a very tangible influence on every record the came for ten years after it this did too. It was just influencing the you know the ven diagram there is fairly spread. You know there's some overlap but they kind of we're touching two different veins rock one thing that we wanted to talk about real quick because it's connected to both Gish and Siamese dream is is the the compilation album Pisces iscariot. I don't WANNA say they're like you know reject songs but there's it's besides now takes and <hes> <hes> it's one of those ones that a lot of people even though they're b sides and outtakes especially Pumpkins has a lot of besides has a lot of outtake songs ludicrously prolific traffic writer yeah. That's the now like I'm trying to listen to trying to make sure and listen to all of the all of those you know demo songs or songs that didn't make it on the album and I want to listen to at least once through as get to each album and there's a lot to listen to. There's a lot of stuff <unk> stuff in there and there's basically a whole nother album that's here in in with Pisces teen actual songs on the original pressing never mind the super deluxe walks version that has like fucking sixty six yeah. It's it gets a little crazy there but <hes> but yeah it's it's really good and you know there are a lot of people know the fleetwood uncover of landslide that they do. That's a pretty famous one. <hes> you know it's a it's a solo album. I don't my personal personal rankings. Nothing really caught me other than the other than the landside cover like I wouldn't place it above love Gish or Siamese dream no but it's still a still a solid album yeah I feel like the these besides would be you know <hes> scattered than an actual album. Yes arranges is not a collection of songs that were curated to go together any sort of narrative way. There are some good tracks on there and if you like you know given to a lesser band one of these songs would be one of their best songs. You know what I mean. Rolling <hes> the ones that really kind of caught me calm my attention where <hes> trek six through eight piss ant and Hello Kitty Gatt were both just very nearly metal they were more aggressive and also a little bit more punk than a a lot of what actually made it to to their first two records and it was kind of interesting to see okay so there was some influence there for some from some stuff that was slightly farther away from what ended up crystallizing into their sound and then I really enjoyed a quieter sign here called obscured looks like it was a outtake from Gish but I for whatever reason really really enjoyed that one I feel like it was actually produced very cleanly in a very <hes> very pretty song and it's actually <hes> actually made platinum in U._S.. And Canada in terms of sales pisces is yeah. It's a it's a you know. It's a big seller again. It may say something about your band when your album of besides hurt his plan yeah so it's it's nothing to nothing to shake a stick. There's some good stuff on there. Is there's a couple songs that are definitely a little <hes> a little less polished than the rested in some sometimes. It's a good thing sometimes sometimes it's not <hes> I was struck at the song plume kind of felt like an incomplete version of mayonnaise to me any like the cords felt very similar but it just wasn't as good <hes> and if plume is somebody's favorite Song Than I. I'm sorry and also fighting. You know I've from what I've seen where there are people who love the you know the B sides or the unreleased songs <hes> almost as much or more than what made it onto albums so I would not be surprised if somebody's favorite song was that one it's good to even better when it was mayonnaise all right well if you want to. <hes> these until Bryan Bryan at discover fers dot not nope. That's a Real Madrid. Let us know on social media how wrong I am yeah and make sure to point those hateful words to Brian Ryan and not tyler. Yes remember Brian Not Dying Not Tyler. I okay real quick I if we ever get get around to getting discography dot com or something eh I want my email to be Brian or tyler not Brian at discography dot com and I want yours to be Brian. Not Tyler are at discography. When we is wonderful? I also want us to have a complaint line email that it's just catch these hands at discover I dot com and of course they'll be plebeian scum at over yeah. I think that'll be the <hes> the email address for the fan club mailer you know when whenever we get a Oh yeah I mean th th that'll be what we use to address. The wonderful folks that <hes> patroness at Patriot so this is normally the timer. We talk about an album that we recommend. That isn't the album that the episode is about kind of you know <hes> something that's a step away from what we're docket the the main subject profiler for the first time in like three months. I was properly prepared at a time ooh okay I would lay it on me. I would like to recommend the album fantasies by metric. Okay I have not heard of metric or this album so you have heard of metric work because <hes> you have <hes> Scott Pilgrim okay <hes> they did the the black sheep song that did they do in that <hes> in in that movie <hes> the Scott Pilgrim X. Envy Adams place <hes> that metric <hes> who who wrote the song there <hes> and <hes> this is a record that came out shortly before that film <hes> it has a song called help. I'm alive. That's heavy rotation on Sacramento's one of six Point Five K. W. O. D. around the time of its release <hes> and they are an art rock band <hes> but definitely in the late two thousands winds vein of it where it's got some elements of electronic stuff going on to it but I just think overall one of the better all rock rock albums that I can find from that from that era yeah I just pulled up black sheep and skimming through the video and they go yeah yeah okay. I remember this now so they're out here was the lead single wanted to lead single off that record held by life and it's a it's a good record. I just went through and we listen into the whole thing today and it's it's one of those things where I never really feel like skipping anything. It's just it is definitely poppy all rock but it it's it's executed executed very very well awesome. I look forward to checking it out. Would you got for me. My album is spend the night by the Donnas okay typing this and I remember the name. The Dawn is for some damn reason so yeah. The DONNAS are like there might be the reason I know that name actually maybe I don't know if they're a one hit wonder but they definitely had a couple couple of big hits. <hes> this when this album came out in two thousand and two so around that era this was their first their this is their breakout album and <hes> you know it's got the you know it's GonNa take it off. which is one of the big radio songs <hes> now? It's nothing like crazy. You know like the smashing Pumpkins can be. It's more like an A._C._d._c. where it's like all right you know I I just WanNa rock and I know exactly what I'm getting into in each song that that kind of <hes> <hes> that kind of an album so just just a fun <hes> it all all all the band members are ladies and it's you know it's it's fun yeah. I'm I'm one hundred percent and one hundred percent down for that cool looking in this album cover and I recognize that I swear you show this but I just can't remember. This ought to save my life so I'm going to have to pull it up before. It drives me insane do you need to do you need a minute. Yes I'm doing it right now because I'm angry because they I feel like I should remember this and I don't yeah I know take office whether the big single <hes> another one that I I enjoy is too bad about your girl. That sounds sounds a little more familiar yep got it. I remember this now so I think we're wrapping this thing. I think it's about time that we they say our goodbyes and about time that we let let the folks listening at home know how they can get in touch with us in the in the low between episodes yeah. That's Tyler Not Brian at Jamal. Don't have them yet..

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Smashing Pumpkins Announce New Album

Kentuckiana's Saturday Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Smashing Pumpkins Announce New Album

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Jeff Bezos, Musk and US discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Jeff Bezos, Musk and US discussed on Donna and Steve

"This is the mytalk now trending report. What's happening right now. Trending online right now are the smashing pumpkins. They have announced a new album, it's called shiny and also bright volume. One looks like that will be out November sixteenth, and yeah, the recently reunited ban. Also shared a new song. There's just so much music today. But the new song is called

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Mother, son, contract rat lungworm after eating raw centipedes

Deminski and Doyle

10:11 min | 2 years ago

Mother, son, contract rat lungworm after eating raw centipedes

"I had tickets to go see smashing pumpkins. And, they're playing tonight in New Jersey But we we saw them at MSG and you know why because tonight it might be kind. Of. Cool but they have like. All these special guests joining it because. It's their thirtieth anniversary tonight and didn't have any special guest last night no and we just wanted to we just. Wanted, to see. Smashing pumpkins we. Didn't wanna see Courtney love up there and all these other people who else is going to be the beano oh by name I, don't remember like guys from the killers You know. People, like this, I did a little write up on it If anybody wants to check, that I it was a great. Show, but there was one bad part but I'll let. You read it actually we'll talk about it later are in any way there's that, also there. Is a famous filmmaker who was born this day, in jersey history. Bills got that. And. More on nj one. And one five dot com internet still around okay so it's to ten? What do, you think the. Odds are that anybody's eating lunch right now Oh no For the. Most? Part right although they were too, young ladies we came on. The. Air okay anybody I know there's always the, late launch anybody who was eating and I hate to, say this but I'm trying to. Be kind we don't want people to, not listen but I don't wanna grow sunny. One out I have a story that we wanted to talk about that involves eating. Strange. Food, okay And we're gonna, take your calls later on. The, strangest most daring food that you ever tried, at one eight hundred two eight three one zero one, point five but I have to. Share the story the story might make, people squeamish I just want to warn people. Of course than the worm and the fish story from this week I think way. Worse The kid wait maggots I think worse no when you get into. The nitty gritty yes Okay all right. This is from CNN and I, apologize if I'm mispronouncing this city or town in China but after two people in Guangzhou. China were admitted to, the hospital with headaches and other neurological symptoms, doctors, pinpointed and infection. With. A strange backstory they had eaten raw? Centipedes What. Would he throw centipede, well you got to cook Oh Well who would he'd centipedes? Right but over there apparently people will eat, centipedes but they usually cook, them. Okay but sometimes people will eat them to grab a snack and, go, well which will get. To there's, there's there's a reason they. Do there's a reason they, do but they had eaten raw. Centipedes now the first patient was a seventy eight year old woman shows up in the hospital with a headache sleepiness and congenital or Cognitive impairment targets impairment. Then, a few weeks later her forty six year old son shows up at the hospital with some of the same things right They're like what the heck both. Patients had stiff necks a sign. Of possible meningitis but scans show too suspicious spots in the women's, brain, and one knowledgeable in the man's right lung both patients. Had, something in common they. Had. Eaten, these raw centipedes from vegetable market in glaze them oh. I thought you would just catch him around. The house Nope that's an actual. Food Yep now lab tests, confirmed that they were infected with rat lungworm that's, a whole lot of gross isn't theirs that's where I'm. Going. With this there's something called rat lungworm. And there's a big fancy long name, for it, but rat lungworm and this causes. A type of meningitis okay, so they weren't too far off now the parasite can fully mature in rats not humans and so Somebody who is an assistant professor says when it. Gets. Any human it can get lost and. It will go to the brain and, it will, stay there Ooh When it, gets is it alive in your? Brain. Yes When it gets to the brain, you can have e- Yosano Philip? Meningitis It's. An inflammation of a thin membrane covering the spinal cord and the brain no human, beings have, become, infected, with this parasite by eating contaminated plants and animals including snails, monitor lizards and, slugs who could eat a slow people in different cultures eat different. Things or maybe you're in survival training for the army or something right. But it was never known to be caused, by. Eating centipedes until this now they. Say it's rare to eat them raw this, answers your questions about that they say it's rare, to eat them. Raw but people will are they better when they're crispy probably isn't. Everything centipedes are not a normal, diet says one doctor overseas in China But he says, he explains the male patient in this case believed, eating raw centipedes. And apparently a lot of people believe this will bring good health Because he thought, it would bring good health he gave some. To his mother said awful Yup he said mom YouTube please Ethier's raw centipedes it'll be good for you Now it gets worse to confirm. That it could have been the Senate Pedes the researchers purchase twenty of them from the same market where to patients had gotten there's so. They went to that market this is kind of like remember the old medical show house. When they go in the field and do this. Research kind of like that they found rat. Lungworm. Larva in, seven, of, the twenty specimens and. Average a little bit and An average of fifty six larva per centipede to. Our knowledge this is the first report of this rat worm lung infection through consumption of. Centipedes We do know that people can acquire the parasite by consuming raw. Or undercooked snails and slugs more than, one hundred. And forty species of mollusks. Snails slugs have been found to? Be potential intermediate. Hosts other animals that feast on these snails and slugs including frogs fish. May also become infected where does the rat come in here's it here it is Amazing you, didn't even see the story that you're asking the questions and all the right spots but as the name of the parasite suggests the rat, is the, definitive host the parasitic worm now this work is really gross so again I'm going to warn the parasitic worm after being, ingested by rats makes. Its way from the rats intestine to the rats bloodstream and then into the, rat's brain there they moult and mature in the rat's brain she. And then they migrate back down into the rats lungs arteries the, blood vessels servicing the lung where the, adult worms. Are found an adult female. Mainly fifteen thousand eggs per day? Rats then this. Is fascinating Kinda gross rats them cough up these worms and then subsequently. Scarf them back down Oh this is. How this is then how these parasites tend to end up back in the rats fecal. Matter who's, eating the fecal matter where they are then, eaten by slugs or snails and so and so the cycle continues So many gross components to that store why I wanted to. Share, a new that took that. Was, a long journey of grossness but I wanted to explain this all mess and for the first. Time they're finding centipedes Ross centipedes apparently or feasting the way the snails and slugs rat. Poop apparently, I didn't know anybody poop Why did I mean. I'm, not dead I don't know It's waist Hey man nature is. A body Creatures? Body. Couldn't use I know right yeah why would you think you? Could, get anything out of it hey I can get larva I can. Get a rat worm. Lung infection what a, terrible life if you're a. Snail so you can't move fast, you got the. Stupid, shell, around you need poop Miracle they don't, know kill themselves At least. They go, to WalMart, on weekends I mean you know. It's not that bad alive Uneven, trail of, sludge sledge to slime yeah Yeah they do now we know what a little bit of. His All right so all of this because people over. In China, were eating raw centipedes and these people got horribly ill so again that, was from this little purposes and it didn't turn. Out so well but we want to know whether you were overseas maybe, you were in the service, and, you, wanted to try the cuisine maybe you were a daring Anthony bourdain tight on a, trip overseas somewhere where maybe right here in the good old survey but what is the strangest or most daring food that you? Ever, tried and was, it good that it tastes just like chicken It was a horrible one eight hundred two, eight three one zero one point five to eighteen, New Jersey fast traffic couple of, crashes on seventy eight west at aged fifty five and fifty six they're out of there but there's another one on seventy eight west near exit twenty nine out. By Timoti seven so, heads up on that this report is sponsored by audible there's also a crash on twenty two eastern union by Morris avenue water main repairs on one of nine south. Of grand speed and Elizabeth the right lane is closed and the Parkway at a. Southbound crash that clear this one. Near exit one forty two nine is, slow from an, Alabama, in Lakewood and the traffic overall, l. well the. Parkway outside. Of the union areas moving along pretty well written in Pleasantville still closed off with road repairs to ninety..

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

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"smashing pumpkins" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"Hey i'm brian highest in this is rolling stone music now i'm in the studio right now with andy green and we're gonna talk smashing pumpkins because the smashing pumpkins are back sort of and have been back for awhile sort of any way it's all very confusing but one thing everyone knows in everyone seems to carry out more than you might think they care about is that darcy red ski the original basepair smashing pumpkins will not be involved in this reunion why does everyone care so much because i wasn't hearing the world asking about darcy during the entire time she was gone by terriers i'ma that what it while was worse darcy but it wasn't like i need to see darcy play base right now think she was this mysterious figure in the group that everybody was kind of faceted within the 90s and then she just vanished and you've seen a few mug shots and whatnot in recent years but no one's really seen her dims interplay certainly and we've seen plenty of jamesy high in a perfect circle and tinted windows and he even guested at a few pumpkins gigs about two years ago with darcy has not been seen no darcy yes and there's some sense that this reunion because you know to be clear what they've announces a very big arena tour that will focus on their 90s classics and play arenas and a very produced an ambitious show there's this sense that somehow this reunion is invalid because it does not include darcy yes and i think the argument is that billy in the pumpkins have been unto were in various forms for the past decade and for much of that third for big chunks of it did hedging chamberlain and to just bring jamesy how back themes like not the whole way they are towards a reunion is not division of the smashing pumpkins in the minds of the fans and they've seen plenty of partial reunion so this is not the big event that they're waiting for an lot of ways do you think it's going to matter when it comes to ticket sale.

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