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one of their finest songs, and never properly released on an album.
are one of those bands that have a brilliant collection of b-sides =)
it was on the soundtrack to Singles.
i saw Singles once. i couldn't work out if i actually liked it, or just found it amusing as some kind of grungeploitation piece.
cameron crowe's worst along with elizabethtown
but it was during the high point of my "i wish i lived in seattle and it was still 1991" phase.
also, it has that hilarious scene where chris cornell is just there in the background gurning for no reason i could ever work out.
they've played it live a few times recently as well. happy days.
some unreleased song that is 20 minutes long apparently.
there's loads of post-Zeitgeist new stuff being played from the look of the recent setlists on the spfc.
using the phrase "recent setlists on the spfc" makes me feel like it's 1998 and i'm on usenet again :D
or the even newer stuff?
i think this is my very favourite Pumpkins song.
I remember being 16 and listening to the "Singles" soundtrack over and over. Really great!
That was 13 years ago!!!!!! Yikes.
singles was filmed before nirvana made it big, very surprised by that, there was something about it in the charles cross book about one of their pre-nevermind shows being underattended due to the a singles wrapping (as in finished filming) party the same night
two other things - archive.org is hosting loads of new/old pumpkins shows including their recent residency in asheville, and the new songs from that sound amusingly like zwan...
it's in my top 5 pumpkins songs!
about travelling very far, like a star.
it was originally on the american version of 'siamese dream'. Am i right fellow pumpkins geek fans?
great song. Love 'singles' the film and paul westerbergs songs on the soundtrack.
to my knowledge the only thing it's on other than the Singles OST is Rotten Apples.
oh, and there was some kind of promo single that also had a version with about a lot of feedback at the end, like 10 minutes or something. i have that on a bootleg somewhere.
doesn't have the extended outro.
or what ever it is called, even if it isnt (my memory is terible) it is a good song :)
...thats the song that got me into them, such a good song, pretty good al round soundtrack i seem to remember..
that's probably still my favourite soundtrack. and it got me into all those 'seattle bands'..