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    Mellon Collie and the

    Infinite Sadness

    Studio album by the Smashing Pumpkins

    Released October 24, 1995

    Recorded March–August 1995

    Studio

    Pumpkinland, Sadlands & Bugg, Chicago Recording CompanyThe Village Recorder

    Genre

    Alternative rockgrungealternative metalart rockheavy metal

    Length

    121:39 (CD, cassette, and 2012 remastered vinyl)128:06 (original vinyl pressing)

    Label Virgin Producer

    Alan MoulderBilly CorganFlood

    The Smashing Pumpkins chronology

    (1994) (1995) (1996) Singles from

    "Bullet with Butterfly Wings"

    Released: October 16, 1995

    "1979"

    Released: January 23, 1996

    "Tonight, Tonight"

    Released: April 15, 1996

    "Zero"

    Released: April 23, 1996

    "Thirty-Three"

    Released: November 11, 1996

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    2012 deluxe version cover

    is the third studio album by American alternative rock band the Smashing Pumpkins, released on October 24, 1995, in the United Kingdom and a day later in the United States on Virgin Records. Produced by frontman Billy Corgan with Flood and Alan Moulder, the 28-track album was released as a two-disc CD and triple LP. The album features a wide array of styles.

    Propelled by the album's lead single, "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", it debuted at number one on the US 200 with first week sales of 246,500 units.[1] To date it remains the band's only album to top the 200.[2] It spawned five more singles—"1979", "Zero", "Tonight, Tonight", the promotional "Muzzle", and "Thirty-Three"—over the course of 1996, and was certified diamond by the RIAA, equivalent to more than 10 million units sold.[3] Praised by critics for its ambition and scope, earned the band seven Grammy Award nominations in 1997, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year ("1979"), as well as nine MTV Music Video Awards nominations, eight of which were for "Tonight, Tonight", including "Video of the Year". Not only did they all become hits on both mainstream rock and modern rock stations, but "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", "1979", "Tonight, Tonight", and "Thirty-Three" also became the band's first Top 40 hits, crossing over to pop radio stations.

    The recording sessions saw a wealth of productivity: dozens of fully completed songs were cut from the album, and would turn up on later releases. A box set released in November 1996, titled , compiled the promotional singles from the album, and featured approximately 30 fully completed songs from the sessions which had not made the final cut for the album (including one track, "Pastichio Medley", which contained more than 70 short snippets of songs in various states of completion).[4] Both and later saw reissues which included even more tracks from the sessions.

    Contents

    1 Recording and production

    2 Music

    3 Packaging and artwork

    4 Release, reception, and legacy

    4.1 Critical reception

    4.2 Singles 4.3 Accolades 5 Track listing

    5.1 Compact disc/cassette version/2012 vinyl reissue

    5.2 Original vinyl version

    5.3 2012 CD/DVD reissue

    6 Personnel 7 Charts 7.1 Weekly charts 7.2 Year-end charts

    7.3 Decade-end charts

    8 Certifications 9 See also 10 References

    Recording and production[edit]

    After the 13-month tour in support of the Smashing Pumpkins' second album (1993), Billy Corgan immediately began writing songs for the band's next record.[5] From the outset, the band intended the new record to be a double album, partly inspired by The Beatles' self-titled album.[6] Corgan said, "We almost had enough material to make a double album. With this new album, I really liked the notion that we would create a wider scope in which to put other kinds of material we were writing."[7] Corgan felt that the band's musical approach was running its course, and wanted the band to approach the album as if it were its last.[8] Corgan described the album at the time to the music press as " for Generation X",[9] a comparison with Pink Floyd's 1979 album, one of the highest selling and best known concept albums of all time.[10]

    The band decided to forgo working with Butch Vig, who had produced the group's previous albums, and selected Flood and Alan Moulder as co-producers. Corgan explained, "To be completely honest, I think it was a situation where we'd become so close to Butch that it started to work to our disadvantage... I just felt we had to force the situation, sonically, and take ourselves out of normal Pumpkin recording mode. I didn't want to repeat past Pumpkin work."[7]

    Flood immediately pushed the band to change its recording practices. Corgan later said, "Flood felt like the band he would see live wasn't really captured on record".[11] In April 1995, the band began recording in a rehearsal space, instead of entering the studio straight away.[12] At these sessions, the band recorded rough rhythm tracks with Flood. Originally designed to create a rough draft for the record, the rehearsal space sessions ended up yielding much of the new album's rhythm section parts.[5] Flood also insisted the band set aside time each day devoted to jamming or songwriting, practices the band had never engaged in before during recording sessions. Corgan said, "Working like that kept the whole process very interesting—kept it from becoming a grind."[7]

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    MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS is being released in multiple physical and digital configurations, including an expanded 5CD+DVD Deluxe Box Set (also available digitally) and the remastered original album in 4LP Vinyl, 2CD, and digital formats. The Deluxe Box Set's 5 CDs include 64 bonus tracks of previously unreleased material or alternate versions of MELLON COLLIE era songs, and its DVD features a live show filmed at the Brixton Academy, London (1996) and bonus performances from the German music television show Rockpalast (1996). It all comes housed in a 12 x 12 lift-top box with magnetic closure, reimagined cover art and velvet-lined disc holder. The package includes 2 books containing personal notes, lyrics, new collage artwork, plus a Decoupage kit for creating your own scenes from the MELLON COLLIE universe. The bonus content and special features were curated from the band's archives by CORGAN, and have been painstakingly remastered for the first time from the original master tapes by Bob Ludwig.

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    The Smashing Pumpkins – Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness (2012, Vinyl)

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    The Smashing Pumpkins – Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness

    Label: Virgin – 5099997855316

    Format:

    4 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered

    Box Set,

    Country: USA & Canada

    Released: Dec 4, 2012

    Genre: Rock

    Style: Alternative Rock

    Tracklist

    Dawn To Dusk

    A1 Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness 2:51

    A2 Tonight, Tonight

    Arranged By [Strings] – Audrey Riley, Billy Corgan

    Arranged By [Strings] – Audrey Riley, Billy Corgan

    4:13 A3 Jellybelly 3:00 A4 Zero 2:39

    B1 Here Is No Why 3:44

    B2 Bullet With Butterfly Wings 4:16

    B3 To Forgive 4:15

    C1 Fuck You (An Ode To No One) 4:49

    C2 Love 4:20

    C3 Cupid De Locke 2:49

    C4 Galapogos 4:45 D1 Muzzle 3:43

    D2 Porcelina Of The Vast Oceans 9:20

    D3 Take Me Down

    Pedal Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz

    Producer [Additional], Mixed By – James Iha

    Pedal Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Greg Leisz

    Producer [Additional], Mixed By – James Iha

    2:50

    Twilight To Starlight

    E1 Where Boys Fear To Tread 4:21

    E2 Bodies 4:11

    E3 Thirty-Three 4:09

    E4 In The Arms Of Sleep 4:11

    F1 1979 4:24

    F2 Tales Of A Scorched Earth 3:45

    F3 Thru The Eyes Of Ruby 7:37

    G1 Stumbleine 2:53 G2 X.Y.U. 7:06

    G3 We Only Come Out At Night 4:04

    G4 Beautiful 4:17

    H1 Lily (My One And Only) 3:30

    H2 By Starlight 4:47

    H3 Farewell And Goodnight

    Producer [Additional], Mixed By – James Iha

    Producer [Additional], Mixed By – James Iha

    4:21

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    Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Copyright © – Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Copyright © – Miles Hye, Inc.

    Manufactured By – Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Recorded At – Pumpkinland

    Recorded At – Sadlands

    Recorded At – Bugg Studios

    Recorded At – The Village Recorder

    Recorded At – Chicago Recording Company

    Published By – Chrysalis Songs

    Published By – Cinderful Music

    Published By – Cellophane Star Music

    Mixed At – The Village Recorder

    Mastered At – A+R Record Manufacturing Corporation

    Lacquer Cut At – A & R Mastering Lab, Dallas, Texas

    Manufactured By – Pallas USA

    Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 26098

    Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 26099

    Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 26101

    Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 26102

    Credits

    A&R [Original Album] – Mark Williams (19)

    A&R [Reissue Supervision] – Matt D'Amico

    Art Direction, Design [Original Album] – Billy Corgan, Frank Olinsky

    Art Direction, Design [Reissue] – Noel Waggener

    Design [Reissue] – Chad Tomlinson

    Illustration – John Craig (3)

    Lacquer Cut By – SPGII*

    Liner Notes – Billy Corgan, David Wild

    Management [Reissue Project Managment] – Bjorn Thorsrud, Michael Murphy (15)

    Mastered By [Vinyl Mastering] – Stan Getz*

    Mixed By – Alan Moulder, Billy Corgan (tracks: A1 to D2, E1 to H2), Flood

    Mixed By [Assistant] – Barry "Sounds Like Gold" Goldberg*

    Other [Legal Oversight] – Jill Berliner

    Photography By [Original Album] – Andrea Giacobbe

    Photography By [Reissue] – Kevin Cummins

    Producer – Alan Moulder, Billy Corgan, Flood

    Producer [Reissue] – Billy Corgan

    Product Manager [Reissue] – Kris Perera

    Recorded By – Alan Moulder, Billy Corgan, Chris Shepard, Flood, James Iha

    Recorded By [Additional Vocals] – Barry Goldberg (2)

    Recorded By [Assistance] – Claudine Pontier

    Recorded By [String Recording Assistance] – Dave Kresl

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