The Smashing Pumpkins Play Deep Cuts While Restaging Tower Records Siamese Dream Release Show

Just over 30 years ago, the Smashing Pumpkins released their classic album Siamese Dream. On the night of the LP’s release, the band played a famous midnight in-store acoustic set at Tower Records in their Chicago hometown. Earlier this month, the band announced plans to restage that show at Madame Zuzu’s, Billy Corgan’s tea house just outside of Chicago. For the occasion, the band had Madame Zuzu’s made over to look like Tower, and the band re-created that Siamese Dream set for two different acoustic performances.


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