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Gish (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Gish (Deluxe Edition) by The Smashing Pumpkins. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 02:05:28 minutes.

Artist: The Smashing Pumpkins
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 02:05:28
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No. Title Length
1. I Am One 4:06
2. Siva 4:19
3. Rhinoceros 6:30
4. Bury Me 4:46
5. Crush 3:33
6. Suffer 5:08
7. Snail 5:08
8. Tristessa 3:32
9. Window Paine 5:49
10. Daydream 3:05
11. Starla (2011 Mix) 11:01
12. Siva (Peel Session) 4:49
13. Honeyspider (Reel Time Demos) [2011 Mix] 2:53
14. Hippy Trippy (Crush Music Box Demo) 3:32
15. Snail (Live Radio Performance) 5:47
16. Plume (2011 Mix) 3:34
17. Bury Me (Reel Time Demos) [2011 Mix] 4:17
18. Daydream (Old House Demo) 2:05
19. Tristessa (Sub Pop Single) [2011 Mix] 3:47
20. Girl Named Sandoz (Peel Sessions) 3:35
21. Jesus Is the Sun (Apartment Demo) 2:54
22. Blue (Gish Sessions Demo) 4:07
23. Smiley (Gish Sessions Demo) 3:36
24. I Am One (Reel Time Demos) [2011 Mix] 4:20
25. Seam (Suffer/Apartment Demo) 4:09
26. La Dolly Vita (2011 Mix) 4:18
27. Pulseczar (Gish Sessions Demo) 2:31
28. Drown (Alternate Guitar Solo) 8:17



While punk rock is often considered to be the main influence on alternative rock of the 1990s, Smashing Pumpkins were never a band with punk aspirations. Arena rock was their ambition and sonic perfection was their goal in the studio. Butch Vig, who also produced Nirvana's Nevermind, enabled Billy Corgan to layer the guitars beautifully, creating a sonic experience that requires headphones to fully comprehend. "Bury Me," "Siva," "Rhinoceros" and "Crush" veer from dreamy psychedelic pop to guitar-heavy hard rock with an approach that was shockingly new. The 2012 Deluxe Edition tells a grander story, including demos, radio performances, including Peel Sessions, that go a long way towards showing just how the band's sound evolved and what they sounded like as a live animal. The Reel Time Demo of "I Am One" alone is worth the collection. The cover of the Animals' "A Girl Named Sandoz," from the Peel Sessions, and the Corgan-sung version of "Daydream" seal the deal.