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The Smashing Pumpkins
Date 2012-10-28
Venue Bell Centre
Location Montreal, CA
Venue Type Arena
Capacity 15.000
Lineup Corgan, Schroeder, Byrne, Fiorentino
Order of Bands The Smashing Pumpkins
Surfaced Recordings
AUD #1
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment built-in > R-05
Length 149m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M > FLAC
Live Music Archive 24-bit download
Notes Right side, row J seat 12
AMT #1
Source VID
Format MOV
Equipment Nikon Coolpix P500
Length 135m
Complete? No
Notes Main set; center, standing
AMT #2
Source VID
Format MP4
Equipment Unknown
Length 14m
Complete? No
Notes Pre-set: There It Goes, Plume, Thirty-Three
Unsurfaced Recordings



  • There It Goes
  • Plume
  • Thirty-Three


  • Quasar
  • Panopticon
  • The Celestials
  • Violet Rays
  • My Love is Winter
  • One Diamond, One Heart
  • Pinwheels
  • Oceania
  • Pale Horse
  • The Chimera
  • Glissandra
  • Inkless
  • Wildflower
  • Space Oddity [Bowie]
  • X.Y.U.
  • Disarm
  • Tonite Reprise
    • Tonight, Tonight
  • Bullet with Butterfly Wings
  • A Song For a Son
  • Today
  • Stand Inside Your Love
  • Muzzle


  • Ava Adore
  • Cherub Rock
  • Zero


  • Pre-Set: limited admission pre-show, the so-called VIP performance, 3 songs + Q&A
  • Same setlist as 2012-10-25


2012 Intro
> Quasar
> Panopticon
The Celestials
Violet Rays
BC: Thank you so much, thank you.
My Love Is Winter
One Diamond, One Heart
BC: (mic isn’t working properly) Thank you so.... Thank you so.... (working correctly now) Hello! Thank you so much, thank you. Cheers, salud. Thank you so much for coming tonight. Since you’re all very hip here and ahead of the curve, we know that you know that we’re playing the new album first. And then we’re gonna do some classic (French accent) shin(?) songs. (normal voice) What do we do, Jeff, we do like Frère Jacques...um...um, Pierre Was a Sailor, what else do we do? French classics. So this is the uh - we hope you have a good time tonight. I mean, it is the end of the world, let’s enjoy it while it lasts. You got tsunamis, you got hurricanes, you got...cheese, you got...heh, heh heh, heh heh, you got love, thank you honey. Heh heh heh. So this is the title track from our album, it’s called Oceania.
Pale Horse
> The Chimera
> Inkless
Space Oddity
> X.Y.U.
Tonite Reprise
> Tonight, Tonight
> Bullet with Butterfly Wings
BC: Thank you so much, thank you. Like to introduce the band to you. Over here, the Shredder, Jeff Schroeder. Heh heh heh. On the drums, Mr. Michael Byrne. On the bass guitar, Ms. Nicole Fiorentino. Hahaha. Thanks again for coming to see us tonight. Now, I’ve been in this band somewhere for like 24 and a half years, somewhere around there. Jeff, even when I wasn’t in the band, the fans wouldn’t let me not be in the band.
Jeff: And that’s the way it should be.
BC: Oh, thank you.
Jeff: I agree with them.
BC: I got a lotta “Dude, what’s up with the Pumpkins?” I got a lot of that. Did you know I’m into professional wrestling now, did you know that? Yes sir. I have a company that I’m involved with in Chicago called Resistance Pro Wrestling. That’s honest. I know we have some wrestling fans in Canada. Hahahaha. Wrestling fans not known for their high IQs though...Jeff. But we love them anyway. I know you’re a fan of wrestling, right?
Nicole: Hmm, okay.
BC: Hahahaha. No, she’s not a fan of wrestling.
Nicole: I support you though in Resistance Pro.
BC: I appreciate that.
Nicole: There you go.
BC: Appreciate that, hahahaha. Is everyone gonna have a safe, fun Halloween? Do you celebrate Halloween in Canada? Is it Halloween? - I don’t even know what day it is.
Nicole: No, we’re gonna be - oh, that’s a spider. We’re gonna be snowed in in New York City on Halloween.
Jeff: More is the spider. Some bands get bras, we get spiders.
BC: We do tend to get Cure fans at our shows. Should we continue on or should we just stop here while we’re ahead?
Jeff: No, let’s - let’s play some more.
Nicole: I don’t know what to feel.
BC: Well, let me say a little something before we continue. (a guy in the crowd yells a long unintelligible sentence) No, you cannot fuck me in the ass later, mister, sorry. I know those of you with Gaul blood can be into that kind of stuff but that’s not my thing. Now, sometimes when I do interviews, I use the “I”, I use the “we” because sometimes it’s hard to differentiate myself from the band, sometimes we’re one organism, sometimes I’m one mind. And I may be speaking for myself, I’m known for my honesty, which is usually a bad thing. It’s got me in a lot of trouble, I’ve had some Youtube clips....
Jeff: Oh yeah, oh yeah, those Youtube clips.
BC: But I - I wanna say that I think this is the best audience we’ve had on our tour.
Jeff: Oh yeah, that’s actually true, best audience yet.
Nicole: Yeah.
Jeff: Do you agree?
Nicole: Agree one hundred percent [unintelligible].
Jeff: Absolutely.
Nicole: Thank you, guys.
BC: So I say that with all sincerity, thank you for making us feel so welcome tonight, thank you. There are those nights, there are those nights where the audience isn’t totally into what we’re doing. I won’t name any other Canadian....
Nicole: What’s wrong with those people?
BC: I won’t name any other Canadian cities.
Nicole: There may have been one.
BC: Or American, or American. So it’s really nice that you make us feel so welcome, you give us hope, you make us want to continue. So on that note, that optimistic note, I’d like to play a sad song. That’s normally how I deal with positive things in my life, I write a sad song. So I wrote this song for my daddy, Bill Corgan Senior. I do have a father, believe it or not, heh. I’ve been accused of coming out of a test tube. Gene splice between Canadian maple leaf and a...spermatozoa. (crowd boos) Why would you boo a Canadian maple leaf, I don’t understand.
Jeff: [unintelligible], the Toronto Maple Leafs. This is the...
BC: Huh?
Jeff: The fucking Canadiens play here! This is the Bell Canade.
BC: Hold on, hold on, hold on. You’re a big hockey guy, you’re a big hockey guy, this is legit, he’s a big hockey guy. I wasn’t talking about the Toronto Maple Leafs, I was talking about the maple leafs of Canada. (crowd boos) Hey! Heh heh, you can boo me all you want. Didn’t recently somebody steal a bunch of maple syrup and that was the headline, right? Only in fucking Canada is there is a headline about stolen maple syrup. At least in my city it’s about murder...gun death...prostitution. See, they don’t need prostitutes in Canada, because everybody just makes love all the time. No need for prostitutes, everyone just - you just go up to somebody and say, “Hey. Hey. Wanna go?” Right? “Wanna go?” They drop the gloves and they go for it. That’s how they do it here in Canada, right?
Jeff: Right.
BC: Heh heh heh, bless you, thanks.
A Song for a Son
> Today
Stand Inside Your Love
> Muzzle
(BC immediately after lyrics finish: Thank you so much, thank you!)
[encore break]
Ava Adore
> Cherub Rock
> Zero