|The Smashing Pumpkins|
|Venue Type||Event Center, Outdoor Stage|
|Lineup||Corgan, Schroeder, Byrne, Fiorentino|
|Order of Bands||Beware of Darkness, Bush, The Smashing Pumpkins|
|Equipment||Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7|
|Notes||Decent AUD quality; right balcony.|
|Equipment||Sennheiser mic > Tascam DR-680|
|Notes||Center, front row.|
- Space Oddity [Bowie]
- Tonite Reprise
- Tonight, Tonight
- Bullet with Butterfly Wings
- Blank Page
- Ava Adore
- One Diamond, One Heart
- Pale Horse
- Stand Inside Your Love
- United States
- Immigrant Song [Led Zeppelin]
[…]Bullet with Butterfly Wings
Corgan: Everybody having a good time? How was Bush? [unintelligible] We very much appreciate you being with us tonight. Was the anniversary last night?
Schroeder: Yea, last night. Into this morning.
Corgan: Last night, alright. Last night was the 25th anniversary of The Smashing Pumpkins. Very first show, 25 years ago. And if it wasn't for you, I wouldn't be here. So thank you, for making me be here. Now, Jeff! Now Jeff, did you get a chance to look around this beautiful city?
Schroeder: No, not really.
Corgan: You didn't go like sleep in Mozart's bed or...
Schroeder: Went to Freud's office. Talked to him for a while.
Corgan: Bought the Klimt postcard. Michael, on the drums. And, uh, on the bass, Nicole Fiorentino. Now, although I look like an Egon Schiele painting, you look like a Klimt painting, 'cause you're beautiful.
Fiorentino: Do you know that I have a piece of Klimt painting on my body, as a tattoo?
Corgan: You have a Klimt tattoo?
Schroeder: Really, whoo!
Fiorentino: [unintelligible]... something of the background of a Klimt painting, on my wrist, that is sometimes [?] covered up.
Schroeder: See, we didn't know that. Honestly, we didn't know.
Corgan: She tells us every week she just tells us about another tattoo.
Fiorentino: That's not true.
Corgan: The secret life.
Fiorentino: It's a little true.
Corgan: So we hear this is a free zone, you can do whatever you want, right? No government, no rules, get high, party all night long. Hey Jeff, there is a gentleman right here, does he not look like Jimmy Chamberlin?
Schroeder: Where where where?
Corgan: The man smoking right there? The gentleman? Doesn't he look like Jimmy? There he is! Hello, Jimmy Chamberlin's cousin. [unintelligible]... on the JC. I'm a little sick today. Yes. I caught some horrible disease in France. Has anyone caught a disease in France? Le Eiffel. The Eiffel disease. [Coughs] But I'm, uh, I'm happy to try - as we say in America - give it the old college try.
Fiorentino: I think you do [unintelligible]
Corgan: 'Cause you deserve the rock. Because Gavin and the boys [Bush] brought the rock. Because quite frankly, most new bands don't know how to bring the rock. They just don't. Jeff, do you think a guy behind a like a turntable, is that rocking, with lights?
Schroeder: Nah, not so much.
Corgan: Not so much.
Schroeder: Not so much.
Corgan: How about a guy with a microphone, rapping about his, his past?
Schroeder: Not rock. Not rock.
Corgan: Nah. Thank you. So I want you to know that if I die, on this stage, tonight, 'cause it's totally possible, it's not impossible, first off, I'm sick of rock 'n' roll, let's face it. I'm sick of rock 'n' roll. What has rock 'n' roll ever done for me? Well, there have been some beautiful women, I'll give you that. Nah, I'm just kidding. I love rock 'n'roll. I love it like I love Satan. So to document my spiritual journey we'd like to play a song called Oceania, it was the title track from our highly esteemed record. This is called Oceania.