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The Smashing Pumpkins
Date 2013-07-31
Venue Falconer Salen
Location Copenhagen, DK
Venue Type Multi-purpose Hall
Capacity 2.000
Lineup Corgan, Schroeder, Byrne, Fiorentino
Order of Bands Beware of Darkness, The Smashing Pumpkins
Surfaced Recordings
AUD #1
Source AUD
Format WAV
Equipment DPA 4061 > CA-STC-9000 > iRiver H120
Length 143m
Complete? Yes
Lowest Circulating Generation WAV-M > FLAC
Live Music Archive 16-bit download
AMT #1
Source VID
Format MP4
Equipment Phone, unspecified
Length 20m
Complete? No
Unsurfaced Recordings



  • Quasar
  • Panopticon
  • Space Oddity [Bowie]
  • X.Y.U.
  • Disarm
  • Tonite Reprise
    • Tonight, Tonight
  • Cherub Rock
  • Gossamer
  • Pinwheels
  • Oceania
  • If There Is a God
  • Thirty-three
  • Ava Adore
  • Bullet with Butterfly Wings
  • One Diamond, One Heart
  • Pale Horse
  • Today
  • Zero
  • Stand Inside Your Love
  • United States


  • The Celestials (acoustic)
  • Porcelina of the Vast Oceans


  • Falconer Salen, Radison Blu Falkoner Hotel


> Panopticon
> Space Oddity
> X.Y.U.
> Disarm
Tonite Reprise
> Tonight, Tonight
> Cherub Rock
BC: Thank you very much. We hope you’re enjoying the concert thus far. (mild crowd response) That doesn’t sound very enthusiastic, but...it’s too bad. (bigger cheer) (noise as though he’s basking in the applause, then he and Jeff laugh) Now Jeff...you’ve been in the Smashing Pumpkins now how many years?
Jeff: Uhhh, maybe six, six?
BC: No, I think a little longer than that.
Jeff: Maybe seven.
BC: Seven years, it’s just a blur, right? Just a big rock and roll blur. (crowd cheers)
Jeff: Hey, they like that, they like that.
BC: You’ve seen a lot of faces and you’ve rocked them all. Now you were saying today that uh, the American sense of humor is very ironic.
Somebody in crowd: We can’t hear you!
BC: You can’t hear me? (crowd cheers) Can you hear me? (crowd cheers) Viking, can you hear me? (crowd cheers, followed by Jeff laughing) Hahahahaha. Heh heh, a heh heh. There’s the gentlemen who says he loves me. I don’t believe you any more than all the women who’ve told me they love me.
Jeff: [unintelligible because Billy’s still talking].
BC: Oh good, now we have a PA again.
Jeff: No, let’s get into that, let’s get into that.
BC: Now Jeff, you were saying today that the...the people here, the Danes, they don’t understand irony.
Jeff: Ha! (crowd boos)
BC: You said they don’t understand my ironic sense of humor.
Jeff: They are always thinking very serious.
BC: They’re very serious.
Jeff: They wrote me a letter recently.
BC: When they’re running me over with their bicycle, they’re very serious.
Jeff: They’re worried about you, they’re just worried.
BC: I mean, I suppose if you’re gonna get run over by a bicycle, a tall blonde woman, very angry looking, stylish, running you over with a bicycle isn’t a bad way to go to heaven. That’s called irony, ironic American humor. And do you know what your chances of getting run over by a tall, blonde, angry, stylish woman here is? Pretty high. Yes. What does this have to do with rock and roll and you and the Smashing Pumpkins? Absolutely nothing. I just feel like talking. (big crowd cheer) You know how we all have that older uncle or grandpa who just talks? That’s me now. I just say whatever’s on my mind. Right? Over here on the bass, we got Nicole.
Nicole: Hellooo guys.
BC: Nicole Bel-look.
Nicole: [unintelligible]
BC: You’re looking quite lovely tonight.
Nicole: Thank you, dear.
BC: I would let you run me over with a bicycle, you look so beautiful.
Nicole: I’ll try not to though.
(Jeff and Mike doodle ‘70s porn music for a few seconds)
BC: That’s Nicole’s theme song. On the drums, Michael Byrne. And on the guitar, Mr. Jeff Schroeder. Now about this time, I usually take a vote within the band if we should continue, because being in the Smashing Pumpkins, it’s always a different experience. Not everyone agrees with the setlist, not everyone agrees with songs that I’ve written as opposed to other songs that I’ve written. It’s kind of a funny thing when you’re competing against yourself: songs you’ve written versus other songs you’ve written and depending on what songs you’ve written that you play, it’s a problem or not a problem. That’s called irony.
Nicole: We have fun with it though.
BC: What’s that?
Nicole: We have fun with it.
BC: Have fun with it?
Nicole: You couldn’t have heard me, you never hear me.
BC: I’m sorry I don’t have a beard. I know these days you have to have a beard to be in a cool band. And a funny mustache. And a Hitler youth haircut. Yeah. Hahaha. Actually, the reason I’m talking is I’m a little sick and I’m just catching my breath, so I’m wasting time. So thank you very much for putting up with me, god bless you. And I just want to thank all the fans that have been coming for so many years to see me play, I appreciate you. I don’t always show my appreciation, but this is the year to show my appreciation. ‘Cause after this, you never know which way it’s gonna go: I could get angry again...I could fly to outer space again. We could start an art band...called the Smashing Pumpkins.
Jeff: Nah, they don’t like that one.
BC: That’s too weird, right? So thank you very much and we’ll continue on now with the scheduled program. We’d like to play a song from the Oceania album, our latest release that came out about a year ago. Thank you to the ten people that bought it. I think it went to like number 72 here. Classic. No, we’re not playing Starla tonight, honey. No. This is a song called Oceania from the Oceania album.
If There is a God
> Ava Adore
> Bullet with Butterfly Wings
One Diamond, One Heart
Pale Horse
> Today
BC: Thank you very much. For our final movement, we’d now like to play a piece by [unintelligible word].
> Stand Inside Your Love
> United States
(BC immediately after lyrics finish: Ladies and gentlemen, that’s the end of the show! Thank you very much! God bless you, see you later.)
[encore break]
The Celestials (acoustic)
Porcelina of the Vast Oceans

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