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2014/05/23


Though the next album to be released in the Smashing Pumpkins' reissue series will be Adore, Billy Corgan is already designing the eventual re-release of Machina. Corgan detailed his plan for the Machina reissue, and it's going to be immense.  Besides reissuing Machina (along with bonus material), Corgan plans to release the originally intended double/triple album sequence in the original form in which it was written.  From the posting on the band's official site:

Billy Corgan has indicated plans to put the album not only in it’s original and intended double/triple album sequence, but has designs on commissioning new remixes of all materials as well. The intention is to present MACHINA in the original form in which it was written; or in his words, ‘as a theatrical narrative.’

Other possibilities of coalescing the story exist: including the addition of extant materials such acoustic alternates, re-contextualized soundtrack pieces, and use of spoken word to create an immersive experience.”

“I’m also not opposed to asking current artists to participate, singing songs as such on the compositions meant for other character’s voices,” Billy adds. “Finishing what the band started so long ago, and we just didn’t have the strength to end.”

Corgan has just begun working on the Machina reissue, so it'll be awhile. The reissue of Adore is expected out this summer, and two brand new Smashing Pumpkins albums, Monument to an Elegy and Day To Night, will be released in 2015.



Published May 23rd, 2014 @ 10:23 AM