Monuments to An Elegy

Monuments to An Elegy

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The Smashing Pumpkins add to their acclaimed body of work with a brand new album that features Motley Crue's Tommy Lee on drums throughout. It is also filled with plenty of epic rock guitar.
Publisher: [United States] : Bmg Rights Management, 2014
Branch Call Number: SMASH Monum
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in


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BFS73 Mar 18, 2015

I am a longtime Pumpkins fan for me the last few albums are not like the old days of Mellon Collie or Siamese Dream not vintage Pumpkins but Billy still comes up with catchy songs and guitar riffs.the last album Oceania was a later day Pumpkins masterpiece by Billy .this album has a few great songs and some okay ones. the songs rock hard with Tommy Lee on drums best songs Being Beige Run 2 Me and One And One Is All reccomended for any Billy or Pumpkins fan a gem in todays music scene !

Jan 10, 2015

this album was pretty forgettable. Too bad, their last two albums were amazing.

JCLScottS Dec 10, 2014

I can't stop listening to this album. It's kind of crazy, actually. After the bland heaviness of Zeitgeist and psuedo-Gish/Siamese Dreaminess of Oceania, I have to admit that the brevity and punch of this collection of songs is probably the strongest set that Corgan has released for close to a decade. Sure, there are some questionable lyrical choices. But that's Billy being Billy. The melodies are still strong and catchy. And yes, Tommy Lee rocks. I still miss Jimmy C's godlike work behind the set. But I'm really satisfied with this album (especially with the lack of awesome, blistering guitar solos). I guess the highest praise is that I'm excited to drive around and see what it sounds like in my car.

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