DAILY FIX: Smashing Pumpkins, Cherub Rock

by | Jun 18, 2010 | COMMUNITY

Coming up at The National, The Smashing Pumpkins are still at it. The song is about Indie Rock and Corgan’s perception thereof; it’s a personal irony, because it’s probably the last song / album they released as an indie band, seeing as how the song was nominated for a Grammy and skyrocketed the Pumpkins to their current, and apparently lasting fame.



Coming up at The National, The Smashing Pumpkins are still at it. The song is about Indie Rock and Corgan’s perception thereof; it’s a personal irony, because it’s probably the last song / album they released as an indie band, seeing as how the song was nominated for a Grammy and skyrocketed the Pumpkins to their current, and apparently lasting fame.

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