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The Smashing Pumpkins: 1991-2000 Greatest Hits Video Collection (2001)

Released alongside The Smashing Pumpkins greatest hits CD "Rotten Apples", this video collection comes with all of the Pumpkins music videos (excluding "The End is the Beginning is the End"... See full summary »
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D'arcy Wretzky ...
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Released alongside The Smashing Pumpkins greatest hits CD "Rotten Apples", this video collection comes with all of the Pumpkins music videos (excluding "The End is the Beginning is the End"). It also comes with a live performance of "Geek USA" and "An Ode to No One" which is taken from their final performance at the Metro. There is also a hidden video for the never-before-released song "Untitled". All of the videos come with commentary from the band and some have out-takes and behind the scenes footage. Written by Stuart Miller <stuniversal@hotmail.com>

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The video for "Tonight, Tonight" is a tribute to A Trip to the Moon (1902). Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris filmed the video the same way Georges Méliès did his film. They used a 70-year-old, hand-cranked camera shooting only one angle on a single set See more »

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Great Video for Fans of the Greast Band of All Time
23 July 2006 | by (Dublin,Texas,United States) – See all my reviews

This video is absolutely wonderful. The Pumpkins are most definitely the most creative and original band of the 90's, possibly of the 20th century.

The video contains all of their videos as well as a video from their final show. It also contains multiple making of video's as well as commentary of many of the music video's. If you have never seen their videos but are familiar with their music(or even if your not...get into it!) watch Thirsty-Three, Ava Adore or Today, amazing spectacles of this band's sher imaginative minds.

I cam't wait for them to release their comeback album, which has no date as of now. But when it comes out, they will be changing music again for the better.


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