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Asiatic667
November 8th 2009


4648 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

zeros great, but nowhere near my favourite. I actually think there are some way underrated tracks that wouldv'e made great singles.
Love
Here Is No Why
Thru The eyes of ruby
Bodies

In fact Jellybelly was billys original choice for lead single, but the label wanted Bullet w/ butterfly wings

oalston
November 12th 2009


91 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Jelly Belly is a good song as well, but I think songs like Zero, Tonight tonight, and 1979 are better. I definitely prefer Dawn to Dusk more than Twilight to Starlight.

robertsona
Staff Reviewer
March 20th 2010


15083 Comments


'1979' is so good.

Relinquished
March 20th 2010


26107 Comments


So many good times with that song

WhiteNoise
March 24th 2010


3254 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Impulse bought this after it was being played in the CD shop and was on special, really loving it so far.

RFitzpatrick
May 24th 2010


27 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Great review.

This is my favorite album of the 90s, truly ambitious. Corgan didn't coast after the success of Siamese Dream, he went out to top it and somehow he did. From beautiful songs like Thirty-Three to screaming metal like An Ode to No One, this is one of the densest albums I have ever heard. Its exhausting.

IAJP
July 16th 2010


378 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

the great songs on this album rank amongst the best pumpkins tunes ever..we only come out at night, XYU, zero, tonight tonight, jellybelly, galapogos, porcelana of the vast oceans...the filler is so obvious though. i suppose it will forever be a good album, just not as focused as their other stuff.

omgraptors
September 5th 2010


820 Comments


what filler?

WatchItExplode
October 7th 2010


3316 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

nostaligic classics are still classics for some...(guest)

WatchItExplode
October 7th 2010


3316 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I didn't buy it until two years ago. Props to you but I agree about the filler dragging this down.

Prolapse
October 7th 2010


4370 Comments


bodies is probably my favourite too, the album could have had way less songs though

BigHans
October 18th 2010


26454 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Does anyone agree that the first track is one of the most gorgeous things ever fucking written?

bab808
November 2nd 2010


456 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

damn it, i wish tonight tonight and 1979 were on siamese dream. that album is so much better

Jarvig
November 14th 2010


168 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Not as good as the masterpiece Siamese Dream. But still a very, very good album. From here on SP is only getting worse and worse.

demigod!
December 1st 2010


45286 Comments


When I listen to this, I don't listen to the second 'cause it's got so much crap.

Shame, because I absolutely love 1979. Wish he had decided to put that on disc 1 instead.

Digging: Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

HalfManHalfAmazing
December 5th 2010


805 Comments


I've always had a soft spot for 1979, it's about time I give the whole thing a listen

supermakil
December 16th 2010


20 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

so good but just too fucking long.
if they just removed the 10 or so filler shit tracks they could have still had a 90 minute concept album that would have been epic. but they didnt so now i have to sit down for 2 hours to hear 1979.
SO MANY MIXED FEELINGS!!!!!

acorncheese
December 16th 2010


7119 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Thru the Eyes of Ruby is the best imo. There are some HIGHLY underrated songs here, though, such as Galapagos.

couldwinarabbit
December 16th 2010


6996 Comments


gta 4 when 1979 came on the radio that was like the best moment in any videogame ever.

PuddlesPuddles
December 16th 2010


4787 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

new page so it's 1/1 ;p

Oh I fucked up



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