In 2000, Billy Corgan blamed Britney for the end-the Smashing Pumpkins


Billy Corgan and Spears
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The 90’s were it’s leading for the The Rock-And-Roll and the band The Smashing Pumpkins – they had their place in the Sun the mainstream is.

Discs, tracks, and clips of the incredible, the band was part of a movement that came about in this film the underground in many towns and cities of the United States, and has been taking over the radio and on the INTERNET.

The other movement is really strong at the time was Pop Music, and on the 23rd of May, 2000. Billy Corgan he gave a statement to go into the history of the group and of the phase of the industry.

The Smashing Pumpkins, Billy Corgan, and Britney Spears

The quote from the Tour that was given on the radio, KROQ, Los Angeles, california, on the 23rd day of May, 2000, and it is there that he left the band and they would end up at the end of the year.

The reason why? Pop stars who were making the charts:

There is nothing wrong with the inside of the band. But that’s the way the culture is today, it’s hard to keep trying to fight the good fight against the Britneys.

It is worth noting that the band is effectively over by the end of the year, and on the 02nd of December, he made a show of leaving in 4 and a half hours on the iconic Metro in Chicago, where a row of Pumpkins has begun.

The last album from this period, it is Machina II/The Friends & Enemies of Modern Musicthat was attended by Billy Corgan, James Iha (electric guitar), D’arcy Wretzky (bass guitar), and Jimmy Chamberlin (drums).

In 2005, the leader of the group, he announced that he would come back with the design, and in 2007, it came The Zeitgeista new album, where he and Jimmy Chamberlin, the last one in training, would show up.

Points Of Interest

It is worth noting here that, in 2000, the Pumpkins they had, then yes, the internal tensions are exposed in times past.

In addition to this, following on from the success of the amazing Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995), is able to be carried over by the new sound that upset to fans, ironlike, which ended up shrinking the audience, the public, and support.

Blame it on the Pop music entirely at the end of a band that seems to have been not only more of a stretch than Billy Corgan, musician, who has spent much of his career by creating controversy.

Don’t you think?”