ANNOUNCEMENT: FREE VIRTUAL CONCERT OF THE SMASHING PUMPKINS’ 1998 FOX THEATER SHOW FROM ATLANTA, GEORGIA IN SUPPORT OF ADORE REISSUE
September 19, 2014
Los Angeles, CA (September 19, 2014) – Universal Music Enterprises (UMe) announces a virtual concert-going experience featuring a complete live show from The Smashing Pumpkins. The 1998 concert footage from Atlanta’s Fox Theater is featured on the upcoming Adore Super Deluxe scheduled for release on September 23. “An Evening with The Smashing Pumpkins” at Atlanta’s Fox Theater will be available for 48 hours FREE starting Friday, September 19 at 5:00PM PDT/8:00PM EDT.
Smashing Pumpkins fans can join the FREE viewing party of the fully re-mastered August 4, 1998 performance at Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia on the band’s YouTube page http://www.youtube.com/smashingpumpkins
To unlock sneak peek video from this live show, check out www.whatdoyouadore.com
As part of the continuing series of reissues of The Smashing Pumpkins’ acclaimed catalog via Virgin/UMe, the iconic alternative band is set to release four separate versions, all fully remastered, of platinum-selling 1998 Adore. The six-CD/DVD Adore Super Deluxe package includes 107 tracks, featuring a mono version of the album; “In a State of Passage,” with demos from Corgan’s home Sadlands studio; “Chalices, Palaces, and Deep Pools,” devoted to outtakes, among them an instrumental version of “For Martha,” produced by Flood and Corgan, and “Malice, Callous, and Fools,” featuring an outtake from the Rick Rubin/Corgan collaboration, ”Let Me Give the World to You.” A sixth disc, “Kissed Alive Too,” spotlights live tracks recorded in Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and L.A.’s Dodger Stadium, among others, while the DVD captures the Smashing Pumpkins in an August 4, 1998 performance at Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. A full booklet with liner notes is also part of the release. In addition, Adore will also be available as a single CD, a deluxe, 90-track digital package on September 23 and a double-vinyl version, released October 7.