Pumpkins Finalize Video Collection Details

Details have emerged about the Smashing Pumpkins DVD/VHS video compilation, due Nov. 20 from Virgin, the same day as the group's greatest hits collection, ""Rotten Apples." "Smashing Pumpkins Greatest Hits Video Collection 1991-2000" will include 20 music videos spanning the group's career, while the DVD will also feature an array of bonus footage, outtakes, and commentary by the band and the video directors.

Two of the videos are performance clips: "Geek USA" filmed in 1994 at Seattle's Oz and "An Ode to No One" recorded at Chicago's Metro during the Pumpkins' final performance last December. The collection will also include two short films -- "Try" and "Lost Tapes" -- the latter of which explores the incident on the set of the "1979" video shoot, where the original tapes of the video were lost, forcing the crew to re-make it from scratch.

The Pumpkins released their first video collection, "Vieuphoria," in 1994. The set, which included mostly live clips, debuted at No. 4 on Billboard's Top Music Videos chart. The group's final album, last year's "MACHINA/the Machines of God," debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200.

Here is the track listing for "The Smashing Pumpkins Greatest Hits Video Collection 1991-2000"

"Cherub Rock"
"Bullet With Butterfly Wings"
"Tonight, Tonight"
"Ava Adore"
"The Everlasting Gaze"
"Stand Inside Your Love"
"Try, Try, Try"
"Geek USA" (live at Oz, Seattle / 1994)
"An Ode to No One" (live at Metro, Chicago / Dec. 2, 2000)
"I Am One"
"Try - A Short Film"


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