Live at the Viper Room 1.15.98

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Live at the Viper Room 1.15.98
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Live album by
ReleasedDecember 2021
RecordedJanuary 15, 1998
LabelMartha's Music
The Smashing Pumpkins chronology
CYR
(2020)
Live at the Viper Room 1.15.98
(2021)
Live at Kawasaki 2.24.92
(2022)

Live at the Viper Room 1.15.98 is a live album by The Smashing Pumpkins documenting the January 15, 1998 solo acoustic performances by Billy Corgan and James Iha at the The Viper Room. It is the second installment of the archival series after Live at Kawasaki 2.24.92, though Live at the Viper Room shipped first. In this edition, Iha debuts his solo material for Let It Come Down, while Corgan debuts the new songs for Adore, both only on acoustic guitar.

The album went on sale exclusively through Madame ZuZu's website on July 31, 2021[1] and sold out within two days. It was offered in two colors – gold and silver – both with options to pay to have it autographed by Billy Corgan. As James Iha was located in Los Angeles, away from Chicago where Corgan and presumably the Smashing Pumpkins archive team is located, he was unable to sign any records.

Due to a worldwide shortage in vinyl manufacturing, units did not ship until late December 2021, with the Silver edition shipping in January 2022.

Promotional video from Corgan and Iha

Track listing[edit | edit source]

All tracks are written by James Iha.
James Iha acoustic set
No.TitleLength
1."Be Strong Now" 
2."One and Two" 
3."Country Girl" 
4."Sound of Love" 


All tracks are written by Billy Corgan.
Billy Corgan acoustic set
No.TitleLength
5."To Sheila" 
6."Perfect" 
7."Let Me Give the World to You" 
8."Once Upon a Time" 
9."Daphne Descends" 
10."Ava Adore" 
11."Crestfallen" 
12."Shame" 
13."Tear" 
14."Blissed and Gone" 
15."1979" 

Release history[edit | edit source]

Released Label Catalog ID Format Country External sites
December 2021 Martha's Music A002 2×LP (gold) Worldwide Discogs [1][2]

Personnel[edit | edit source]

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