The Psycho Tape

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The Psycho Tape
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Bootleg of
ReleasedOctober 8, 2005

The Psycho Tape is a bootleg of early live videos of The Smashing Pumpkins and The Marked. In the days of VHS it was passed around elite trading circles, before a DVD surfaced in 2005.[1]

Track listing[edit | edit source]

NOTE: The track lengths are inferred from the YouTube uploads and may not match the original DVD exactly.

All tracks are written by Billy Corgan, except where noted.
1."I'm Free" (The Who)Pete Townsend1989-XX-XX at the Metro2:36
2."She" 1988-XX-XX at unknown location3:45
3."Geraldo interviewing Charles Manson"  1:28
4."The Crystal Ship" (The Doors)Jim Morrison1989-XX-XX (2) at the Metro2:47
5."Sun" 1989-XX-XX (2) at the Metro5:59
6."Spiteface" 1989-XX-XX (2) at the Metro5:40
7."Venus in Furs" (The Velvet Underground)Lou Reed1989-XX-XX (3) at the Metro4:34
8."Billy & Bob English in the crowd"  0:21
9."My Dahlia"  3:44
10."My Eternity" 1988-11-19 (Pulse Basement Jam)5:39
11."Rhinoceros" 1990-XX-XX at unknown location5:09
12."East" 1990-XX-XX at unknown location4:03
13."I Am One"Billy Corgan, James Iha1990-XX-XX at unknown location4:43
14."I Am My End" 1989-10-31 at the Metro3:19
15."Rhinoceros" 1989-10-31 at the Metro5:17
16."Ball and Chain"James Iha, Billy Corgan1989-10-31 at the Metro3:05
17."Bury Me" 1989-10-31 at the Metro4:08
18."Try to Try" 1989-10-31 at the Metro3:26
19."Jennifer Ever" 1988-XX-XX at unknown location3:37
20."There It Goes" 1988-XX-XX at unknown location5:08
21."Oui Henri" (cut after 20 seconds) 1988-XX-XX at unknown location0:20
22."Nothing and Everything" 1988-XX-XX at unknown location6:05
23."Salt" 1989-10-31 at the Metro4:11
24."Lie I Lie" 1989-10-31 at the Metro3:12
25."Razor" 1989-10-31 at the Metro4:01
26."Love (pre-Gish demo)" 1989-10-31 at the Metro3:20
27."C'mon" 1989-10-31 at the Metro5:23
28."Scary Neurotic Song" (The Marked)  1:52
29."The Trance" (The Marked)Billy Corgan, Ronald Roesing 4:57
30."Geraldo interviewing unknown serial killer “Joe”"  1:13

Release history[edit | edit source]

Released Label Catalog ID Format Country External sites
October 8, 2005 DVD • NTSC United States [1]

References[edit | edit source]