|Released||July 22, 2003|
|Label||Newmarket Capital Group|
Spun is a 2002 black comedy crime drama film directed by Jonas Åkerlund. The original music for the film was written by Billy Corgan, performed by Djali Zwan – the acoustic incarnation of Zwan. Corgan also made a brief appearance in the film, acting as a doctor.
A standalone soundtrack was never been released, though some bootlegs have been made. Corgan has indicated that he owns the rights to the songs and intends to release a properly mixed version of the material in 2022 or beyond.
Directory Jonas Åkerlund has also worked with The Smashing Pumpkins as director of the music videos for "The Everlasting Gaze" and "Try, Try, Try". The latter explores dark themes similar to Spun, and was adapted from Åkerlund's short film, Try.
Videos[edit | edit source]
Tracks of interest[edit | edit source]
As there is no official release, the listing here refers only to songs by Djali Zwan, and in no particular order.
All tracks are written by Billy Corgan, except where noted.
|1.||"The Number of the Beast" (Iron Maiden cover)||Steve Harris||4:28|
|2.||"Freedom Ain't What It Used to Be"||3:01|
|3.||"Think You Know"||3:45|
|4.||"Loving You Sunday Morning" (Scorpions cover)||Rudolf Schenker, Klaus Meine, Herman Rarebell|
|5.||"The Shining Path"|
|6.||"Jesus, I"||traditional, lyrics by Henry Francis Lyte, Billy Corgan||9:41|
|8.||"Love to Love" (UFO cover)||Michael Schenker, Phil Mogg||3:33|
|10.||"Love Is a Battlefield" (Pat Benatar cover)||Holly Knight, Mike Chapman||4:41|
|11.||"Mary Star of the Sea" (Spun version)||6:35|
Release history[edit | edit source]
There is no official release on the soundtrack, and only limited data on bootlegs. The release here is for the film itself.
|Released||Label||Catalog ID||Format||Country||External sites|
|July 22, 2003||Newmarket Capital Group||DVD||US|||
Personnel[edit | edit source]
- Billy Corgan – vocals, guitar
- David Pajo – guitar
- Jimmy Chamberlin – drums, percussion
- Matt Sweeney – vocals, guitar
- Paz Lenchantin – vocals, bass
- Linda Strawberry – vocals on "Love to Love"
References[edit | edit source]
- Billy Corgan. Response to a July 22, 2021 SPCodex post on Instagram