The Smashing Pumpkins 1992-09-05
|September 5, 1992 – Amsterdam, NL|
|Live performance by The Smashing Pumpkins|
|Artist||The Smashing Pumpkins|
|Date||September 5, 1992|
|Personnel||Billy Corgan, James Iha, D'arcy Wretzky, Jimmy Chamberlin|
Setlist[edit | edit source]
- "Bury Me"
- "Hello Kitty Kat"
- "Window Paine"
- "The Joker" [Steve Miller Band]
- "Kill Your Parents"
- "Siva" [7:54]
- "Geek U.S.A."
- "I Am One" [4:14]
Encore[edit | edit source]
Banter[edit | edit source]
BC: Good evening. On band.
> Bury Me
BC: Thank you very much. The Pumpkins couldn’t even be here tonight, so thank you for coming tonight.
Iha: Thank you.
Hello Kitty Kat
(Window Paine begins)
BC: Are you alive? Are you with us? Thank god we’re not in Germany anymore. You’re much nicer than Germany. And if you’re German and you’re living here, thank god you’re living here. Not that America’s so great, but....
Iha: Thank you. Thank you very much for your enthusiasm. [unintelligible]. This is a light Celtic song, named after the uh, [unintelligible word] and the druids. Dwarves. It’s called March of the Wiener Schnitzels.
Iha: Wiener schnitzels.
BC: (German accent) March of the Wiener Schnitzels! They’re taking over, you know, those wiener schnitzels.
> Kill Your Parents
BC: Thank you very much.
BC: Shh, hey, you gotta hear this, shhh. (Jimmy starts Geek U.S.A.)
BC: (Southern accent) Well, thank you very much.
> I Am One
BC: Thank you, goodnight.
Iha: Thank you.
BC: This is a song...this is a song...this is a song called Holland Is Great. Holland is the greatest country I know. Hey, put some bass [unintelligible several words], I don't know why it's sounding like that. Anybody got any requests? (crowd shouting) Heh heh, we don’t know that one!
Iha: You’re requesting [unintelligible 1-2 words] entirely, who knows if they were requesting us? [unintelligible sentence, possibly gibberish or imitating Dutch accent]. Here it’s kinda [unintelligible].
BC: You wanna hear Thin Lizzy?
Dancing in the Moonlight (tease - Jimmy & Billy)
Iha: It’s 1977. [1-2 unintelligible words], Phil Lynott, making this great record. Dancing in the Moonlight! Sadly, the [1-2 unintelligible words] Irish band and sound. Fucking give it up for those guys. (tease ends) Great band, [unintelligible] and...this one’s for you, Phil, heh heh!