The Smashing Pumpkins 1996-05-03
|May 3, 1996 – Madrid, ES|
|Live performance by The Smashing Pumpkins|
|Infinite Sadness tour|
|Date||May 3, 1996|
|Personnel||Billy Corgan, James Iha, D'arcy Wretzky, Jimmy Chamberlin, Jonathan Melvoin|
|Order of bands||The Smashing Pumpkins|
The May 3, 1996 performance was an all-acoustic show.
Setlist[edit | edit source]
- "1979" (acoustic)
- "Tonight, Tonight" (acoustic)
- "Cupid de Locke" (abandoned) (acoustic)
- "Cupid de Locke" (acoustic)
- "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" (acoustic)
- "Thru the Eyes of Ruby" (acoustic)
- "Thirty-Three" (acoustic)
- "Muzzle" (acoustic)
- "Mayonaise" (acoustic)
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Only acoustic performance of "Thru the Eyes of Ruby"
Banter[edit | edit source]
note: annoying DJ obscures large amount of stage banter with talking, interview snippets and playing clips of studio versions of songs
BC: Thanks a lot. Thank you for coming.
D’arcy: Come again tomorrow night and you'll see us say the--play the same songs, only louder.
Cupid de Locke (abandoned - doesn’t get past Iha intro)
BC: Wait, hold on. Wait, hold on.
Cupid de Locke
Bullet with Butterfly Wings
BC: Um, we’d like to try a new song, try it acoustic.
Thru the Eyes of Ruby (abandoned - Billy’s guitar isn’t quite in tune)
Thru the Eyes of Ruby
D’arcy: You guys look sort of sad. ... Okay. I wanna say hello to [unintelligible].
BC: ...si, I guess in all the bullrings. Tough crowd.
Iha: It isn't that different, no. There’s not that much difference, they all respond [unintelligible].
D’arcy: So it better be good.
BC: Were you waiting for this? (audience says “yes”) Alright, sorry. Heh heh, we’re on rock and roll time.
Iha: I met this guy named [unintelligible].
BC: Not much happens to us, to be honest.
D’arcy: You’re gonna have to wait longer.
BC: A lot of the same thing over and over again.
BC: This one goes out to radio land, wherever you are. I like what you’re wearing.
BC: ...Chicago, that oughta tell you something. So that’s one. Number two, um, you have to remember that when you read interviews in an art....