CHICAGO (Reuters) - Singer Billy Corgan said on Tuesday he plans to revive The Smashing Pumpkins, his Grammy-winning band which broke up in 2000 after more than a decade of blending alternative rock with the avant-garde.
In full-page advertisements in Chicago newspapers, the bald-headed Corgan said, 'I want my band back, and my songs, and my dreams.'
Say what you actually mean, Billy: You want your money back. No one gave a damn about Zwan, and no one knows -- or cares -- if you did anything else. So you think maybe you can get over all your "creative differences" with the other Pumpkins if the paycheck is big enough? Very good, you trained monkey. Now learn how to actually perform live.