The Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS’ Fully Remastered + Reissued TODAY, 12/4!

The Smashing Pumpkin’s career-defining 1995 double album ‘MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS’ has received the fully remastered treatment from EMI Music and is available for purchase beginning TODAY, December 4th!

Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness has been re-released in multiple physical and digital configurations, including an expanded 5CD+DVD Deluxe Box Set (also available digitally) and the remastered original album in 4LP Vinyl, 2CD, and digital formats. The Deluxe Box Set’s 5 CDs include 64 bonus tracks of previously unreleased material or alternate versions of MELLON COLLIE era songs, and its DVD features a live show filmed at the Brixton Academy, London (1996) and bonus performances from the German music television show Rockpalast (1996).

Being a major Smashing Pumpkins fan, The Deluxe Box Set is on top of my Christmas wish-list. I just hope Santa reads my blog!

– Tonight Tonight

Originally released October 24, 1995, MELLON COLLIE AND THE INFINITE SADNESS would debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified 9x platinum by the RIAA. It yielded major hits like “Bullet With Butterfly Wings”–the band’s unlikely first Top 40 hit–the exquisite “1979” and epic “Tonight, Tonight” as well as a thoroughly inspired series of videos. Produced by BILLY CORGAN, Flood and Alan Moulder, the album would also earn a Grammy Award (1996 Best Hard Rock Performance for “Bullet With Butterfly Wings”) as well as seven nominations. Beyond the more obvious hits, though, MELLON COLLIE is a song cycle of unusual depth and considerable range. It is a collection of stunningly beautiful moments when everything lined up–a moment in time that’s still here to be treasured.


  1. Oh my gosh! This is so cool. This is actually my husbands all time favorite album! He’s drooling over here. The Smashing Pumpkins has always been one of my favorite bands. Thank you for posting this!

    • Jenn
      Twitter: 5_dollarshake

      Your husband has good taste. They have always been one of my favorites too.

  2. Jeffrey says:

    I remember the 90’s, high school, driving, working and music. Smashing Pumkins were great, I saw them twice in concert!