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The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness (Boxset) [4LP]

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Tracklist:A1 Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness 2:51A2 Tonight, Tonight 4:13A3 Jellybelly 3:00A4 Zero 2:39B1 Here Is No Why 3:44B2 Bullet With Butterfly Wings 4:16B3 To Forgive 4:15C1 An Ode To...

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Tracklist:

A1 Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness 2:51
A2 Tonight, Tonight 4:13
A3 Jellybelly 3:00
A4 Zero 2:39
B1 Here Is No Why 3:44
B2 Bullet With Butterfly Wings 4:16
B3 To Forgive 4:15

C1 An Ode To No One 4:49
C2 Love 4:20
C3 Cupid De Locke 2:49
C4 Galapogos 4:45
D1 Muzzle 3:43
D2 Porcelina Of The Vast Oceans 9:20
D3 Take Me Down 2:50

E1 Where Boys Fear To Tread 4:21
E2 Bodies 4:11
E3 Thirty-Three 4:09
E4 In The Arms Of Sleep 4:11
F1 1979 4:24
F2 Tales Of A Scorched Earth 3:45
F3 Thru The Eyes Of Ruby 7:37

G1 Stumbleine 2:53
G2 X.Y.U. 7:06
G3 We Only Come Out At Night 4:04
G4 Beautiful 4:17
H1 Lily (My One And Only) 3:30
H2 By Starlight 4:47
H3 Farewell And Goodnight 4:21

Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins, released on October 24, 1995 on Virgin Records. Produced by frontman Billy Corgan with Flood and Alan Moulder, the 28-track album was released as a two-disc CD and triple LP. The album features a wide array of styles, as well as greater musical input from bassist D'arcy Wretzky and second guitarist James Iha. 

Led by the single "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", the record debuted at number one on the Billboard charts, the only such occurrence for the group with first week sales of 246,500 units. The album spawned five more singles—"1979", "Zero", "Tonight, Tonight", the promotional "Muzzle", and "Thirty-Three"—over the course of 1996, and was certified diamond by the RIAA, equivalent to over 10 million units sold. Praised by critics for its ambition and scope, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness earned the band seven Grammy Award nominations in 1997, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year ("1979"), as well as 9 MTV Music Video Awards nominations, 8 of which were for "Tonight, Tonight", including "Video of the Year". Not only did they all become hits on both mainstream rock and modern rock stations, but "Bullet with Butterfly Wings", "1979", "Tonight, Tonight", and "Thirty-Three" also became the band's first Top 40 hits, crossing over to pop radio stations.