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The Smashing Pumpkins: Zeitgeist (CD) - £3.93 @ TheHut (free delivery)
The Smashing Pumpkins:  Zeitgeist (CD) - £3.93 @ TheHut (free delivery)

The Smashing Pumpkins: Zeitgeist (CD) - £3.93 @ TheHut (free delivery)

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The Smashing Pumpkins 'Zeitgeist' at a bargain price. It's the German Edition but who cares when for £3.93 you can finally get it without shelling out close to a tenner!

Next best (outside The HUT group): £8.15 @ Base.com

BTW, best price for the UK version of the CD is £9.43!!


Description:
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With its provocative title (Zeitgeist, meaning ‘Spirit of the Times’), depiction of a sinking Statue of Liberty in front of a red, glowing sun on the cover, and song-titles like "Doomsday Clock", 7 Shades of Black" and "United States," you don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to discern the themes and concerns of the new Smashing Pumpkins record. The first album to be released under the Smashing Pumpkins name since 2000, Zeitgeist is of special interest for those who thought that the Pumpkins game was all but finished. First single "Tarantula" showcases the sound of the new album: a heavy-ish, catchy slice of coruscating rock, it simultaneously harks back to the band’s older, stadium-rock days (see Siamese Dream) while continuing the power pop poses of Corgan’s recent (and now disbanded) Zwan project. While many songs - "7 Shades of Black," "Pomp & Circumstance," the intense, ten minute long "United States" – amply display the band’s vigorous side, tracks like "That’s the Way" offer slower, more lucid moments. There’s nothing here to quite match the glories of yesteryear, but Zeitgeist does profile a band still capable of hitting the spot.

Track Listing
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1. Doomsday Clock
2. 7 Shades Of Black
3. Bleeding The Orchid
4. That's The Way (My Love Is)
5. Tarantula
6. Starz
7. United States
8. Neverlost
9. Bring The Light
10. Come On Let's Go
11. For God And Country
12. Pomp And Circumstances



Note: other than being on a different record label the only difference I can see with the German version is that it has a red cover while the UK cover is purple.

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this was dirt cheap last time i was in Fopp, might be worth looking in there too

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