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Untitled Single, Maxi, Import


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 12 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi, Import
  • Label: EMI/Virgin
  • ASIN: B00005RG0M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

1. Untitled - The Smashing Pumpkins
2. Try (Alternate Version) - The Smashing Pumpkins
3. Age Of Innocence (Early Version) - The Smashing Pumpkins

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By Kj Ream on Oct. 3 2002
Format: Audio CD
The song Untitled was a great moment for The Smashing Pumpkins to go out on. The riffs and whole song struture in general is very similar to the glory days of Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness. It's a shame to see the Pumpkins disband after a killer single like this which proves they are still able to rock after the disappoints of Adore and Machina: The Machines Of God.
The other two tracks on this single shows just how diverse the pumpkins were as a band and these versions definatly stand above the originals. Whilst they do still lack some of that trademark Pumpkins sound
Overall, A Good-bye but I would suggest picking up Rotten Apples: The Best Of The Smashing Pumpkins first if you haven't all ready got it. This single is really just for collecters.
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I love this song. I've heard it on the greatest hits album its a defite must have. It's the bands final farewell to all the fans out there. The Alt version of try try try is very good also. I have yet to listen to the early version of age of innocence but if its as good as the final version then this definately worth the buy.
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While I am not a fan of the Pumpkins "Untitled", there previous single "Try,try,try" is exceptionally redone here. The original was great, and this is almost as good. It sounds acoustic, kinda, with sounds incorporated into the recording. This one also has different lyrics. The building rock closer from Machina, "The Age of Innosence" is done well with interesting ambient souns, making it sound as if it was recorded live without studio help. I guess most Pumpkins fans would rather die than not support their leader, Corgan, as would I. If nothing else, buy this for the novelty and cool pictures of the band in the studio.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Obscure b-sides! June 8 2002
By Joseph Marshall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
While I am not a fan of the Pumpkins "Untitled", there previous single "Try,try,try" is exceptionally redone here. The original was great, and this is almost as good. It sounds acoustic, kinda, with sounds incorporated into the recording. This one also has different lyrics. The building rock closer from Machina, "The Age of Innosence" is done well with interesting ambient souns, making it sound as if it was recorded live without studio help. I guess most Pumpkins fans would rather die than not support their leader, Corgan, as would I. If nothing else, buy this for the novelty and cool pictures of the band in the studio.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Final Farewell Aug. 6 2002
By Jesse Dallas Britten - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love this song. I've heard it on the greatest hits album its a defite must have. It's the bands final farewell to all the fans out there. The Alt version of try try try is very good also. I have yet to listen to the early version of age of innocence but if its as good as the final version then this definately worth the buy.
Great addition to the collection, but for the right price Sept. 25 2010
By Evander Sinque - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Say what you will about the second coming of the Smashing Pumpkins in 2007, but to deny "Untitled" as a great swan song for the breakup of the band in 2000 is pure lunacy. Happy, sure, but a testament to the band's ability to write and play well. I suppose the title track of this single wouldn't be out of place on Machina I, but I will admit that is my favourite album (but the premaster is better if you can find it online).

It's backed by two b-sides, both of which are exclusive to the single and really add value for the SP collector: alternate versions of "Try" and "Age of Innocence" not already collected on Machina II. Considering these two songs are two of the most well written in the Machina sessions, the songs themselves are attractive; the fact that they're otherwise unreleased adds to their value.

Overall, this is a worthy purchase for the late-term Pumpkins fan and/or collector, but you don't want to overshoot its value. You don't have to pay $12 for 3 songs, so don't!
Great Machina-ea find! Oct. 31 2009
By T. W. Alexander - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
As an enormous fan of Pumpkins' work they did throughout the Machina I & II period, finding the superior audio quality of the "Try" version on Machina II and a spacey and slower paced early demo version of "Age Of Innocense" was FANTASTIC!
But then again anything Smashing Pumpkins related tends to attract me like a magnet.
3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A Great Outro Oct. 3 2002
By Kj Ream - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The song Untitled was a great moment for The Smashing Pumpkins to go out on. The riffs and whole song struture in general is very similar to the glory days of Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness. It's a shame to see the Pumpkins disband after a killer single like this which proves they are still able to rock after the disappoints of Adore and Machina: The Machines Of God.
The other two tracks on this single shows just how diverse the pumpkins were as a band and these versions definatly stand above the originals. Whilst they do still lack some of that trademark Pumpkins sound
Overall, A Good-bye but I would suggest picking up Rotten Apples: The Best Of The Smashing Pumpkins first if you haven't all ready got it. This single is really just for collecters.

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