James Iha took the lead song
Smashing Pumpkins Covered The Cure is "Friday In Love & # 39; on a show in Madison, Wisconsin Wednesday night (28th of November).
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In fan movies you can see below, the guitarist James Iha takes the lead in a faithful release by Robert Smith and Cos 1992.
The choice of cover can reflect the fact that Billy Corgon's band will join The Cure, as well as Bon Iver, as leaders of Portugal's NOS Alive Festival next summer.
On the Wisconsin show, the band revived the cover of Depeche Mode's Never Let Me Down Again.
They first recorded it in 1994 and launched it as a B page for the single release of the "Siamese Dream" track "Rocket".
Meanwhile, Billy Corgan has revealed that he hopes to record a Christmas album and that he plans to start writing Smashing Pumpkins material as soon as the band finishes.
The band launched its first album since Iha and drummer Jimmy Chamberlain rejoined the band, "Shiny And Oh So Bright, Volume One", earlier this year.
NME called the post "a showcase of songcraft that is allowed to breathe and reveal itself. Take on volume two. The dream lives on," in a four-star review.
The original bassist D & # 39; Arcy Wretzky is not included in the revitalized show, as relationships remain full between her and the band.
Corgan has also discussed the reasons why he did not use Wretzky's successor Melissa Auf Der Maur in his united group.