Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan reacted to fan rumors of a Siamese Dream sequel album being in the works, despite the fact that the next Smashing Pumpkins album is Shiny and Oh So Bright Volume 2. An ex-Smashing Pumpkins bassist also recently discussed their last Scott Weiland and Chris Cornell meetings.
Corgan posted a Q&A on social media with the topic ‘what’s next.’
A fan said, “Siamese Dream.” Corgan shot back, “Always worthy of a block.”
Another fan wrote, “Lot of people saying TSP have ‘returned’ like there was nothing between now and 2000.”
Corgan responded, “Like Prince said…’When did I ever leave.’ I personally have released music every 2 to 3 years for over 30 years. And have been happy to do it in good times and not so good times.”
WPC also announced, “Madame Zuzu’s, our beloved teahouse (and now cafe featuring a chef-designed plant-based menu) is finally OPEN. We’ve persevered and fought for this in a very tough environment, and I couldn’t be any more proud.
Proud to provide a beautiful atmosphere, an inclusive environment to work and play in, our healthy and yummy food choices, and (when we are able) house a unique retail ship that will include a record store and other hand-picked goods from around the world.
So please subscribe to @madamezuzus IG account for the latest updates, as this is a phased opening (delivery, carry-out, and outdoor dining are available) and we want to be able to always provide for those traveling from a distance: as many Zuzu’s customers often do.
Oh, and I forgot, we’ve built a stage and with a legal capacity over 100 will eventually be able to have great shows and even plays (and hopefully a grand return to comedy nights and let’s hope magic too!)”