Corgan blames “expectation level” for material going unreleased 2:01 pm // Monday, September 26, 2011Posted by jjb in billy corgan, interview, teargarden by kaleidyscope.
Smashing Pumpkins friend blog Crestfallen.com today put a moderately hard-hitting question to band archivist-in-chief Billy Corgan, asking Corgan how much non-album material from the ongoing Teargarden by Kaleidyscope project will be let out for fans to hear “sooner rather than later.” His response:
There are, I believe, over 70 demos of released and unreleased songs. At least 15 of which are worth a release at some point that have Mark Tulin playing bass and Mikey playing drums. Still trying to figure out what to do with those. I would release way more stuff right now (like we used to) if the expectation level for the quality of material was anywhere near reality.