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Smashing Pumpkins look to Classic Rock sound for their next album.

In an interview with Rolling Stone Smashing Pumpkin front man Billy Corgan says the the next album by his band will sound a lot like classic rock band Mountain.

Corgan jokes that he has been less than enthusiastic with the music of 1998 and most of his CD listening is of classic rock albums from bands like Mountain, UFO, and Rainbow.

Adore has had a luke warm reception from fans, many consider it too commercial, and album sales have not lived up to the glory of past Pumpkins releases.

But Corgan and Co march on. Billy has completed writing 14 songs for the next album, and has contributed to Enuff Z'nuff's new album Paraphernalia.

Read the interview with Billy Corgan at Rolling Stone online

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