The frontman was in particulartalking about the ongoing release of the group's free 44-song album, 'Teargarden By Kaleidyscope', which they are releasing one song at a time."If I don't take off a big enough piece to chew on, I'll get bored," Corgan told Spinner Music. "I thought, 'If I really shoot my mouth offhere, then I'll do it'."
"The last time I really did that was with the 'Mellon Collie [And The Infinite Sadness]' album in the 90's," hecontinued. "After we had this wave of success with our second album I came out and said, 'OK, we're going to do a double CD' and everyone was like,'Are you insane?' But it really made me commit on a deeper level to my writing, to the project. I looked at this similarly."
As previouslyreported, the band will release a new EP called 'Teargarden By Kaleidyscope Vol. II - The Solstice Bare' on November 23, with Corgan quick toreassure fans that he has written enough songs to complete the 44-track studio effort.
"I have more than enough songs," he explained."I'll probably write a lot more. It's such a different project than preparing for a normal album. It's interesting to write a song and come backto it a year later and have a completely new perspective from whatever you learned in that last year. I'm really enjoying that process."