From TVD Chicago: A major announcement from The Smashing Pumpkins this week- beginning this Fall, the bands stellar back catalog will be remastered, expanded, and reissued. Working chronologically through the catalog, the first batch of re-releases will include their 1991 debut full-length Gish, the critically acclaimed follow-up Siamese Dream, as well as their 1994 collection of b-sides and rarities, Pisces Iscariot.
Following in early 2012 we’ll see the the remastered Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, Adore, and The Aeroplane Flies High. Completing the reissue series in 2013 will be a combined release of Machina/The Machines of God and Machina II: The Friends and Enemies of Modern Music, potentially completely re-mixed. A new album, titled Oceania was also announced, an album-in-an-album of sorts, as it is being considered part of the bands ongoing Teargarden By Kaliedyscope series.
Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan hints that extra content to be included will include unheard b-sides, recordings of early practices, and live material. Making this announcement extra sweet is news that all of the reissues will be available on vinyl!