by Smashing Pumpkins


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Lull is a four-song EP the Smashing Pumpkins released as they were preparing to enter the studio to record their second album, Siamese Dream. Essentially the "Rhinoceros" single and three B-sides, Lull is targeted toward die-hard fans, but the solo Billy Corgan acoustic ballad "Bye June" and the blistering "Slunk" illustrate that the sumptuous neo-psychedelic hard rock of Gish wasn't a fluke.

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Release Date: 11/11/1991
Label: Caroline
UPC: 0017046146524
catalogNumber: 1465

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Lull 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Over the years I have wondered what band on this planet is as good as The Smashing pumpkins. The pumpkins create music that is so meaningfull. Buy this cd!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This EP sets others apart from the bands dramatic career, simply put its sweet sweet! I have to say after listening to the last track, it makes for such a grand bedtime lullaby. Well ''I'm going to the moon, you better wave bye''..
Guest More than 1 year ago
All I have to say is that this EP is quite good as every true Pumpkin fan should get it all the more as this EP is quite rare in France.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lull is not the most popular Smashing Pumpkins release, simply because it was on Caroline. But if the world had heard the psychodelia of Slunk or flowing bass of Blue, this album would have sold. I agree that every true Pumpkinhead should own this. It's only four songs, but it's still worth it.