Ava Adore

Album: Adore (1998)
Charted: 11 42
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  • This song was the first single off Smashing Pumpkins' 1998 comeback album Adore. The single marked a change in musical direction for the band, as frontman Billy Corgan had consciously decided to incorporate more loops, electronic sounds, and non-traditional instruments into the band's music.
  • This song was featured on the MuchMusic compilation album Big Shiny Tunes 3. Other bands on the disc included Foo Fighters, Matthew Good Band, and Semisonic.
  • The video for this song was directed by Dom and Nic, who have also worked with Trent Reznor, David Bowie, and The Chemical Brothers.
  • The video for this song won an award for Most Stylish Video at the 1998 VH1 Fashion Awards.
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