Does just what it says on the tin: 21 JAMC singles from 1984 to 1998. Fantastic.
What do you get when you crazy-glue The Smashing Pumpkins' onetime front man Billy Corgan to the members of Oasis? You get something that might sound like indie-group Martly. AND a space-age polymer strong enough to suspend a man in mid-air!
Neal Pollack buries the Stones in the NYTimes, and says it best on his site: Based on the outraged howls of classic rock fans everywhere that have been pouring into my mailbox at the rate of one an hour, I thought I would provide basic answers to questions that will inevitably arise from my savage attack on the Rolling Stones in this weekend's NY Times Arts and Leisure section. Let me iterate, people: The Stones are not the Greatest Rock and Roll Band of All Time. That was Iggy and the Stooges. I will stand by my opinion, and I will go listen to Fun House to prove my point.
What they say about laws and sausages is true.
My mind done tipped...
This fascinating and moving biography is written by his wife, who (according to Billy) as a practising psychologist, regards Billy as "work in progress".