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Muzzle" is a song by American alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins from their third album, . It was one of the last songs written by Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness Billy Corgan for Mellon Collie, with the song's lyrics referring to what Corgan thought the public's perception was of him at the time. It was rumored to be the Smashing Pumpkins fifth and final single from this album, as is evidenced by the fact that a [1 ] promotional single for the song was issued to radio stations worldwide. However, the song " Thirty-Three" was released as the fifth and final single instead.
There was a rumor that a
music video was actually filmed for "Muzzle" with Chamberlin, but was never released. Billy Corgan has, however, denied this. The band went on to perform "Muzzle" for their next television appearance on [2 ] with replacement drummer, Late Night with Conan O'Brien Matt Walker.
Chart performance [ edit ]
"Muzzle" reached number ten on the U.S.
Mainstream Rock Tracks and number eight on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks. It reached number one on the alternative chart in Canada.
Tracklisting [ edit ]
US promo CD single [3 ]
"Muzzle" - 3:43
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