Pumpkins reunited? Five key tracks from the Smashing Pumpkins back catalog

One of the major bands of the 1990s could be about to make a comeback. Indeed, a picture shared on Twitter shows four members of the Smashing Pumpkins, including frontman Billy Corgan, posing in a photo shoot, fueling hopes of a Pumpkins revival. In the meantime, here are five key hits from the band's back catalog.

A photo shared online appears to show the frontman and founder of the Smashing Pumpkins posing with bandmates against a white backdrop, reports NME

January 30, a picture appeared on the band's Twitter account featuring the group's "SP" initials forming the shape of a heart. The accompanying post reads: "Sign up to be the first to know."

A new album could, therefore, be in the pipeline. As fans wait to find out more, here's a look at some of the band's previous work with five key songs from the Pumpkins' back catalog.

"Rhinoceros"

This track is from the Smashing Pumpkins' debut album, "Gish," released in 1991. Frontman Billy Corgan is joined by original bandmates James Iha, bassist D'Arcy Wretzky and drummer Jimmy Chamberlin. Released at the same time as Nirvana's legendary "Nevermind," "Gish" only scored moderate success on its initial release.

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/aVfWx9282y0

"Today"

"Today" is taken from the Smashing Pumpkins' second album "Siamese Dream," number 18 in it Pitchfork's top 100 albums of the 1990s.

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/xmUZ6nCFNoU

"1979"

"Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness," released in 1995, scored a mainstream success for the Pumpkins. It features some the band's biggest hits, such as "Tonight, Tonight" and "1979."

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/4aeETEoNfOg

"Ava Adore"

"Adore," the band's fourth album featuring the song "Ava Adore," was released in 1998. It was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album.

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/9uWwvQKGjLI

"Being Beige"

The Smashing Pumpkins returned in 2017 with "Monuments to an Elegy," more than 20 years after the band's first studio album.

Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/149BY2WTPJI