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- Posted on Jul 16th 2007 3:00PM by Jessica Robertson
It's been nearly fourteen years since the release of the Smashing Pumpkins' 'Siamese Dream,' the band's breakthrough sophomore effort that sold more than four million copies in the U.S. alone. And while we know where producer Butch Vig is these days (still producing, celebrating Garbage with a retrospective), as well as the Pumpkins (new album, new lineup, mispronouncing 'Tarantula'), one question remains: Whatever happened to those adorable tots that graced the 'Siamese Dream' cover? Corgan and Co. wonder the same thing.
"The Smashing Pumpkins are looking for the young girls that adorned the album cover of their record, 'Siamese Dream,'" a member of the Pumpkins' camp wrote. "They have most definitely aged to their teens at this point, and are no longer conjoined. If anyone has any information on how to find the girls, please email email@example.com."
We think R. Kelly might have a lead on this.