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- Posted on Mar 18th 2010 7:42AM by Chris Mugan
The Smashing Pumpkins frontman disowned new Hole material he had worked on for Love's forthcoming album 'Nobody's Daughter.' Corgan had co-written several tracks, but then hoped they would not be used.
"It would be a real big problem, because I haven't given my permission," he said. "I have no interest in supporting her in any way, shape or form. You can't throw enough things down the abyss with a person like that."
On Tuesday (March 16), Love posted a message for Corgan on Facebook, apologising for "all the thousand ways I sometimes offend you." She also praised their songwriting endeavours. "We have again created beauty from the agony between us," she wrote.
Since they both came to fame in the early nineties, the pair have enjoyed a tempestuous relationship, including a brief romance, before Love married Nirvana's Kurt Cobain.
In 2006, Cogan moved into to her Hollywood Hills home and the pair went into the studio after Love had undergone treatment for drug abuse -- she called the output from these sessions the Rehab Demos.
'Nobody's Daughter' is Love's first album working as Hole since 1998's 'Celebrity Skin' and was initially due for release in 2008.