While Gish was more subtle about its influences, Siamese Dream announces them. Guitar solos by Corgan and James Iha are the stuff suburban, ’70s backyard parties were made of — Nugent and Hendrix all the way! But in the Pumpkins’ mix, the bong-sucking stoner riffs prove intricate rather than wanky. Corgan and co-producer Butch Vig wrap the whole album in woolly production for that special garage appeal. But there’s rarely a bum note in this tidy wash of styles, and even the most chaotic pileups of distortion are painstakingly orchestrated.