The Smashing Pumpkins released their third album Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness in 1995 on Virgin Records. The band broke through to the mainstream with their previous record, Siamese Dream, and only further cemented their status. The double-album featured smash hits like "Tonight, Tonight," "Bullet With Butterfly Wings," and "1979" and saw guitarist and singer Billy Corgan writing some of his catchiest songs yet. The third single from the album was the song "Zero" which was also a big success. Corgan also notably wore a black shirt that simply said "Zero" with a star under it, pretty similar to the early Zero Skateboards shirt. This original Smashing Pumpkins baseball shirt, lightly worn in great condition, is an homage to Billy Corgan's classic "Zero" shirt.