By Marty Rosenbaum

Billy Corgan is an artist in the truest sense, which is why it should come as no surprise that he performed eight hour’s of music inspired by a novel.

Back in 2014, Corgan performed an eight hour set of music inspired by Hermann Hesse‚Äôs novel Siddhartha. Taking place at his Highland Park teahouse Madame Zuzu’s, Corgan is getting ready to release the performance to the public.

The Siddartha performance is now available as a 5-LP box set to the tune of $375.

The box set includes five 180g clear-vinyl records hand-numbered and signed by Billy Corgan, one hand numbered custom art print of ‘Siddartha’ by Linda Strawberry, a Stylophone synthesizer, and a black WPC hat.

For more details about the box set, head on over to Madame Zuzu’s website.

If you’ve got eight hours to spare, you can watch the video in its entirety below.

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