In 1996, Bill Clinton was president, gas was a mere $1.22 per gallon, and The Smashing Pumpkins were at the peak of their powers. The band was fresh off the megahit Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness — and were ready to flex their muscles even more — so they released a five-disc box set. If you missed out back in 96', or lost your original copy, Billy Corgan just sent down word that it's being reissued this summer. The Aeroplane Flies High Box Set ($130) not only includes the 33 songs from the original set, but it's been expanded to a robust 104 tracks. Included are unreleased demos, alternate versions, and live recordings. And don't fret if you've changed formats since the original version — you can choose from a six-CD and single-DVD set, a five-LP vinyl package, a deluxe digital version, or a standard digital edition. So start saving those pennies for the July 23rd release Pumpkins fans, and clear out some space for this mammoth collectible.