"Today" is a popular song by The Smashing Pumpkins (then known as simply Smashing Pumpkins), and was written by lead vocals/guitarist Billy Corgan. It originally appeared on their 1993 album Siamese Dream, from which it was the second single. It is considered the breakthrough song that shot the Pumpkins into mainstream stardom.
The TODAY sessions were held in RCA's Studio C, Hollywood, CA March 10-12, 1975 and marked the last time Elvis Presley would ever record in a studio. The material (other than live songs) for his last two albums from "Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, TN" (1976) and "Moody Blue" (1977) were recorded at Graceland in the Jungle Room. Elvis last recorded at Studio C, Hollywood in 1972 where he recorded the gold records "Burning Love" and "Separate Ways".
Today is a record album by Galaxie 500 released in 1988 on the record label Aurora.
"Today" was the first single of Melanie B from her second solo album. It was released on June 13, 2005. The song received little video and airplay.
Today is the fourth album by electronic music producer Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg). It was released in 2006 and features vocals by Nathan Mader and acoustic guitar by Holkenborg on several of the tracks.
Perry Como was Perry Como's 27th and final RCA Victor long-play album of his 40 year music career. This is also the second to last recording ever made by Perry Como, the last being for a Christmas special in 1994.
Today is a mix album made by German electronic music artist Superpitcher. It was released in 2005 on the Kompakt music label.
Today is an EP released by Everlast in 1999 under the Tommy Boy record label. There are several versions of this CD. It includes the Grammy award winning song "Put Your Lights On" with Carlos Santana.