Aerosmith - A Little South of Sanity (disc 2)
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Release date: 30 November 1997
AEROSMITH A Little South Of Sanity
Shamelessness is not always a virtue. For newcomers to the barbarous world of hard rock, here is an object lesson in aimlessness and avarice. Aerosmith are without doubt one of the world's finest rock acts, pumping out slabs of brilliant bombast with alarming regularity. Even left-field luminaries like Royal Trux hold them in high regard, but this feeble attempt at rock theatrics will do...
- Sep 14, 1998
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- Back In The Saddle (Live Version)
- Last Child (1998/Live At Yokhama Arena, Japan)
- The Other Side
- Walk On Down
- Dream On
- Mama Kin (Live Version)
- Walk This Way (Live Version (Explicit))
- Dude (Looks Like A Lady)
- What It Takes
- Sweet Emotion (Live Version (Edit))
It sounds like Aerosmith but most of the tunes are rubbish
- Nov 2, 2012
Ya-ya-ya-ya-yeow! Stadium rock stripped to 150-strong secret gig
- Mar 5, 2007
...at the top of its game...
- May 10, 2002
US band will close three day festival in June of next year
Singer says band began jamming as they waited for drugs to arrive
Aerosmith were due to headline festival in July
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