Aerosmith - Aerosmith
NME.COM feature on Aerosmith - Aerosmith album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 20 October 1990
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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- Make It
- Dream On
- One Way Street
- Mama Kin (Live Version)
- Write Me
- Movin' Out
- Walkin' the Dog
It sounds like Aerosmith but most of the tunes are rubbish
- Nov 2, 2012
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- Mar 5, 2007
...at the top of its game...
- May 10, 2002
The Hollywood star played guitar on a rendition of 'Train Kept A-Rollin''
Final day of metal festival also brings performances from Against Me, Alter Bridge and Black Stone Cherry
Artists team up for series of live dates in the US and Canada this summer
Aerosmith - Aerosmith: Wikipedia Album Entry
The sleeve of the first album was originally a close up of the band portrait and the text Aerosmith 'Featuring Dream On'. The Orange cover people now associate with the Debut album was launched in the 1980's when the back catalogue went to CD.
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