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From the Album 1. Mama Kin 2. Dream On 3. Lord Of The Thighs 4. Same Old Song And Dance 5. Train Kept A Rollin 6. S.O.S. (Too Bad) 7. Seasons Of Wither 9. Big Ten Inch Record 10. Adams Apple 11. Sweet Emotion 12. Toys In The Attic 13. Combination 14. Nobodys Fault 15. Home Tonight 16. Back In The Saddle 17. Last Child 18. Bright Light Fright 19. Draw The Line 20. Kings And Queens 21. Let The Music Do The Talking 22. Walk This Way 23. Hangman Jury 24. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) 25. Rag Doll 26. Angel 27. Monkey On My Back 28. What It Takes 29. Water Song/Janie's Got a Gun 30. Going Down/Love in an Elevator 31. The Other Side 32. Livin On The Edge 33. Amazing 34. Get A Grip 35. Cryin 36. Eat The Rich 37. Crazy 38. Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees) 39. Pink 40. Nine Lives 41. I Dont Want to Miss a Thing 42. Jaded 43. We All Fall Down

Other Songs Aint Enough Aint That A Bitch All Your Love Angels Eye Animal Crackers Another Last Goodbye Attitude Adjustment Avant Garden Baby Please Dont Go Back Back Train Bacon Biscuit Blues Beautiful Beyond Beautiful Bitchs Brew Black Cherry Blind Man Bolivian Ragamuffin Bone To Bone Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy) Boogieman Can't Stop Lovin' You Cant Stop Loving You Cant Stop Messin Cheese Cake Chip Away The Stone Chiquita Circle Jerk Closer Come Together Crash Critical Mass Cry Me A River Darkness Deuces Are Wild Devils Got A New Disguise Dont Get Mad Get Even Dont Stop Downtown Charlie Drop Dead Gorgeous Dude Dulcimer Stomp Eyesight To The Blind Face Fall Together Fallen Angels Falling In Love Falling in Love (Is So Hard on the Knees) Falling Off Fever F.I.N.E. Flesh Fly Away from Here Freedom Fighter Full Circle Get It Up Get The Lead Out Girl Keeps Coming Apart Girls Of Summer Give Peace a Chance Going Down (Going Down) Love In An Elevator Gotta Love It Gypsy Boots Head First Hearts Done Time Helter Skelter Hole in My Sole Hole In My Soul Hollywood Hoodoo Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man I Aint Got You I Dont Want to Miss a Thing I Love Trash I Wanna Know Why Im Down Im Not Talkin Im Not Talking Im Ready Intro Jail Bait Jailbait Janie Got a Gun Janies Got A Gun Jesus Is On The Main Line Jig Is Up Joanies Butterfly Just Feel Better Just Push Play Kiss Your Past Good-Bye Krawhitham Lay It Down Legendary Child Lick And A Promise Light Inside Lightning Strikes Line Up Lizard Love Love In An Elevator Love Me Like A Bird Dog Love Me Two Times Lover Alot Luv Lies LUV XXX Magic Touch Major Barbara Major Barbra Make It Melt Down Mia Milk Cow Blues Mother Popcorn Movin Out My Fist Your Face My Girl Never Loved A Girl No More No More No Surprize Oasis In The Night Oh Yeah On The Road Again Once Is Enough One Way Street Out Go The Lights Outta Your Head Pandoras Box Permanent Vacation Prelude To Joanie Push Comes To Shove Rats In The Cellar Rattlesnake Shake Red House Reefer Head Woman Remember Remember (Walking in the Sand) Riff and Roll Riff & Roll Road Runner Rock In A Hard Place Rock in a Hard Place (Cheshire Cat) Rocket 88 Rockin Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu Round And Round Same Old Song And Dance Scream In Pain Seasons Of A Wither Sedona Sunrise Shakey Ground Shame On You Shame Shame Shame Sharpshooter Shela Shes On Fire Shut Up And Dance Sick As A Dog Sight For Sore Eyes Simoriah Smokestack Lightning Somebody Something Somethings Gotta Give S.O.S. South Station Blues Spaced Spiderman Theme St. John Stop Messin Around Street Jesus Sudona Sunrise Sunny Side Of Love Sunshine Sweet Emotion Taste Of India Taste of India (Rock Remix) Tell Me Temperature The Farm The Grind The Hand That Feeds The Hop The Movie The Reason A Dog The Train Kept A Rollin Theme From Spider Man Theme From Spiderman Think About It Three Mile Smile Three Mile Smile / Reefer Head Woman Three Mile Smile / Reefer Head Woman Trip Hoppin Uncle Salty Under My Skin Up On A Mountain Up on the Mountain [Bonus Track] Voodoo Medicine Man Walk On Down Walk On Water Walkin The Dog Water Song Waynes World Theme Wham Bam What Could Have Been Love What Kind Of Love Are You On? When I Needed You Woman Of The World Wont Let You Down Write Me Write Me A Letter Yo Mamma You Got To Have A Mother For Me You Gotta Move You See Me Crying Young Lust
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Aerosmith is an American hard rock band, sometimes referred to as "The Bad Boys from Boston" and "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band."

Aerosmith is the best-selling American rock band of all time, having sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, including 70.2 million albums in the United States alone. They also hold the record for the most gold albums by an American group and are tied for the most multi-platinum albums by an American group. The band has scored 21 Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, nine number-one Mainstream Rock hits, four Grammy Awards, and ten MTV Video Music Awards. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001 -Wikipedia
Members:
Steven Tyler - lead vocals, harmonica, piano, percussion
(1970-present)
Tom Hamilton - bass
(1970-present)
Joey Kramer - drums, percussion
(1970-present)
Joe Perry - guitar, backing vocals
(1970-1979, 1984-present)
Brad Whitford - guitar
(1971-1981, 1984-present)
Name Origin:
Kramer said when he was in school he would write the word aerosmith all over his notebooks. The name had popped into his head after listening to Harry Nilsson's album Aerial Ballet, which featured jacket art of a circus performer jumping out of a biplane.

Initially, the bandmates were confused. They thought he was referring to the Sinclair Lewis novel they were required to read in high school English class. "No, not Arrowsmith," Kramer explained. "A-E-R-O...Aerosmith."The band settled upon this name after also considering "The Hookers" and "Spike Jones."

From: Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Genre(s): Hard rock, blues rock, heavy metal, Classic Rock
Active From: 1970 - present
Associated Acts: The Joe Perry Project, The Jam Band, The Jimmy Crespo Project, Whitford, St. Holmes, The Strangeurs, Chain Reaction
Quotes:
"Imagine taking off your makeup and nobody knows who you are."
Steven Tyler, Aerosmith's vocalist, on fame

"Steven knew how to keep things tight. We didn't have a clue about discipline, For us the whole thing was about the feel. So we needed each other."
Joe Perry, Aerosmith guitarist, on Steven Tyler

"I guess I am a feminist of sorts. I love women so much, and I celebrate the feminine in me because I appreciate it so much."
Steven Tyler

"We weren't too ambitious when we started out. We just wanted to be the biggest thing that ever walked the planet."
Steven Tyler

"I heard that your brain stops growing when you start doing drugs. Let's see, I guess that makes me 19."
Steven Tyler

"Whether it's fine artists, musical artists, or ultra right wing bull shit artists, we all need the right to freedom of expression"
Steven Tyler

"Younger bands are into jerking off and we're into @#$%&. That's all there is to it!"
Steven Tyler

"Good night, everyone- and remember- in this world, if you wanna get ahead, you gotta learn to give a little!"
Steven Tyler

After firing Megadeath as their opening act, Steven Tyler was quoted as saying: "We would like to help you out. Which way did you come in?"
Steven Tyler

We haven't quite been able to put together the deal for the shuttle -- we want to be the lounge act. Be the first band to play weightless!"
Steven Tyler

"I just want Aerosmith to always give me a hard-on, that's all I ever ask for, for it to be the most special thing in my life. As long as I look at it through those eyes, it will always be that way."
Steven Tyler

"You know...sometimes I'll be looking out at the audience and I'll be in the middle of a song, and I'll just stop dead. I'll look out at them, and think what is this... There's one thing that keeps me doing it though, I really love it, I believe in it."
Steven Tyler

"Our story was basically that we had it all, and we pissed it all away."
Joe Perry

"These days it's almost like a lot of kids get into bands because they want to get rich and famous, but when we started this band that wasn't really part of it. I never envisioned what I was doing as part of a career. We weren't even aware of all the stuff that came with it. We just looked at the bands that we idolized - like the Yardbirds - and we were blown away by how they could play. All we wanted to do was play like that, to be a great band like that."
Joe Perry

"You know, I definitely enjoy it, to be this close to that kind of insanity every day."
Joe Perry

(Joe on writer's block):"I think there was a time when I used to feel that way, but...it's like I'm past caring anymore. I know that it's gonna come out as good as it's gonna come out, and I know from history that people just don't lose it, y'know what I mean?"
Joe Perry

"I know that some of the great painters and some of the great artists didn't even start to 'peak', as you say, till they were in their fifties and sixties. And God knows, history is full of artistic people that weren't even recognized till they were dead and gone."
Joe Perry

"Steven's got a lot more time to be obsessed with sex now that he's not @#$%& up"
Tom Hamilton

"I think I deserve to ask MTV a question. Do I have any roast Beef in my teeth?, I just ate."
Tom Hamilton

"Steven and Joe had an argument the first night about Joe playing too loud, and so began an Aerosmith tradition."
Tom Hamilton

"I remember when Joe left, he gave an interview that really hurt me. He said, 'Aerosmith is not ready for the Eighties.' That hurt. It hurt because he was right. I though about that on New Year's Eve, when we were playing this great gig at home in Boston. It was my birthday, and I was thinking that Aerosmith is a band ready for the Nineties. We have a future now. For a while we didn't have one. It's one hell of a nice thing to have."
Tom Hamilton

"We never wanted to be a bar band. We were always a concert band."
Joey Kramer

"If we've handled everything up until now, we can do anything."
Joey Kramer

"Things were getting more like Sid and Nancy than Spinal Tap. It wasn't funny anymore."
Brad Whitford

It's to easy to do something different, the challenge is to stay in your own space, and keep it good. That's the hard part
Brad Whitford



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