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Aerosmith - Aerosmith Debut (1973)

Discussion in 'Album Reviews' started by Magic, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. joker1961

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    great review @Magic Aerosmith are in my D N A...........:bow:
     
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    I went from being an Aerosmith apostle to being out of the loop.
    I wrote them off a long time ago and missed the whole thing after the 70's
    Yeah I know.
    I'm like a child who wanders in the in middle of a movie and wants to know......

    I did check out Music From Another Dimension and it sounded pretty good to me on first blush.
     
  3. Magic

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    I know a lot of people dissed Music From Another Dimension but I liked it.
    :dunno:

    Honkin On Bobo got a bad wrap from fans and critics but I think it is underrated. That album really showcased Tyler's talent, IMO.
     
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    I enjoyed Honk a lot. Wasn't such a huge fan of the album before it Just Push Play.
     
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    :woot::woot: the Aerosmith puzzle is a easy fix in that `73 to 2017 there are bounded to be some albums die-hard fans don't agree on, I mean the `70`s where a patchy after "ROCKS" the toxic twins where no firing together! just look at the album when Brad/Joe came back to the fold "DWM" a couple of nuggets and a few fillers. like @Magic and @Riff Raff those album mentioned I too like them. so you`ve just gotten to take it has you find IT. . .:bow:
     
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    Agree. Taste of India is one of my favourites. That album's sound had a lot of appeal to me.
     
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    I agree. It's rare for any long standing band to have perfect albums each time. The larger a band's discography, the less chance there is for perfection.

    The only band I can think of with a perfect discography is Alice in Chains and next to perfect would be Rush.

    Ultimate perfection.....Beethoven.:flirt
     
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    wow wee I totally agree with AIC Rush . . . Beethoven is awesome @Magic
     

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