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|4.||Back In The Saddle|
|6.||Walk This Way Run-Dmc With Steven Tyler & Joe Perry|
|7.||Dude (Looks Like A Lady)|
|9.||Love In An Elevator|
|10.||Janie's Got A Gun|
|11.||What It Takes|
|13.||Livin' On The Edge|
|15.||I Don't Want To Miss A Thing|
|18.||Devil's Got A New Disguise|
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|From: poproxx2007||Date: November 13, 2006 at 5:28|
|Enough with the damn Aerosmith Best of/Greatest hits already. This is not a BEST OF imo-wheres "Rats In The Celler", "Draw The Line", "My Fist Your Face", "Let The Music Do The Talking", "Angel", "Fly Away From Here" even??...If your gonna do a BEST OF give the fans something to buy it for. Another generic contractual obligation stinker.|
|From: Nick C||Date: November 13, 2006 at 7:50|
|Great!! A new Aerosmith compilation just in time for Christmas (sarcasm mode). A couple of new tracks added to hook dyed in the wool fans into buying it (me...the bloody Jap version with DVD...I must have money to burn....NOT). There are better compilations out too! So who is gonna buy this? "Oh Yeah!" has a better and more comprhensive tracklisting and if you were a newcomer to the band and wanted a taste surely you'd plump for the two discs of "Oh Yeah!". Pitiful cash in again! New stuff plz!|
|From: Nick C||Date: November 15, 2006 at 22:33|
|Actually for an Aerosmith fan I've done a fair bit of knocking the band recently....and so I'll list the good points of this release and redress the balance a little. It goes to show that the band have never been a one trick pony, content to blast out the same song over and over again. It also shows that no matter how much the trendy business bigwigs like to say that the band are out of date and the scene has moved on, they still have the chops to change their style and deliver the goods/hits.|
|From: Nick C||Date: November 15, 2006 at 22:35|
|Aerosmith still Rock!!! (little headbanging guy smilie here please) I'm sure the new album will rock harder and blow a few people away. (Puhleeez guys...don't make me a liar!)|
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