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Artist: Aerosmith

Title: Draw The Line

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Aerosmith Draw The Line Album Cover

 

Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1977

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: Ck-34856

Personnel

Steven Tyler lead vocals, harmonica, percussion, keyboards
Joe Perry guitar, percussion, vocals
Brad Whitford guitar
Tom Hamilton bass
Joey Kramer drums, percussion, vocals

Tracks

1.  Draw The Line  3:23
2.  I Wanna Know Why  3:09
3.  Critical Mass  4:53
4.  Get It Up  4:02
5.  Bright Light Fright  2:19
6.  Kings and Queens  4:55
7.  The Hand That Feeds  4:23
8.  Sight for Sore Eyes  3:56
9.  Milk Cow Blues  4:14
  
Total Running Time:  35:14

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Stu Date: June 13, 2001 at 23:43
Well from my hometown... Draw the line, Kings and Queens, Sight for sore eyes, and Milk Cow Blues... Its a great cd, and these tracks stand out!

From: Bisho Date: July 31, 2001 at 10:54
The beginning of the end (well before their re-birth in the late 80's.) Still has some great moments but with too many filler's!

From: Harvey Date: November 16, 2001 at 13:07
The sound of Aerosmith clinging on but, basically, sounding like a drug addled mess (see Toys and Rocks comments).

From: JAM Date: June 22, 2002 at 19:03
Now here is a band! Some of the greatest american rock ever.

From: Nift Date: September 6, 2002 at 22:20
Bisho is dead right in his comments...Kings and Queens kept it alive for me..one thing Aero does is have at least one killer track per disc in where u just gotta have that disc for that song

From: Todd Date: December 14, 2002 at 18:29
The last great Aerosmith album.

From: darian dennison Date: January 22, 2003 at 2:28
This is the beginning of the end for Aerosmith (before the band's revival in the 1980's). Worth it for only the title track, Kings and Queens and Milkcow Blues. Avoid Critical Mass, Get it Up (the female vocalist on this song was awful, she sounds like a whiny bitch) and The Hand that Feeds (Joe Perry didn't play on this one). Only recommended for diehard A-smith fans

From: RichieRocker Date: February 23, 2003 at 19:05
Honestly , i couldnt get into this Aerosmith album. it just didnt kick ass the way the other did before it. Ya Nift is right sometimes they put out one good song and it makes you want to buy the album just for that song.

From: keebler Date: October 4, 2003 at 14:31
this one did'nt do much for me a few good songs.

From: Fat Freddy Date: January 5, 2004 at 16:50
The title track, "Critical Mass" and "Kings And Queens" still light a fire but you can tell that the band's internal pressure was starting to wear at them on this LP. The beginning of the end.

From: Big Papa K Date: July 13, 2004 at 17:21
You can tell the drugs were taking their toll by time this one came out. The title track is good and "Kings And Queens" is another excellent ballad, but it's tough to remember anything else sticking out here. 5/10

From: Nick Clarkson Date: October 5, 2004 at 19:28
A great Aerosmith album. Dirty, rough and it kicks! Great to headbang to. Not as good as Rocks but still 100% better than anything around today or that was coming out of the States around 77 (Meatloaf / Nugent hahahaha!) The "whiny bitch" singer (as someone earlier so politely put it) on Get it Up is the totally fantastic Karen Lawrence of 1994 and L.A. Jets. One of the best female hard rock vocalists ever. (Hey how about a 1994 review page!).

From: Propane Date: December 2, 2004 at 12:19
This one holds on to tradition but starts to slip into a drug/alcohol induced quagmire. Like I said, ok but not as balls on as predecessor.

From: Metalmusicman Date: January 3, 2007 at 0:49
It is about this point that the antics of the toxic twins and the rest of the band start to really affect the music. Both in terms of writing and delivery of it. It is sad to see the mighty fall, as this is a whimper of an album compared to any of the previous efforts. On a positive note, "Draw The Line" and "Kings And Queens" are just stellar. On the negative, the rest is not.

From: hair metal again Date: May 26, 2010 at 1:16
for me this is excellent,straight hard rock with attitude and style.listen to "draw the line","get it up" the ballsy "bright light fright" and "sight for sore eyes".these are great rockers and have the exact sound of late 70s aerosmith.great release


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