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Artist: Aerosmith

Title: Rockin' The Joint

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Aerosmith Rockin' The Joint Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2005

Label: Columbia

Catalog Number: CK 96522


Steven Tyler Lead Vocals, Background Vocals, Harmonica
Joe Perry Guitar
Brad Whitford Guitar
Tom Hamilton Bass
Joey Kramer Drums
Russ Irwin Keyboards, Background Vocals


1.  Good Evening Las Vegas live  0:21
2.  Beyond Beautiful live  4:51
3.  Same Old Song And Dance live  5:50
4.  No More No More live  4:40
5.  Seasons Of Wither live  5:05
6.  Light Inside live  3:35
7.  Draw The Line live  7:22
8.  I Don'T Want To Miss A Thing live  4:33
9.   Big Ten Inch Record live  4:17  Cover: Bull Moose Jackson
10.   Rattlesnake Shake live  8:24  Cover: Fleetwood Mac
11.  Walk This Way live  4:12
12.   Train Kept A Rollin' live  5:05  Cover: Tiny Bradshaw
13.  Livin' On The Edge live bonus track  5:30
14.  What It Takes live bonus track  5:27
Total Running Time:  69:12

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Nick C Date: November 9, 2005 at 5:56
Love Aerosmith, always will, but another live album after only two studio albums (one of which was a set of covers and this gig predates it anyway) is a little much. It's a pretty decent affair though kicking off with Beyond Beautiful which seems slightly ponderous compared to the studio version. Nice to have live versions of No More No More and Seasons. The other song from JPPlay Light Inside sounds great but when Draw the Line kicks in after it you realise that it's not quite up to the

From: Nick C Date: November 9, 2005 at 6:04
oops (cont) standards of earlier Aerosmith material. Overall it's a fine release and there's only a handful of songs previously aired on their other live releases. The version listed here is the ltd Target records release with the two bonus tracks Living on the Edge and What it Takes (thanks to Curtis for making me aware of this), the ltd Japanese version has two bonus cuts too but has Toys in the Attic instead of What it Takes .. it's a pretty cool version too. I'll give it a nice solid 8.5/10

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From: Jez Date: November 15, 2005 at 7:47
Another live album, but as Nick comments a good quality one. Great to see alot more of the 'Oldies' on this disc, with smoking versions of 'Rattlesnake Shake' & 'Train Kept A Rollin' being two of my highlights here. Obviously 'Live Bootleg' it isn't, but for a live album that proves the band can still 'Do It', this is highly recommended.

From: jmikep Date: June 29, 2006 at 18:56
I've gotta agree with everything Nick said and then some. I'm only keeping this because it was released by Aerosmith. Any other band, and I probably never would've bought it.

From: hair metal again Date: May 25, 2010 at 1:18
whoever ve seen them live knows whats AEROSMITH s about.pure hard rock music with the best frontman ever been and an amazing band behind him.this release cathces the band in good shape and the result is good.strong sound,live feeling, great jamming moments,many good songs.what else do ya need?

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