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Steven Tyler

We're All Somebody From Somewhere

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Category: Blues/Rock/Country

Year: 2016

Label: DOT Records

Catalog Number: B002521902

Average Rating: 54 / 100 (2 ratings)


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Steven Tyler vocals, harmonica
1.  My Own Worst Enemy  
2.  We're All Somebody From Somewhere  
3.  Hold On (Won't Let Go)  
4.  It Ain't Easy  
5.  Love Is Your Name  
6.  I Make My Own Sunshine  
7.  Gypsy Girl  
8.  Somebody New  
9.  Only Heaven  
10.  The Good, the Bad, the Ugly & Me  
11.  Red, White & You  
12.  Sweet Louisiana  
13.  What Am I Doin' Right?  
14.  Janie's Got a Gun  
15.  Piece of My Heart featuring The Loving Mary Band  

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From: CC Date: August 16, 2017 at 5:35
I am an Aerosmith fan (although they have not released anything of any real note in years) and am actually a country fan, so I thought this would appeal to me. Sadly it is not a rock album or a country album. The album starts out really poorly with some songs that I cannot even describe what genre they fit into. There is the odd country twang here and there, but certainly not country songs. The end of the album actually sees most of the best tracks (even if it is only a handful of semi decent songs). There is at least one Aerosmith sounding songs and the country influence becomes more apparent, but over all its a mess of an album. I actually bought this open minded being that I like both genres of rock and country, but came away disappointed. I am sure somebody from somewhere will like it, but not me.

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