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Aerosmith was formed in the early 1970s and, despite dips in popularity and battles with drug addiction, have survived to the present day. Perhaps because singer Steven Tyler shares some physical resemblance with Mick Jagger, Aerosmith have at times, during their earlier years, been cast as Rolling Stones wannabes. However, their music, which has developed into a unique sound over the years, does not sound much like that of The Rolling Stones, and the accusation has been mostly dismissed.

1975's Toys In The Attic was the first major hit for the band, including the singles "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way". Guitarist Joe Perry left the band in 1979, but rejoined in 1984. The album Pump was released in 1987, featuring classics like "Janie's Got a Gun" and "Love in an Elevator". The 1990s saw Aerosmith become balladeers with the release of Get a Grip, which featured the singles "Cryin'", "Crazy" and "Amazing". They continued in similar style with "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" for the Armageddon soundtrack, a number 1 hit for the band. Their last studio album, the blues based Honkin' on Bobo, was released in 2004. Favourite Video


Aerosmith 1973
Get Your Wings 1974
Toys in the Attic 1975
Rocks 1976
Draw The Line 1977
Live Bootleg 1978
Night In The Ruts 1979
Rock in a Hard Place 1982
Done With Mirrors 1985
Permanent Vacation 1987
Pump 1989
Get A Grip 1993
Toxic Graffiti 1993
Pandora's Toys 1995
Nine Lives 1997
A Little South of Sanity 1998
Just Push Play 2001
Honkin' On Bobo 2004
Rockin' the Joint 2005

Band members

Steven Tyler vocals
Joe Perry guitar
Brad Whitford guitar
Tom Hamilton bass guitar
Joey Kramer drums Recommends:

User comments

Posted by kevin from seattle (25th July 2011)
When I think of the 70's and my teenage years, I think of these guys. Great music.

joe perry
Posted by jb from fl (20th January 2009)
he is the reason i p;ay guitar.he is awesome!!!!

love you guys
Posted by maricela from riverside (1st August 2007)
love ur music.huge fan!

Physical resemblance?
Posted by Tere from USA (12th October 2005)
I don't think Steven Tyler has any physical resemblance with Mick Jagger. They are both weird looking, but Tyler looks much better in my opinion.

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