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E. Cannistraci | 07/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Like Draw The Line, this is another Aerosmith gem that often gets overlooked. Part of the whole "the drugs were ruining 'em in the late '70s" campaign. But really this is a solid slab of straight-up rocking (with a few funky moments per usual). People also think of this as the first album without Joe Perry. But he's actually on most of the tracks and a driving force behind the album's best moments ("No Suprize", "Chiquita", "Cheese Cake" and "Three Mile Smile"). Hell, even the few cuts without him are decent. I like their staggering, weary version of "Remember (Walking In The Sand)". Overall, the album has a smoky, dark and majestic quality I really dig. These late '70s albums of Aerosmith are exactly the kind the Stones should have been recording after Exile."
Do Not Lie. This Album Was A Total Failure.
Lee Sang Moo | Seoul South Korea | 03/27/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I'm 50 Yrs old & been a die hard fan of Aerosmith since highschool days.
I still remember exactley D-Day this alubum realeased.
Bought it - Put it on my turn table - listening both sides - Then talked to myself.
" No More Aerosmith"
Few years ago, I purchased this cd , then listening again.
Still ,My judgement was same as D-Day it realeased.
" Miserable Album by The Great Band ""