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Rock in a Hard Place
Rock in a Hard Place
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal


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All Artists: Aerosmith
Title: Rock in a Hard Place
Members Wishing: 4
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
Release Date: 2/1/2008
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Style: Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 886972422824

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What a criminally underrated album
Mr_No_Name | richmond, va usa | 06/06/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Over the years, Many critics have wrote this album off as a failure for Aerosmith. But if ya ask me, This was the last good album Aerosmith would release for many years [Until 2004's unexpectedly good Honkin On Bobo]. This album, Being a rather obscure title in Aerosmith's long line of releases, Was made during the most troubled times of the band: Joe Perry and Brad Whitford left the band [Though Whitford plays guitar on ''Lightning Strikes''], The drug abuse within the band was at an all-time high, Record sales were falling, Things were just going bad for Aerosmith. In 1982, With new band members Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay, Aerosmith fleshed out this album. While it was not a best-seller like much of their albums from the 70's, This was a highly entertaining album. If you get past the fact that Joe Perry and Brad Whitford are not on this album, You will find that there is some great material on this album. The best songs on the album are ''Jailbait'' [Love the beginning of this song very much], ''Lightning Strikes'', ''B*tch's Brew'' [A highly entertaining song that is actually one of Aerosmith's best songs], and my personal favorite ''Bolivian Ragamuffin''. The title track and ''push comes to shove'' are both great songs too. From the first time i heard this album, I came to the conclusion that the very negative attention that this album has garnered over the years has been very unjustified. While this album may not be the bonafide classic that Rocks or Toys In The Attic or even Get Your Wings was, This is a great album from Aerosmith from a time when they used to rock. It's a shame that Aerosmith would completely sell out a few years after this and Done With Mirrors [Which actually was a horrible album]. I highly reccomend this to any Aerosmith fan that likes any of their pre-Mtv material. And you'll even be glad to know that this album is at its cheapest price ever at only $7."
Pretty good for a flop
Machina | NJ, USA | 01/27/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"While it isn't their best album, as you can see by the amount of sales this thing sold, it's still sounds good.

If you're hard up for some Aerosmith sound of the 70s, this album is worth trying out. Even at its worst, it will sound better than much of the newer material."
MRT | 12/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)

"A wonderfully hard rockin' Aerosmith album that fails to suffer from the temporary departure of Perry and Whitford, in fact the new blood raises the ante for the band and this remains a great Aerosmith album to this day. Perry is oft quoted as wishing he'd been there to co-write the fabulous Lightning Strikes. As a great Perry fan (Aerosmith and solo) I still find this album chock full of the usual swagger and searing guitar that the band's fans adore."