Aerosmith. Aerosmith (Columbia) 1973

1. "Make It" (3:38)
2. "Somebody" (3:45)
3. "Dream On" (4:27)
4. "One Way Street" (7:00)

5. "Mama Kin" (4:27)
6. "Write Me" (4:10)
7. "Movin' Out" (5:02)
8. "Walkin' the Dog" (3:12)

Originally released with the smaller band photo and the orange sunrise, the album's cover was eventually changed to the cover on the right, which says, "Aerosmith feturing 'Dream On'". The originals quickly became collector's copies. The initial pressing also had a misprint on the back cover spelling with "Walking the Dog" spelled as "Walking the Dig". These are extremely rare collector's copies.

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Aerosmith - Rattlesnake Shake (Ruthless Rhymes Ltd/AS1974) 1974/1977

1. Make it
2. Somebody
3. Write Me
4. Dream On
5. One Way Street

1. Pandora's Box
2. Rattlesnake Shake
3. Train Kept a Rollin'
4. Mama Kin

Along with "Look Homeward Angel", this bootleg LP is probably one of the most popular and certainly among my favorites. I've probably listened to both those bootlegs just as much as I have most anything else in their catalog. "Rattlesnake Shake" features a classic performance that was live radio broadcast on WKRQ recorded on October 10, 1973 in Cincinnati. As usual, the information printed on the cover is incorrect and was most likely not recorded in Counterpart Studios, New York. The recording was done during the tour for the band's first self-titled album. Steven Tyler introduces "Pandora's Box" by saying, "we'd like to play some boogie from our new album, entitled, Night in the Ruts," which was the working title for "Get Your Wings".  Of course the main song of interest on this recording and the reason for the name of the album is the excellent and rare live version of Fleetwood Mac's "Rattlesnake Shake". Many years later the band would resurrect this song and record it on their offically released live album "Rockin' the Joint" (2005). "Rattlesnake Shake" is simply one of the best bootleg recordings ever, capturing a raw, live, hungry Aerosmith before the fame and fortune.

According to most sources the original bootleg was issued in 1977. It has been released and re-released several times. It was not made in Germany as printed on the label. This label was in common use in the late 70's and is the exact same label on "Rock this Way".

Get Your Wings
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings
(Columbia) 1974

1."Same Old Song and Dance" (3:53)
2."Lord of the Thighs" (4:14)
3."Spaced" (4:21)
4."Woman of the World" (5:49)

5."S.O.S. (Too Bad)" (2:51)
6."Train Kept a Rollin'" (5:33)
7."Seasons of Wither" (5:38)
8."Pandora's Box" (5:43)


The original vinyl release of "Get Your Wings" had gold wings printed with a metallic Pantone (PMS) ink, whereas later reprints replaced the gold for a cheaper (CMYK) yellow. As well, the album title is in red, whereas the title is in a pink or magenta color. Trying to find an original vinyl issue of this album in mint condition was quite the chore. Going to various used record shops and record conventions, copies were easy to find, but in most cases the covers were tore up, badly worn or both. I finally managed to secure an initial printing still in the original shrink wrap. The vinyl is in very good condition as well. I also have the second pressing with the yellow wings and magenta album title.

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Toys in the Attic Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic (Columbia) 1975

1."Toys in the Attic" (3:06)
2."Uncle Salty" (4:10)
3."Adam's Apple" (4:34)
4."Walk this Way" (3:40)
5."Big Ten Inch Record" (2:14)

6."Sweet Emotion" (4:34)
7."No More, No More" (4:34)
8."Round and Round" (5:05)
9."You See Me Crying" (5:12)

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Look Homeward Angel Aerosmith - Look Homeward Angel (Fanstasy Disco F7868)
Format: Vinyl, 7 tracks, 33 min 45 sec
Recorded at: Shaeffer Music Festival, Central Park NY, August 29, 1975.

1. S.O.S. (Too Bad)
2. Somebody
3. Dream On
4. Write Me A Letter

1. Walk This Way
2. Train Kept A Rollin'
3. Toys In The Attic

One of the more widely distributed Aerosmith bootlegs. This album was first pressed on ZAP (ZAP 7868) and then again on Fantasy Disc, which is the copy I own. It has since been transfered to CD and distributed under several different names. The recording is superb and is a stereo recording from a King Biscuit Flour Hour FM Broadcast. "Walk This Way" is listed as "Walkin' The Dog", on both the vinyl releases. I had the original ZAP release back in the day and the artwork was slightly different f rom the Fantasy Disco release. Written at the Bottom of the back of the album cover: "Produced by Luis Martinez, Fantasy Disco, 12 Calle 3-21 zone 1, Guatemala City".

Rock This Way Aerosmith - Rock This Way (TAKRL/TKRWM 1812) 1975

1. S.O.S.(Too Bad)
2. Somebody
3. Dream On
4. Write Me

1. Walk This Way
2. No More No More
3. Same Old Song And Dance
4. Toys In The Attic

"Rock This Way" is one of the holy grail of Aerosmith vinyl bootlegs.Recorded live in New York City, Shaeffer Music Festival, Central Park NY, August 29, 1975. The concert is a A King Biscuit Flour Hour FM Broadcast. It is basically the same recording as "Look Homeward Angel". The sound quality is superb, and Aerosmith's performance is fairly focused. " Walk This Way" is listed as "Walkin' The Dog" on the cover. This has to be the most bootleged show of Aerosmith's career. (Thanks Randy)

Aerosmith | Rocks Aerosmith - Rocks (Columbia) 1976

1."Back in the Saddle" (4:40)
2."Last Child" (3:26)
3."Rats in the Cellar" (4:06)
4."Combination" (3:40)

5."Sick as a Dog" (4:11)
6."Nobody's Fault" (4:25)
7."Get the Lead Out" (3:41)
8."Lick and a Promise" (3:05)
9."Home Tonight" (3:16)

Like "Get Your Wings" it was difficult to find a copy of "Rocks" where the cover and the LP were in good condition. Finally managed to secure a copy for myself with the original album pressed on the bumpy paper with the embossed logo and diamond photo. Also included the original, collage, sleeve insert. The cover has slight ring wear but I have yet to find a better copy of the original pressing.

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Aerosmith | Draw the Line Aerosmith - Draw the Line (Columbia) 1977

1."Draw the Line" (3:22)
2."I Wanna Know Why" (3:08)
3."Critical Mass" (4:50)
4."Get it Up" (4:01)
5."Bright Light Fright" (2:19)

6."Kings and Queens" (4:53)
7."The Hand that Feeds" (4:21)
8."Sight for Sore Eyes" (3:51)
9."Milk Cow Blues" (4:10)

Another Aerosmith LP that is in abundance but is also extremely difficult to find in good condition. Being that the album cover was white and pressed on a non-coated stock, the paper easily picks up dirt and marks if not taken very good care of. I managed to secure myself an original pressing still in the original shrink wrap that still had the stickers on the front. Picked it up at a shop for $6. Also contains the original gold wings logo inner sleeve and t-shirt order form. If I ever get the chance to meet Aerosmith in person, this would be the album I would want to have signed. The "6" in the picture above was the price sticker and is stuck to the shrink wrap, not to the album cover.

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Live! Bootleg l
Aerosmith - Live! Bootleg
(Columbia) 1978

1. "Back In The Saddle" (4:25)
2. "Sweet Emotion" (4:42)
3. "Lord of the Thighs" (7:18)
4. "Toys in the Attic" (3:45)
5. "Last Child" (3:15)
6. "Come Together" (4:51)
7. "Walk This Way" (3:46)
8. "Sick As a Dog" (4:42)
9. "Dream On" (4:31)
10. "Chip Away at the Stone" (4:12)
11. "Sight for Sore Eyes" (3:18)
12. "Mama Kin" (3:43)
13. "S.O.S." (2:46)
14. "I Ain't Got You" (3:57)
15. "Mother Popcorn/Draw the Line" (7:00)
16. "Train Kept A Rollin/
...........Strangers in the Night'" (4:51)

Aerosmith poster and vinyl

Aerosmith Live! Bootleg gatefold

The original vinyl copy of "Live! Bootleg"was a gatefold LP and included a giant poster that featured a large stage shot of the band, as well as several close up shots of the band members on the bottom. Found a mint copy of this in a used record store while in California with my band. There are a few different versions of the cover art. I own two of them; the one on the left being the more common of the two. The one on the left has the "Get Your Wings" logo and is sideways as pictured.

Get Your Lead Out Mama! Aerosmith - Get Your Lead Out Mama!
Format: Vinyl - 2LP, 17 tracks, 80 min.
Recorded live at Veterans Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio, March 24, 1978


1. "Rats In The Cellar"
2. "I Wanna Know Why"
3. "Big Ten Inch Record"
4. "Walk this Way"
5. "Sight For Sore Eyes"
6. "Seasons Of Wither"
7. "Sweet Emotion"

8. "Lord Of The Thighs"
9. "Dream On"
10. "Chip Away The Stone"
11. "Get The Lead Out"
12. "Get It Up"
13. "Draw The Line"
14. "Same Old Song And Dance"
15. "Toys In The Attic"
16. "Milk Cow Blues"
17. "Train Kept A Rollin'"

One of many spectacular Aerosmith vinyl bootlegs that were released in the 70's. Aerosmith had done some many great FM broadcasts, and many of them were released as bootlegs. This particular show was from the Draw the Line tour and was recorded live at Veterans Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio, March 24, 1978. Sight For Sore Eyes taken from this concert appears on the Live Bootleg release. On the Live Bootleg literature it details the concert date incorrectly as 2/24/78 but the extra liner notes on the 20-bit SBM CDs give the correct date. The labels on the albums are labeled Poverty Records, Buddy Love Sings About Girls.

Label, Record 1
Label, Record 2

Night  In The Ruts Aerosmith - Night in the Ruts (Columbia) 1979

1. "No Surprise" (4:25)
2. "Chiquita" (4:27)
3. "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" (4:06)
4. "Cheese Cake" (4:15)

5. "Three Mile Smile" (3:43)
6. "Refer Head Woman" (4:03)
7. "Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy)" (3:00)
8. "Think About It" (3:36)
9. "Mia" (4:15)

I have a near mint copy of "Night in the Ruts" on vinyl. Includes a picture sleeve insert.

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Greatest Hits Aerosmith - Greatest Hits (Columbia) 1980

1."Dream On" (4:24)
2."Same Old Song and Dance" (3:02)
3."Sweet Emotion" (3:12)
4."Walk This Way" (3:30)
5."Last Child" (3:26)
6."Back in the Saddle" (4:38)
7."Draw the Line" (3:21)
8."Kings and Queens" (3:46)
9."Come Together" (3:44)
10."Remember (Walking in the Sand)" (4:03)

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Rock In A Hard Place Aerosmith - Rock in a Hard Place (Columbia) 1982

1. "Jailbait" (4:38)
2. "Lightning Strikes" (4:26)
3. "Bitch's Brew" (4:14)
4. "Bolivian Ragauffin" (3:32)
5. "Cry Me A River" (4:06)

6. "Prelude to Joanie" (1:21)
7. "Joanie's Butterfly" (5:35)
8. "Rock in a Hard Place (Cheshire Cat)" (4:46)
9. "Jig is Up" (3:10)
10."Push Comes to Shove" (4:28)

I purchased this album as a new release when I was in high school. While walking through a flea market with my girlfriend at the time (now my wife) we found a brand new, giant promo poster for this album. Unfortunately in my madness in the early 1990's I sold off the poster and the original vinyl. Finding a new copy turned out to be harder than I expected. I did finally manage to secure a mint copy with the original shrink wrap still secure on Ebay. Unfortunately it came without the original sleeve insert. Of course this was unacceptable to me and I had to keep searching for another copy with the insert. I eventually found another copy on Ebay very cheap. Contacted the seller to inquire about the inner sleeve, even though it was obvious from the photo that the cover had a lot of ring wear. Thankfully the original insert was still there and in good shape with only slight tearing, so I grabbed it just for the inner sleeve.

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Done With Mirrors Aerosmith - Done With Mirrors (Geffen) 1985

1. "Let the Music Do the Talking" (3:48)
2. "My Fist Your Face" (4:23)
3. "Shame on You" (3:22)
4. "The Reason a Dog" (4:13)

5. "Shela" (4:25)
6. "Gypsy Boots" (4:16)
7. "She's on Fire" (3:47)
8. "The Hop" (3:45)

The original vinyl release does not include the track "Darkness", which was on the CD version. "Darkness" was later released as a 12" EP along with three live tracks (see below). see CD listing for full review

Darkness Aerosmith - Darkness (Geffen) 1985

1. "Darkness"

1. "She's One Fire" [live]
2. "The Hop" [live]
3. "My Fist Your Face" [live]

A 12" vinyl single released to support "Done With Mirrors". At the time of it's release, the vinyl release of "Done With Mirrors" did not contain the song "Darkness" making this EP a neccessity for record collectors. On top of the unreleased track, three live songs on side two made for one cool EP. CD releases of "Done With Mirrors" contained "Darkness" but the live tracks are still essential, especially since Aerosmith soon stoped playing any material from "Done With Mirrors" after the success of "Permanent Vacation". The live tracks were recorded live at the Worchester Centrum, Boston, MA March 12, 1986. A bootleg of the complete show was also released under the title "Classics Live! Outtakes".

Shela Aerosmith - Shela (Geffen) 1985

1. "Shela"

1. "Shela"

12" radio single for the second single for "Done With Mirrors". Features the same mirror art as the original pressings of "Done With Mirrors" Nothing more than an Aero-collectible for the Aero-fanatic.

Stone Cold Aerosmith - Stone Cold (Pharting Pharaoh Records/13157)
Syracuse Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY, August 25, 1986

1. Back in The Saddle
2. Rats in The Cellar
3. Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish)
3. Big Ten Inch Record
4. My Fist Your Face
5. Last Child
1. Three Mile Smile
2. Red House
3. Lord Of The Thighs
4. Mama Kin
. Draw The Line
5. Sweet Emotion
1. Guitar improvisation
2. Walk This Way
3. Let The Music Do The Talkin'
4. Drum Solo
5. Toys In The Attic
1. Honky Tonk Woman
2. Dream On
3. All Your Love
4. Stone Cold Blues
5. Train Kept A Rollin'

Coverdetails as being San Francisco, January 24 1986 but it is most likely from Syracuse Fairgrounds, Syracuse, NY, August 25, 1986. Good to very good stereo recording at the end of their "Done With Mirrors Tou"r that unfortunatelyonly includes few tracks from that album. However, thebanddoews draw a majority of the set from "Toys" and "Rocks". "Lord of The Thighs" and "Mama Kin" are not in the setlist, despite the track-listing on the record sleeve. In their place is "Draw The Line". It includes a rare early cover of The Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Woman" as well as three other non-album cover song; Jimi Hendrix' "Red House" and the song the album is named after, "Stone Cold Blues". Also, "All Your Love" is listed as "Your Lover Needs Lovin'".

Classics Live! Aerosmith - Classics Live (Columbia) 1986

1. "Train Kept a Rollin'" (3:20)
2. "Kings & Queens" (4:46)
3. "Sweet Emotion" (5:14)
4. "Dream On" (4:50)
5. "Mama Kin" (3:41)
6. "Three Mile Smile/Reefer Head Woman" (4:54)
7. "Lord of the Thighs" (7:05)
8. "Major Barbra" [studio track] (4:03)

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Classics Live II Aerosmith - Classics Live 2 (Columbia) 1987

1. "Back in the Saddle" (4:38)
2. "Walk This Way" (4:22)
3. "Movin' Out" (5:44)
4. "Draw the Line" (4:47)
5. "Same Old Song & Dance" (5:45)
6. "Last Child" (3:43)
7. "Let the Music Do The Talking" (5:44)
8. "Toys in the Attic" (4:04)

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Permanent Vacations Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation (Geffen) 1987

1.   "Heart's Done Time" (4:42)
2.   "Magic Touch" (4:40)
3.   "Rag Doll" (4:21)
4.   "Simoriah" (3:21)
5.   "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" (4:23)
6.   "St. John" (4:12)
7.   "Hangman Jury" (5:33)
8.   "Girl Keeps Comin' Apart" (5:33)
9.   "Angel" (4:12)
10.  "Permanent Vacation" (4:25)
11.  "I'm Down" (2:20)
12.  "The Movie" [instrumental] (4:00)

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Dude 7" single Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like A Lady) (Geffen) 1987

Side One
1. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)"
Side Two
2. "Simoriah"

7" vinyl single for Aerosmith's mega hit ballad, "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)". This song helped to put Aerosmith back into the spotlight. The song was eventually immortalized in the comedy Mrs. Doubtfire.

Aerosmith - Angel (Geffen) 1987

Side One
1. "Angel"
Side Two
2. "Girl Keeps Coming Apart"

7" vinyl single for Aerosmith's big hit ballad, "Angel". Aside from "Dream On", I always felt this was one of Aerosmith's best ballads.

Rag Doll Aerosmith - Rag Doll (Geffen) 1987

Side One
1. "Rag Doll"
Side Two
2. "St. John"

Another hit single from the Permanent Vacation album. Collector's 7" vinyl and picture sleeve.

Aerosmith - Rag Doll (Geffen) 1988

Side One
1. Rag Doll [Extended Vacation Mix] (7:15)
2. Rag Doll [Rock Mix] (4:21)

Side Two
3. Rag Doll [Rockappella] (4:07)
4. St. John (4:12)

12" single for "Rag Doll" with three remixes of the song, including a seven minute plus dance version. Really an unnecessary single, but a collector's item nonetheless. My copy isn't in the best condition with several marks on the vinyl, though it doesn't skip. I've yet to find one of these that is in perfect condition. Most seem to have been used by DJs that didn't really care to take care of them.

Rag Doll Aerosmith - Rag Doll (Geffen) 1987

Side One
1. "Rag Doll" (4:21)
Side Two
1. "Mama Kin" [live] (3:56)
2. "Dream On" [live] (4:54)

12 inch vinyl single for "Rag Doll" featuring two excellent live cuts, both recorded from the CCM Radio One "In Concert" series. The broadcast was on January 6th, 1990.

Dude Dance Mixes Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like A Lady) Geffen 1987

Side One
1. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" [Extended Rockin' Dude Mix] (5:47)
2. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" [Rockin' Dude Edit] (3:53)
Side Two
3. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" [Urban Dude Mix] (6:45)
4. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" [Dude This Way] (3:57)

12" radio promotional single with four different mixes of "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" wrapped in a generic Geffer Records sleeve. Yes, these are DANCE CLUB versions of Aerosmith's big hit off "Permanent Vacation". Yikes! These will most certainly drive any hard rock fan up a wall. Listening to this record, another Aerosmith song came to mind, "Once is enough, it's one time too many..." A collector's item and nothing more.

Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like A Lady) (Geffen) 1987

Side One
1. "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)"
2. "Simoriah"
Side Two
3. "Once Is Enough"
4. "The Movie" [instrumental]

12" single for the band's mega-hit "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)". My interest for this EP stems from the unreleased country-rock track "Once Is Enough". Always loved this song, despite it being so unlike Aerosmith had done before. The song starts off as a traditional country song. Halfway through the song it kicks into a hard rock version of the same song. The song is written by Richard Supa, who had also written "Lightning Strikes" and "Chip Away At the Stone."

Dude Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (Geffen) 1987

1. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (Urban Dance Mix) (6:45)
2. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (Dude This Way) (3:57)
3. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (Extended Rockin' Dude Mix) (5:47)
4. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) (Rockin' Dude Edit) (3:53)

One of those DJ/club 12" inch remix singles. With four different mixes of "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)", it's definitely not something I would spend much time listening to but is yet another obscure Aerosmith vinyl collectible.

Aerosmith – Gems (Columbia) 1988

1.   "Rats in the Cellar" (4:06)
2.   "Lick and a Promise" (3:05)
3.   "Chip Away the Stone" (4:01)
4.   "No Suprize" (4:26)
5.   "Mama Kin" (4:27)
6.   "Adam's Apple" (4:34)
7.   "Nobody's Fault" (4:38)
8.   "Round and Round" (4:52)
9.   "Critical Mass" (5:03)
10.  "Lord of the Thighs" (4:14)
11.  "Jailbait" (4:39)
12.   "Train Kept a Rollin'" (5:41)

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Pump Aerosmith - Pump (Geffen) 1989

1.   "Young Lust" (4:19)
2.   "F.I.N.E." (F**cked, Insecure, Neurotic, and Emotional) (4:08)
3.   "Going Down/Love in an Elevator" (5:38)
4.   "Monkey on My Back" (3:56)
5.   "Water Song/Janie's Got a Gun" (5:40)
6.   "Dulcimer Stomp/Other Side" (4:56)
7.   "My Girl" (3:10)
8.   "Don't Get Mad, Get Even" (4:48)
9.   "Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man" (4:41)
10. "What It Takes" (6:28)

This was actually the first Aerosmith record I didn't purchase on LP. Back in 1989 I had begun listening to the new technology, Compact Discs. "Pump" was one of the first album I purchased on CD. It wasn't until over a decade and a half later that I scored an excellent vinyl copy of "Pump" complete with the inner sleeve.

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Rag Doll Aerosmith - Love in An Elevator (Geffen) 1989

Side One
1. "Love in An Elevator"
Side Two
2. "Young Lust"

First single from the Pump album. Collector's 7" vinyl and picture sleeve.

Donnington '90 Aerosmith - Limited Edition Hits EP-Donnington '90 (Geffen) 1990

Side One
1. "The Other Side" [Club Mix Edit]
2. "Love in An Elevator" [Edit]
Side Two
3. "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)"
4. "Walk This Way" [Edit/with Run DMC]

An odd collector's EP containing edited versions of some of Aerosmith's biggest 80's hits. "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" is the only song that is not a radio edit version. The cover is a gatefold and features a huge photo of Steven Tyler in front of a stadium/festival crowd and a smaller band photo, as well as a biography by Andrew Kenny. The original release came with a "free logo window sticker".

Aerosmith - Cryin' (Geffen) 1993

Side One
1. "Cryin'"
Side Two
2. "Walk on Down"
3. "I'm Down"

A unique, 12", European collector's single pressed on white vinyl and released to promote the "Get A Grip" record. The cover itself has a small dye-cut wings on the upper right hand corner revealing the white vinyl inside.

Aerosmith - A Big Ten Inch Record (Columbia) 2002

1. "Rats in the Cellar" (4:06)
2. "Lord of the Thighs" [live] (7:13)

A ten inch vinyl single that apparently was given away as a promotional item but is not rare and highly sought after. I didn't even know this record existed until recently when it showed up in my mail. BIG thanks to TrogDawn for the hook up. In anycase, "Rats in the Cellar" is taken from "Rocks" and "Lord of the Thighs" is recorded live at the Texxas Jam 1978.

Just Push Play Aerosmith - Just Push Play (Columbia) 2001

1. "Beyond Beautiful" (4:45)
2. "Just Push Play" (3:51)
3. "Jaded" (3:34)
4. "Fly Away From Here" (5:01)
5. "Trip Hoppin'" (4:27)
6. "Sunshine" (3:37)

7. "Under My Skin" (3:45)
8. "Luv Lies" (4:26)
9. "Outta Your Head" (3:22)
10. "Drop Dead Georgeous" (3:42)
11. "Light Inside" (3:34)
12. "Avant Garden" (4:53)
14. "Under My Skin" [hidden at the end of track 12] (1:01)

Quite frankly I didn't even know this one was available on vinly until I stumbled upon a brand new, sealed copy at a record convention. Picked it up for $10. Along with the import CD version and my U.S. CD version of "Just Push Play" I know own three copies of this release. I can only assume that "Under My Skin" is also hidden at the end of the vinyl version of "Just Push Play". My copy is sealed and staying that way.

Bobo Aerosmith - Honkin' On Bobo (Columbia) 2004

1. "Road Runner" (3:46)
2. "Shame, Shame, Shame" (2:15)
3. "Eyesight to the Blind" (3:10)
4. "Baby, Please Don't Go" (3:24)
5. "Never Loved a Girl" (3:12)
6. "Back Back Train" (4:24)

7. "You Gotta Move" (5:30)
8. "The Grind" (3:47)
9. "I'm Ready" (4:15)
10. "Temperature" (2:52)
11. "Stop Messin' Around" (4:32)
12. "Jesus Is on the Main Line" (2:50)

As soon as I heard that "Honkin' On Bobo" was going to be available on LP, I jumped on it. Just another piece in the never ending Aerosmith collection. Another album, along with "Draw the Line" that I would love to have signed some day.

Music from Another Dimension Aerosmith - Music from Another Dimension (Columbia) 2012

2 Oh Yeah
3 Beautiful
4 Tell Me
1 Out Go The Lights
2 Legendary Child
3 What Could Have Been Love
1 Street Jesus
2 Can't Stop Loving You
3 Lover A Lot
4 We All Fall Down
1 Freedom Fighter
2 Closer
3 Something
4 Another Last Goodbye

Aerosmitth's 2012 release comes wrapped in a gatefold cover, is a 2 LP, red vinyl set. The vinyl also comes with a bonus CD of the entire album. See CD section for complete review.

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