10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following their '70s ascendance and preceding their '80s renaissance, this collection documents a crucial point in Aerosmith's trajectory. Fans rallied behind these songs, many of which appear here for the first time or in non-album form: A talk box-less "Sweet Emotion" retains the original's woozy sensuality, a shortened "Same Old Song and Dance" packs more hard-rock punch in its concision, and "Walk This Way" would later be dwarfed by the band's tag-team with Run-DMC. Most electrifying is their raucous cover of The Beatles' "Come Together."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following their '70s ascendance and preceding their '80s renaissance, this collection documents a crucial point in Aerosmith's trajectory. Fans rallied behind these songs, many of which appear here for the first time or in non-album form: A talk box-less "Sweet Emotion" retains the original's woozy sensuality, a shortened "Same Old Song and Dance" packs more hard-rock punch in its concision, and "Walk This Way" would later be dwarfed by the band's tag-team with Run-DMC. Most electrifying is their raucous cover of The Beatles' "Come Together."

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