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Editors’ Notes

Just as Live! Bootleg defined Aerosmith in the ‘70s, and Classics Live! defined the band in the ‘80s, A Little South of Sanity defines them for the ‘90s, their most commercially successful period and it finds the veteran band in fighting form. Recorded during tours for Get a Grip (1993/1994) and Nine Lives (1997/1998), these tracks sound exactly the way a live album should: a little louder, a little edgier, but with all the uproarious attitude and whip-smart precision of the studio recordings. “Back In the Saddle,” “Last Child,” and “Walk This Way” all translate the band’s razor-sharp riffs to a stadium setting. “Falling In Love (Is Hard on the Knees),” “The Other Side,” and “Dude (Looks Like a Lady)” are emboldened by the presence of a horn section, while grandiose ballads like “Angel” are presented in refreshingly stripped-down versions. Producer Jack Douglas, who oversaw early Aerosmith classics like Rocks and Toys In the Attic, helped pull this live collection together. While age and sobriety brought a new energy and focus to the Aerosmith live experience, their rendition of “Mama Kin” proves they still carry the reckless spirit of their youth.

Customer Reviews

Aerosmith lives!

Aerosmith is a long live band that has been around since who knows when (probally a good few people actually know when). It's good to see that the people still value Aerosmith. The album artwork really represents the tittle of the album. My all time favorite Aerosmith songs are walk this way, dude looks like a lady, and love in an elevator. It's good to see some of the classic songs come together on one album, and live!

definite yes

aerosmith r the fathers of rock and roll, if u wanna get the good tunes, well in my opinion, get dude looks like a lady, janies got a gun, and walk on down, but DEFINATELY get dream on, its the crown jewel song of aerosmith

What are U waiting 4 - buy it!

1st - don't count on the clean rating - it's definately NOT. Typical Aerosmith - a few f-words, a lot of sexual references. Not that I'm a prude or anything but as I ripen more and more I wince more often at today's lyrics. All that aside... Is there any such thing as "bad" Aerosmith???? This album rocks right along with anything Aerosmith does. If you're an Aerosmith fan and you don't have this, you're a fool! No matter how many versions of a certain Aerosmith song each one is unique and different. This is what I like a bout live music - especially Aerosmith. They have mastered the ability to keep a song fresh - even oldies like Dream On, SOSAD and Train Kept A Rollin' (what a signature classic!!!). Buy it now! Don't grab another beer, flip through the channels again, or weigh the cost of yet another useless charge against your credit card. Just do it!

Biography

Formed: 1970 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Aerosmith were one of the most popular hard rock bands of the '70s, setting the style and sound of hard rock and heavy metal for the next two decades with their raunchy, bluesy swagger. The Boston-based quintet found the middle ground between the menace of the Rolling Stones and the campy, sleazy flamboyance of the New York...
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