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Aerosmith - Aerosmith






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ACOL 48613
UPC: 887654861313
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180 Gram Vinyl Record

180 Gram LP

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Remastered by Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound from the original analog tapes

Includes the classics "Dream On" and "Mama Kin"

Individually numbered 180-gram vinyl pressed at RTI

Three of Aerosmith's classic '70s albums were reissued on vinyl for 2013's Record Store Day event in April. The band's 1973 self-titled debut, 1974's Get Your Wings and 1975's Toys in the Attic were all remastered for vinyl and feature individually numbered jackets. All three albums have not been available on vinyl for more than a decade.

"Aerosmith's self-titled debut gave a taste of the musical path that the band, and much of the rest of hard rock, was to follow for the rest of the 1970s and well into the 1980s. Although the awkward social commentary of 'Movin' Out' and the swinging cover of Rufus Thomas's 'Walking the Dog' have largely been forgotten, two standards emerged from Aerosmith: 'Dream On,' a prototypical power ballad with its keyboards and string arrangement, and 'Mama Kin,' which contains one of the most recognizable riffs in hard-rock history. Though Aerosmith would record better albums — both before and after their drug-induced implosion — their debut serves as a kind of road map to much of post-'60s rock 'n' roll." —


Side 1
Make It
Dream On
One Way Street

Side 2
Mama Kin
Write Me a Letter
Movin’ Out
Walkin’ The Dog

Customer Reviews (4.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Aerosmith's Raw Debut

posted on 02/22/2014
4 Stars
Reviewer: audiofan
I've owned this (as well as Get Your Wings & Toys In The Attic) for almost a year, but since they've yet to be reviewed on this site I thought I'd opine. Aerosmith's raw and sloppy debut (too bad they don't sound like this now) was never a 'demo disc' in any format, but the folks at RTI have done a commendable job with this reissue. In other words, it faithfully recreates what the band and producer put on the master tape. Anyone familiar with the "sound" of this record knows what I'm talking about. The vinyl is quiet and clean, with no warps, ticks, or defects, at least on my copy. If you've got a nice 1st-generation copy of the Columbia original you may not need this, but this Record-Store Day reissue is about as good as this iconic album is going to sound.

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