9 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few album-opening songs are more formidable—or more enduringly relevant—than "Back in the Saddle", a song that announced Aerosmith's longevity only six years into their lifespan. Steven Tyler revels in the sultry swagger of "Last Child" and trashy R&B of "Get the Lead Out", while guitarist Joe Perry lets loose on the freight train-like "Rats In the Cellar". "Nobody's Fault" is as close to heavy metal as these hard rockers have ever come, and album-closing power ballad "Home Tonight" is actually kinda sweet.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Few album-opening songs are more formidable—or more enduringly relevant—than "Back in the Saddle", a song that announced Aerosmith's longevity only six years into their lifespan. Steven Tyler revels in the sultry swagger of "Last Child" and trashy R&B of "Get the Lead Out", while guitarist Joe Perry lets loose on the freight train-like "Rats In the Cellar". "Nobody's Fault" is as close to heavy metal as these hard rockers have ever come, and album-closing power ballad "Home Tonight" is actually kinda sweet.

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