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Aerosmith are one of the most important bands in the history of rock music. Their music is rooted in blues-based hard rock and they incorporated it with pop, heavy metal, and rhythm and blues. Aerosmith surely has influenced many subsequent rock artists. Here’s our look at The 5 Albums To Summarize The Career Of Aerosmith:
1. Toys in the Attic
The band’s third studio album released on April 8, 1975, via their label, Columbia Records. The album consists of the band’s most well-known songs such as “Sweet Emotion,” and “Walk This Way.”
Aerosmith’s tenth studio album was released on September 12, 1989, and was produced by Bruce Fairbairn via Geffen Records. The remastered version of the album was reissued in 2001. The best tracks from the album are “Get A Grip” and “Janie’s Got a Gun.”
The group’s fourth studio album released on May 14, 1976, and was described as “captured Aerosmith at their most raw and rocking” by AllMusic. Rolling Stone’s ranked the album No. 176 on their list of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
4. Get A Grip
The band’s eleventh studio album released on April 20, 1993, and was produced Bruce Fairbairn via Geffen Records. It was the band’s last studio album released by Geffen. The best songs from the album are ”Livin’ on the Edge” and “Amazing.”
5. Permanent Vacation
Released on August 25, 1987, as the band’s ninth studio album and was produced Bruce Fairbairn via Geffen Records. It was the band’s turning point in their career as they employ songwriters to write the songs for the album, it was the first time they featured songs not solely written by them.