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Last Child

by Aerosmith

A Little South Of Sanity by Aerosmith

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Last Child

by Aerosmith

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Label: Geffen
Not since KISS' 1977 double disc Alive II has a recording of a live rock show sounded so slick and (dare we say) produced. The story goes something like this: Aerosmith owed Geffin a live album before their contract expired, so 1998 yielded this polished collection of hits that showcases the band's live prowess and Steven Tyler's confident stage banter (listen closely and you can hear that he's celebrating his 50th birthday, which is even more impressive when you hear him hitting all the high notes in old-school classics like "Dream On" and the airtight harmonies in "Love in an Elevator."

About This Album

Not since KISS' 1977 double disc Alive II has a recording of a live rock show sounded so slick and (dare we say) produced. The story goes something like this: Aerosmith owed Geffin a live album before their contract expired, so 1998 yielded this polished collection of hits that showcases the band's live prowess and Steven Tyler's confident stage banter (listen closely and you can hear that he's celebrating his 50th birthday, which is even more impressive when you hear him hitting all the high notes in old-school classics like "Dream On" and the airtight harmonies in "Love in an Elevator."

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About This Album

Not since KISS' 1977 double disc Alive II has a recording of a live rock show sounded so slick and (dare we say) produced. The story goes something like this: Aerosmith owed Geffin a live album before their contract expired, so 1998 yielded this polished collection of hits that showcases the band's live prowess and Steven Tyler's confident stage banter (listen closely and you can hear that he's celebrating his 50th birthday, which is even more impressive when you hear him hitting all the high notes in old-school classics like "Dream On" and the airtight harmonies in "Love in an Elevator."