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A Little South of Sanity (Live)


Download links and information about A Little South of Sanity (Live) by Aerosmith. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:55:07 minutes.

Artist: Aerosmith
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:55:07
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No. Title Length
1. Eat the Rich (Live) 5:14
2. Love In an Elevator (Live) 5:55
3. Falling In Love (Is Hard on the Knees) [Live] 3:20
4. Same Old Song and Dance (Live) 5:57
5. Hole In My Soul (Live) 5:40
6. Monkey On My Back (Live) 4:08
7. Livin' On the Edge (Live) 5:24
8. Cryin' (Live) 5:10
9. Rag Doll (Live) 4:13
10. Angel (Live) 5:35
11. Janie's Got a Gun (Live) 5:07
12. Amazing (Live) 5:23
13. Back In the Saddle (Live) 6:10
14. Last Child (Live) 5:04
15. The Other Side (Live) 4:40
16. Walk On Down (Live) 3:40
17. Dream On (Live) 4:50
18. Crazy (Live) 5:44
19. Mama Kin (Live) 4:12
20. Walk This Way (Live) 4:08
21. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) [Live] 4:21
22. What It Takes (Live) 5:15
23. Sweet Emotion (Live) 5:57



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.