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Gold: Aerosmith


Download links and information about Gold: Aerosmith by Aerosmith. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 34 tracks with total duration of 02:38:27 minutes.

Artist: Aerosmith
Release date: 1973
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Pop
Tracks: 34
Duration: 02:38:27
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No. Title Length
1. Let the Music Do the Talking 3:45
2. My Fist Your Face 4:21
3. Shame On You 3:20
4. Heart's Done Time 4:41
5. Rag Doll 4:24
6. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) 4:23
7. Angel 5:05
8. Hangman Jury 5:33
9. Permanent Vacation 4:48
10. Young Lust 4:19
11. The Other Side 4:06
12. What It Takes 5:10
13. Monkey On My Back 3:57
14. Love In an Elevator 5:21
15. Janie's Got a Gun 5:27
16. Ain't Enough 4:57
17. Walk This Way 5:11
18. Eat the Rich 4:32
19. Love Me Two Times 3:15
20. Head First 4:42
21. Livin' On the Edge (Acoustic Version) 5:37
22. Don't Stop 4:02
23. Can't Stop Messin' 4:34
24. Amazing 5:34
25. Cryin' 5:08
26. Crazy 5:16
27. Shut Up and Dance 4:50
28. Deuces Are Wild 3:32
29. Walk On Water 4:53
30. Blind Man 3:57
31. Falling In Love (Is Hard On the Knees) [Live] 3:25
32. Dream On (Live) 4:53
33. Hole In My Soul (Live) 5:38
34. Sweet Emotion (Live) 5:51



This collection of the group’s work for the Geffen Records label in the ‘80s is a solid look at the amazing comeback made by these ‘70s hard rockers. This is the material that put them on MTV when most people assumed the group’s “Toxic Twins,” singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry, were beyond reconciliation. However, there’s Perry’s “Let the Music Do the Talking,” a track he’d cut with his own Joe Perry Project, with Tyler taking over the vocal chores. Among the radio hits were “Dude (Looks Like a Lady),” “Love In an Elevator,” “Janie’s Got a Gun” and the power ballad “Angel.” The tunes are strong and memorable. “Blind Man” may be the most infectious of the batch with “Cryin’” being the best of the power ballads. As a bonus, the band include live recordings of their earlier hits, “Dream On” and “Sweet Emotion,” from the ‘70s, when they were recording for another label.