(2015) - 21 min
In a career of four turbulent decades of excesses and highs, Aerosmith became the biggest selling American rock band of all time. The ‘Bad Boys’ came together in 1970 in Boston, Massachusetts. Aerosmith’s third release, ‘Toys in the Attic’ made them international stars. Lead single, ‘Sweet Emotion’ became their first top 40 hit. In 1987 Aerosmith released their biggest selling album in over a decade, ‘Permanent Vacation’. The ‘Nine Lives’ tour was troubled, but in 1998 Aerosmith’s fortunes would change once again. Released as part of the soundtrack to the film, ‘Armageddon’, ‘I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing’ would become the biggest single of their career. In 2012 Aerosmith released the single, ‘Legendary Child’. It had been eight years since they had produced new material but along with the track came the album, ‘Music from another Dimension’. Featuring archive material, music videos – “I Don't Want To Miss A Thing” and “Janies Got A Gun” as well as exclusive insights from music critics and journalists John Aizlewood, Danielle Perry, Will Hodkinson and Camilla Pia.