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Music from Another Dimension! The album was released in a single CD edition, along with a deluxe version.! In addition, it marked eight years since the band's last studio album, the mostly blues cover album Honkin' on Bobo (which also included the lone original song . However, it remains unknown how many recording sessions actually took place and how productive they were. Shortly after lead singer Steven Tyler recovered from throat surgery after the band had completed two legs on their .
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In the fall of 2. Aerosmith supported Devil's with the Route of All Evil Tour, with M. At the time, it was believed that the album would include both re- recorded tracks left off previous albums, as well as brand new material. A concert in Venezuela was planned for February 2. January 1. 5, 2. 00. Tyler said the band would be unable to play the gig because of a second knee injury of guitarist Joe Perry. In mid- February 2.
Brendan O'Brien and that the album would likely be recorded live, like their earlier records. Although the band had hoped to finish the album before the Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Tour started in June 2.
He pulled out of a planned South American tour at the end of 2. Tyler told Classic Rock magazine, . According to sources at the event, Tyler assured the crowd that he was . In his statement, Tyler said he is grateful for the support he is receiving, is committed to getting things taken care of, and is eager to get back on stage and in the recording studio with his bandmates. Perry also said that the band would be willing to continue working with Tyler in the future if the singer wanted to. It was also revealed that the group did in fact do some recording with producer Brendan O'Brien in 2.
He's been taking great pains to remind everybody of that, so hopefully that's the way it will come out. Other than that, we've already been through what we've been through and stood the test of time. Throughout the summer of 2. On August 3. 0, it was announced that the new album would be released around May 2. Jack Douglas, who produced four albums for the band in the 1.
Honkin' on Bobo. He did his whole thing . At the time, the track list consisted of only twelve songs and was scheduled for release on August 2. However, both images shown were blurred out. The entire album was premiered, track- by- track, leading up to the album's release on November 6, 2. The fifteen songs on the regular edition of the album proceeded to circulate on the internet. On October 2. 0, 2. Pepsi's NFL Anthems project, Aerosmith released a rewritten version of .
The lyrics have been reworked as a tribute to the New England Patriots. The song is available for free download at www.
Content. Production and writing credits. The album was mostly produced by Jack Douglas, who produced five albums for the band in the 1. Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic, Rocks, Draw the Line, Rock in a Hard Place) as well as helped produce the band's blues cover album Honkin' on Bobo (2. Lead singer Steven Tyler and lead guitarist Joe Perry also co- produced the record, like they have on every record since 1.
Marti Frederiksen, who has produced and/or co- written much of the band's material since 1. Every song, other than Diane Warren's . In addition, Tyler and Perry have renewed their exclusive songwriting partnership, writing the songs . This marks the first time since . Rhythm guitarist Brad Whitford and bassist Tom Hamilton also have their first songwriting credits since Pump (1.
Drummer Joey Kramer has his first songwriting credits since Permanent Vacation (1. In addition to Diane Warren, who previously wrote . This marked Child's first contribution since Nine Lives while Vallance had been absent since Get A Grip.
New as an Aerosmith songwriting collaborator is Marco Moir (Brad Whitford's current guitar tech), who co- wrote . Also garnering their first songwriting credits on Aerosmith songs are the band's touring keyboardist Russ Irwin (who co- wrote . However, like Honkin' on Bobo, Perry says that this album was recorded with . He also says that, like with their albums from the 1. He also revealed that the album does indeed include older material, including a riff that is at least 2. Is that a good thing?
The former two have been released as singles and have garnered airplay on rock radio. American Idol runner- up Lauren Alaina provides backing vocals to . Country star Carrie Underwood duets with Tyler on . In addition, former Aerosmith guitarist Rick Dufay (who was in the band from 1. The vinyl version features a similar cover to the deluxe edition, though the vinyl includes the same track listing as the standard edition of the CD release, spread out over two red vinyl albums (a standard release CD is also included inside one of the sleeves of the vinyl release).
Differences on the deluxe version: The Aerosmith logo shading is reversed. It goes from orange/yellow/white compared to the white/yellow/orange of the regular version. The font size used for . This face is to be of Joey Kramer as he appeared (as a dog) in the music video for . In the regular version, the figure is simply a black outline. In the crowd near the base of the collapsing building are two faces: one appears to be John Kalodner and the other resembles album engineer Warren Huart.
Two plumes of smoke rise from the tallest building on the left side of the image. A billboard with a red gem is on the tallest building. This would appear to be a reference to the cover of the album Rocks. Directly to the left of the gem billboard is a person holding a staff or walking stick. Also to the left of the billboard is a horse, which could be a reference to the horse on the cover of the album Toys in the Attic.
The building on the far left with the sniper on the roof has three square yellow windows in addition to the three rectangle windows. A red demon sits on the smoke cloud next to the lizard creature. Its wings resemble the style of wings on the logo of the Get Your Wings album. The smaller building being attacked by the lizard monster has a skeleton on the roof. The larger building being attacked by the lizard monster is labeled Max's Kansas City towards the base. This is the legendary theater where Aerosmith scored their first recording contract.
A billboard on the roof says . It included pro- shot live footage (possibly from the upcoming bonus DVD for the album), interviews with the band, scenes of the band inside the studio, and snippets from the single . The beginning of the video was made to look like a comic- book with pictures of Aerosmith recording and discussing the album, a new song, . After a thirty- five second clip of the new song, the video transferred into a room where the members and producer, Jack Douglas, were tossing around ideas.
Then, it cut to several studio clips of the band rehearsing and recording the album with a commentary by Tom Hamilton. Following that, the video cut to another clip of the new song and then finished.
The preview started off with Joe Perry and producer, Jack Douglas, in the studio discussing a song from the upcoming album, then it cut to the same opening in the episode one. After the intro, the video cut to a clip filmed in the summer of 2. Tom Hamilton, Joe Perry and Joey Kramer discussing one of Perry's contributions to the album and working out the guitar riffs. The third clip in the video was of the band at Vindaloo Studios with a voice- over commentary by Kramer; the commentary lasted for two more clips. The second to last clip was of the band discussing a few songs in an office with Douglas; it included Steven Tyler playing guitar. The last clip was a montage of small studio sessions.
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