aerosmith "the increasing killer show"

Posted by gregor on Friday, September 30th, 2011

you know what kids? there was actually a point in history where aerosmith were actually pretty awesome. sure this was many a moon ago, but there’s no denying that their mid-late 70′s records were way solid. im more or less referring to get your wings, rocks and toys in the attic all three of which i cant recommend enough. i listened to their 1987 release, permanent vacation via spotify today and its actually still pretty good – i could live w/o “dude looks like a lady,” but all in all its held up fairly well.

tracks 1-4, tower theater, upper darby, philadelphia, pa, march 26, 1978
tracks 5-11, shaeffer music festival, central park ny, august 29, 1975.

1. same old song and dance
2. toys in the attic
3. goin down
4. train kept a rollin
5. s.o.s.
6. mama kin
7. dream on
8. write me
9. walk this way
10. train kept a rollin
11. toys in the attic (405)


2 Responses to aerosmith "the increasing killer show"

  1. Win says:

    You’re totally correct, those old records, and this recording, they are on fire.

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