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Just Push Play - Aerosmith - Just Push Play (CD, Album)

Label: Columbia (2) - 501535 2,Columbia (2) - COL 501535 2,Columbia (2) - 5015352000 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock
Just Push Play - Aerosmith - Just Push Play (CD, Album)

This release does not have the code CTDP on the CD face. Release with the code CTDP on the CD face can be found here. Aerosmith - Just Push Play Additional recording and engineering at The Boneyard Additional recording and engineering at /5(98).

Just Push Play, I think is a throwback album, not to their old albums (which I would've prefered), but to their 80's and early 90's albums. The album starts out with Beyond Beautiful, a pretty rocking song that starts the album out nicely.

 · Aerosmith sounds good enough on Just Push Play that it almost makes you forgive the Heavy Metal refugee on the front cover, a sexy robot illustration that looks far more out of date than the music sounds. [The Japanese release includes two songs not found on the original -- "Won't Let You Down" and "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" -- along with a.

Just Push Play is another near-killer for different reasons. For one thing, it is a work of largely native snazz, the first-ever Aerosmith album to be produced by Tyler and Perry (albeit in collaboration with co-writers Mark Hudson and Marti Frederiksen).

Just Push Play is Aerosmith's thirteenth studio album.. Track listing [] " Beyond Beautiful" (Marti Frederiksen / Mark Hudson /Joe Perry/Steven Tyler) - "Just Push Play" (Steve Dudas /Mark Hudson/Steven Tyler) - " Jaded" (Tom Hamilton/Steven Tyler) - " Fly Away from Here" (Todd Chapman /Marti Frederiksen) - " Trip Hoppin'" (Marti Frederiksen/Mark Hudson/ Tony Perry .

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  1.  · Just Push Play. Give Aerosmith credit for not only realizing something was wrong after Nine Lives relatively flat-lined, but deciding to do something about it. Ditching the outside producers who initially liberated but eventually straitjacketed them, Steve Tyler and Joe Perry seized control of the boards, working with the assistance of Mark 6/10().

  2.  · Just Push Play songs While Done with Mirrors marked the beginning of Aerosmith's remarkable career comeback (and a gratifying return to rollicking '70s form), this is the album that both reclaimed their widespread fame and made even longtime cynics take notice.

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