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Just Push Play Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (March 6 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000059Z83
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  Mini-Disc
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #16,417 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beyond Beautiful
2. Just Push Play
3. Jaded
4. Fly Away From Here
5. Trip Hoppin'
6. Sunshine
7. Under My Skin
8. Luv Lies
9. Outta Your Head
10. Drop Dead Gorgeous
11. Light Inside
12. Avant Garden

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It's difficult to separate Aerosmith from their glorious/inglorious history--one that's seen more revivals than West Side Story. For better or worse, the stalwart Boston quintet carry a load of preconceptions that are impossible to shake. Thus Just Push Play begs the question: If this 12-song set was the product of a bunch of upstarts, would it cause much of a commotion? The answer: Absolutely! Working with coproducers and song collaborators Marti Frederiksen and Mark Hudson, Aerosmith have forged an album that gracefully fuses '70s hard-rock grit with contemporary gloss. The pop-infused likes of the sweeping "Jaded" and the insistent "Sunshine" best demonstrate the formula that Tyler, Perry, and company have settled on for now, while gliding strings surge over Tyler's patented screech and the no-nonsense grind of the four instrumentalists. Mailed-in lyrics and a few self-conscious nods to the times mar Just Push Play, but the pleasures to be had here overwhelm the album's deficiencies. --Steven Stolder

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sean on June 30 2002
Format: Audio CD
You know since this album came out, I've been embarassed to call myself an Aerosmith fan ... This isn't rock and roll anymore, it's POP music... Aerosmith has gone and bowed to popular culture once more, and cashed in big time... Someone needs to tell Aerosmith that they don't need to do a duet with the flavor of the week to sell albums, they need to go out and write ROCK songs like they used to. Why does everyone go crazy when they hear Sweet Emotion, or Dream On, or Walk This Way?, because they are GREAT, DEFINING songs of rock. They did it once, they can do it again...
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Format: Audio CD
Just Push Play came out right around when Aerosmith was inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. This does not mean they are washed up; in fact, for better or for worse, this had a very modern sound to it. It is alot like a blockbuster movie: it has a lot of hype about it before its release, and doesn't live up to expectations, and has tons of sound effects. That's right, Aerosmith's songs are filled with weird sound effects; not like motorcycles or helicopters like Pink Floyd, but weird noises that can be described as "digital." That does not make this a bad album. "Beyond Beautiful" is a great hard-rocking start. "Just Push Play" is almost like a 21st Century "Walk This Way" is a fun song. I never understood why "Jaded" was so great, but maybe that's because it was so overplayed. "Outta Your Head" is somehow likeable even with it being almost a rap song. "Drop Dead Gorgeous" is one of those songs with sound effects but is really good with Joe Perry on lead vocals. "Light Inside" is similar and features Joe Perry with the wah-wah pedal. Most of the ballads are too sappy and fake to be believeable or likeable. But still this is a worthwhile CD if you can buy it on sale or used.
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Format: Audio CD
I had heard (and read) good things about this album, so I finally decided to get it - in spite of the 80s Heavy Metal cover from Hell. I have almost all of Aerosmith's previous records, after all.
I didn't have "Just Push Play", though. And guess what? I had it for about a week, listen to it, tried to give a chance. And then I threw it away. My CD shelves are overstuffed enough as it is, I don't have room for CDs that I'm never going to listen to again anyway.
There so many completely forgettable (or downright awful) songs here, and the production, which can't decide if it wants to bury the songs in grunge-like noise or present them as sleek 21st century pop-rock numbers, is terrible.
I like dirty electric guitars as much as anyone, but I prefer it when they're actually playing something resembling a riff, or at least a rhythm of some kind...not just roaring aimlessly away.
This album gives me a headache. And no, I'm not 65, I was barely born when Aerosmith was formed.
The tuneful, hook-laden (and relatively cleanly produced) "Jaded" is really good, "Fly Away From Here" was a hit, so some people must have liked that one as well, and "Luv Lies" and the semi-acoustic "Face" are at least listenable.
The rest? Yuck. Boring pseudo-rap ("Outta My Head"), weird "Strawberry Fields"-like vocals ("Drop Dead Gorgeous"), and dull, predictable, noisy, riff-less, hook-less garage rock (most everything else). And the lousiest production ever to marr an Aerosmith album. Is this album meant to be played in techno clubs or what?
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Just Push Play is not Aerosmiths best album, but it is a solid effort none the less. Yes, it is a little poppy but it still has that Aerosmith groove to it. The album starts out with
1. Beyond Beautiful. This song is a hard rockin classic Aerosmith song with a great Joe Perry guitar solo.10/10.
2. Just Push Play. This is my favorite song off of the album. Its very unique and sounds very much like Get a Grip. Very fast paced and has a great groove to it. F**kin' A!10/10.
3. Jaded. Everyone has heard this one. Its the hit off of this album and it is very good song and has a great melody. 9/10.
4. Fly away from here. Although this one is not written by the band its a good ballad and sounds a lot like I Dont wanna miss a thing.10/10.
5. Trip Hoppin. This is a very groovy, almost jazzy type of song.The song features Tower of Power which do the horns on the Other Side. 9/10.
6. Sunshine. This is another one of my perosonal favorites, and was the second hit off of this album. Very cool chorus. 10/10.
7. Under my Skin. This has some hard rockin guitar in it and a catchy chorus. 10/10.
8. Luv Lies. Not a bad ballad but not one of my favorites. Still some good harmonica in it. 8/10.
9. Outta your head. This a rap rock song that has an awesome beat to it. 10/10.
10. Drop Dead Gorgeous. A unique sounding song with Joe Perry singin lead vocals with Steven. 8/10.
11. Light Inside. Theres some good drums in this song with some 70's sounding guitar.9/10.
12. Avant Garden. One of the best songs off of the album. Has great lyrics from Steven that speak to the heart. Sounds a lot like Fallen Angels off of Nine Lives. 10/10.
13. Under my Skin Remix.
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