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|1. Back In The Saddle|
|2. Last Child|
|3. Rats In The Celler|
|5. Sick As A Dog|
|6. Nobody's Fault|
|7. Get The Lead Out|
|8. Lick And A Promise|
|9. Home Tonight|
This 1976 platinum platter remains one of the great rock albums of all-time, featuring the raunchy opening blast of Back in the Saddle ; the funky Last Child; Combination, Rats in the Cellar and more.
They'd soon crash, and hard, thanks to their own excesses. But Rocks captures Aerosmith at a crazily driven peak of creativity; anyone who heard it and continued to dismiss them as mere Stones clones was just being willful. This is blues rock cranked up to '70s stadium level, the sound of the Trans Am, or maybe the Porsches several of these guys (surprisingly) remember driving. The psychic battering they would succumb to on the next year's Draw the Line is foreshadowed in Joe Perry's "Combination," but he and Steven Tyler also celebrate the rock-star mythos on "Lick and a Promise." The party-fueled tension, the tension-fueled party. --Rickey Wright
Yes...yes it does rock...and it rolls, it creeks and groans, wails and moans and any other thing you can think of. Read morePublished 14 months ago by TuckerXS
....till I heard it recently played on the radio. What was I thinking? This album rocks from beginning to end. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bootsy Bass
Aerosmith was so into drugs when this album came out that it was inevitable that they would eventually crash. Read morePublished on June 2 2004 by Mike
Guitarist Joe Perry wanted Aerosmith's third album, "Toys In The Attic", to be called "Rocks", but he was out-voted, and that title had to wait a year before... Read morePublished on May 31 2004 by Docendo Discimus
In a genre that now boasts as its mainstays the likes of Boston, Styx, and Blue Oyster Cult, and with the Stones clearly taking time off for bad behavior, this psuedo gem leaps off... Read morePublished on May 31 2004 by Peter Fegan
Gli Aerosmith al loro TOP! Un disco che brilla per la sua produzione sobria e chiara, senza perdere in aggresività. Read morePublished on May 26 2004 by "mr-dee"
I think Toys in the Attic/Honkin on Bobo/Aerosmith/Permanent
Vacation are better....But this one is pretty good. Sick as a
Dog was my favorite from this Album.