- Audio CD (Sept. 7 1993)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Limited Edition, Original recording remastered
- Label: Sony Music Canada
- ASIN: B0000029AY
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | LP Record
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,458 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Night in the Ruts Limited Edition, Original recording remastered
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I'm going to rate this album track by track.
No Surprize: This song is the autobiography of Aerosmith and this one of the best lyrics I've ever heard and Steven Tyler can write a good tune weather he's sober or not, this is one of the album's classic songs. 10/10
Chiquita: This is one of Aerosmith's heaviest songs and it's a really good one, this is one of Aerosmith's underrated songs from the 70's and it deserves more attention, there is a rare video for this song. 10/10
Remember (Walking in the Sand) A Shangrila's remake and people come down hard on this one, I find this one enjoyable but not great and I wouldn't consider it the worst song off of the album. 7/10
Cheese Cake: At first I didn't like this song but now I actually like it, it sounds like that it came off of the Get Your Wings/Toys in the Attic era and surprisingly, this song was done in one take with no overdubs according to Joe Perry, this is a really good song that makes you laugh a little. 10/10
Three Mile Smile: Not one of my favorite songs although Brad Whitford once claimed that Steven Tyler liked the uncredited guitarist Jimmy Crespo's riff better than his and Brad wasn't very happy about it. 7/10
Reefer Head Woman: This is one of Aerosmith's weirdest songs of all time and I hear that it's a remake from a 1940's blues song and this song reminds me of Steven Tyler's ex wife Cyrinda Foxe (RIP), it's a little bizarre but it's enjoyable. 8/10
Bone to Bone (Coney Island Whitefish Boy): A decent effort and I hear that it was one of the last songs that Joe Perry played when he left the band. 8/10
Think About It: A remake of the Yardbird's and this is much better than the original version and the solo is totally mindblowing, this song should be on par with Dream On and Sweet Emotion. 10/10
Mia: Steven Tyler wrote this song about his newborn daughter and this is the weakest song off of the album, and one of the saddest songs that Aerosmith has ever recorded. 4/10
Now on to the album!
-No Surprize is an amazing hard rocker about the band making it 5/5
-Chiquita is an awsome song with a cool riff and solo easaly one of the best on the album/ a classic with a great horn section 4/5
-Remember (Walking In The Sand) a crazy cover song that was strangly a some what big hit 4/5
-Cheesecake, ok I dont care what anyone says this is one of the better songs on the album its everything I want in a rock song! 5/5
-Three Mile Smile is an Aerosmith classic with a great riff its and awsome song 4/5
-Reffer Head Woman is a wierd blues song that oddly enough kicks major butt! 3/5
-Bone To Bone is and amazing song with a killer riff and it is probly the hardest rocker on this album 5/5
-Think About It is another Yardbirds song that once again is better then the origanal 4/5
-Mia, a great balled about Stevens Doughter by the same name its a erie song but I love it to death! 5/5
so you see this album kicks ... and so does "Draw The Line" even though they are probly the two biggest drug indueced albums of all time.
That said, I like this album a wee bit better than "Draw The Line," if only for its underdog status. "No Surprize" and "Three Mile Smile" sound like they were really trying to get their collective mojos working, and as much as "Remember Walking in the Sand" gets bashed, it really does fit into the great covers library that Aerosmith has amassed. In addition, "Chiquita" throws a few strong musical curves in for those who look at their favorite bands to challenge themselves a little.
Unfortunately, the chemicals had wreaked havoc on the bandmembers' chemistry, and "Night In The Ruts" just lacks that steam compression power that "Toys," "Wings" and "Rocks" all were charged with. All three of those CDs are better starting points than this. In fact, so are "Pump" and "Vacation." "Ruts" was the sound of Aerosmith marking time in the coal mines.
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