Nine Lives

by Aerosmith

(1997) Columbia #CK 67547

Personnel Steven Tyler on vocals, Joe Perry on guitar, Brad Whitford on guitar, Tom Hamilton on bass, Joey Kramer on drums.
Description Aerosmith keeps up with the times. More volume, more distortion, more speed. Newer rockers will love this.
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Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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Overall Rating: 4.0 (of 5)
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On 8/21/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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I love this CD. The opener Nine Lives is a great hard rock tune that has so damn many hooks it's unbelievable! Falling in Love is Hard on the Knees is a great kickass tune as well. Hole in my Soul is a power ballad that is pretty good. Then my personal favorite: Taste of India. Kickass track. Something's Gotta Give and Attitude Adjustment are both hard driving head bangers! Ain't That a B---- and Kiss Your Past Goodbye are two more good ballads. Yet another ballad at the end: Fallen Angels. This one has a tribal twist though. Pink, the single, is one of their must-haves. All in all this is a big nasty kickass collection. Stop thinking about whether or not you should be enjoying it or if the lyrics are deep enough or if there's enough spiritual meaning or whatever and just buy the damn album because it kicks ass! The whole is more than the sum of it's parts!
On 12/3/2000, Carl Anderson (2230) posted:
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I listed to this CD at a friend's house. I didnt really like it. It just isn't the Aerosmith I know.
On 9/28/2000, Will Lockett (49) posted:
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A very good album. Better than the other newer ones, as an entire album. Buts the better songs do not stand out as much as before.