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(940 WINZ)   Joe Perry and Steven Tyler 60 Minutes interview fallout: Jaded, Crying, Same old song and dance   (940winz.com) divider line 46
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2012-03-12 11:59:16 AM  
Somewhere out there is a fat, middle-aged chick wearing a really nice denim jacket who is going to be unable to report to the pizzeria she's worked at for the past 20 years because she's inconsolable.
 
2012-03-12 12:04:05 PM  
Do the two of them still write songs or is it just Desmond Child?
 
2012-03-12 12:05:42 PM  
Would someone please put Tyler out of our misery?

Tyler, 1st graduate from the Gene Simmons school of trying to stay important well past your expiration date.
 
2012-03-12 12:10:50 PM  
When 60 minutes gives a crap about your band you know you should retire.
 
2012-03-12 12:14:05 PM  
I assume they have an album coming out or something.
 
2012-03-12 12:16:18 PM  

Gunny Highway: I assume they have an album coming out or something.


Ding,ding,ding!
 
2012-03-12 12:17:25 PM  
Aerosmith reminds me of TotalFark. People thrown together that normally wouldn't talk to each other on the telephone.
 
2012-03-12 12:26:51 PM  
It's amazing how they fight like that. They need to get a grip and stop antagonizing each other. This band is living on the edge.
 
2012-03-12 12:28:42 PM  
www.lowbird.com
 
2012-03-12 12:29:40 PM  
There were so many better bands that came out of the 70's than these guys.
 
2012-03-12 12:46:17 PM  
If Mick and Keith can put it together without selling out like you hacks both have then I think you can pull on your big boy pants and continue making millions without having to do much work at all.
 
2012-03-12 12:48:17 PM  
In order to accommodate the egos involved, they should rename the band to Tyler/Perry's Aerosmith.
 
2012-03-12 12:54:58 PM  
 
2012-03-12 12:56:18 PM  

The Perfect Drug: In order to accommodate the egos involved, they should rename the band to Tyler/Perry's Aerosmith.


Why am I envisioning Madea shredding onstage all of a sudden?
 
2012-03-12 12:59:09 PM  
They let their sweet emotions get the better of them, but unfortunately they'll be back in the saddle in no time.
 
2012-03-12 01:08:05 PM  

Serial: How to write a hit Aerosmith song, by Dave Grohl. (new window)


Gold!!
 
2012-03-12 01:09:01 PM  

phedex: There were so many better bands that came out of the 70's than these guys.


Molly Hatchet for the win.
 
2012-03-12 01:19:21 PM  
I think Kyle joining Foo Fighters would be great :)
 
2012-03-12 01:47:31 PM  
Publicity sought; publicity got.

They've had success twice since the 70's; for the third time to work, someone was going to have to do something drastic. Like go on 60 Minutes and whine.
 
2012-03-12 01:50:10 PM  
My Toys and Rocks cds still crank. That's all I need from Aerosmith.

I wish they would put the Texas Jam 78 show on DVD with a nice remix for the audio.
 
2012-03-12 01:51:52 PM  

Serial: How to write a hit Aerosmith song, by Dave Grohl. (new window)


I think he stole that riff from a Juicy Fruit commercial.
 
2012-03-12 01:53:15 PM  

TravisBickle62: Do the two of them still write songs or is it just Desmond Child?


This.

I was curious as to just how many hit songs Child has written, so I checked out the wiki.

70 Top 40 hits. 70.
 
2012-03-12 02:08:06 PM  
In the Aerosmith I choose to remember, Tyler would have said "Let's go", and it probably would have happened. The kinder, gentler Aerosmith really sucks.
 
2012-03-12 02:14:46 PM  

Skarekrough: If Mick and Keith can put it together without selling out



You've got to be kidding me. Do you even know what selling out means?

/start me up
 
2012-03-12 02:16:21 PM  
Weird, I was just listening to "Kings and Queens." Kinda glad that they died in that terrible accident in the 80s before they could taint their catalog.
 
2012-03-12 02:27:43 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Skarekrough: If Mick and Keith can put it together without selling out


You've got to be kidding me. Do you even know what selling out means?

/start me up


Speaking of the Rolling Stones, can anyone tell me why this song isn't classified as Disco?

Miss You (new window)
 
2012-03-12 02:39:27 PM  
Most important American rock band ever!
 
2012-03-12 02:42:32 PM  
I watched the Steven Tyler interview for about fifteen seconds before turning the channel. I just couldn't bring myself to give a fark.
 
2012-03-12 02:43:18 PM  

AmStatic1: Speaking of the Rolling Stones, can anyone tell me why this song isn't classified as Disco?


It is disco.
They sold out for awhile in the late 70s, quit playing rock.
Sad but true.
 
2012-03-12 02:56:46 PM  
You can say what you like about Aerosmith, and I'll probably agree. Hell, no sense denying it.

But there's a little part of me that's still a pimply-faced 14 y.o. kid, sitting in a bean-bag chair in my buddy's basement rumpus room, surrounded by cheap faux-wood paneling and smelly shag carpeting, listening to the Rocks album for the first time. And I will probably carry that part of me to my grave.
 
2012-03-12 03:15:35 PM  

Kurmudgeon: AmStatic1: Speaking of the Rolling Stones, can anyone tell me why this song isn't classified as Disco?

It is disco.
They sold out for awhile in the late 70s, quit playing rock.
Sad but true.


That is an exaggeration. They never 'quit' playing rock, they just experimented with a few disco/funk-type singles in the 78-82 era. Namely 'Miss You' and 'Emotional Rescue'. But considering the fact that they started charging as much as $300 for concert tix in the 90's, it would be hard to argue they have indeed sold out.
 
2012-03-12 03:33:26 PM  

The Perfect Drug: In order to accommodate the egos involved, they should rename the band to Tyler/Perry's Aerosmith.


Holy mother of God you're on today. Plus on million, friendo.
 
2012-03-12 04:01:55 PM  

TravisBickle62: Do the two of them still write songs or is it just Desmond Child?


If not for him, Diane Warren and Holly Knight, there would be no Kiss or Aerosmith songs past 1980.

So it's all their fault.
 
2012-03-12 04:19:23 PM  
I can't imagine how insufferable Tyler must have been when he was coked up. Don't know how other guys who were also loaded could have refrained from punching him out at some point.
 
2012-03-12 05:01:08 PM  
Fark me sideways, it's just like living with my former douchbag roomate.
 
2012-03-12 06:35:50 PM  

Midnight Rambler: 70 Top 40 hits. 70.


That's as many as seven tens.

And that's terrible.
 
2012-03-12 06:54:51 PM  

Clash City Farker: Most important American rock band ever!


Really? Maybe you should take a look/listen to these guys legacy.
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2012-03-12 06:57:09 PM  

Already Disturbed: Weird, I was just listening to "Kings and Queens." Kinda glad that they died in that terrible accident in the 80s before they could taint their catalog.


Man, I love that show! But I don't think that's Aerosmith

♫My eyes are getting weary!
My back is gettin' tight!
Sittin' here in traffic
on a queens burrough bridge tonight♫
 
2012-03-12 07:39:54 PM  
I've avoided all Aerosmith material since they did 'Nine Lives' (honestly, Glenn Ballard as producer!). For me has become that first girlfriend that you lost contact with but will always remember. Unfortunately she's now a day-shift stripper with three kids by three different guys and a connect-the-dots of herpes scars.
 
2012-03-12 07:49:53 PM  

prickle27: Clash City Farker: Most important American rock band ever!

Really? Maybe you should take a look/listen to these guys legacy.
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Hey guys, there's this new fad called surfing. Let's write tons of songs about it, that will never become dated.
 
2012-03-12 08:40:16 PM  

Lou Cypher: I can't imagine how insufferable Tyler must have been when he was coked up. Don't know how other guys who were also loaded could have refrained from punching him out at some point.


I almost couldn't finish his book he was so annoying. On coke? I imagine he'd be like that coworker who verbally rapes you, his voice skullfarking you between the eyes. No give and take. Just a narcissistic wall of verbal diarrhea, he wouldn't even let you agree and say "Yes, this diarrhea is brown."
 
2012-03-12 09:09:01 PM  
those are two really fugly old broads.
 
2012-03-12 09:44:59 PM  

poot_rootbeer: Midnight Rambler: 70 Top 40 hits. 70.

That's as many as seven tens.

And that's terrible.


Whew. After checking that list I've discovered my HD is blessedly Desmond Child free. Awesome list though, now I have even more ammo for my eternal "Dream Theater sucks" arguments.
 
2012-03-13 03:21:07 AM  

Ken VeryBigLiar: I've avoided all Aerosmith material since they did 'Nine Lives' (honestly, Glenn Ballard as producer!). For me has become that first girlfriend that you lost contact with but will always remember. Unfortunately she's now a day-shift stripper with three kids by three different guys and a connect-the-dots of herpes scars.


I like the way you put that. Aerosmith will always occupy a special place in my heart because they got me into playing guitar and music in general. They were the first concert I ever attended. Nonetheless, I've moved on and they seem to have passed on, more or less. We'll always have those few years in the late 90s-early 00s when I was mowing lawns just to save up money to buy their CDs. Good times...

/csb
 
2012-03-13 06:37:57 AM  

phedex: There were so many better bands that came out of the 70's than these guys.


Aerosmith has had the fame and riches that Cheap Trick deserved. Even now, with the guys touching their 60's, a Cheap trick show is more fun and full of more musical, vocal and songwriting talent than an Aerosmith show in their heyday.
 
2012-03-13 02:17:23 PM  

dinwv: phedex: There were so many better bands that came out of the 70's than these guys.

Aerosmith has had the fame and riches that Cheap Trick deserved. Even now, with the guys touching their 60's, a Cheap trick show is more fun and full of more musical, vocal and songwriting talent than an Aerosmith show in their heyday.


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