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Even before their second fling with the pop mainstream, Aerosmith were one of Top 40's favorite hard-rock bands, so ubiquitous--and so funky--that Run-D.M.C. were vociferous fans. Their '70s output included at least three classic albums (Aerosmith,Toys in the Attic, andRocks). This disc collects unstoppable singles into a horny, howling little piece of archaeology that makes even weak links like "Kings and Queens" sound great. And the truly great stuff here--"Sweet Emotion," "Last Child," "Dream On"--runs the gamut of style and feeling from swaggering freak-flag-flying to power-ballad roots that display a genuine ache. Your Aerosmith collection shouldn't end here, but this red-and-white bomb is a great place to start.--Rickey Wright
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Label:  Sony
Release Date:  September 7, 1993
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review by . May 21, 2007
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The four stars on this review are directed solely at the songs contained on this album. The album itself is only worthy of three stars. It contains a couple of edited tunes ("Sweet Emotion" and "Kings And Queens") and a brief collection of some solid Aerosmith tunes. This album, like many before have stated, is for completionists and casual fans only. If you really want early Aerosmith, I suggest you seek out the original albums or if all you want is their greatest hits, look for some of the newer …
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