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Aerosmith Just Push Play CD Review

Aerosmith Just Push Play CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Jaded - the first single off Just Push Play - is classic Aerosmith with heavy guitar rifts, Steven Tylers sweet vocals and lyrics that hook you. Find out whats up with the rest of the album.

2001 (Columbia)

You may have caught Aerosmith singin' their new track Jaded with *NSYNC at the 2001 Superbowl Halftime Show, but if you missed it you'll probably hear it on your local radio station. Jaded is classic Aerosmith at their best - heavy guitar rifts, Steven Tyler's sweet vocals and lyrics that hook you. Even if you don't know a lot of their stuff you've probably heard Walk This Way on some old-school rap compilation with Run DMC.

Just Push Play is pure rock 'n roll with an occasional ballad thrown in. The song Outta Your Head sounds like a battle between Primus and Rob Zombie with a great base line. You have to crank this one up. Steven's vocals still sound great and the CD proves that even after all these years Aerosmith is still one of the best rock bands out there.

Beyond Beautiful lifts you up and Fly Away From Here slows it down on the piano, only to rock out again on Trip Hoppin'. Luv Lies continues on the same note where Crazy left off. I wonder if Alicia and Liv will come back for a video? Sounds like the guys had a little help from a drum machine on a song or two - but not too worry they haven't thrown in the drumsticks. So if you're a new Aerosmith fan, or have been around for the last couple of rides and you want something to rock to - pick up a copy and crank it!

Rating:4

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