DescriptionGenre: Rock & Pop
Artist/Group Name: Aerosmith
Release Date: 10/17/2006
Original Release Date: 2006
Length of CD: 79:22
Label: Columbia (USA)
Total Time: 79:22
1. Dream On
|2. Mama Kin|
|3. Sweet Emotion|
|4. Back in the Saddle|
|5. Last Child|
|6. Walk This Way|
|7. Dude (Looks Like a Lady)|
|8. Rag Doll|
|9. Love in an Elevator|
|10. Janie's Got a Gun|
|11. What It Takes|
|13. Livin' on the Edge - (Closer/Edge CHR Edit mix)|
|15. I Don't Want to Miss a Thing - (Pop Mix)|
|17. Sedona Sunrise - (new recording)|
|18. Devil's Got a New Disguise - (new recording)|
Aerosmith: Tom Hamilton , Joe Perry , Joey Kramer, Steven Tyler, Brad Whitford.
Personnel: Steven Tyler (vocals, harmonica, background vocals); Joe Perry (guitar, background vocals); Brad Whitford (guitar); Paul Prestopino (banjo); David Woodford (saxophone); Jay Messina (marimba); Tom Hamilton (bass guitar, background vocals); Joey Kramer (drums); Bob Dowd, Bruce Fairbairn (background vocals).
Additional personnel: Run-D.M.C..
Audio Mixers: Steven Tyler; Marti Frederiksen; Brian Paturalski.
Recording information: Intermedia Studios, Boston, MA (??/1972-03/1976); Little Mountain Sound Studios, Vancouver, British Colum (??/1972-03/1976); Pandora's Box (??/1972-03/1976); Record Plant Studios, New York, NY (??/1972-03/1976); Where House, Waltham, MA (??/1972-03/1976).
Photographers: Ross Halfin; Ron Pownall.
Arranger: Matt Serletic.
Longtime Aerosmith fans are likely to quibble about the set list here. How to pare down one of rock's all-time greatest and longest-running rock bands to 18 songs? Even so, 2006's DEVIL'S GOT A NEW DISGUISE: THE VERY BEST OF AEROSMITH does an admirable job, offering a single-disc crash course in the group's biggest and best-known tunes.
Ranging from the their 1970s heyday throughout their astonishing late '80s comeback and beyond, DEVIL'S plays like a feel-good hard-rock radio revival. Old-schoolers will be happy to find the staples--"Dream On," "Walk This Way," and "Sweet Emotion"--while second-generation Aerosmith fans will find blockbuster MTV fare like "Cryin'" and "Crazy." The band's patented boogie shuffle is accounted for on "Back in the Saddle" and "Rag Doll," among others. Two new tracks, one of which gives the album its title, are also included.
Recording Type: n/a