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1987 - Permanent vacation

Post by The ripper on Wed 17 Dec - 16:32









Sortie le 5 septembre 1987





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Post by The ripper on Wed 17 Dec - 16:33

Aerosmith’s 1985 album Done With Mirrors was supposed to be their big comeback record, but the album wasn’t a huge success.  
It was 1987’s Permanent Vacation that gave Aerosmith the comeback they were hoping for.  
In the midst of the hair band movement, Aersomith proved they could compete as peers with younger bands they had influenced
(Cinderella and Guns N’ Roses come to mind).  
They got a little help from a big name producer in Bruce Fairbairn, and a couple of outside songwriters
in Desmond Child and Jim Vallance.  
The three big hits were Angel, Rag Doll, and Dude (Looks Like A Lady).  
Strong deep tracks include Heart’s Done Time and Magic Touch.  
Steven Tyler really sounds great on this album!  If I have one complaint about Permanent Vacation it is that the album limps
to the finish line with the so-so title track, a boring Beatles cover, and a filler instrumental.


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