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Great Rock/Metal Albums of 1982: Aerosmith- Rock in a Hard Place

Two reasons exist for why I have never listened to Aerosmith’s 1982 album “Rock in a Hard Place” until this week. Yes, I hang my head in shame and will whip myself mercilessly for this transgression. 643 more words

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Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith by Joe Perry with David Ritz (2014)

Rocks: My Life In and Out of Aerosmith
by Joe Perry with David Ritz
Simon & Schuster, 2014
432 pages

Aerosmith is one of the greatest American rock bands, led by singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry. 373 more words


Great Rock Albums of 1980: REO Speedwagon- A Decade of Rock And Roll

Aerosmith weren’t the only one to put out a great compilation album of all of their best stuff in 1980, REO Speedwagon did likewise with “A Decade in Rock and Roll, 1970-1980.” Unlike Aerosmith however, REO Speedwagon weren’t being written off as finished. 527 more words


Great Rock Albums of 1980: Bob Seger- Against The Wind

For those who read my posting for Bob Seger’s 1978 album “Stranger In Town,” I apologise in advance for repeating myself but the fact remains, Bob Seger is the forgotten hero of 70’s rock. 472 more words


Best Rock Song Movie Openings Quiz

This Monday the XRT Morning Show will feature a visit from our legendary movie reviewer, The Regular Guy. He’ll be on the air at 8:15am to talk about The Academy Awards. 271 more words

Great Rock Albums of 1979: Blue Oyster Cult- Mirrors

Like with Aerosmith’s “Night in the Ruts” album, 1979 featured an album from Blue Oyster Cult, which doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. When most people think of albums by this iconic band, the ones they will usually point out are “Agents of Fortune,” “Fire of Unknown Origin” and “Extra Terrestrial Live.” These are all great classic albums and I am in no way taking anything away from them, it just seems unfortunate that “Mirrors” doesn’t seem to get any mention at all. 283 more words


Great Rock Albums of 1979: Aerosmith- Night in the Ruts

One way you can tell how brilliant a band is is when they put out a decent album when they are at one of the lowest points in their career. 746 more words