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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits

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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits by Aerosmith

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Aerosmith's Greatest Hits

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Label: Columbia
Opening with the mother of all sweaty-palmed grade school slow-dance numbers, "Dream On," this collection was, for years, all anyone needed from Aerosmith, except for the glaring and inexplicable omission of the intro to "Sweet Emotion." Still, "Walk This Way," "Last Child" and "Back in the Saddle" form a one-two-three punch that simply can't be played loud enough. "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" is one the band's finest moments, and "Kings and Queens" is downright weird. Basically everybody in America had a copy of this in the '70s.

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Opening with the mother of all sweaty-palmed grade school slow-dance numbers, "Dream On," this collection was, for years, all anyone needed from Aerosmith, except for the glaring and inexplicable omission of the intro to "Sweet Emotion." Still, "Walk This Way," "Last Child" and "Back in the Saddle" form a one-two-three punch that simply can't be played loud enough. "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" is one the band's finest moments, and "Kings and Queens" is downright weird. Basically everybody in America had a copy of this in the '70s.

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About This Album

Opening with the mother of all sweaty-palmed grade school slow-dance numbers, "Dream On," this collection was, for years, all anyone needed from Aerosmith, except for the glaring and inexplicable omission of the intro to "Sweet Emotion." Still, "Walk This Way," "Last Child" and "Back in the Saddle" form a one-two-three punch that simply can't be played loud enough. "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" is one the band's finest moments, and "Kings and Queens" is downright weird. Basically everybody in America had a copy of this in the '70s.