Pump (studio album) by Aerosmith
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The best album by Aerosmith is Toys In The Attic which is ranked number 708 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 2,634.
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Great rock'n'roll album
I think nostalgia stops me giving it a lower score and Other Side is a genuinely great song but damn the production is so slick and the hair rock songwriting is of its time in a not great way.
Favorite Tracks:Monkey On My Back
I had this tape back when it came out. But I can't get away with it now. It's just far too polished production wise for me to enjoy. No wonder as it's the guy behind the big bon Jovi albums of the late 80s and you can tell. I'll stick to their 70s stuff. And from this period I'll take Appetite for Destruction and leave Pump with Hysteria.
I picked this as the number one album of 1989 this came out my freshman year in high school and got me more interested in aerosmith to now I have everything I heard their hit songs from their heyday in 70s but this introduced me to their whole discography and made me a huge fan this is a personally a important record to me
A banda retoma seu lugar nas rádios com imensos clássicos e um pouco de hair rock.
Their last truly good album. I like Get a Grip, but Pump is really where Aerosmith last spurted some creativity. Album mixes pop rock, glam metal and heavy metal with Aerosmith's good old classic raunchy bluesy hard rock.
Very very good hard rock album, with some gems on it. Relentless until What it takes; one of the best Aerosmith album, and a hard rock classic.
Pump, is Aerosmith's best album. It's a vibrant, confident, and energetic classic. The whole band is on the top of their game here, especially Steven Tyler who is singing better than ever. From the opening duo of, young lust/F.I.N.E., the album never lets up, it's a one after the other, in your face rockfest, its breathless. There's no weak tracks here, from the excellent, love in an elevator, the moving, Janie's got a gun, the Beatles-esque, my girl, and the beautiful ballad, what it takes. Monkey on my back, and, the other side, are also worth a mention. A superb record, a rock'n'roll classic.
There is some good stuff on here
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