Aerosmith is ranked number 226 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 9,572.
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- Joe Perry
- Steven Tyler
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Aerosmith best albums
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This artist has a Bayesian average rating of 76.0/100, a mean average of 74.8/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 76.0/100. The standard deviation for this artist is 15.9.
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Going through their discography, they're a lot better band than I think a lot people would think. Steven Tyler is an incredible singer, Brad Whitford and Joe Perry are a dual guitar attack, and Joey Kramer and Tom Hamilton are a very solid rhythm section holding everything together. Their 70s output is a high watermark in blues-derived hard rock and proto-metal that continues to be highly influential, but honestly, a few of their post-70s albums like Rock in a Hard Place, Permanent Vacation and Pump are nothing to sneeze at.
Their legacy and overall current image I believe was really hurt by their 90s and 2000s output, where the band went fully commercial and produced banal radio power ballads. But thankfully, I think most people both young and old seem to be rediscovering how kickass 70s Aerosmith really was.
definitive american blues rock in the 70s....
a decent hard rock band. really just a poor man's rolling stones though
Hard-rocking band which was never really my cup of tea. There's no denying their craftsmanship on a few lightning in a bottle hits.
A once proud standard bearer of the best of classic hard rock who descended into mindless arena schlock and ultimately became nothing more than a parody of themselves.
Despite their commercial endeavours beginning with Permanent Vacation, Aerosmith's 70s output is too good to ever discount this band as being one of the best hard rock bands of all time. Toys in the Attic and Rocks are classics in the genre. Get Your Wings, Done In Mirrors and their self-titled debut are also great albums as well.
I loved this band when I was in high school, but nowadays I'm having a hard time remembering why.
Great band who had a very interesting career due to their hugely successful comeback in the late 80s. Their first album has some great tunes but Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic and Rocks are classics in my book. They were less successful until Permanent Vacation, Pump and Get A Grip which started to creep a little too far into the commercial. I’d also recommend the compilation album Gems. They were highly influential to great 80s bands like Motley Crue and Guns N Roses.
Their 70's stuff is definitive Hard Rock. However everything after Draw the Line is mostly awful
A good band but slightly overrated in my opinion. There are usually a few really strong tracks on all the albums and Tyler can definitely sing but it all runs together after a while. Not enough hard rockers on most of their albums either. A good band definitely but I have to be in the mood to listen to them.
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