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Little South of Sanity album for sale by Aerosmith was released Oct 20, 1998 on the Geffen label. This limited edition version comes in a denim package and includes an iron-on patch. Little South of Sanity songs When Aerosmith returned to its original label in the '90s, there were still contractual obligations to Geffen, where they pulled a Lazarus and resurrected their moribund career in the mid-'80s. A LITTLE SOUTH OF SANITY completes the Geffen cycle and unlike most groups who toss together something in order to move on, Aerosmith took great care in compiling this 2-CD live collection that covers more than 25 years. Little South of Sanity CD music is a 2-disc set with 23 songs. ...See Full Description
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||ANOTHER GREAT LIVE HELPING|
This double live CD set is wonderful. It has many of their hits from the late 80's through the late 90's.
By Joel (Miami Fla.)
||HITS GET BORING?!?!?! NO WAY MAN|
Aerosmith is one of the greatest bands in the world. This album was a great idea. It offers many of their most popular hits! I've seen them in concert twice and this album takes me back in memories.
By a reviewer (Greenfield,TN)
This is my favoutire concert, I know it for 3 years and it never gets boring... on this one, Aerosmith kicks a*&.
By Slash9 (Poland)
||Slow Stuff - LIVE|
Don't get me wrong. I've watched Aerosmith since the late 70's. They kicked a&%. Unfortunatley they submit to record execs.
By a reviewer (North Reading, MA)
This is a great Aerosmith live album. It's very polished and at times it doesn't remind you of a live album.
By Jason (VA, USA)
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