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Just Push Play album for sale by Aerosmith was released Mar 06, 2001 on the Columbia label. JUST PUSH PLAY was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. "Jaded" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal and for Best Rock Song Just Push Play CD music. Taking the production helm for the first time in the band's nearly 30-year career, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry have come up with a lucky 13th album that fuses the band's rock & roll punch with more contemporary nuances. Just Push Play CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||True Aerosmith fans should be in outrage|
The only thing to say about this CD is that it sucks. I grew up listening to the clasic songs of Aerosmith, when the music was about the music. This album sounds as if it is all made by computer, and under the only goal to make money. I am a big fan of clasic Aerosmith anthoms, such as Train Kept a Rollin', Dream On, Last Child, Same Old Song and Dance,Mama Kin, and so on. I am now embarrassed to call myself an Aerosmith fan after their latest efforts,and any true Aerosmith fan should also be.
By neilyoung2211 (Portland, ME, USA)
||Not Their Best|
This is a pretty bad album it just doesn't seem like the old hard-rocking Aerosmith we used to know. It's one of their worst, if you want you really experience Aerosmith at their best get Rocks, Toys In The Attic, or any of their early works, PUMP is pretty good too. But you should avoid this at all costs.
By TonyG. (Las Vegas, NV)
||The worst Aerosmith album|
There's nothing good to say about this album: bad production, worst songs,... when we thought that they couldn't go downer than with Armageddon song... they release an entire album with the worst side of Aerosmith... as a matter of fact, I prefer not to think about it as an Aerosmith album.
By PkP (Malaga, SP)
Real bad cd.I wish Joe Perry would put the "Joe Perry Project" back together and ROCK!! like he use to.
By rocker (Boston,Ma)
||this could be THE worst sellout EVER|
As a long time fan of Aerosmith I was HORRIFIED to hear how far the mighty hath fallen. There is no redeeming qualities about this record that I could possibly impart to you even if I tried. "Jaded", their cutesy MTV-ish hit single is the BEST song on the record; an album I might add that is dumbfoundly void of Joe Perry's brilliantly crafted riffing and Steven Tyler's whiskey-drenched cabbage patch kid vocal delivery. This bares no resemblance whatsoever to their still brilliant classics "Rocks", "Draw the Line" or even "Get a Grip". This is like watered down pop rocks and there is a reasonable probability that even the reigning pro-censorship queen, Tipper Gore, has this in her collection. Just push play? I think not. Just push eject, pause, stop or erase whichever ends this glaring disgrace in the shortest amount of time. Aerosmith is squarely on the verge of undermining and completely destroying their rather substantial legacy faster than Bill Clinton did. This is about as dangerous as a Walton's Sunday family reunion and that just ain't rock 'n' roll.
By a reviewer (everett, wa)
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Just Push Play songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1598411|
|Release Date||Mar 06, 2001|
|Recording Time||50 minutes|
|Personnel||Steven Tyler - vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano, drums, percussion, squeezebox|
Joe Perry - vocals, guitar, pedal steel & slide guitar, hurdy gurdy
Brad Whitford - guitar
Joey Kramer - drums
Tom Hamilton - bass, fretless bass
Also: Dan Higgins, Tower Of Power, Jim Cox, Paul Caruso, Tony Perry, Chelsea "C.A.T." Tyler, Liv Tyler, Paul Santo