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Item no. 406273
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Hard Rock
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 CD
Product topic Bands
Band Aerosmith
Product type CD
Release date 07/03/1997
The cheesy Rock ballad „Pink“ quite rightly received a Grammy in 1999. But also the rest of the twelfth Aerosmith studio album „Nine Lives“ released in 1997 deserves a permanent place on the turntable.
EMP Editorial Team

Aerosmith fans have been waiting long enough for a follower of their blockbuster album "Get a grip". The result is more than pleasing. The guys from Boston really worked on their song writing to a great extent. Despite all rumors of breaking up, Aerosmith eventually made it and "Nine lives" once again proves that it was worth waiting. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry understand it like no others how to write great rock n' roll songs. "Sweet taste of india" convinces with its unique sound and "Falling in love" provides you with those catchy hooklines you just can't get out of your mind. "Nine lives" isn't as transparent as "Get a grip" was but it still offers you just as much as the latter.