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He said Aerosmith's next album would be the best one they've ever made. I've always liked his irrational exuberance. It's one of his better qualities.
Welll...not for anyting...but I watched the interview...it was good. Couldn't help wondering throughout that if only our boys could have as much energy, enthusiasm and forward-looking plans as Tyler does. He's 63 himself and came across as great guy...surprisingly self-deprecating and refreshing. Not dreary at all. "We're fighting now but this band (Aerosmith) is going to make the best album we ever made", he said.
There was one Stones related comment...his stage-style was patterned after Janis Joplin, not Jagger. You can think what you like about Aerosmith but at least they're still 'alive'. They're only 3-4 years younger then the Stones but they had several hit albums and songs in the 90's and into the 2000's...and are still quite cool...no moss on these guys. They, apparently, are looking forward to a future as well.This 'American Idol thing?...shrewd and smart re-invebntion of his persona...and nobody really disses him for it. Puts him and his band out front again. Another funny line...'Hey, I get to sit and be in heat beside J-Lo, why not?" It would be great if Mick could let down his guard like Tyler did in this interview and actually say something honest...
Why is every one of your posts so frantic sounding with CAPS?
And don't give me the old "well just don't read the post if you're not interested" BS.
How about not posting that crap?
And i believe the next time you tell us you live in the US but travel to France it will be the thousandth time you've told us. Relax dude.
He has a weird obsession about bringing "breaking news" to the board, coming here with "stop the presses" headlines...hoping it would spark some big huge thread.
And don't even think about ignoring his threads because he'll bump the thread up, pleading to the board to please post replies. After all, he did use the caps lock button...
Here we go again... Dude your obsessive, never-ending complaining about me is older than that worn out Simpson's cartoon take off you still put up since FOREVER.... It's a thin line between love and hate and I just don't feel the hate so it must be love..... That's cool, you can be one of my disciples... My teachings will set ya free...
You can think what you like about Aerosmith but at least they're still 'alive'. They're only 3-4 years younger then the Stones but they had several hit albums and songs in the 90's and into the 2000's...and are still quite cool...no moss on these guys. They, apparently, are looking forward to a future as well.This 'American Idol thing?...shrewd and smart re-invebntion of his persona...and nobody really disses him for it. Puts him and his band out front again.
That will be very painful for the Stones. Richards/Wood is no match for Perry/Whitford and watching (and hearing) Tyler is a lot more pleasant than the same with Jagger. I am a hardcore Stonesfan for two decades now, and I'll always be, but I know livewise the Stones are over. Except for Charlie, they cannot play anymore. Other groups, like Aerosmith or Status Quo or even ZZ-Top, can still rock. At least they control their instruments, whereas Mick's voice is nothing like it used to be or the ancient art of weaving...well it's not 1978 anymore.
I've been listening to a lot of recent bootlegs (Licks and Bangtours) lately and the playing, although a shadow of the danger-rocknroll is still there, is really below par. I threw most of the cd's away when I heard them once, because sometimes it was too painful to hear. Don't get me wrong, I really want the Stones to be no.1 but they just don't deliver anymore, something that most of the other "oldies" still do. Too Bad.
But most of the people don't really listen to the music anyway, so for them there's no problem.