In addition, it marked eight years since the band's last studio album, the mostly blues cover album Honkin' on Bobo(which also included the lone original song "The Grind"), released in March 2004, and eleven years since the band's l… [2] This is their first studio album since 2004's Honkin' on Bobo and the first to feature all-new material since 2001's Just Push Play, marking the longest gap between Aerosmith's studio albums. On October 20, 2012, as part of Pepsi's NFL Anthems project, Aerosmith released a rewritten version of "Legendary Child" titled, "Legendary Child - Patriots Anthem". Then, it cut to several studio clips of the band rehearsing and recording the album with a commentary by Tom Hamilton. [32] Bassist Tom Hamilton told the Boston Herald in September 2010 that Tyler believes he has the time and energy to continue fronting the band while also being a judge on American Idol. In the fall of 2006, Aerosmith supported Devil's with the Route of All Evil Tour, with Mötley Crüe opening.[8]. Joe Perry, the Keith Richards to Tyler's Mick Jagger, never was happy about Tyler's leap to the small screen but it was just one of many interpersonal squabbles that bled their way into the public. The album was mostly produced by Jack Douglas, who produced five albums for the band in the 1970s and early 1980s (Get Your Wings, Toys in the Attic, Rocks, Draw the Line, Rock in a Hard Place) as well as helped produce the band's blues cover album Honkin' on Bobo (2004). Perry says that 2004's Honkin' on Bobo was actually supposed to be this album, but the energy wasn't right at the time. In addition to Diane Warren, who previously wrote "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" for the band (which remains their only #1 Billboard Hot 100 hit), the album also includes the return of familiar outside songwriting collaborators Desmond Child ("Another Last Goodbye") and Jim Vallance ("Legendary Child"), who each co-wrote one track apiece. The last clip was a montage of small studio sessions. Before the first trailer was released, two small clips of the band in the studio were released, the first an interview with a guitar solo, and the second a jam in the Boneyard (Joe Perry's home recording studio). Although the band had hoped to finish the album before the Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Tour started in June 2009,[13] Perry said that the group "realized there wasn't any chance of getting [the album] finished before we hit the road for the summer." Genres: Hard Rock, Pop Rock. He's been taking great pains to remind everybody of that, so hopefully that's the way it will come out. Reports suggest that the band has possibly been working on this album since at least 2006, and has had many recording sessions. [36] In June 2011, Joe Perry announced that the band was going to meet at the recording studio to produce the next album of the band in July. ", "Aerosmith Chart History (Canadian Albums)", "Danishcharts.dk – Aerosmith – Music from Another Dimension! 20012's Music From Another Dimension! This face is to be of Joey Kramer as he appeared (as a dog) in the music video for "Pink". Is that a good thing? Following that, the video cut to another clip of the new song and then finished. The woman in front is blonde with a red shirt rather than red-headed with a pink shirt. He did his whole thing [on Idol] and then showed up at eight at night and was in the studio until two in the morning. "[35] On January 18, 2011, shortly before the start of Tyler's debut as an American Idol judge for the 2011 season, Tyler declared that "Joe (Perry) has got some licks and I've got a bunch of songs that I've written for solo and/or Aerosmith" and the band would start prepping the album that week. After the intro, the video cut to a clip filmed in the summer of 2011 of Tom Hamilton, Joe Perry and Joey Kramer discussing one of Perry's contributions to the album and working out the guitar riffs. On August 30, it was announced that the new album would be released around May 2012 and that the album would be produced by Jack Douglas, who produced four albums for the band in the 1970s, and also helped provide production on 2004's Honkin' on Bobo. Tyler and Perry remain the band's principal songwriters, with Tyler having credits on eleven songs and Perry on seven songs; four of Perry's credits are solo credits. 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This is the only blight on an otherwise excellent album. Music from Another Dimension! Lead singer Steven Tyler and lead guitarist Joe Perry also co-produced the record, like they have on every record since 1997. Nobody breaks the bank attempting to make a rock album that's everything to everyone, and Aerosmith sound entirely oblivious to this state of affairs, carrying on like it was 1997. A finger sticks up from the top of the 'I' in the word "Music". It was also revealed that the group did in fact do some recording with producer Brendan O'Brien in 2008 but halted because of the health problems of band members. [Deluxe Edition] by Sony, Aerosmith", "Music From Another Dimension! In his statement, Tyler said he is grateful for the support he is receiving, is committed to getting things taken care of, and is eager to get back on stage and in the recording studio with his bandmates. On August 24, 2012, Aerosmith released the first trailer for the album on YouTube. It goes from orange/yellow/white compared to the white/yellow/orange of the regular version. In mid-February 2009, it was announced that the album would be produced by Brendan O'Brien and that the album would likely be recorded live, like their earlier records. A concert in Venezuela was planned for February 2009, but on January 15, 2009, Tyler said the band would be unable to play the gig because of a second knee injury of guitarist Joe Perry. is no worse than Nine Lives. ", "Swisscharts.com – Aerosmith – Music from Another Dimension! The robot holding the bus has the number "1325" on his chest, which is a reference to 1325 Commonwealth Ave, where the band lived when they first formed in the early 1970s. [23] On January 20, 2010, Perry confirmed the band were about to audition for a new singer to replace Tyler.