Aerosmith

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Aerosmith - Just Push Play Just Push Play
Pop New - LP COL 62088 Columbia
Factory Sealed 2001 Original. Pristine Copy And The First One We Have Seen In Ten Years.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop New - LP GHS 24162 Geffen
Sealed 1987 BMG Record Club Pressing. Includes "Dude Looks Like A Lady."... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop New - LP MVJG 25007 Geffen
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeve. “The Much-Ballyhooed Reunion Of The Original Aerosmith Lineup Had Pretty Much Fallen Flat On Its Face After 1985's Hit-And-Miss Done With Mirrors. Realizing That The Band Simply Couldn't Do It Alone, A&R Guru John Kalodner Capitalized On The Runaway Success Of Run-D.M.C.'S Cover Of "Walk This Way" And Decided To Draft In The Day's Top Hired Hands, Including Knob-Twiddler Extraordinaire Bruce Fairbairn And Career-Revitalizing Song Doctors Desmond Child And Jim Vallance. Together, They Would Help Craft Permanent Vacation, The Album Which Would Reinvent Aerosmith As '80s And '90s Superstars. Pre-Fab Radio Gems Like "Rag Doll" And "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" Remain Largely Unassailable From A "Delivering The Goods" Perspective. But Remember Kids, This Is Aerosmith, So That Can Only Mean One Thing: A Guaranteed Number Of Incredible Tracks For Any Time And Place. These Include The Earthy Voodoo Blues Of "St. John" And The Excellent Hobo-Harmonica Fable Of "Hangman Jury." Finally, The Crowd-Pleasing Schmaltz Of "Angel" Showcases The Band At The Peak Of Its Power Ballad Cheese. A Valiant Effort, This Album Proved To Be The Crucial Catalyst In Reintroducing Aerosmith To The Masses.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
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Look Homeward Angel
Pop Used - LP ZAP 7868 Worlds
Hard To Find Boot, Picture Cover.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop Used - LP GHS 24254 Geffen
Mint And Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. First Copy We Have Seen In Ten Years. Custom Song Hype Sticker And Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Classics Live! Classics Live!
Pop New - LP FC 40329 Columbia
Sealed 1986 Vinyl Featuring Previously Unreleased Live Versions Of "Dream On" And "Sweet Emotion" Plus One New Studio Track "Major Barbra".... more details
 
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Done With Mirrors
Pop New - LP MVJG 25006 Geffen
1985 Japanese Pressing With Obi. New, Unplayed. ... more details
 
Aerosmith - Classics Live Classics Live
Pop Used - LP FC 40329 Columbia
1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve Featuring Live Performances Recorded At Various Concerts Between 1977 And 1983. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Honkin' On Bobo Honkin' On Bobo
Pop New - LP 87025 Columbia
Factory Sealed, Very Limited Edition And Long Out Of Print 2004 180gm Original. Promotional Slash Through Bar Code On Rear Cover. Blues Done Aerosmith Style!... more details
 
Aerosmith - Big Ten Inch Record Big Ten Inch Record
Pop Used - 10 3CS 59905 Columbia
2002 Promo-Only 2 Track Picture Sleeve With Classic Studio Version Of "Rats In The Cellar" On Side 1 And Live Version Of "Lord Of The Thighs" Taken From The 1978 Texas Jam On The Flip.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Gems Gems
Pop New - LP FC 44487 Columbia
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original Featuring The Previously Unreleased, Original Studio Version Of "Chip Away The Stone."... more details
 
Aerosmith - Aerosmith Aerosmith
Pop Used - LP KC 32005 Columbia
1973 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom "Dream On" Hype Sticker. "Aerosmith Clearly Showcases All The Attributes Of The Band That Would Become The Defining American Hard Rock Band Of The '70s. Here, The Stones Influences Are Readily Apparent, From The Jagger-Esque Phrasing Of Steven Tyler To The Group's High-Octane Boogie, But The Group Displays Little Of The Stones' Deep Love Of Blues Here. Instead, Aerosmith Is Bloozy — Their Riffs Don't Swing, They Slide. They Borrow Liberally From Led Zeppelin's Hybridization Of Chess And Sun Riffs Without Ever Sounding Much Like Zep. They Are Never As British As Zeppelin — They Lack The Delicate Folky Preciousness, They Lack The Obsession With Blues Authenticity, They Lack The Larger-Than-Life Persona Of So Many Brit Bands. They Are Truly An American Band, Sounding As Though They Were The Best Bar Band In Your Local Town, Cranking Out Nasty Hard-Edged Rock, Best Heard On "Mama Kin," The Best Rocker Here, One That's So Greasy It Nearly Slips Through Their Fingers. But The Early Masterpiece Is, Of Course, "Dream On," The First Full-Fledged Power Ballad. There Was Nothing Quite Like It In 1973, And It Remains The Blueprint For All Power Ballads Since. The Rest Of The Record Contains The Seeds Of Aerosmith's Sleazoid Blues-Rock, But They Wouldn't Quite Perfect That Sound Until The Next Time Around." Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Aerosmith Aerosmith
Pop New - LP JC 32005 Columbia
Sealed 1973 (More Widely Recognized) Second Issue. Small CC.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Night In The Ruts Night In The Ruts
Pop Used - LP FC 36050 Columbia
1979 White Label Promo With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Jacket And Custom Color Inner Sleeve That Includes An Aerosmith Merch Order Form. Let's Hear It For 70's 3/4 Sleeve Baseball T's!... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rocks Rocks
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 065 Simply Vinyl
Sealed 1998 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue. “Few Albums Have Been So Appropriately Named As Aerosmith's 1976 Classic Rocks. Despite Hard Drug Use Escalating Among Band Members, Aerosmith Produced A Superb Follow-Up To Their Masterwork Toys In The Attic, Nearly Topping It In The Process. Many Aero Fans Will Point To Toys As The Band's Quintessential Album (It Contained Two Radio/Concert Standards After All, "Walk This Way" And "Sweet Emotion"), But Out Of All Their Albums, Rocks Did The Best Job Of Capturing Aerosmith At Their Most Raw And Rocking. Like Its Predecessor, A Pair Of Songs Have Become Their Most Renowned -- The Menacing, Hard Rock, Cowboy-Stomper "Back In The Saddle," As Well As The Downright Viscous Funk Groove Of "Last Child." Again, Even The Lesser-Known Tracks Prove Essential To The Makeup Of The Album, Such As The Stimulated "Rats In The Cellar" (A Response Of Sorts To "Toys In The Attic"), The Stonesy "Combination," And The Forgotten Riff-Rocker "Get The Lead Out." Also Included Is The Apocalyptic "Nobody's Fault," The Up-And-Coming Rock Star Tale Of "Lick And A Promise," And The Album-Closing Ballad "Home Tonight." With Rocks, Aerosmith Appeared To Be Indestructible.” Greg Prato, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place Rock In A Hard Place
Pop Used - LP PC 38061 Columbia
1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. 1E/1A Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Live Bootleg Live Bootleg
Pop Used - LP PC2 35564 Columbia
1978 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Touch Of Ring Wear.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 0035 Simply Vinyl
Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rocks Rocks
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 065 Simply Vinyl
Sealed Long Out Of Print 180gm HQ Import.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop New - LP JC 34856 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original. Custom "Draw The Line" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Shrink Is Open Along Bottom Of Seal With Light Wear On The Bottom Seam, Hence Price.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop New - LP JC 34856 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original With Custom "Draw The Line" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Rare First Pressing Heavy Duty Jacket With The Title Strip Across The Top Of The Jacket. Covert Art By Hirschfeld.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Classics Live II Classics Live II
Pop New - LP FC 40855 Columbia
Sealed 1987 Original. A Live Compilation In Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Classics Live II Classics Live II
Pop New - LP FC 40855 Columbia
Sealed 1987 Original In Custom Inner Sleeve. Custom Song Hype sticker On the Shrink Wrap. All New Live Versions Of 8 Classics.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Done With Mirrors Done With Mirrors
Pop New - LP GHS 24091 Geffen
Sealed 1985 Original. Tiny Saw Cut. “Joe Perry Returned To The Fold In 1985, And Aerosmith Turned Out Their Finest Record Since Rocks. Unlike The Records That Preceded It, Done With Mirrors Is Powered By The Same Smart-Assed Lyrics And Filthy Guitars That Formed The Core Of Aerosmith's Best Songs. It Didn't Receive The Commercial Or Critical Attention That Permanent Vacation Did Two Years Later, But Done With Mirrors Is The Better Album; It Marks The Beginning Of Their Remarkable Comeback.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rag Doll Rag Doll
Pop New - 12 20919 Geffen
Sealed 1988 12 Inch Maxi Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Gems Gems
Pop Used - LP FC 44487 CBS
Hard To Find 1988 Original Featuring The Previously Unreleased, Original Studio Version Of "Chip Away The Stone." Gold Promo Stamp On Back And Custom Inner Sleeve. Vinyl Appears Glossy. Some Rubbing Along Seams Accounted For In Price.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop New - LP PC 34856 Columbia
Sealed 80s Era Issue (Bar Code On Back) Of The 1977 Album.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Jaded Jaded
Pop Picture Disc 67093 Columbia
Hard To Find Die Cut Limited Edition Numbered 7" Picture Disc. Some In A 12" Plastic Sleeve With Insert. This Is Number 3422. Title Track B/W "Angel's Eyes" From The Charlie's Angels Soundtrack.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic Toys In The Attic
Pop Used - LP PC 33479 Columbia
Beautiful 1975 White Label Promo With CC And Radio Station Timing Styrip On The Cover. Appears Unplayed. “After Nearly Getting Off The Ground With Get Your Wings, Aerosmith Finally Perfected Their Mix Of Stonesy Raunch And Zeppelin-Esque Riffing With Their Third Album, Toys In The Attic. The Success Of The Album Derives From A Combination Of An Increased Sense Of Songwriting Skills And Purpose. Not Only Does Joe Perry Turn Out Indelible Riffs Like "Walk This Way," "Toys In The Attic," And "Sweet Emotion," But Steven Tyler Has Fully Embraced Sleaziness As His Artistic Muse. Taking His Cue From The Old Dirty Blues "Big Ten Inch Record," Tyler Writes With A Gleeful Impishness About Sex Throughout Toys In The Attic, Whether It's The Teenage Heavy Petting Of "Walk This Way," The Promiscuous "Sweet Emotion," Or The Double-Entendres Of "Uncle Salty" And "Adam's Apple." The Rest Of Aerosmith, Led By Perry's Dirty, Exaggerated Riffing, Provide An Appropriately Greasy Backing. Before Toys In The Attic, No Other Hard Rock Band Sounded Like This. Sure, Aerosmith Cribbed Heavily From The Records Of The Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, And Led Zeppelin, But They Didn't Have Any Of The Menace Of Their Influences, Nor Any Of Their Mystique. Aerosmith Was A Gritty, Street-Wise Hard Rock Band Who Played Their Blues As Blooze And Were In It For A Good Time; Toys In The Attic Crystallizes That Attitude.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop New - LP GHS 24162 Geffen
Sealed 1987 Original. “The Much-Ballyhooed Reunion Of The Original Aerosmith Lineup Had Pretty Much Fallen Flat On Its Face After 1985's Hit-And-Miss Done With Mirrors. Realizing That The Band Simply Couldn't Do It Alone, A&R Guru John Kalodner Capitalized On The Runaway Success Of Run-D.M.C.'S Cover Of "Walk This Way" And Decided To Draft In The Day's Top Hired Hands, Including Knob-Twiddler Extraordinaire Bruce Fairbairn And Career-Revitalizing Song Doctors Desmond Child And Jim Vallance. Together, They Would Help Craft Permanent Vacation, The Album Which Would Reinvent Aerosmith As '80s And '90s Superstars. Pre-Fab Radio Gems Like "Rag Doll" And "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" Remain Largely Unassailable From A "Delivering The Goods" Perspective. But Remember Kids, This Is Aerosmith, So That Can Only Mean One Thing: A Guaranteed Number Of Incredible Tracks For Any Time And Place. These Include The Earthy Voodoo Blues Of "St. John" And The Excellent Hobo-Harmonica Fable Of "Hangman Jury." Finally, The Crowd-Pleasing Schmaltz Of "Angel" Showcases The Band At The Peak Of Its Power Ballad Cheese. A Valiant Effort, This Album Proved To Be The Crucial Catalyst In Reintroducing Aerosmith To The Masses.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Music From Another Dimension Music From Another Dimension
Pop New - LP 8872544281 Columbia
Sealed, Out Of Print 2012 2LP Red Vinyl Plus Bonus CD Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink-Wrap. Music From Another Dimension Presents Aerosmith In Ferociously Fine Form And At The Peak Of Their Powers. They're The Only Band Of Their Stature With All-Original Members Who Are Playing Better Than They Ever Have Before. The Album Abounds With One Highlight After Another, Including "Out Go The Lights," "Oh Yeah," "Luv XXX," "We All Fall Down," "Street Jesus" And "Can't Stop Loving You," On Which Frontman Steven Tyler Duets With Carrie Underwood. The Album Also Includes "Freedom Fighter" Which Features Johnny Depp On Backing Vocals.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Nine Lives Nine Lives
Pop New - LP MOVLP102 Music On Vinyl
Sealed 180gm 2LP Reissue Housed In A Resealable Bag. Includes Custom Inner Sleeves. Recorded In 1997.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Big Ones Big Ones
Pop Used - LP GEF 24546 Geffen
Hard To Find 1994 2LP Compilation With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Very Tiny Start Of Split On Top Seam. Features Tracks From The 80's/90's Comeback On Geffen Records.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 0045 Simply Vinyl
Rare, Long Out Of Print 180gm HQ Import. Appears Unplayed. “Where Permanent Vacation Seemed A Little Overwhelmed By Its Pop Concessions, Pump Revels In Them Without Ever Losing Sight Of Aerosmith's Dirty Hard Rock Core. Which Doesn't Mean The Record Is A Sellout -- "What It Takes" Has More Emotion And Grit Than Any Of Their Other Power Ballads; "Janie's Got A Gun" Tackles More Complex Territory Than Most Previous Songs; And "The Other Side" And "Love In An Elevator" Rock Relentlessly, No Matter How Many Horns And Synths Fight With The Guitars. Such Ambition And Successful Musical Eclecticism Make Pump Rank With Rocks And Toys In The Attic.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic Toys In The Attic
Pop Used - LP JC 33479 Columbia
1975 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “After Nearly Getting Off The Ground With Get Your Wings, Aerosmith Finally Perfected Their Mix Of Stonesy Raunch And Zeppelin-Esque Riffing With Their Third Album, Toys In The Attic. The Success Of The Album Derives From A Combination Of An Increased Sense Of Songwriting Skills And Purpose. Not Only Does Joe Perry Turn Out Indelible Riffs Like "Walk This Way," "Toys In The Attic," And "Sweet Emotion," But Steven Tyler Has Fully Embraced Sleaziness As His Artistic Muse. Taking His Cue From The Old Dirty Blues "Big Ten Inch Record," Tyler Writes With A Gleeful Impishness About Sex Throughout Toys In The Attic, Whether It's The Teenage Heavy Petting Of "Walk This Way," The Promiscuous "Sweet Emotion," Or The Double-Entendres Of "Uncle Salty" And "Adam's Apple." The Rest Of Aerosmith, Led By Perry's Dirty, Exaggerated Riffing, Provide An Appropriately Greasy Backing. Before Toys In The Attic, No Other Hard Rock Band Sounded Like This. Sure, Aerosmith Cribbed Heavily From The Records Of The Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, And Led Zeppelin, But They Didn't Have Any Of The Menace Of Their Influences, Nor Any Of Their Mystique. Aerosmith Was A Gritty, Street-Wise Hard Rock Band Who Played Their Blues As Blooze And Were In It For A Good Time; Toys In The Attic Crystallizes That Attitude.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop New - LP MVJG 25008 Geffen
Sealed 1989 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Rare! “Where Permanent Vacation Seemed A Little Overwhelmed By Its Pop Concessions, Pump Revels In Them Without Ever Losing Sight Of Aerosmith's Dirty Hard Rock Core. Which Doesn't Mean The Record Is A Sellout -- "What It Takes" Has More Emotion And Grit Than Any Of Their Other Power Ballads; "Janie's Got A Gun" Tackles More Complex Territory Than Most Previous Songs; And "The Other Side" And "Love In An Elevator" Rock Relentlessly, No Matter How Many Horns And Synths Fight With The Guitars. Such Ambition And Successful Musical Eclecticism Make Pump Rank With Rocks And Toys In The Attic.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Get A Grip Get A Grip
Pop New - LP MVJG-32003-4 Geffen
New, Unplayed 1993 Japanese 2LP Original With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeves.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Big Ones Big Ones
Pop New - LP MVJG-32005-6 Geffen
New, Unplayed 1994 Japanese 2LP With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeves.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic Toys In The Attic
Pop Audiophile - LP SVLP 0001 Simply Vinyl
Mint, Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm HQ. “After Nearly Getting Off The Ground With Get Your Wings, Aerosmith Finally Perfected Their Mix Of Stonesy Raunch And Zeppelin-Esque Riffing With Their Third Album, Toys In The Attic. The Success Of The Album Derives From A Combination Of An Increased Sense Of Songwriting Skills And Purpose. Not Only Does Joe Perry Turn Out Indelible Riffs Like "Walk This Way," "Toys In The Attic," And "Sweet Emotion," But Steven Tyler Has Fully Embraced Sleaziness As His Artistic Muse. Taking His Cue From The Old Dirty Blues "Big Ten Inch Record," Tyler Writes With A Gleeful Impishness About Sex Throughout Toys In The Attic, Whether It's The Teenage Heavy Petting Of "Walk This Way," The Promiscuous "Sweet Emotion," Or The Double-Entendres Of "Uncle Salty" And "Adam's Apple." The Rest Of Aerosmith, Led By Perry's Dirty, Exaggerated Riffing, Provide An Appropriately Greasy Backing. Before Toys In The Attic, No Other Hard Rock Band Sounded Like This. Sure, Aerosmith Cribbed Heavily From The Records Of The Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, And Led Zeppelin, But They Didn't Have Any Of The Menace Of Their Influences, Nor Any Of Their Mystique. Aerosmith Was A Gritty, Street-Wise Hard Rock Band Who Played Their Blues As Blooze And Were In It For A Good Time; Toys In The Attic Crystallizes That Attitude.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic Toys In The Attic
Pop Used - LP 25AP 1213 CBS / Sony
Beautiful 1975 Japanese Pressing With Obi. “After Nearly Getting Off The Ground With Get Your Wings, Aerosmith Finally Perfected Their Mix Of Stonesy Raunch And Zeppelin-Esque Riffing With Their Third Album, Toys In The Attic. The Success Of The Album Derives From A Combination Of An Increased Sense Of Songwriting Skills And Purpose. Not Only Does Joe Perry Turn Out Indelible Riffs Like "Walk This Way," "Toys In The Attic," And "Sweet Emotion," But Steven Tyler Has Fully Embraced Sleaziness As His Artistic Muse. Taking His Cue From The Old Dirty Blues "Big Ten Inch Record," Tyler Writes With A Gleeful Impishness About Sex Throughout Toys In The Attic, Whether It's The Teenage Heavy Petting Of "Walk This Way," The Promiscuous "Sweet Emotion," Or The Double-Entendres Of "Uncle Salty" And "Adam's Apple." The Rest Of Aerosmith, Led By Perry's Dirty, Exaggerated Riffing, Provide An Appropriately Greasy Backing. Before Toys In The Attic, No Other Hard Rock Band Sounded Like This. Sure, Aerosmith Cribbed Heavily From The Records Of The Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, And Led Zeppelin, But They Didn't Have Any Of The Menace Of Their Influences, Nor Any Of Their Mystique. Aerosmith Was A Gritty, Street-Wise Hard Rock Band Who Played Their Blues As Blooze And Were In It For A Good Time; Toys In The Attic Crystallizes That Attitude.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop Used - LP P 13557 Geffen
Japanese Pressing With Obi And Custom Inner Sleeve. Two Small Tears In Obi. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “The Much-Ballyhooed Reunion Of The Original Aerosmith Lineup Had Pretty Much Fallen Flat On Its Face After 1985's Hit-And-Miss Done With Mirrors. Realizing That The Band Simply Couldn't Do It Alone, A&R Guru John Kalodner Capitalized On The Runaway Success Of Run-D.M.C.'S Cover Of "Walk This Way" And Decided To Draft In The Day's Top Hired Hands, Including Knob-Twiddler Extraordinaire Bruce Fairbairn And Career-Revitalizing Song Doctors Desmond Child And Jim Vallance. Together, They Would Help Craft Permanent Vacation, The Album Which Would Reinvent Aerosmith As '80s And '90s Superstars. Pre-Fab Radio Gems Like "Rag Doll" And "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" Remain Largely Unassailable From A "Delivering The Goods" Perspective. But Remember Kids, This Is Aerosmith, So That Can Only Mean One Thing: A Guaranteed Number Of Incredible Tracks For Any Time And Place. These Include The Earthy Voodoo Blues Of "St. John" And The Excellent Hobo-Harmonica Fable Of "Hangman Jury." Finally, The Crowd-Pleasing Schmaltz Of "Angel" Showcases The Band At The Peak Of Its Power Ballad Cheese. A Valiant Effort, This Album Proved To Be The Crucial Catalyst In Reintroducing Aerosmith To The Masses.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Aerosmith's Greatest Hits Aerosmith's Greatest Hits
Pop Used - LP PC 36865 Columbia
Beautiful Second Issue (Originals Had FC Prefix) Hits Compilation.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Just Push Play Just Push Play
Pop New - LP COL 62088 Columbia
Factory Sealed 2001 Original. First One We Have Seen In Ten Years And The First One We Have Ever Seen With The "Jaded" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Just Push Play Just Push Play
Pop Used - LP COL 62088 Columbia
2001 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Rare! Bottom Left Corner Dent, Hence Price. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings Get Your Wings
Pop Quad - LP PCQ 32847 Columbia
Hard To Find 1975 Gold Label Quad LP. Shrink Still Intact With Custom Hype Sticker. Record Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rocks Rocks
Pop Used - LP 25AP 78 CBS / Sony
Beautiful 1976 Japanese First Pressing Housed In An Embossed Cover With Gold Foil Obi. 5 Stars! “Few Albums Have Been So Appropriately Named As Aerosmith's 1976 Classic Rocks. Despite Hard Drug Use Escalating Among Band Members, Aerosmith Produced A Superb Follow-Up To Their Masterwork Toys In The Attic, Nearly Topping It In The Process. Many Aero Fans Will Point To Toys As The Band's Quintessential Album (It Contained Two Radio/Concert Standards After All, "Walk This Way" And "Sweet Emotion"), But Out Of All Their Albums, Rocks Did The Best Job Of Capturing Aerosmith At Their Most Raw And Rocking. Like Its Predecessor, A Pair Of Songs Have Become Their Most Renowned -- The Menacing, Hard Rock, Cowboy-Stomper "Back In The Saddle," As Well As The Downright Viscous Funk Groove Of "Last Child." Again, Even The Lesser-Known Tracks Prove Essential To The Makeup Of The Album, Such As The Stimulated "Rats In The Cellar" (A Response Of Sorts To "Toys In The Attic"), The Stonesy "Combination," And The Forgotten Riff-Rocker "Get The Lead Out." Also Included Is The Apocalyptic "Nobody's Fault," The Up-And-Coming Rock Star Tale Of "Lick And A Promise," And The Album-Closing Ballad "Home Tonight." With Rocks, Aerosmith Appeared To Be Indestructible.” Greg Prato, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop Used - LP JC 34856 Columbia
1977 Original Housed In The Original Textured Cover Featuring Art By Hirschfeld And Custom Black Inner Sleeve. 1E/1E Stampers.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place Rock In A Hard Place
Pop Used - LP PC-38061 Columbia
1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact With Album Hype Sticker. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop Used - LP GHS`24254 Geffen
Near Mint 1989 Original With Custom Song Sticker On Shrink. First Copy We've Seen In Almost Five Years.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Gems Gems
Pop New - LP FC 44487 Columbia
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original Featuring The Previously Unreleased, Original Studio Version Of "Chip Away The Stone." Large Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop New - LP GHS 24254 Geffen
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm Reissue. “Where Permanent Vacation Seemed A Little Overwhelmed By Its Pop Concessions, Pump Revels In Them Without Ever Losing Sight Of Aerosmith's Dirty Hard Rock Core. Which Doesn't Mean The Record Is A Sellout -- "What It Takes" Has More Emotion And Grit Than Any Of Their Other Power Ballads; "Janie's Got A Gun" Tackles More Complex Territory Than Most Previous Songs; And "The Other Side" And "Love In An Elevator" Rock Relentlessly, No Matter How Many Horns And Synths Fight With The Guitars. Such Ambition And Successful Musical Eclecticism Make Pump Rank With Rocks And Toys In The Attic.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Aerosmith Live: Bootleg Aerosmith Live: Bootleg
Pop New - LP PC2 35564 Columbia
Sealed 1978 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. Clean Cut Out Hole. “Since Aerosmith Had Become One Of America's Premier Rock & Roll Concert Attractions By 1978, It Was Only Natural That An In-Concert Collection Was Issued That Year, The Double Album, Live Bootleg. Unlike Other Live Albums At The Time, It's Obvious That Not A Lot Of Overdubbing Was Involved To Fix Up The Tracks, Which Results In A Refreshingly Authentic Representation Of Aerosmith At The Group's Most Drugged-Out And Rocking. All Of The Performances Were Taken From Tyler And Company's 1977-1978 U.S. Tour (With The Exception Of A Couple From 1973), While The Album's Packaging And Title Were A Joke On All The Poor-Sounding, Unauthorized Live Recordings That Were In Circulation At The Time. Just About Every Classic Is Included -- "Back In The Saddle," "Sweet Emotion," "Walk This Way," "Come Together," "Last Child," "Mama Kin," "Train Kept A'Rollin," Etc. -- As Well As Key Album Tracks ("Sick As A Dog," "S.O.S.," Etc.). But The Album's High Point Has To Be The Aforementioned Pair Of Long-Lost Tracks From 1973 -- Loose And Groovy Covers Of The Yardbirds' "I Ain't Got You" And James Brown's "Mother Popcorn." Although The Performances May Lack The Fire Of The Shorter Classics Live II Set From 1988, Live Bootleg Is An Excellent Representation Of One Of Rock & Roll's Elite Live Acts. Note: To Tie In With The Careless Bootleg Theme Of The Album, The Track "Draw The Line" Is Unlisted.” Greg Prato, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place Rock In A Hard Place
Pop New - LP 88883761441 Columbia
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Toys In The Attic Toys In The Attic
Pop New - LP 88765486191 Columbia
Sealed 2013 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rocks Rocks
Pop New - LP 88883760941 Columbia
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Night In The Ruts Night In The Ruts
Pop New - LP 88883760961 Columbia
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop New - LP 88883760951 Columbia
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Draw The Line Draw The Line
Pop New - LP JC 34856 Columbia
Sealed 1977 First Press Original With The Custom Black Inner Sleeve. Cover Art By Hirschfeld... more details
 
Aerosmith - Rock In A Hard Place Rock In A Hard Place
Pop New - LP 88883761441 Columbia
Sealed 2014 Limited Edition, Numbered 180gm Record Store Day Reissue. Remastered From The Original Source Tapes. Record Store Day Exclusive Release With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Bottom Seam Split, Hence Price.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Pump Pump
Pop New - LP GHS 24254 Geffen
Sealed, Out Of Print 180gm Reissue. “Where Permanent Vacation Seemed A Little Overwhelmed By Its Pop Concessions, Pump Revels In Them Without Ever Losing Sight Of Aerosmith's Dirty Hard Rock Core. Which Doesn't Mean The Record Is A Sellout -- "What It Takes" Has More Emotion And Grit Than Any Of Their Other Power Ballads; "Janie's Got A Gun" Tackles More Complex Territory Than Most Previous Songs; And "The Other Side" And "Love In An Elevator" Rock Relentlessly, No Matter How Many Horns And Synths Fight With The Guitars. Such Ambition And Successful Musical Eclecticism Make Pump Rank With Rocks And Toys In The Attic.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Honkin' On Bobo Honkin' On Bobo
Pop New - LP 87025 Columbia
Factory Sealed, Very Limited Edition And Long Out Of Print 2004 180gm Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Blues Done Aerosmith Style! Tiny Start Of Top Seam Split, Hence Price.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Permanent Vacation Permanent Vacation
Pop New - LP GHS 24162 Geffen
Sealed 1987 Original With The Rare Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “The Much-Ballyhooed Reunion Of The Original Aerosmith Lineup Had Pretty Much Fallen Flat On Its Face After 1985's Hit-And-Miss Done With Mirrors. Realizing That The Band Simply Couldn't Do It Alone, A&R Guru John Kalodner Capitalized On The Runaway Success Of Run-D.M.C.'S Cover Of "Walk This Way" And Decided To Draft In The Day's Top Hired Hands, Including Knob-Twiddler Extraordinaire Bruce Fairbairn And Career-Revitalizing Song Doctors Desmond Child And Jim Vallance. Together, They Would Help Craft Permanent Vacation, The Album Which Would Reinvent Aerosmith As '80s And '90s Superstars. Pre-Fab Radio Gems Like "Rag Doll" And "Dude (Looks Like A Lady)" Remain Largely Unassailable From A "Delivering The Goods" Perspective. But Remember Kids, This Is Aerosmith, So That Can Only Mean One Thing: A Guaranteed Number Of Incredible Tracks For Any Time And Place. These Include The Earthy Voodoo Blues Of "St. John" And The Excellent Hobo-Harmonica Fable Of "Hangman Jury." Finally, The Crowd-Pleasing Schmaltz Of "Angel" Showcases The Band At The Peak Of Its Power Ballad Cheese. A Valiant Effort, This Album Proved To Be The Crucial Catalyst In Reintroducing Aerosmith To The Masses.” John Franck, AMG.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings Get Your Wings
Pop New - LP 88765486151 Columbia
Sealed 2013 Record Store Day Limited, Individually Numbered Edition 180gm Reissue. This Is Number 1166.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Get A Grip Get A Grip
Pop New - LP B0025184-01 Geffen
Sealed 2016 180gm 2LP Reissue. An Album Full Of Radio Ready Hit Ballads Such As "Cryin'," "Amazing," And "Crazy," That Fit Well Alongside Rockers Such As "Livin' On The Edge" And "Eat The Rich." A Cohesive Record That Solidifies Aerosmith As Hitmakers For The MTV Generation.... more details
 
Aerosmith - Classics Live II Classics Live II
Pop Used - LP FC 40855 Columbia
1987 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Mastered At Sterling Sound By Jack Skinner.... more details
 

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