Rockin' The Joint Review

artist: Aerosmith date: 04/15/2006 category: compact discs
Aerosmith: Rockin' The Joint
Release Date: Jan 11, 2002
Label: Columbia
Genres: Album Rock, Hard Rock, Blues-Rock, Arena Rock, Boogie Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop/Rock, Pop-Metal
Number Of Tracks: 12
This 11-track album was recorded live on January 11, 2002 at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino as the quintet was pushing their 2001 album Just Push Play.
 Sound: 9
 Lyrics: 9
 Overall Impression: 9
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overall: 9
Rockin' The Joint Reviewed by: unregistered, on april 15, 2006
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Sound: The sound is great, No doubt about it, yet it still seems like there's something missing. Joe Perry and Brad Whitford's guitars have never sounded better. Joe does a great job on the solo in the extened version of Draw the Line. There's still little missing in the bass and drums. They keep the beat, but there's nothing phenominal about them. // 9

Lyrics: Steven Tyler remains a great frontman. If you bought the Dualdisc version, you can see it as well as hearing it. What really concernes me is that Steven Tyler can't hold some of the higher notes longer than in the studio versions, (ex. Beyond Beutiful), yet he still does a great job. The lyrics are the same old Aerosmith, and some good covers of Big Ten Inch Record and Train Kept A Rollin'. // 9

Overall Impression: This is one of their greatest live albums. It's not as long as A Little South Of Sanity, but they still seem to capture that live sound. They have an odd set though, with a couple songs from Just Push Play and I Don't Want to Miss a Thing, but there are still classics like Draw The Line and Walk This Way. I got it used, yet unopened, but you should buy it new if you haven't heard any Aerosmith live or are a big fan. // 9

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