By Matters Furniss

  • Release Date : 2012-02-07
  • Genre : Performing Arts
  • FIle Size : 4.30 MB
Score: 3.5
From 6 Ratings


Aerosmith This is the definitive review of the career and work of Aerosmith – a band that can truly say that it’s seen and done it all.­­ In selling more than 150 million albums worldwide, they became the biggest selling US hard rock act of all time. This eBook features a biography of the band tracing their rise to fame. Also included is a critical review of all Aerosmith’s studio work.


  • Does the noise in my head bother you

    This book was riveting and was an account of the ups and downs of a rock & roll band. Steven Tyler is an educated man which surprised me. He had support from his family at the early age of 15. His love of poems and the books his mother read to him made an impression on how he coordinated his music. Aerosmith is an awesome band and I have a better understanding of the words he writes. Read the book twice, it was that good.
  • Is this book for real?

    By bobtem
    This is most poorly crafted piece of writing I have ever read. I only read it because I was hoping to find a half decent history of the band from someone close to the personalities at the time, or from a professional biographer who thoroughly researched and interviewed the subjects. Instead, this reads like a fan-blog from a 15 year old kid that has missed a few too many of his creative writing classes. Limited vocabulary, scattered chronologies, dead-end references, no insight into the subjects, and even words with the wrong meaning, leave you wondering "what the hell is this?" I want my $3.99 back - that's a pint at my local pub which will leave a much better taste in my mouth. Phooey!
  • Awesome

    By Qwertyuiopasdgfhjklzxcvbnm
    I loved it it was great and I am a great fan of Aerosmith