AEROSMITH: 'Rockin' The Joint' DVD Portion To Feature Four Tracks

September 13, 2005

According to the SonyMusicStore, AEROSMITH's upcoming live album, "Rockin' the Joint", will be released in two versions: a single-disc version containing just the CD, and the DualDisc version featuring the CD plus the DVD portion.

Recorded live at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas in January 2002, "Rockin' the Joint" gives AEROSMITH fans a snapshot of the band at its fighting best! "Rockin' the Joint" contains 11 smoking tracks covering the band's entire career ranging from the revolutionary "Walk This Way" to the killer chart-topping ballad "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".

The CD Audio Side of the DualDisc contains the entire album "Rockin' the Joint". The DVD Side of the DualDisc contains four live performances: "Draw the Line", "Sweet Emotion", "Dream On" and "No More No More". Plus you'll also get exclusive behind-the-scenes-footage of the band and the entire album in Enhanced PCM Stereo.

AEROSMITH plan to return to arenas for another concert trek this winter. The band will then commence work on the follow-up to last year's blues album, "Honkin' on Bobo". Guitarist Joe Perry expects the new AEROSMITH record to sound like a hybrid of the loose, freewheeling "Bobo" and 2001's more technical "Just Push Play".

"We have 30 years of playing live together, and that's a real asset," Perry told in a recent interview. "And that's what we drew from on 'Bobo'. We didn't have time to do a full studio record, but we wanted to press the reset button and do something that was less layered and precise. I hope some of that rubs off on our next recording experience so there's still some of that live edge."

"Rockin' the Joint" is scheduled for release on October 25 via Columbia.

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