Walk This Way: The Autobiography Of Aerosmith
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Walk This Way: The Autobiography Of Aerosmith

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By far and away the most candid rock 'n' roll autobiography ever written, Walk This Way is the complete story of five incomparable and uncompromising musical artists who pulled themselves up from nowhere to become rock icons; who crashed and burned spectacularly ; and who rose up gloriously from the ashes to reclaim their rightful titles as World Champion Rockers. But much more than a chronicle of brain-numbing excess, it is a breathtaking study in genius - an exhilarationg look deep inside the music: what spawned and inspired, birthed and moulded the sound that still blows a nation away with the force of a hurricane. This is Aerosmith unbound, where they came from, what they are now, and what they always will be, first and foremost: a truly great American band. Hang on, it's a hell of a ride.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 576 pages
  • 130 x 194 x 36mm | 389g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753502895
  • 9780753502891
  • 784,713

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"We believed that anything worth doing was worth overdoing" - Steven Tyler AEROSMITH! America's Hometown Band - five boys from the Northeast who took the music world by storm and shook it out of its '70s doldrums with their singular brand of turbopowered rock. Rive unparalleled musicians who changed the shape of sound in this country forever - and made living on the edge an art form. Walk This Way is like nothing you've ever experienced before/ Walk This Way is the real thing - an almost day-by-day account of the high and low lfe of a true rock 'n' roll monster, in the words of the guys who made it happen: Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Brad Whitford and Joey Kramer. Here is 25 years of living the rock 'n' roll dream, told with no holds barred or punches pulled - the life, the music, the legends, the truth, the hell, the lost weeks and the women. And, of coursem the drugs. "I mean we're not talking schizophrenia here. Just self-destructive with a sense of humor" - Joe Perry By far and away the most candid rock 'n' roll autobiography ever written, Walk This Way is the complete story of five incomparable and uncompromising musical artists who pulled themselves up from nowhere to become rock icons; who crashed and burned spectacularly ; and who rose up gloriously from the ashes to reclaim their rightful titles as World Champion Rockers. But much more than a chronicle of brain-numbing excess, it is a breathtaking study in genius - an exhilarationg look deep inside the music: what spawned and inspired, birthed and moulded the sound that still blows a nation away with the force of a hurricane. This is Aerosmith unbound, where they came from, what they are now, and what they always will be, first and foremost: a truly great American band. Hang on, it's a hell of a ride.show more

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