Okay, so "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" is, without a doubt, one of Aerosmith's best songs ever. The new track "What Kind Of Love Are You On" is also very good. As are the Aerosmith classic "Sweet Emotion" and their cover of The Beatles' "Come Together". In other words, this CD is well worth buying if you like Aerosmith (which I do). However, not all of the songs on the soundtrack are that great. The remainder of the tracks are various songs by 70s and 80s artists; some songs were originally released years ago, a few were written just for this soundtrack. Although these songs definately added to the scenes in the film, they just seem unoriginal on the soundtrack. Furthermore, I don't even remember all of the songs on the soundtrack appearing in the film. Chantel Kreviazuk performs a fine cover of "Leaving On A Jet Plane", but did this song really need to be re-recorded? And "Animal Crackers" will make you sick to your stomach. It's bed enough that we have to listen to that stupid dialogue in the film the first time. What's missing from this CD is the majority of the music score. Armageddon had a great score, but we only get a 3 & 1/2 minute sample on this soundtrack. (I realize that the score has now been released, more or less in its entirity, on a seperate CD, but this was very recently.) Overall, if you like Aerosmith, definately buy this CD. Otherwise, listen at your own risk.