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  • Audio CD (5 Nov. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Columbia
  • ASIN: B0085RQLXK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
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15th studio album from the award-winning American rock band. Featuring the singles 'Legendary Child', 'Lover Alot', 'What Could Have Been' and 'Can't Stop Loving You', the album is the band's first since 2004, and their first containing solely original material for more than ten years.

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael Hunter on 6 Nov. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I'd given up om them to be honest. Thought they'd become another tired old band trading on past glories. Out of the jaws of defeat, they pull out another 'permanent vacation'. It loses a star because of Joe Perry's awful vocals on two tracks and a lack of quality control which should have made it a ten or eleven track album which would have been a killer. There's some proper rock going on here, not the dross that was served up on 'just push play'. 'out go the lights' and 'street Jesus' are bona fida classic Aerosmith. The ballads have always divided opinion but they are top quality, with 'what could have been love' on a par with 'I don't wanna miss a thing'. I urge all rock/jaded Aerosmith fans to buy it. It put a big daft grin on my face and isn't that what rock is supposed to do?
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R Suchde on 26 Nov. 2012
Format: Audio CD
I felt I had to write this review to counteract some of the very negative reviews. It really is not as bad as some reviews make it out to be, especially after a few listens.

I feel expectations from this album have been too high, what with Jack Douglas producing and the hype that it was going to be a throwback to 70's Aerosmith. This is 2012...that was never going to happen. Instead what we have here is what we should have been expecting...a very contemporary sounding Aerosmith record.

Much of the criticism is based on the number of ballads and generally the amount of filler. It's really not so bad. Yes there are a lot of ballads, but they are quite decent. In fact the one they released as a single `What Could Have Been Love' I believe would have been a massive hit if released during the Get a Grip era. The other ballads are pretty good, except for the Carrie Underwood duet and maybe `Tell Me'. The chorus of `Tell Me' lets it down....it gets very dreary very quickly. It sounds a bit like a leftover from Nine Lives. And as for the Carrie Underwood duet, it is just so un-Aerosmith and un-rock n roll. It would have made for a very decent Carrie Underwood solo song, but it is not Aerosmith and is definitely a track I could do without. But the rest of the ballads are pretty good including surprisingly the Dianne Warren penned number `We All Fall Down'. Sure, it's a bit cookie cutter, but who cares when it is sung so well by Mr Tyler.

The two Joe Perry sung songs really do seem unnecessary, especially the extremely dull `Something'. That's what solo albums are for in my opinion. These two tracks are the only tracks on this album I would describe as pure filler...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By I. H. Roblin on 6 Nov. 2012
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The music here is as raw as their classic 70s albums and Joe Perry's guitar slams through the air-waves like a chain-saw at times. Even the album finale, 'Another last goodbye', is reminiscent of 'Home tonight' or 'Mia', with the gentle & moving piano chords.

Highlights, pour moi : 'Oh yeah', 'Out go the lights', 'Street Jesus' (a furiously-paced rocker), 'Something' (Joe Perry vocals and out comes the chain saw again).

Like a trip back to the 70s. As promised on 'The Jonathan Ross Show', they will be the last band standing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Johnny B on 18 Nov. 2012
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I am amazed by the bad reviews 'Music From Another Dimension!' has received, both from critics and fans. I think a lot of people have been way too quick to judge this album. While MFAD may not be the masterpiece we might have hoped for, it is a good solid Aerosmith album that offers something for every fan.

This album takes a few listens to get into. First time around, I found it underwhelming, a jumble of tracks that didn't seem to hang together as an album. The fifteen songs veer from (1). Typical Aerosmith fare to (2). Joe Perry songs that sound more like his solo stuff than anything Aerosmith have ever recorded, and then there's (3). The ballads...

1). Some say these sound like Aerosmith-by-numbers, and there's truth in that. 'Out go the Lights' and 'Legendary Child' certainly sound like typical Aerosmith, (Get a Grip era, perhaps). This is not a bad thing. We are Aerosmith fans, after all. Did we really want them to come back after all these years sounding like Deep Purple or Kiss? Of course not. These songs may seem hackneyed at first, but give them a few listens and you won't be able to get them out of your head. The same goes for 'Love XXX' and 'Lover Alot' - Didn't like them much at first, now I can't stop humming them.

2). There are a few Joe Perry-penned tracks that sound like his solo stuff, two of which he sings himself. They aren't typical Aerosmith songs, but so what? Perry has sung some good songs on Aerosmith albums before - if you like 'Bright Light Fright' or 'Walk on Down', you'll enjoy these tracks too.

3). The Ballads. OK, Most Aerosmith fans want to hear rock music, not ballads. I'm no different. There are four big ballads, and you can skip them if you want to; you'll still have eleven new songs to enjoy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr Blackwell TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Nov. 2012
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As an album its several tracks too long and trys to cover all bases,nods to the 70's ,direct jumps back to the 'Vacation & Pump' era and a continuation of the 90's pop ballads.In parts they succeed but ultimately its a flawed disc that fans of each era will find fault with.

The high points,thats obvious,the opening trio is easily the best opening to an Aerosmith disc in decades, 'Luv xxx' is a superb return to the days of 'Dude Looks Like A lady', a gloriously simple chorus and infectious groove and your grinning from ear to ear,that mood continues with 'Oh Yeah' ,yes its another toe tapper(stones influenced no doubt) before 'Beautiful',which contains a superb Perry Solo,brings that mood to a close.

The rest of the disc flucuates widly from the mid paced but decent 'Tell Me',while tracks like 'Legendary Child','Out Go The Lights & 'Something' are all pretty good if somewhat Aerosmith by numbers.Thankfully 'Street Jesus ' stands out like a beacon and the only track that really can be likened to the 70's with its riff taking me back to the days of 'ROCKS'

So it continues, the ballads are overdone,'What Could Have Been Love' wants to be 'Dont Want To Miss A Thing' while 'Cant Stop Lovin You' is a decent lighters in the air moment,by the time you've listened 'We all Fall Down & Closer',they've repeated the strings trick too much. 1 classic 'Dream On ','Home Tonight' or 'Kings n Queens' moment would have been fine rather than several attempts falling short.

Lastly we have 'Lover Alot, which is pretty dreadful, also 'Freedom Fighter' an excellent track let down by the dumb Whoa Whoa's and last but not least the super(musically)' Another Last Goodbye on which i'm afraid Tylers tortured vocals really grate.
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