They seem to make a living out of releasing live versions of their songs, but once again, to the Aerosmith fan, this CD is indispensible.
Obviously taking place in Las Vegas, this live show features songs that are not very well known to the casual music fan. Sure, they sing Walk This Way and I Don't Want To Miss A Thing (both versions one of the better tracks on the album), but the rest of the CD is older, less recognisable songs. If you are a newcomer to Aerosmith, then this CD is probably not the best place to start.
For fans, its great to hear the band play songs they don't usually perform live. Rattlesnake Shake is the stand out on the album, and Joe Perry's instantaneous, improvised solos are a joy to behold.
The album is slightly short, I bet they performed more than 11 songs at the actual show, and the first song is just a Good Evening introduction, not a proper song, but even so, I didn't feel short changed listening to the album. It was a fun, exciting show, and filled with all the Steve Tyler trademarks.