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Repetitive and Desultory
on 10 June 1998
Aerosmith's autobiography Walk This Way describes the band's rollercoaster ride through decadence, drugs, rock and roll, fast cars, and fast women. Reading the book, however, gives one a bumpy, desultory ride. The reader gains interesting insight about the band members, but many tangents interrupt the narrative flow in the book. For instance, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry speak out about their life experiences and this follows with details from managers, crew, and friends. Repetitive at times. The information about drug addiction gets old after awhile. Although this will please Aerosmith fans, newcomers might get lost in the sand.