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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Album But...
Ok First Things First, Aerosmith are my favourite band... And i love this album! However its not really Aerosmiths style.. I could listen to this album all day! Standout tracks are "Jaded" "Outta Your Head" "Avant Garden" "Face" and "Luv Lies". I love this album but its not Aerosmith... If you like pop/rock buy this album but if you want Aerosmith's Style buy "Pump" "Toys...
Published on 20 Feb 2005 by mrbenn88

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3.0 out of 5 stars Bit of a letdown...
This record marks the band's entry into the new millenium but tries a little too hard to imbue a pseudo-cyber-rock feel to proceedings, which does the band no favours (admittedly it does work fairly well on track 9 'Outta Your Head'...but not so elsewhere). There are a few good songs on the CD - the title track jumps to mind as does 'Jaded' and 'Trip Hoppin'. But the...
Published on 8 Aug 2004 by clink


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Great Album But..., 20 Feb 2005
This review is from: Just Push Play (Audio CD)
Ok First Things First, Aerosmith are my favourite band... And i love this album! However its not really Aerosmiths style.. I could listen to this album all day! Standout tracks are "Jaded" "Outta Your Head" "Avant Garden" "Face" and "Luv Lies". I love this album but its not Aerosmith... If you like pop/rock buy this album but if you want Aerosmith's Style buy "Pump" "Toys In The Attic" "Rocks" or the New album "Honkin on Bobo" :)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bit of a letdown..., 8 Aug 2004
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This record marks the band's entry into the new millenium but tries a little too hard to imbue a pseudo-cyber-rock feel to proceedings, which does the band no favours (admittedly it does work fairly well on track 9 'Outta Your Head'...but not so elsewhere). There are a few good songs on the CD - the title track jumps to mind as does 'Jaded' and 'Trip Hoppin'. But the remainder is unfortunately all filler and no manner of production values can hide it...
An album for hardcore Aerosmith fans rather than newcomers...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rock legends still have plenty to offer!, 22 Aug 2002
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michael ferguson (Warminster, Wiltshire United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
For those of you who have already bought the 'just push play' album who may wonder about the wiseness of purchasing an imported version of the same cd can rest assured that this will be well worth their money. Aswell as 2 tracks not availible on the uk version of the album 'i dont want to miss a thing' and 'wont let you down' this offering also includes a bonus second c.d of rare live material featuring performances from the late seventies when the band were argubly the biggest rock act on the planet! Aswell as this the c.d contains two booklets with quality pictures of the band and just push play world tour information,unavailible in the uk release!A must have for any aerosmith fan!
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4.0 out of 5 stars brilliant, 12 Mar 2006
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Farran Chandler (harrogate, england) - See all my reviews
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at first it took a while to get used to but after a while it 'grows' on you and it gets better and better with each time you listen to it. i only bought it at first because of 'jaded' but after you'ved listened to the whole album the other tracks become fantastic
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as i was expecting, 15 Mar 2001
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I was very disappointed when i first listened to this CD. Reading the previous reviews i was expecting another album like Nine Lives or Permanent Vacation, but its not. Yes, it does have a few good tracks and yes it does have some very bad tracks, I don't know why people are saying "the best album since pump" because really its not.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Just push stop, 28 Jan 2004
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Speaking as a big fan of Aerosmith, this was a huge disappointment. Only 2 songs on the CD are worthy of the Aerosmith name, the rest are completely forgettable. I would only recommend buying it to somebody who wants to complete their Aerosmith CD collection. Push play for Pump, Rocks or Nine Lives instead.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars aerosmith loose the plot., 20 Mar 2001
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Just Push Play is a devastatingly bad album. I've been a huge Aerosmith fan for years, I've got every album since their eponymous debut, but this is just bad. Jaded aside (it's not a bad song) there isn't anything on this album worthy of bside status. Do yourself a favour and buy Pump instead.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond Beautiful, 3 Feb 2014
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I feel I should point out that I'm not the typical Aerosmith in that I prefer Aerosmith's musical output starting from 1989's Pump. In fact I was introduced to Aerosmith through their 1997 masterpiece Nine Lives. As a musician myself I have seen the members of Aerosmith constantly grow as musicians on the more recent albums. The musicianship on this album is no exception. To quote David Fricke in his well-written Rolling Stone review, the whole album features "hop-skip-kick-in-the-groin rhythm that show off the cut-granite funk that Hamilton and Kramer have always brought to the party" and "swaggering bundles of double-guitar muscle [from] Perry and Whitford splitting the air with railroad-spike riffs and throwing lead breaks back and forth like hot coals". I will admit that the production is pretty heavy. Nonetheless, you can't fault production when it is done well and gives the band a contemporay sound. Moreover, the heavy production hasn't returned on the recent 'Music From another Dimension'. The great catalog of music Aerosmith has given us should entitle them to experiment every once in a while. And as I said, I feel the great guitar work and Steven Tyler's always unique vocals make every track on this album worthwile. This isn't 'Rocks' or 'Toys in the Attic', but then these albums didn't boast such outstanding and mature musicianship. It's such a strange concept that many 'loyal' fans expect their favorite band to remain in the same spot through many years of existence. I like to see bands (and their musicians) evolve, and as is the case with Aerosmith, they're all the better for it as far as I'm concerned.
If you like good blues-influenced rock music and are prepared to accept contemporary influences, don't hesitate to buy this album. 13 years down the line I'm still enjoying every listen.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 24 Oct 2013
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Very good,
but not Aerosmith's most powerful album, but I love the track 'sunshine'

I would recommend to a friend!
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3.0 out of 5 stars good release., 10 Aug 2012
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Michael Dobey (colorado springs) - See all my reviews
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this had the huge hit 'jaded' on it. It is the bands most poppy release ever. I do like it and aerosmith can make good pop songs, but I want some harder songs too! This just wasn't as hard as usual. It's not terrible , in fact it's a huge seller and that's a good thing.
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