- Audio CD (19 Mar. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Polydor Group
- ASIN: B000026E0S
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,731 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Done With Mirrors CD
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Proof positive that the Toxic Twins should never be apart, Done with Mirrors was Aerosmith's first album since Joe Perry returned to the band in 1985. Though it didn't garner as much commercial success as did the follow-up Permanent Vacation, this album is in many ways truer to the heart of what Aerosmith was in their 1970s heyday. From the opening drive of "Let the Music Do the Talking" (which reuses that great riff from 1977's "Draw the Line"), to the strong grooves of "The Reason a Dog" and "Gypsy Boots", to the rockin' shuffle of "The Hop", Done with Mirrors is full of strong moments. The two best tracks on the album, though, show Aerosmith heading back to their roots: the swampy rock of "She's On Fire" and the jive-to drive of "Darkness", both of which have the raw, bluesy base of the band's best material. If nothing else, Done with Mirrors indicated that Aerosmith may have been down, but they definitely weren't out of the running yet--something that Permanent Vacation would prove two years later. --Genevieve Williams
Top Customer Reviews
A hardened version of Joe Perry's " Let the Music do the Talkin'" kicks things off at 100 mph, " My Fist, Your Face" just kicks total arse as does " Shame on You". " The Reason a Dog" & " Shela" just smack of classic old school Aerosmith, " She's on Fire" & " Darkness" show a band returning to the top of their game.
This album is largely overlooked due to the lack of radio/MTV friendly singles. A crying shame as this is one of the best albums that Aerosmith made.
I originally bought this on cassette from a bargain bin a few months after its release. It was the first Aerosmith album I'd owned - I wore it out and hadn't heard it for a couple of decades until the new album encouraged me to revisit it. Done With Mirrors stands up even better than I remembered.
I'd love to know where Aerosmith would have ended up if this had been the comeback album it deserved to be (and that Permanent Vacation became).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is a good rocker. It's as good as their last few releases. I disagree that what came later was less than this though. What came later up until 'just push play' was excellent. Read morePublished on 9 July 2012 by Michael Dobey