Aerosmith ‎– Nine Lives

Columbia ‎– CK 67547
CD, Album, Enhanced


1 Nine Lives 4:01
2 Falling In Love (Is Hard On The Knees) 3:26
3 Hole In My Soul 6:10
4 Taste Of India 5:53
5 Full Circle 5:01
6 Something's Gotta Give 3:36
7 Ain't That A Bitch 5:26
8 The Farm 4:27
9 Crash 4:26
10 Kiss Your Past Good-Bye 4:32
11 Pink 3:55
12 Attitude Adjustment 3:44
13 Fallen Angels 8:17



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COL 485020 5, 485020 6, 01-485020-11 Aerosmith Nine Lives(CD, Album, Enh) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia COL 485020 5, 485020 6, 01-485020-11 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
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CT 67547 Aerosmith Nine Lives(Cass, Album, Ban) Columbia CT 67547 US 1997 Sell This Version
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June 2, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This CD contains some very generic-sounding hard rock. It's not all that bad, but would you or I listen to this over and over? I think not. The music in this CD is quite different from previous Aerosmith stuff. That's not to say it's bad or good, but just different. It sounds much more pop-accessible, and the music sounds a little bit more funky than your traditional hard rock. The artwork in the liner notes are pretty cool. Conclusion? Unless you're a real Aerosmith fan, don't bother to buy this CD. There are a couple of songs worth listening to, including "Taste Of India," "The Farm," and "Attitude Adjustment."