25 years ago today Aerosmith releases Cryin'. It was released by Geffen Records on June 20, 1993 as a single from their April release, Get a Grip. The single went gold and sold 600,000 copies. The song's music video features Alicia Silverstone, Stephen Dorff and Josh Holloway. The video was a smash success on MTV, becoming one of the most requested videos in 1993, and earning the band several awards at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Opening with “Toys in the Attic,” the title track of their 1975 album, the band was in fine form, with Tyler’s yelp leading his bandmates’ insistent chug as the crowd packed in more tightly. From there, Aerosmith ran through a 14-song set with a couple of chestnuts from its earliest albums — the winking biblical allegory “Adam’s Apple,” the wailing Brad Whitford showcase “Last Child” — and massive ’90s hits like the harmonica-laden “Cryin’” and the schmaltz-covered power ballad
AeroHistory: May 3, 1976 #Aerosmith releases their fourth studio album 'Rocks'. #Rocks was ranked #176 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The album was one of the first albums to ship platinum when it was released. The album has since gone quadruple platinum. Tracks: 1. "Back in the Saddle" 2. "Last Child" 3. "Rats in the Cellar" 4. "Combination" 5. "Sick as a Dog" 6. "Nobody's Fault" 7. "Get the Lead Out" 8. "Lick and a Promise" 9. "Home Tonight" What is