Curious Facts About Aerosmith
- Did you know, that originally Aersmith wanted to name themselves either Spike Jones or Jack Daniels.
- All of you, who own the original artwork-cover of the album “Done With Mirrors” are very lucky. Every single unit is only shown in mirror-writing.
- The album “Pump” was originally supposed to be named “Bobbing For Piranhas”.
- The scene within the videoclip to “Cryin´ “, where Alicia Silverstone is jumping down from a bridge, did cost 10.000 Dollar and lasted only 5 seconds.
- For the recordings of the song “I Don´t Want to Miss A Thing” there was a 52 men string orchestra used.
- Within the song “Hearts Done Time” you can hear the two killerwales Hyak and Fina.
- Aerosmith´s video clip “Cryin´” developed to one of the most expensive productions ever. It cost several Million Dollar.
- The song “Back In The Saddle” tells a story about the groupie Sukie Jones who followed Aerosmith and other bands throughout the Seventies.
- The song “Lightnin´ Strikes” is the only song, where Brad Whitford plays the leadguitar and not Joe Perry.
- “Nine Lives” developed out of an inspiration during an AC/DC gig.
- During the “Get A Grip” tour, Aerosmith used on the whole 96.450 guitar strings and 59 guitars.
- If you listen to the song “Sweet Emotion” backwards, you can hear something like “Fuck You Frank”.
- Aerosmith took a whole ton of carottes with them in 1978. Whatever they were used for.
- The fact is, Aerosmith sold to the very day more than 90 Million records. 50 Millions alone in the US.
- Steven Tyler made 652 flip overs on the Pump-tour.
- When Steven Tyler were thrown out of the Highschool he stole the bass of the school band. He´s still got it. And you can hear the instrument at the end of the song “Livin´On The Edge”.
- On the track “Home Tonight”, Steven tyler plays piano and is accompanied by a 101 men orchestra.
- Aerosmith is the first band, who were allowed to sign in on the walk of fame.
- The band uses a jet named “Cessna Citation 2”. They now call it “Airforce One”.
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