Sunday, April 6, 2014

Aerosmith: Get Your Wings 40th anniversary featured on In The Studio

The 40th anniversary of Aerosmith’s sophomore album, “Get Your Wings”, is featured on the latest edition of North American rock radio series In The Studio.

All five band members join host Redbeard to talk about the project, the first of many to be produced by Jack Douglas.

The follow-up to the band’s self-titled 1973 debut, “Get Your Wings” features Aerosmith classics like “Same Old Song And Dance”, “S.O.S. (Too Bad)”, “Lord Of The Thighs”, and their rocking cover of Tiny Bradshaw’s 1951 R&B track, “Train Kept A-Rollin.”

“Get Your Wings” hit US gold (50,000 copies) just 6 weeks after its release, but it took another 11 years to hit the 1 and 2 million-selling mark, eventually reaching triple-platinum for 3 million sales.

The album peaked at No. 74 on the US Billboard 200 album chart.

Check out the 40th anniversary of Aerosmith’s "Get Your Wings" on In The Studio here.

Aerosmith will resume their Global Warming Tour in support of their latest album, "Music From Another Dimension", on May 14 in Istanbul, Turkey, followed by summer dates across North America with Slash.

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