Aerosmith Greatest Hits
Arguably one of the greatest bands of al time, here are some of Aerosmith’s greatest hits. Always full of fire and thunder and Steven Tyler’s undying voice and looks, Aerosmith lasted for a reason: They could make great music. Once called a knockoff of the Brits’ Rolling Stones, Aerosmith proved critics wrong and blew every other '70s band out of the water.
- "Dream On" Have you heard this song?! Even after all these years Steven Tyler can still scream like he’s twenty and this song still moves anyone who hears it. “Dream On” is one of Aerosmith’s greatest hits, their best arena anthem and one of the greatest songs to come out of the rock and roll genre.
- "Walk This Way" “Walk This Way” only made it to top ten for Aerosmith themselves, but it became an international rap hit for a group called Run-D.M.C. One of Aerosmith’s greatest hits, this song helped propel them into stardom in the '70s and then helped rejuvenate their career in the '80s.
- "Same Old Song and Dance" Like “Walk This Way” “Same Old Song and Dance" never reached number one on Billboard, only making it to 54, but it has become one of the most replayed songs of any of their albums. “Same Old Song and Dance” is one of Aerosmith’s greatest hits because of its sheer ability to last. Its played over and over on the radio and remains incredibly popular.
- "Sweet Emotion" “Sweet Emotion” has an interesting story behind it. Rumor has it that the song is about the cause of the dissolution of the first band lineup during the '80s, fighting between the wives of the band members. “Sweet Emotion” was Aerosmith’s first greatest hit, the song that propelled them into superstardom.
- "Last Child" “Last Child” has one of the most powerful legacies of any of Aerosmith’s greatest hits. It is one of their most replayed songs and is one of Brad Whitford’s best offerings to the band. Whitford helped write many of the more powerful songs Aerosmith ever made.