Number 97 – Joe Fucking Perry!!!

On the countdown to a night in heaven
This one drops down one slot from last year’s ranking of ‘96
Off of 2012’s MFAD. Although Jack was the main producer of the album, he didn’t produce this song. This one was produced by Marti Frederickson, who also co-wrote it with Steven and Russ Irwin.

The song was created to climb to the Top of the charts. To hit that “Pop” audience. To be the anchor of their latest Studio album. To ignite sales for the 1st studio work since New Disguise, and really their 1st full album in 8 years….

But in reality, it couldn’t get off the step stool, well except maybe in Japan, where the largely feminine audience reigns. “What Could Have Been Love” is meant for that female Aero fan, and I’m sure for the most part, they all fall on top of this one, but this one…
OH FUCK IT, this one died on the sword!!!
I can’t make this song good, no matter how hard I try. You can rest assured this is NOT a “Blue Army” song!
Like Ultimateclassicrock.com says
“If you want more guitars, more “Legendary Child” more of the much-hyped Jack Douglas sound of Aerosmith‘s rockin’ ’70s, then their new single is not going to satisfy… Rock fans can appreciate the necessity of this style, but few will embrace it like a song that finds Joe shredding on guitar, or Tyler doing his trademark vocal calisthenics between harmonica solos…”
So with that said; I hope you like today’s substitute of Joe shredding…

Number 97
It’s not Aerosmith, but he is Aerosmith, and Aerosmith ain’t Aerosmith without him…
Not a lot goin’ into the lyrics here, but it’s not needed either, just let him GO!
Joe Fuckin’ Perry!

This is Joe “Fucking” Perry; “Shakin’ My Cage”

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