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Back when people first started paying attention to Aerosmith in the mid ‘70s, they were called the American version of the Rolling Stones — which really wasn’t fair to either group (even if Joe Perry and Steven Tyler’s working relationship resembled the Stones’ creative team). By the time they released their third album, 1975’s ‘Toys in the Attic,’ the Boston-bred band was rocking a style distilled from the same blues sources the Stones grabbed their inspiration from but with a decidedly ‘70s and American swagger. After following ‘Attic’ with the barnstorming ‘Rocks,’ Aerosmith fell into a decade-long haze of drugs, despair and lackluster records. But the original group cleaned up and reunited in the mid ‘80s and staged one of rock’s greatest comebacks. They released a string of Top 10 albums, including 1989’s multiplatinum-selling ‘Pump,’ which sealed their legendary status for generations to come.

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Larry Hulst, Getty Images

36 Years Ago: Joe Perry Quits Aerosmith

Joe Perry quit Aerosmith after a backstage fight in Cleveland.

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Larry Busacca, Getty Images

Aerosmith Prepare To Celebrate Football ‘Legends’ At Upcoming Tour Finale

Aerosmith’s current Blue Army Tour will end with a winning touchdown pass when they perform at the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s inaugural Concert for Legends.

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Ultimate Classic Rock

17 Greatest Animated Classic Rock Album Covers

Who wouldn't like to see their favorite rock album covers leap to life? That's precisely what you'll find here as we look at these animated album covers.

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Aerosmith, ‘Permanent Vacation’ vs. Bob Seger, ‘Night Moves’: Greatest Summer Song Battle

Aerosmith's 'Permanent Vacation' faces Bob Seger's 'Night Moves' in Ultimate Classic Rock's Greatest Summer Song battle.

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David Klein, Getty Images

17 Years Ago: Joey Kramer Escapes Burning Ferrari

Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer made it through the band's hard-partying '70s and turbulent '80s unscathed, only to find himself staring death in the face at a gas station in Scituate, Mass., on July 15, 1998.

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Tom Hamilton Says Aerosmith Is Not Mad About Steven Tyler’s Solo Album

Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton said that it's "ridiculous" for Steven Tyler to think the group is mad at him for making a solo album.

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YouTube

Meet Rudy Tanzi, the Brilliant Scientist Who Also Plays Keyboards for Aerosmith

Rudy Tanzi is a scientist who also plays keyboards for Aerosmith.

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YouTube

Watch Aerosmith Begin Their ‘Blue Army’ Tour

As promised, Aerosmith rolled into Glendale, Ariz., for the opening date on their 2015 Blue Army tour on June 13.

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Steven Tyler Says Aerosmith Are ‘Not Happy’ With His Solo Country Album

Steven Tyler defends his decision to record a country album despite the objections of his Aerosmith band mates.

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YouTube

‘Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014′ DVD and Blu-ray Announced

Just as Aerosmith prepare to embark on their 2015 Blue Army tour, one of their biggest shows from last year is making a date for its home video debut.

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