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  • Audio CD (March 6, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B000059Z83
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (305 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #352,410 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Beyond Beautiful
2. Just Push Play
3. Jaded
4. Fly Away From Here
5. Trip Hoppin'
6. Sunshine
7. Under My Skin
8. Luv Lies
9. Outta Your Head
10. Drop Dead Gorgeous
11. Light Inside
12. Avant Garden

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It's difficult to separate Aerosmith from their glorious/inglorious history--one that's seen more revivals than West Side Story. For better or worse, the stalwart Boston quintet carry a load of preconceptions that are impossible to shake. Thus Just Push Play begs the question: If this 12-song set was the product of a bunch of upstarts, would it cause much of a commotion? The answer: Absolutely! Working with coproducers and song collaborators Marti Frederiksen and Mark Hudson, Aerosmith have forged an album that gracefully fuses '70s hard-rock grit with contemporary gloss. The pop-infused likes of the sweeping "Jaded" and the insistent "Sunshine" best demonstrate the formula that Tyler, Perry, and company have settled on for now, while gliding strings surge over Tyler's patented screech and the no-nonsense grind of the four instrumentalists. Mailed-in lyrics and a few self-conscious nods to the times mar Just Push Play, but the pleasures to be had here overwhelm the album's deficiencies. --Steven Stolder

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Luv Lies and Avant Garden are both slow ballads, and that's the album.
"kingofrock379"
As "Nine Lives" before, "Just Push Play" is the next album you have to listen to more often, until you realize what a great CD it is.
Timo Beisel
Quite honestly, some of the songs on this album are really not that good and not worth listening too.
Marsha McAllister

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52 of 62 people found the following review helpful By R. Gorham on March 6, 2001
Format: Audio CD
THE BAND: Steven Tyler (vocals, piano, harmonica), Joe Perry (guitars), Brad Whitford (guitars), Tom Hamilton (bass), Joey Kramer (drums & percussion).

THE DISC: (2001) 12 tracks clocking in at just under 51 minutes. Included with the disc is a 14-page booklet containing band pictures, song credits, song lyrics, and thank you's. Recorded and mixed at the Bone Yard (South Shore, MA). Label - Columbia.

COMMENTS: There are two types of Aerosmith. The 1st is the hard rocking raunch & roll band from Sunapee, NH... wrote great songs during the 1970's because they wanted to and that's what they loved doing... whether they got paid big bucks or not. The 2nd is the commercially successful corporate american business version of the band. Depending on which Aero you like - this will either be middle of the road noise, or it will be wonderful music to your ears. Aerosmith is growing - they are keeping up with the times and incorporating the sounds that are popular today. You will hear drum loops and even rap ("Just Push Play") present. They are growing with the times and I can accept that. If your a fan of the old Aero, like me, this probably isn't going to floor you. In my book, the classics "Get Your Wings", "Toys In The Attic" and "Rocks" were probably three of the greatest rock records of the (70's) decade. If you enjoy the new & more recent releases by Aero (90's), you will dig this album. Previous albums like "Nine Lives" and "Get A Grip" were saturated with the power ballads and were not the true band in their best form (also - movie soundtracks like Armegeddon's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" is a great example).
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Fender on March 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Before I start this review I want to say that when I was in school in th UK in the early 80s The Beatles were almost universally reviled, and I was always a "closet" fan to avoid ridicule. And yet today in th US they're highy regarded. The same band. It makes you realise just how prone to the whims of fashion rock music is!

I lived through the peak of the Aerosmith witch-hunt hysteria (for that's what it truly was) back in 2001. I got so tired of hearing people go on about how horrible Aersomith were, and I gradually stopped trying to convince people that they weren't that bad. All the "Aerosmith have sold out!" cries is about as lame as the "Arthur Miller dined with Communists!" stuff of the McCarthy early '50s.

So burn effigies of Steven Tyler if you must, but the truth is that most people treat bands like sports teams, they cheer their own bands on and revile the opposition bands. Actually, with pop/ rock music, it seems that "credibility" is the over-riding concern of most, not the music itself. In truth if just Push Play had been released by , say Dave Matthews, many would praise it. Why? Because Dave Matthews is a fresh face while Aersomith are seen as an anachronism. In fact, speaking from experience now, I now realise that people who slam bands are displaying some deep rooted insecurity. They need to villainise something. I used to do it myself. But I'm all grown up now. In truth if you don't like something you'd just say to yourself "nah,it's not really my cup of tea" or something. If you let out howls of derision at something, it says more about your insecurities than anything else. I actually wish people would consider themselves fans of songs, rather than bands. It would make things a lot easier.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Wagstrom on March 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Ok, so you've picked up this Aerosmith album, and you're looking at the cover thinking, "What the h-e-double hockey sticks is up with this robot lady and all that dang pink?" I mean, we all know that Aerosmith isn't a band that one would associate with the color pink. (At least not until 1997, that is.) This was my big problem when I gave the record its first spin. I couldn't get past that cover. It's just so...NOT Aerosmith! And to tell you the truth, the first time I listened to the album, it didn't really strike me as worthy. But I love this album. There is just a certain way you have to listen to this album. If you listen to it with "Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" as the last Aero song you've heard, you're gonna think it's a bomb. You're approaching the music in totally the wrong way. Put down the cd case. Bury that cover under your bed somewhere and don't look at it at all. Now take out "Toys". Take out "Pump". And listen. Listen to that. NOW, put "Play" back in. And listen to it again. I think you'll find it's a different experience, and I'll tell you why. Because this time, you're not listening for something to explain that cover. This time, you're listening to the music. You're hearing what Steve, Joe, Tom, Joey and Brad heard when they wrote the stuff. You're hearing the connections between songs like "The Other Side" and "Under My Skin". You can feel the way that "You See Me Crying" evokes the same kinds of emotion as "Fly Away From Here", and that Steven's harmonica hasn't rusted between "Crazy" and "Luv Lies". Can you hear it? Once you get past all the hype and the promos, you'll realize it's still Aerosmith, and it's still rock'n'roll. And it just rocks. What's that? You don't hear anything? Well, my friend, just push play.
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