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Pump

AerosmithAudio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (November 20, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 1989
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B00005QEO1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,891 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Building on the success of the more pop-oriented Permanent Vacation, this 1989 release banished any doubts that Aerosmith's unlikely late-'80s comeback was a fluke of nature--or merely the product of shrewd record company calculations. That Aerosmith could produce a pair of albums to rival Toys in the Attic and Rocks after a decade-and-change of decay and despair seemed all but unnatural. While Vacation's other key players (producer Bruce Fairbairn, outside songwriters Jim Vallance and Desmond Child) are still part of the mix, it's the band's familiar, tough swagger that powers this collection from the get-go. And while the Vallance-Child collaborations ("The Other Side" and the power ballad "What It Takes," respectively) were successful, it's telling that the album's twin pop-rock evergreens, "Love in an Elevator" and "Janie's Got a Gun," originated entirely within the band; the old dogs had not only learned a few new tricks, they seemed bent on tutoring their would-be trainers in the bargain. Pump is the high point of Aerosmith's improbable second chapter--and one of their best albums, period. --Jerry McCulley

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hardrocking Post Comeback Masterpiece November 17, 2003
Format:Audio CD
In 1987 Aerosmith made a huge comeback after being considered 70s has beens. Still riding high on Permnant Vacations success the band entered a studio in Vancouver. With the sessions done in 1989, Aerosmith unleashed another hardrocking masterpiece. This album recaptured their 70s swagger & took it to new levels. The band fires on all cylinders and this album contains no weak spots. This album is fun, fast, and is a goodtime like a rock album should be.
1. Young Lust. 10/10 Starts the album with a bang. Great drum solo ending.
2. F.I.N.E. 10/10 Great hard driving song. I love the sexual innuendo.
3. Love in an Elevator. 10/10. Amazing guitar solos drive this song. Brillant sleazy lyrics, dripping with innuendo. One of their best ever.
4. Monkey on my Back. 9/10 Another great hard driving rock song.
5. Janie's Got a Gun. 10/10 Covers the serious topic of child abuse and manages to flat out rock. Very gutsy, dark song, and a true masterpiece. I know people who hate Aerosmith but concede this is a great song.
6. The Other Side. 10/10 Starts with some Dulcimers then they unleash on another great hard rock song.
7. My Girl. 7/10 The album dips a bit at this point only because those first 6 songs were so blistering. This is still a good song just overshadowed by the preceding songs.
8. Don't Get Made Get Even. 8/10 Captures the attitude towards and ex.
9. Vodoo Medicine Man. 7/10 Good song, but another one that is overpowered by the earlier better songs.
10. What it Takes. 9/10 Very good album closer about surviving a break up & moving on. It is a power ballad but holds up unlike most 80s power ballads.
Many consider this Aerosmith's best album. It is their best after the 70s for sure. Must have for hardcore fans and a good place to start for those just getting into Aerosmith.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LEAVES ME SCRATCHIN' FOR MORE !!! September 19, 2007
Format:Audio CD
Aerosmith made several excellent CDs along the way; and they still go strong with plenty of life left in them! This CD by Aerosmith, Pump, gives us an excellent collection of more instantly classic rock tunes and ballads by these masters of rock and roll.

The CD track set begins with "Young Lust." The electric guitars work well to start off the number-- and the CD--just right. Steven Tyler cries out and then starts singing about the lust we all experience when we're young and spend time with someone we find really, really hot. The drums, percussion and guitars make a great musical arrangement that lets "Young Lust" take off like a jet! "F.I.N.E.*" rocks hard; the band performs this excellent number about how excited a young man is to spend time alone with his girlfriend. Great! Good subtle changes between major and minor chords, too.

"Love In An Elevator" starts with a few spoken lines to set the tone for this ballad about love, lust and romantic attraction between man and woman. Aerosmith compares love in an elevator to making love; the electric guitars, drums, percussion and bass work wonders for the arrangement. Steven Tyler and Joe Perry sing "Love In An Elevator" like the pros that they are! The band jams hard, too. Great! "Janie's Got A Gun" begins with an eerie sounding intro that has some awesome minor chords; Aerosmith sings of a woman who's been so abused by her father that she wants to use a gun to kill him. The drums make "Janie's Got A Gun" even better; and Aerosmith does this ballad to perfection. The chorus is very well done; and the band jams, too. I predict that you will like "Janie's Got A Gun" very much.

"Don't Get Mad, Get Even" explores the hatred a person can feel for another after they've been wronged.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Aerosmith's last really good album (4.5 stars) August 27, 2011
Format:Audio CD
Aerosmith's 1989 album, Pump, was the band's last really good album as well as the last one that you can say is on a similar level as their great records of the `70s. Their previous album, Permanent Vacation, brought the band back in the spotlight with its hit singles but it also had some filler within its grooves. But there's no such thing on Pump and you can hear the band's confidence in their performances. Four more hits for the band including one of their best singles ever in "Jamie's Got a Gun" and the deeper cuts ranged from solid to excellent. "Love in an Elevator" was the first single and while it gained mixed reviews from the critics, it was quite catchy. "The Other Side" mixed the guitars and loud horn lines well while "What It Takes" was the band's last great ballad until they went all corporate rock in the `90s. As for the remaining tracks, "Young Lust" is a smoking opener that leads right into "F.I.N.E." which carries the mighty swagger of their `70s heyday. The rest of the tunes are all good as "Monkey on My Back" is a tough rocker that got some AOR airplay, "My Girl" is a straight ahead rocker with some clever wordplay, and "Voodoo Medicine Man" has this sick groove that you can't help but get into. All told, Pump is a heck of an album and is among Aerosmith's best.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Aerosmith: "Pump" February 13, 2009
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By the late 1980s, rock and roll was all about putting on a cutting-edge, exciting display of powerful guitar, drum, bass and vocals. By 1989, the third time back in the studio of the original lineup of Aerosmith (Steven Tyler- Vocals Keyboards and Harmonica, Joe Perry- Guitar, Brad Whitford- Guitar, Tom Hamilton- Bass, and Joey Kramer- Drums) proved to be the true charm for Aerosmith, and they cranked out a real rocker headed for a hall of fame.

PUMP is the second peak of the band's career (after their commercial plunge in the early 1980's due to declining record sales and inner group turmoil) It builds upon their catchy music that brought new fans who enjoyed 1987's Permanent Vacation, and ties the classy new co-writing team of Desmond Child and Jim Vallance who helped out on several tracks on PUMP to Perry and Tyler's hard-cutting edge and sleazy, slick lyrics that earned Aerosmith immense popularity on their 1970's albums.

Most of the tracks here are so well constructed that at a first glance, the casual listener won't really skip any tracks on the first go. There have been several radio singles to have come from this album, the slick "Love in an Elevator", the catchy "Janie's Got a Gun" (A Grammy Winner), the rocker "The Other Side", and my personal favorite, the closing ballad, "What It Takes".

"Young Lust" opens as a hard hitting fast-paced rocker that will pretty much define the superiority of the record on its own. My favorite part is at the conclusion where Kramer goes on a 30-Second drumming spree that leads into the secondary rocker "F.I.N.E.". The Fun doesn't end there. If you're not at least grinning by now, then this isn't your record.
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Aerosmith continued their unlikely comeback with a second powerful album, "Pump." Working off the momentum sipplied by "Permanent Vacation" and still collaborating... Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT GREAT ALBUM!!!!!!
WOW!!!! This is REALLY one of the best AEROSMITH albums EVER!!!!! in par with classics like ROCKS and TOYS IN THE ATTIC..... Read more
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This has to be one of Aerosmith's finest albums and I am so hapy that I made this purchase. Thanks much!
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