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    This might just be the fan boy in me but Aerosmith doesnt get enough props. I will admit though they are my favorite classic rock band so I might be slightly bias. However if you listen to any major 80's hard rocker one of the first things they will say as an influence is Aerosmith. I remember Slash saying that his favorite guitar song of all times (and remember this is slash, one of the all time great guitarists) is "back in the saddle". Joe Perry's guitar work was light years ahead of the times. Not to mention they had one of the all time great frontmen. Anyone who has seen stephen tyler belt out some wickedly high vocal live and then do back flips across the stage knows exactly what im talking about.
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