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Comments on Aerosmith [reply]
 
i find this 1 hard to belive, how can a band as big as AEROSMITH play the apollo an nobody recall's the gig? true this band at that time was truly on some hard drug's,but this is AEROSMITH!!! [reply]
 
I remember they gave out a limited edition 4 track ep as a freebie, in fact I've still got it.
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Remember the gig? How could I forget it?!!
They were total s****e. Steven Tyler could barely stand up and Joe Perry's guitar was out of tune FOR THE WHOLE GIG. That was Aerosmith...drug induced utter p**h. If ever there was a warning to an impressionable teenager to stay off drugs, then this gig was it.
Support band Pheonix were a class act and much better than the 'smiths.
Aerosmith at the Apollo ranks as number one on my worst ever gig guide, behind Deep Purple (Tommy Bolin) and Blue Oyster Cult also at the Apollo.
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I had a few in The Horseshoe before heading up to watch this crap. Everybody wanted to stand, I gave up in that idea, sat down and slept thru the whole racket, mates confirmed it was crap so I was lucky that way, sore head for about 3 days and terrible buzzing in my napper,  good days though! [reply]
 
 
 
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