Top 50 Aerosmith songsHits, and none hits, along with songs that I DON'T like because they are and/either overrated or and/either aren't their style. This is a list, not listed least to greatest of greatest to least.
1. Dude Looks Like A Lady
Album: Permanent Vacation (1987)
This song was produced by Steven Tyler and Desmond Child. It is based off of Vince Neil from Motley Crue. Desmond Child originally had it "Do It Like A Lady" til Steven met Vince Neil and said "Dude Looks Like A Lady", so there for the name of the song was changed to Dude Looks Like A Lady.
DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADYYY!!
2. Walk This Way
Album: Toys In The Attic (1975)
This song was produced by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. Steven has wrote the original lyrics on a notebook and left them behind in a Taxi.
The Ultimate Led Zeppelin List: 82 Ranked Songs.It's three o' clock in the morning, I'm too sore to sleep, let alone worry about getting up for school tomorrow...so I decided to challenge myself.
I'm going to do one of the hardest things for a mega fan of any band.
And for those of you who have no idea how obsessed with Led Zeppelin I exactly am...(Which I can imagine is very few of you )
I've heard every single Led Zeppelin song ever released. Everything from their first intimidating 1969 debut album, to their 1982 album Coda released as a closing title, two years after the bands departure. But I've went beyond just the studio; bootlegs. Live performances. Writing about what it would of been like to see a live concert of theirs, even in knowing I'll never see one myself. But to capture that passion, that raw, electrifying energy that only comes from a Led Zeppelin concert...I've only seen them on screens. But the chills come nonetheless.
And with these, I've had Zep-A-Thons...which was a term Jack Black introduced in t
Seven Stages of Zeppelism.Bored, procrastinating, and as a result you will get: A random, pointless journal in your inbox!
Before I go on, just want to say that this is my going to be my last entry for awhile, for those of you who care. My algebra 2 test is in three days so I need some off time. I'll still be checking messages but I may not reply to all of them till later.
FAIR WARNING: I am very, unhealthily, un Godly obsessed with four Brits that have dominated the '70's, and every aspect of my life.
So what stage are you?
THE SEVEN STAGES OF ZEPPELISM
Just heard a signature song (9 out of 10 times it's from IV)
Hear the lemon song for the first time, have no idea what it means.
May think the lead singer is a woman because of long, blonde, luscious curly hair and blouses. [Facepalm]
[Bullet; Yellow] Favorite album (and most likely the only one known by now) is IV.
Love Can Never Die.. Part I“97 rock here, now how ‘bout we go to the fourth album for Get the Led out tonight.” “Hey dad, I bet it’s gonna be Stairway to Heaven!” I said jumping off the counter. “Well I bet you're wrong! It’s going to be Black Dog!” My dad was trying to prove me wrong. “No, I have this feeling.” I drifted off. “Why? Did Jimmy tell you?” My dad said sarcastically. “Why don’t you ask him?” I said looking down at my necklace, that was glowing with Jimmy’s symbol in the middle. I grabbed it and wished he was here. Just as he appeared in our kitchen, “Stairway to Heaven” came on. “Hi Mere-” “BOOM IN YOUR FACE!! IT IS STAIRWAY!” I yelled at my dad. I looked to my right to see Jimmy. “Jimmurs!!” I said while jumping into his arms. I looked at my dad, he was still getting used to his thirteen year old daughter dating a rock god that was in hi