Aerosmith – Draw The Line (1977/2012) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

Aerosmith - Draw The Line (1977/2012) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Aerosmith
Album: Draw The Line
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 1977/2012
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 35:21
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 815 MB


01. Aerosmith – Draw the Line (2012 Remaster) (03:24)
02. Aerosmith – I Wanna Know Why (2012 Remaster) (03:09)
03. Aerosmith – Critical Mass (2012 Remaster) (04:52)
04. Aerosmith – Get It Up (2012 Remaster) (04:02)
05. Aerosmith – Bright Light Fright (2012 Remaster) (02:22)
06. Aerosmith – Kings and Queens (2012 Remaster) (04:55)
07. Aerosmith – The Hand That Feeds (2012 Remaster) (04:23)
08. Aerosmith – Sight for Sore Eyes (2012 Remaster) (03:56)
09. Aerosmith – Milk Cow Blues (2012 Remaster) (04:14)

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Draw the Line is Aerosmith’s fifth album and was originally released on December 1, 1977. It was recorded in 1977 at The Cenacle (an abandoned convent) and The Record Plant. Produced by Aerosmith and Jack Douglas, it is considered to be one of the great Heavy Metal albums. Draw the Line featured the singles “Draw the Line”, “Kings and Queens”, and “Get It Up”. It peaked at #11 on the Billboard 200 chart in 1978 and was certified double platinum by the RIAA in 1996.
Renting out an abandoned convent on the outskirts of New York City to record the follow-up to the hellacious Rocks may not have been the best idea, but 1977’s Draw the Line still managed to be another down-and-dirty Aerosmith release. While it wasn’t as awe-inspiring as their last two albums — the members have said that the music suddenly got “cloudy” around this time (due to in-band fighting/ego clashes, excessive living, etc.), Draw the Line catches fire more times than not. Unlike their most recent album successes, the band shies away from studio experimenting and dabbling in different styles; instead they return to simple, straight-ahead hard rock. The album-opening title track features a gloriously abrasive Joe Perry slide guitar riff and has been featured in concert ever since, while the punk-esque “Bright Light Fright” featured Perry’s first ever lead vocal spot on an Aerosmith record. Other highlights include a reworking of the blues obscurity “Milk Cow Blues,” which Perry’s pre-Aerosmith group, the Jam Band, played live, as well as “I Wanna Know Why,” “Critical Mass,” “Get It Up,” “Kings and Queens,” and “Sight for Sore Eyes.” Draw the Line would turn out to be the last true studio album from Aerosmith’s original lineup for nearly a decade.

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