Aerosmith says new album brings "a little of 1975 back"


Steven Tyler, Joey Kramer, Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton of the band Aerosmith answer questions during an announcement of their Global Warming Tour in Los AngelesLOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Veteran rock band Aerosmith said on Wednesday they were bringing “a little of 1975 back” on a long-delayed album of new material to be released this summer to coincide with a U.S. tour. The band said they were working on finishing up the album – the first of new material since 2001′s “Just Push Play” – ahead of the tour, but kept the title under wraps. “The camaraderie’s there, there’s some songs that are new rock, and old rock and middle-of-the-road rock, and blues, piano. …

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