Lesser Known Classic Rock Sunday: Aerosmith – “Big Ten Inch Record”

Weren’t born in 1940?  Missed out on the hippie era, the swingin’ 70s, the relatively horrible 80s, the carpenter jean 90s?  Well you’re in luck and have found the right place.

Aerosmith are not a band I thought I’d ever write about, but this song is honestly too cool to pass up. It’s a sick blues song from Toys In the Attic, their 1975 hit record that had the classics “Sweet Emotion” and “Walk This Way” on it. With such great songs surrounding it, it makes sense that this little gem got lost in the mix. Also, note the heavy machoism and innuendo in the lyrics. Awesome, I know. All there is to say is that “Big Ten Inch Record” is a keeper for sure, so give it spin (or click!)…

Aerosmith – Big Ten Inch Record

I’d also like to take this opportunity to say that early Aerosmith is still really awesome and holds up way better than sell out Aerosmith.  It’s all bluesy and rocking, and when compared to the Armageddon soundtrack, it’s like there are two different bands sharing the same name.  OK that’s it…

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