AEROSMITH's Steven Tyler On Music From Another Dimension - "We Were
Trying To Prove Something, We Were Fighting Over Songs, But That’s How
You Make A Great Album"
In a new interview with Bostonherald.com, AEROSMITH's
Toxic Twins - singer Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry -
say they have dipped back into the sleazy ’70s rock at which they
excelled on their upcoming album, Music From Another Dimension, due out
in November, delayed from the originally planned release date of August
“People didn’t think we had it in us,” Tyler said. “But, by the
grace of God, (producer) Jack Douglas was available. That first year I
was doing Idol, Jack happened to be working at a studio, Swinghouse,
here in Hollywood, we did four, maybe five months with Jack, just like
old times, and it worked.”
“There’s no doubt he has a vision of how things should sound,” Perry
said of the producer who helmed Get Your Wings, Toys In The Attic and
Rocks. “We fight with Jack and with each other still. But if we didn’t,
the album would sound like (expletive). We were trying to prove
something, we were fighting over songs, but that’s how you make a great
Music From Another Dimension tracklisting:'What Could Have Been Love'
'We All Fall Down'
'Another Last Goodbye'
'Out Go The Lights'
'Love Three Times a Day'
'Love a Lot'
'Up on the Mountain'