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Ross Halfin

"We've been hearing from fans all these years, 'Why don't you make a record like the old stuff?' " says guitarist Joe Perry. For their first all-new album since 2001, Aerosmith finally gave it a shot. Reconvening in Boston and L.A. with Jack Douglas – who produced 1975's Toys in the Attic and 1976's Rocks – the band pounded out a set of riffy rockers. Says frontman Steven Tyler, "They're songs about fun and sex."

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