Weekend Rock Question: What's the Best Aerosmith Album?

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April 11, 2014 3:00 PM ET
Aerosmith Get A Grip Rocks Night in the Ruts Get Your Wings
Aerosmith, 'Get A Grip,' 'Rocks,' 'Night in the Ruts,' 'Get Your Wings'
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Aerosmith announced plans for an American summer tour this week with special guest Slash. "We're an old fashioned rock band," Steven Tyler told Rolling Stone. "You know what? We're still fucking together, we still have the passion, and we still fight and we still make up and it's still alive. It's still rock & roll."

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Now we have a question for you: What is your single favorite Aerosmith album? Feel free to go with a classic like Get Your Wings, a 1990s LP like Get A Grip or even a lesser-known release like Night in the Ruts or Rock in a Hard Place. For for whatever Aerosmith album you want, but please only vote once and just for a single album.

You can vote here in the comments, on facebook.com/rollingstone or on Twitter using the hashtag #WeekendRock.  

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