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Original 1976 CBS release. Vinyl has some minor scuffing on Track 3, Side 2 that does not affect play. Album jacket has moderate disc wear. Original inner sleeve with photos. Polybagged for protection.
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TRACKS: BACK IN THE SADDLE, LAST CHILD, RATS IN THE CELLAR, COMBINATION, SICK AS A DOG, NOBODY''S FAULT, GET THE LEAD OUT, LICK AND A PROMISE, HOME TONIGHT

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Twinkie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the Best Recorded Rock Albums of All Time
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2019
In my humble opinion Rocks is the best album that was ever produced by Aerosmith. As a guitarist, Jazz improv instructor, band leader, and producer of audio recordings myself, I consider Rocks to on par with the quality of material recorded by Zeppelin and other great... See more
In my humble opinion Rocks is the best album that was ever produced by Aerosmith. As a guitarist, Jazz improv instructor, band leader, and producer of audio recordings myself, I consider Rocks to on par with the quality of material recorded by Zeppelin and other great sounding Rock bands of the day. However, it is the the drums tracks on this album that stand out as a notch above other works, just a little bit of an improvement to Toys In The Attic. What a great album!
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Kennetha D.
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My favorite Aerosmith album!
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2020
As far as I''m concerned, ''Rocks'' is the pinnacle of Aerosmith''s releases in the 70''s when they were strickly a rock band. After seemingly disappearing from the music scene after drugs and alcohol took their tolls, their career was amazingly resurrected in the 80''s when... See more
As far as I''m concerned, ''Rocks'' is the pinnacle of Aerosmith''s releases in the 70''s when they were strickly a rock band. After seemingly disappearing from the music scene after drugs and alcohol took their tolls, their career was amazingly resurrected in the 80''s when Run-DMC sampled "Walk this Way" for a song. Although they released some excellent albums during this period, they tended to lean a bit more towards ''pop''. ROCKS does exactly what the album title says. Tyler, Perry and company at their best!
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Guy Bowen
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Magnum Opus Heavy
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2015
This is Aerosmith''s magnum opus heavy. Where "Toys" was an upbeat and pop-sensible hard rock album, Rocks was a dive into the heavy Proto-Metal realm with Rompy Boogies, Gritty Rockers, Sludgy Grinders, Heavy Hitters and even a Pseudo glam ballad. This was... See more
This is Aerosmith''s magnum opus heavy. Where "Toys" was an upbeat and pop-sensible hard rock album, Rocks was a dive into the heavy Proto-Metal realm with Rompy Boogies, Gritty Rockers, Sludgy Grinders, Heavy Hitters and even a Pseudo glam ballad. This was America''s Greatest Hard Rock band at both a pinnacle and the verge of collapse. Combination is the the most underrated Aerosmith song. It is so rich with musical textures and tempo changes it leaves you thinking...is this a progressive band? ...or did they just take a bunch of ideas and put slap them together and wire it together with incredible guitar and bass riffs. In any case it is just masterful. This is the album I would listen to as a kid and dream of being a rock musician.
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John Greg McAninch
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
GOOD BUT, NOT THE BEST!
Reviewed in the United States on February 29, 2020
Aerosmith has to rank "up there" with the Stones when it comes to longevity. However, to this Beatle freak, Aerosmith has been a tad more consistent with their product, when compared to the Stones. "Rocks" is a good example of their "quality." But, it is not the "best."... See more
Aerosmith has to rank "up there" with the Stones when it comes to longevity. However, to this Beatle freak, Aerosmith has been a tad more consistent with their product, when compared to the Stones. "Rocks" is a good example of their "quality." But, it is not the "best." That belongs to "Big Ones."
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Exciter
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Poor Pressing Quality
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2021
Returned mine for a refund because the vinyl was warped like the bay at low tide. No big deal if you’re using an inexpensive turntable with a stylus tracking force of 3+ grams, but my elliptical stylus tracks at 0.75 grams, so it was unplayable. After returning it I bought... See more
Returned mine for a refund because the vinyl was warped like the bay at low tide. No big deal if you’re using an inexpensive turntable with a stylus tracking force of 3+ grams, but my elliptical stylus tracks at 0.75 grams, so it was unplayable. After returning it I bought an excellent condition 1976 original copy online with the real textured front cover for less than I paid for this reissued vinyl. I’ve had this problem with several vinyl reissues. I wish the manufacturers would provide better quality control. Good luck!
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Darin Dipietro
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Back when Aerosmith was dangerous
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2019
An excellent sounding version of a classic album. Assuming it was remastered for this release and it socially sounds incredible. Appreciate the 180gram vinyl too. This was an incredible era for the band, unfortunately they strayed off course and ended up a pop cotton... See more
An excellent sounding version of a classic album. Assuming it was remastered for this release and it socially sounds incredible. Appreciate the 180gram vinyl too.
This was an incredible era for the band, unfortunately they strayed off course and ended up a pop cotton candy band......
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Tony Moreno
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Aerosmith: Rocks
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2012
This was the first real rock album I ever owned. Aerosmith, supported by AC/DC was the first concert I attended. When I switched from cassette tapes to CDs, I bought this one right away. Unfortunately the original CD got broken in a CD changer boom box. It is the only... See more
This was the first real rock album I ever owned. Aerosmith, supported by AC/DC was the first concert I attended. When I switched from cassette tapes to CDs, I bought this one right away. Unfortunately the original CD got broken in a CD changer boom box. It is the only CD that I have had to replace and this edition has been remastered and sounds much better than the original, first generation CD.

I have replaced other CDs in order to get the remastered versions, with varying degrees of improvement. This was one of the best. Much more bottom end is evident.

The whole album meant a lot to me growing up and Back In The Saddle really changed the type of music I listened to. Nowadays I listen more to different music, but I still put on the stuff from the late 70s occasionally. I really need to upgrade the first album(Aerosmith), Get Your Wings and Toys In The Attic to get the better sound quality. Maybe Draw The Line, too, but everything after that is not worth owning.
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denny hanley
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Buy this!
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2015
Their best album, in my opinion. They were at their peak here. I almost hate saying this, but for me, the more high they were, the better the music was. Any album from the high years had lots of enthusiasm, and passion in it, as compared to some of the latter releases it''s... See more
Their best album, in my opinion. They were at their peak here. I almost hate saying this, but for me, the more high they were, the better the music was. Any album from the high years had lots of enthusiasm, and passion in it, as compared to some of the latter releases it''s like hearing a different band sometimes. The quality of writing, the musicianship, the harder edge that they seem to have lost through the MTV years...regardless, any true fan of old A-Smith should have this fine album.
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Tommo 18/7 ©
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another one of their finest hours....
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 6, 2011
This was a hugely significant release. It achieved the impossible and actually topped the career changing " Toys in the Attic" and it finally shot that ridiculous " Stones Clones" tag well and truly out of the water. Yes, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry were hell bent on being the...See more
This was a hugely significant release. It achieved the impossible and actually topped the career changing " Toys in the Attic" and it finally shot that ridiculous " Stones Clones" tag well and truly out of the water. Yes, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry were hell bent on being the American Keef & Mick in the excess stakes, but that''s where it stopped. Every track on this iconic album has only one name stamped over it: Aerosmith. Stonewall Hard Rock classics such as " Rats in the Cellar", " Last Child", " Nobody''s Fault", " Combination", " Back in the Saddle" & " Lick & a Promise" launched a thousand imitation bands Stateside and a thousand Tyler imitators, such was the impact of this release at the time. It is that good!!!. This is Premium Hard, Sleazy, Dirty, Gritty Rock. In the top 5% of greatest hard rock albums ever released. Iconic.
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D. J. H. Thorn
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Dirty diamonds
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 17, 2007
''Rocks'' brings to fruition the style that Aerosmith developed on their first three albums. Its predecessor, ''Toys In The Attic,'' is a masterpiece, despite a rather soapy closing track, but ''Rocks'' is more consistent in style. It doesn''t necessarily contain better songs, but...See more
''Rocks'' brings to fruition the style that Aerosmith developed on their first three albums. Its predecessor, ''Toys In The Attic,'' is a masterpiece, despite a rather soapy closing track, but ''Rocks'' is more consistent in style. It doesn''t necessarily contain better songs, but it possesses a dirty, funky undercurrent. The titles do more than hint at the subject matter: ''Back In The Saddle'' and ''Get The Lead Out'' aren''t about horses and dogs. Unusually, for a great hard rock album, Joe Perry doesn''t load the airtime with extravagant riffs. The trick is in the band being what is essentialy one big, sexual rhythm section. Steve Tyler rasps his way into the opening track as if to signify this. There is no ''Walk This Way'' on ''Rocks,'' but Aerosmith seem to have developed its emphasis on rhythm. ''Rocks,'' together with the earlier albums, represents the best of Aerosmith.
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Dongho Won
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Feel like being a rock star
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 22, 2020
One of the most impressive rock masterpieces ever. Twin guitars work in nicely perfectly brilliantly stunningly fascinatingly amazingly superbly incredibly great combination with Tyler''s brilliantly awesome vocals as well as firm rhythm sections per each tune.
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Bam Bam
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Yeah!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 7, 2020
It is Aerosmith, of course it is 5 stars.
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andrew aldred
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Great album!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 9, 2017
A classic album from back in the day! Aerosmith at their best and probably most toxic! I used to have "Back in the Saddle" on a vinyl compilation album of American rock bands.
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