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Aerosmith - Done with Mirrors album mp3
Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Arena Rock
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    Done with Mirrors
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    Album Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal,Arena Rock
  • Date of release:
    November 9, 1985
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  • Recording location:
    Can-AM Recorders, Tarzana, CA
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    1519 megabytes
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    1151 megabytes
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    1149 megabytes
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Done with Mirrors is the eighth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released November 4, 1985. It marked the return to the band of guitarists Joe Perry, who had left in 1979, and Brad Whitford, who had left in 1981. The band's first album on Geffen Records, it was intended as their "comeback".

Aerosmith - Done With Mirrors (1985).

Done With Mirrors ‎(CD, Album). Done With Mirrors ‎(CD, Album).

Joe Perry returned to the fold in 1985, and Aerosmith turned out their finest record since Rocks. Unlike the records that preceded it, Done with Mirrors is powered by the same smart-assed lyrics and filthy guitars that formed the core of Aerosmith's best songs. It didn't receive the commercial or critical attention that Permanent Vacation did two years later, but Done With Mirrors is the better album; it marks the beginning of their remarkable comeback.

Album Name Done with Mirrors. Erscheinungsdatum Dezember 1985. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen190. 1. Let the Music Do the Talking. 2. My Fist Your Face.

Aerosmith ( Done With Mirrors 1985) - 05 скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Aerosmith - 01 Let The Music Do The Talking (Done With Mirrors(1985)), Aerosmith - 03 Shame On You (Done With Mirrors(1985)), Aerosmith - 09 Darkness (Done With Mirrors(1985)), Aerosmith - 04 The Reason A Dog (Done With Mirrors(1985)), Aerosmith - 02 My Fist Your Face (Done With Mirrors(1985)) и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Aerosmith Done With Mirrors - 1985 – My Fist Your Face. Aerosmith – Done With Mirrors (1985). Aerosmith – Let The Music Do The Talking. Aerosmith – Done With Mirrors,1985 07. She s On Fire. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album18.

Aerosmith - Done With Mirrors 9 songs lyrics: Let the Music Do the Talking, My Fist Your Face, Shame on You, The Reason a Dog, Shela, Gypsy Boots, She's on Fire, The Hop, Darkness.


Aerosmith - Composer, Primary Artist
Jeffrey Kent Ayeroff - Cover Art Concept
Tom Hamilton - Bass
Jeff Hendrickson - Engineer, Mixing
Stan Katayama - Engineer
Joey Kramer - Drums
Norman Moore - Art Direction, Design
Joan Parker - Production Coordination
Joe Perry - Composer, Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Garry Rindfuss - Engineer
Jim Shea - Photography
Tom Size - Engineer
Ted Templeman - Producer
Steven Tyler - Harmonica, Piano, Vocals
Howie Weinberg - Original Mastering
Brad Whitford - Guitar

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Let the Music Do the Talking Aerosmith / Joe Perry Aerosmith 3:48
2 My Fist Your Face Aerosmith Aerosmith 4:23
3 Shame on You Aerosmith Aerosmith 3:22
4 The Reason a Dog Aerosmith Aerosmith 4:13
5 Shela Aerosmith Aerosmith 4:25
6 Gypsy Boots Aerosmith Aerosmith 4:16
7 She's on Fire Aerosmith Aerosmith 3:47
8 The Hop Aerosmith Aerosmith 3:45
9 Darkness Aerosmith Aerosmith 3:43

Grade: B+Their knack for the basic song and small interest in guitar-hero costume drama always made them hard rock that deserved the name, not to mention an American band. Still, with almost a decade of bad records collective and solo behind them, there was no reason to expect a thing from this touching reunion. And against all odds the old farts light one up: if you can stand the crunch, you'll find more get-up-and-go on the first side than on any dozen random neogarage EP's.
With Joe Perry and Brad Whitford back in the fold, the ingredients were in place for a killer album. But 1985's Done With Mirrors wasn't that. The band had to learn to leave their demons behind and concentrate on making music. To his credit, Steven Tyler sounds better than he had in years and HS vocals are inspired, but the music still needs some tuning. Done With Mirrors sounds like a really good garage band album, and to me, it sounds like a combination of Night In The Ruts and Rock In A Hard Place (without the experimentation). Key tracks are Let The Music Do The Talking, My Fist Your Face, and Shela.
From being one of the biggest American rock bands in the 1970's they more or less destroyed their own reputation thanks to members leaving, drugs and shows where lyrics was forgotten.. Oh. And falling off stage.By the mid 1980's most bands of the earlier era was gone from big business. Many had probably counted Aerosmith as down and out. But then came Done With Mirrors and it was a commercial flop. Well.. For a half-big band it would sell all right, I guess. But compared to some later Aerosmith albums and compilations it was a big flop.I must say though that it has aged surprsingly well. I think this album is better than a few earlier AND later releases by the band. Why? Because it does what Aerosmith does best: Writing riffs and ballads while having a certain energy that few manage to match in their own right. The later "Aersomith Unplugged" show from MTV shows exactly what I mean. Many other bands might be more technial, be harder, have smarter lyrics, be more progressive.. But when the feeling and flow is right Aerosmith is in a league few others can match.The lyrics here isn't much to brag about. I mean "The Reason A Dog".. What is that about? I heard the song countless times and have no idea. But it all sounds good! Steven Tyler sounds a lot better here than on the early album "Rock And A Hard Place".The actual "sound" is unique from all other of the bands efforts. Hard to explain but I prefer it to the overproduced albums "Nine Lives", "Just Push Play" and "Music From Another Dimension!". Most definitely.It all is quite straight forward but... It rocks! With the right speakers/headphones/system this has a laid-back approach to rock that the band never catched on a officcal release again. Well.. Maybe here and there (Boogie Man, Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man) but in general this was truly goodbye to the classic Aerosmith.I might be a bigger Aerosmith-nerd than most but I like this album. In my collection of Aerosmith/DeepPurple/TheDoors/BlueÖysterCult/TheRollingStones/JimiHendrix/BlackSabbath/Rainbow/JudasPriest/ThinLizzy/Queen/Europe/VanHalen/TheBand/ and the alike I'd rate this above quite a few albums.