|O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits|
|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||July 2, 2002|
|Genre||Hard rock, blues rock|
|Producer||Aerosmith, Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Glen Ballard, Adrian Barber, Ray Colcord, Jack Douglas, Bruce Fairbairn, Marti Frederiksen, Mark Hudson, Jason Mizell, Rick Rubin, Matt Serletic, DeVante Swing, Russell Simmons|
|Aerosmith compilation chronology|
|The Essential Aerosmith|
|Singles from O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits|
O, Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits is a greatest hits album by American hard rock band Aerosmith, released in 2002 by Columbia Records and Geffen Records. A double-disc album, it includes 28 of the band's biggest hits in chronological order and spans the band's entire career up to 2002. Also included are two new songs, "Girls of Summer" and "Lay it Down", which the band recorded in Hawaii.
O, Yeah! has since been certified double platinum. Noticeable on the corners of album cover are the different variations of the Aerosmith logo used throughout the band's career.
O, Yeah! was re-released as TheEssential Aerosmith on September 13, 2011. While the album cover has been changed, with a more straightforward profile picture of the band being used, the actual contents are the same.
|1.||"Mama Kin" (from Aerosmith )||Steven Tyler||4:23|
|2.||"Dream On" (from Aerosmith)||Tyler||4:23|
|3.||"Same Old Song and Dance" (from Get Your Wings )||Tyler, Joe Perry||3:53|
|4.||"Seasons of Wither" (from Get Your Wings)||Tyler||5:24|
|5.||"Walk This Way" (from Toys in the Attic )||Tyler, Perry||3:39|
|6.||"Big Ten Inch Record" (from Toys in the Attic)||Fred Weismantel||2:13|
|7.||"Sweet Emotion" (from Toys in the Attic)||Tyler, Tom Hamilton||4:34|
|8.||"Last Child" (from Rocks )||Tyler, Brad Whitford||3:27|
|9.||"Back in the Saddle" (from Rocks)||Tyler, Perry||4:40|
|10.||"Draw the Line (remix)" (from Pandora's Box )||Tyler, Perry||3:42|
|11.||"Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" (from Permanent Vacation )||Tyler, Perry, Desmond Child||4:23|
|12.||"Angel" (from Permanent Vacation)||Tyler, Child||5:07|
|13.||"Rag Doll" (from Permanent Vacation)||Tyler, Perry, Jim Vallance, Holly Knight||4:24|
|14.||"Janie's Got a Gun" (from Pump )||Tyler, Hamilton||5:17|
|15.||"Love in an Elevator" (from Pump)||Tyler, Perry||5:22|
|16.||"What It Takes" (from Pump)||Tyler, Perry, Child||5:12|
|1.||"The Other Side" (from Pump)||Tyler, Vallance, Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland Jr.||4:05|
|2.||"Livin' on the Edge (Full length version)" (original version appeared on Get a Grip )||Tyler, Perry, Mark Hudson||6:20|
|3.||"Cryin'" (from Get a Grip)||Tyler, Perry, Taylor Rhodes||5:07|
|4.||"Amazing" (from Get a Grip)||Tyler, Richard Supa||5:55|
|5.||"Deuces Are Wild" (from The Beavis and Butt-head Experience , Big Ones )||Tyler, Vallance||3:36|
|6.||"Crazy" (from Get a Grip)||Tyler, Perry, Child||5:16|
|7.||"Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" (from Nine Lives )||Tyler, Perry, Glen Ballard||3:25|
|8.||"Pink (The South Beach Mix)" (different remix version from Nine Lives )||Tyler, Supa, Ballard||3:54|
|9.||"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (from Armageddon: The Album )||Diane Warren||4:59|
|10.||"Jaded" (from Just Push Play )||Tyler, Marti Frederiksen||3:34|
|11.||"Just Push Play (Radio remix)" (Original version appeared on Just Push Play)||Tyler, Hudson, Steve Dudas||3:14|
|12.||"Walk This Way (performed by Run-D.M.C. with Steven Tyler and Joe Perry)" (from Raising Hell by Run-D.M.C.)||Tyler, Perry||5:11|
|13.||"Girls of Summer" (New studio recording)||Tyler, Perry, Frederiksen||3:13|
|14.||"Lay It Down" (New studio recording)||Tyler, Perry, Donald DeGrate, Frederiksen||3:47|
|15.||"Come Together" (from the soundtrack of the film Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)||John Lennon, Paul McCartney||3:45|
|16.||"Theme from Spider-Man" (from the soundtrack of the film Spider-Man)||Paul Francis Webster, Robert Harris||2:58|
|17.||"Toys in the Attic" (from Toys in the Attic)||Tyler, Perry||3:05|
|1.||"Lord of the Thighs" (from Get Your Wings)||Tyler||4:14|
|2.||"Toys in the Attic" (from Toys in the Attic)||Tyler, Perry||3:07|
|3.||"You See Me Crying" (from Toys in the Attic)||Tyler, Don Solomon||5:12|
|4.||"Baby, Please Don't Go" (from Honkin' on Bobo )||Joe Williams||3:24|
|5.||"Devil's Got a New Disguise" (from Devil's Got a New Disguise - The Very Best of Aerosmith )||Tyler, Perry, Warren||4:27|
|6.||"Walk This Way (Live)" (from Rockin' the Joint (January 11, 2002 at The Joint, Las Vegas))||Tyler, Perry||4:23|
Album - Billboard (North America)
|2002||The Billboard 200||4|
Singles - Billboard (North America)
|2002||"Girls of Summer"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||25|
|RIAA - USA||Gold||August 7, 2002|
|2× Platinum||January 7, 2005|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
|USA||Jul 2, 2002||CD x 2||30||Columbia/SMEI||C2K 86700||696998670020||—||—||Available in 4 different 3-D covers and 1 standard cover|
|USA||Jul 2, 2002||Cassette x 2||30||Columbia/SMEI||C2T 86700||696998670044||—||—|
|USA||Jul 16, 2002||MiniDisc x 2||30||Columbia/SMEI||C2M 86700||696998670082||—||—|
|USA||Aug 20, 2002||SACD x 2||30||Columbia/SMEI||C2S 86700||696998670068||—||—||stereo only|
|USA||Feb 1, 2008||MP3 256k||30||Columbia/SBME||C2K 86700||696998670020||—||—||7 indiv. tracks, 23 album only|
|USA||Jul 1, 2009||MP3 192k||30||Columbia/SME||C2K 86700||696998670020||—||—||7 indiv. tracks, 23 album only|
|USA||Oct 6, 2009||MP3 320k||30||Columbia/SME||C2K 86700||696998670020||—||—||7 indiv. tracks, 23 album only; approx. date; issued between Oct 6 - Nov 28, 2009|
|USA||Aug 30, 2011||CD x 3||36||Columbia/SME||88697 92339 2||886979233928||Limited Edition 3.0||The Essential||Re-titled: The Essential Aerosmith|
|USA||Sep 6, 2011||MP3 256k||30||Columbia/SME||88644 31571 1||886443157118||—||The Essential||Re-titled: The Essential Aerosmith; 18 indiv. tracks, 12 album only|
|USA||Sep 6, 2011||MP3 320k||30||Columbia/SME||88644 31571 1||886443157118||—||The Essential||Re-titled: The Essential Aerosmith|
|USA||Sep 6, 2011||AAC 256k||30||Columbia/SME||88644 31571 1||886443157118||—||The Essential||Re-titled: The Essential Aerosmith; 17 indiv. tracks, 13 album only|
|USA||Sep 13, 2011||CD x 2||30||Columbia/SME||88697 92210 2||886979221024||—||The Essential||Re-titled: The Essential Aerosmith|
|USA||Dec 2011||MP3 256k||30||Columbia/SME||C2K 86700||696998670020||—||—||18 indiv. tracks, 12 album only; approx. date; issued between Dec 6 - 21, 2011|
Aerosmith is an American rock band formed in Boston in 1970. The group consists of Steven Tyler, Joe Perry (guitar), Tom Hamilton (bass), Joey Kramer (drums) and Brad Whitford (guitar). Their style, which is rooted in blues-based hard rock, has also incorporated elements of pop rock, heavy metal, glam metal, and rhythm and blues, and has inspired many subsequent rock artists. They are sometimes referred to as "the Bad Boys from Boston" and "America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band". The primary songwriting team of Tyler and Perry is often known as the "Toxic Twins".
Steven Victor Tallarico, known professionally as Steven Tyler, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, actor, and former television personality. He is best known as the lead singer of the Boston-based rock band Aerosmith, in which he also plays the harmonica, piano, and percussion. He is known as the "Demon of Screamin'" due to his high screams and his wide vocal range. He is also known for his on-stage acrobatics. During his high-energy performances, Tyler usually dresses in bright, colorful outfits with his trademark scarves hanging from his microphone stand.
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