By Craig Hlavaty
July 31, 2012
Opening with “Draw the Line” was a nice vintage change from the band’s last two Houston dates, which began with “Eat the Rich” and “Falling In Love (Is Hard on the Knees)” respectively. Start with the old shit, that’s what they really want, though I liked hearing “Rich” at the time.
Guitarist Joe Perry and Tyler got on better last night than I had seen them in the past three years. Tyler actually sounded a sight clearer than he had too, amping up his Janis Joplin act to the Nth degree.
The band played two new tunes from their upcoming November release Music from Another Dimension!, the first being vintage-sounding Aero “Oh Yeah,” which makes me sad they let teams of songwriters and producers in on their creative process.
The Aeros’ set list ignored the semi-modern stuff, save for “Livin’ on the Edge” and opted for three songs from 1976’s Rocks, with “Last Child”, “Rats In the Cellar” and “Combination” coming out to play. Great choices, and that album could benefit from its own tour.
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