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Aerosmith: Big Ones You Can Look at (1994)

A DVD featuring Aerosmith's music videos.
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Girl at Department Store Elevator in 'Love in an Elevator'
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Janie in 'Janie's Got a Gun'
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Boyfriend in 'Cryin'
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Joyrider in 'Livin' On The Edge')
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Father in 'Janie's Got A Gun'
John David Kalodner ...
Dude In Brides Dress (video 'Dude Looks Like A Lady')
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Teenage Boy (video 'Amazing')
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Teenage Girl ("Cryin'", "Amazing", "Crazy")
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Teenage Girl (video 'Crazy')
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Janie's Mother (video 'Janies Got A Gun')
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Big Ones You Can Look At is a VHS and Laserdisc featuring music videos by the American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was released on November 4, 1994. In addition, there are outtakes and band interviews. Running time is 100 minutes. The suggestive title comes from - and is a companion to - the 1994 compilation album Big Ones. A DVD release was released in Brazil with Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo and 5.1 Surround sound tracks and quality better than the VHS and Laserdisc releases. Some scenes from the Pump era were culled from the band's previous video compilation The Making of Pump. Along with the band members, various individuals make cameo appearances during the outtakes and making-of segments, including Marty Callner, John Kalodner, and Hank Azaria. The behind the scenes segment for "Eat The Rich" includes the band's collaboration with Melvin Liufau, Wesey Mamea, Liainaiala Tagaloa, Mapuhi T. Tekurio, and Aladd Alationa Teofilo, playing the log drums. Among the notable actors appearing ... Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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The notable actors appearing in the videos: Alicia Silverstone, Liv Tyler, Edward Furlong, Stephen Dorff, Josh Holloway, Jason London, Brandi Brandt, Kristin Dattilo, Lesley Ann Warren, and Nicholas Guest. See more »

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EXCELLENT!!!
14 December 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The best music video collection Aerosmith has made. I especially enjoyed the addition of clips from their episode on "The Simpsons". They should have thrown some clips from Saturday Night Live, their performance of "PLAY ON" was excellent.

The only problem I have with this video is that they left out the music videos from the album DONE WITH MIRRORS (1985). It would have been great to see the "Let Music Do The Talking", "The Hop" videos, I also think there was a 3rd video.

They also forgot to add videos from ROCK IN A HARD PLACE (their best album of the 80's, just bearly beating PUMP (1989). That album had three videos ("Lightning Strikes", "Bitch's Brew", and "Bolivian Ragamuffin") from the album and a late production "Sweet Emotion" which was from their #2 album of the 70's and in general TOYS IN THE ATTIC (1975). They probably skipped it because all of their albums prior to 1985 were Columbia releases and everything afterwards was a Geffen release.

There was also a "Walk This Way" video made in 1986 with RUN-DMC that should have been here too. I also heard of planned production (In 1986)of "Dream On" (From AEROSMITH (1973) and "No Surprize" (From NIGHT IN THE RUTS (a.k.a Right In The *uts)(1979) videos. Still its a great video, its just needs a sequel to put these videos in.


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