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Aerosmith: Permanent Vacation 3x5 (1988)

Collection of music videos taken from Aerosmith's album "Permanent Vacation" with interviews in between.
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Himself - lead singer (as Aerosmith)
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Himself - Bass (as Aerosmith)
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Collection of music videos taken from Aerosmith's album "Permanent Vacation" with interviews in between.

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Not bad, but try one of the other Aerosmith videos first
16 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

No disrespect to Aerosmith meant at all--they are the greatest rock n' roll band, after all--this video is just a tad on the skinny side. It has like three videos rag doll, angel, and dude)(looks like a lady) and a few brief interviews in between. Definitely better Aerosmith videos out there: Big Ones you can look at is the best, then something like Video Scrapbook, Texxas Jam '78 (good set list), then Things that Go pump in the night, then Making of Pump, then Permanent Vacation 3x5. That's my ranking for the Aerosmith videos, anyway. Of course, I love them all, but I'm just looking at for potential fans who naturally want to start with the best videos. Rock on!


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