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Aerosmith: Amazing (1993)

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A teenage boy immerses himself into virtual reality to meet his dream girl in this music video by Aerosmith.

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Aerosmith performs in the music video "Amazing" from the album "Get a Grip" recorded for Geffen Records. The video features a young man creating a virtual reality avatar so that he could interact with the girl of his dreams. Video clips of Aerosmith playing in a metal hallway play throughout. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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Not among the 90s best
19 October 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

These 7 minutes are the music video for Aerosmith's "Amazing" from over 20 years ago. The cast is pretty good. Of course, you see band leader Steven Tyler, but this one features Jason London, Alicia Silverstones and Tyler's daughter Liv as well. Unfortunately, I must say this was neither a great watch, simply because there is no real story, nor a great listen as Aerosmith have many more memorable songs out there, especially the one used for "Armageddon" obviously. Anyway, this one here does look and sound very 90s, but more in a cliché way than a truly memorable. The director is Marty Callner, 12-time Emmy nominee now, one-time Emmy nominee back then. Taking his talent into account, this was even a bit on the disappointing side. Not recommended.


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