Aerosmith Debuting “Legendary Child” off “Music from Another Dimension”, Album Details Revealed

See the details of Aerosmith’s new album “Music from Another Dimension!”, track list, artwork, and expected release date of this summer!

“America’s Greatest Rock N’ Roll Band with over 150 million records sold worldwide” – Aerosmith, will release their new studio album “Music from Another Dimension” on August 28, 2012 via Columbia Records. The album is a very long-awaited record, the first since Honkin’ on Bobo in 2004. Jack Douglas was producing the new album along with band members.

Track List

Track list for the standard ediiton.

01. What Could Have Been Love
02. Beautiful
03. Street Jesus
04. Legendary Child
05. Oh Yeah
06. We All Fall Down
07. Another Last Goodbye
08. Out Go the Lights
09. Love Three Times a Day (Hello Goodbye)
10. Closer
11. Shakey Ground
12. Lover A Lot
13. Freedom Fighter
14. Up On The Mountain

Single

The band debuts the first single “Legendary Child” live at American Idol season finale (May 23), since then the song being released to radio, as well as digital purchased on iTunes. The song was originally written in ‘Get A Trip’ session in 1991, but was never released. The song got some touches latter before being released now. Also reported that the music video shoot for the song was taken around May 4, directed by Casey Patrick Tebo.

But, stay here for free streaming to the song.

Artwork for the new Aerosmith album due Aug 28. Click image to pre-order the new album on iTunes.

The band will kick off The Global Warming Tour on June 16 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota and wrap up on August 8 in Tacoma, Washington. Find us on Facebook if you don’t wanna miss a thing!

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