10 Most Underrated Aerosmith Songs

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WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 4: Rock band Aerosmith rehearses for the 2003 "NFL Kickoff Live from the National Mall" September 4, 2003 in Washington, DC. Thousands of American military personnel will attend a concert featuring Britney Spears, Blige, Aerosmith, Good Charlotte and Aretha Franklin, September 4, 2003 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

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Often Overlooked, Still As Brilliant

There’s more to Aerosmith than mainstream tracks – any hardcore rock ‘n roll fan will acknowledge that. They have a total of 15 studio albums so there’s bound to be a few musical gems here and there. In fact, you probably haven’t heard some of these tracks. They weren’t huge hits, they didn’t crack the charts, and not everyone knows about them.

Aerosmith has been rockin’ out for almost five decades and they’re still selling out their shows for their Las Vegas residency. So let’s a look back at their of their most under-appreciated songs.

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10. “No More No More” (1975)

The guitar work is superb – so we don’t get it why this doesn’t get more appreciation. It sure packs a lot of punch!

9. “Hangman Jury” (1987)

Bluesy and gritty – it’s a classic through and through.

8. “Kings and Queens” (1977)

Two words – hauntingly beautiful.

7. “Hoodoo / Voodoo Medicine Man” (1989)

That slow burn is everything – how this remains overlooked is baffling to us.

6. “Sick as a Dog” (1976)

This song always makes us want to pick up a guitar and start playing.

5. “Combination” (1976)

Timeless – it’s one of Aerosmith’s greatest musical moments and yes, it’s as good as their more popular tunes.

4. “Lord of the Thighs” (1974)

Killer groove – Aerosmith delivered the goods!

3. “Uncle Salty” (1975)

This was released at a time when Aerosmith made their mark in rock ‘n roll. It’s pretty unfortunate that this track is way too underrated.

2. “Seasons of Wither” (1974)

This gets to us every single time.

1. “Nobody’s Fault” (1976)

It’s clearly one of their heaviest songs and Steven Tyler sounds so aggressive. He went all-out and we’re here for it.

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