Get Your Wings

Release date
1 Mar 1974
Running length
9 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Same Old Song and Dance 3:02 162,478
1 Same Old Song And Dance (Live Version) 5:58 2,263
2 Lord Of The Thighs 4:14 50,452
3 Spaced 4:21 28,911
4 Woman of the World 5:48 28,412
5 S.O.S. (Too Bad) 2:51 27,976
6 Train Kept a Rollin' 5:41 71,572
7 Seasons of Wither 5:38 88,174
8 Pandora's Box 5:42 30,060

About this album

Get Your Wings is the second studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released March 1, 1974. The album is the first to feature production from Jack Douglas, who would go on to produce the band’s next four albums.

The album has been certified Triple Platinum by the RIAA.

The title of the album comes from it being the first appearance of the band’s winged logo, which would go on to be modified and used on many of their later albums.

Same Old Song and Dance

* Built around a riff Joe Perry came up with while sitting on his amp, Steven Tyler quickly came up with the verse riff. The song appears in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.

Lord of the Thighs

* After the band decided they needed one more song for the album, they locked themselves into their rehearsal room, and came up with this. The narrator is a pimp who recruits a young woman he sees on the street into prostitution. Tyler also plays the piano. Kramer’s opening beat is very similar to the one he would tap out a year later in “Walk This Way” The song can be heard on Liberty Rock Radio in Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned.

Woman of the World

* Written by Steven Tyler and his former band, The Strangeurs.

S.O.S. (Too Bad)

* A proto-punk song, it emphasizes the same content punk rock would soon be known for: gritty lyrics, questionable moral content, and straight to the point music.

Train Kept A-Rollin’

* Tiny Bradshaw’s 1951 R&B classic, already turned into a rock song by The Rock and Roll Trio (Johnny and Dorsey Burnette and Paul Burlison) (1956) and updated by the The Yardbirds in a 1965 raw British blues version, after whom Aerosmith modeled their version.

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  • Heartbreaker68

    Álbum perfeito!

    29 Mar 6:34am Reply
  • SebastianKramer

    Amazing album

    26 Sep 2012 Reply
  • JamesHetfield13

    The mighty Aerosmith hit their stride with their second album, Get Your Wings. Their debut had been a satisfying collection that was primal and raw, with a mammoth hit in “Dream On.” Get Your Wings turns up the volume with several of the band’s fan favorites. The salacious “Lord of the Thighs,” the extra-terrestrial “Spaced” and the one-two punch of “S.O.S. (Too Bad)” and the rockabilly classic “Train Kept A-Rollin’,” done as pure stadium hard-rock, are songs that defined the band’s early appeal. Singer Steven Tyler’s strong personality is in full evidence as he rasps and toys with the words and melodies. “Seasons of Wither” is a remarkable ballad, a trace of tenderness coming from a band best known for their wisecracking tales, as “Same Old Song and Dance” makes plain to hear. “Woman of the World” is the perfect essay on ‘70s-styled rock ‘n’ roll decadence with a woman who calls her own shots, while “Pandora’s Box” is an expression of pure old-school blues lust, with added R&B twists.

    23 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Axuran

    My favorite album from the holy trinity. It's hard to choose between them thought. All 3 albums are amazing.

    12 Jan 2011 Reply
  • Brodanizer

    after toys in the attic the best album from aerosmith

    20 Sep 2010 Reply
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    21 Mar 2010 Reply
  • thatcherulrich

    My fav Aerosmith album by far.

    4 May 2009 Reply
  • ShellShocker22

    He may have a big mouth, but hes a good singer and his voice is cool =]

    2 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Philly501

    ravelax, EXACTLY my thoughts as I clicked the link before even reading your comment.

    2 Jul 2008 Reply
  • helmespc

    Probably a good reason. This album is one of their best.

    18 Aug 2007 Reply

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