Night in the Ruts

Release date
1 Nov 1979
Running length
9 tracks
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1 No Surprize 4:25 27,367
2 Chiquita 4:24 18,584
3 Remember (Walking in the Sand) 4:04 62,073
4 Cheese Cake 4:15 21,106
5 Three Mile Smile 3:42 21,201
6 Reefer Head Woman 4:01 19,197
7 Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy) 2:59 18,339
8 Think About It 3:34 17,363
9 Mia 4:14 18,806

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  • Des_Casadore

    Not bad album, but it's too usuall. Only blues - rock, same rythms. There's no classical aerosmith's rock enegry. And yeah, "Remember" and "Mia" are awesome songs.

    9 Jan 4:55am Reply
  • grandfunk49

    Right in the nuts!

    25 Jun 2012 Reply
  • JamesHetfield13

    Aerosmith were falling apart. Substance abuse was taking it toll. Interpersonal relationships were disintegrating. Guitarist Joe Perry was already gone by the album’s release and fellow guitarist Brad Whitford would soon depart as well. Guitarists Richard Supa and Neil Thompson pick up the slack, and it’s a testament to just how skilled a band they were that even with all this difficulty, they were able to assemble an album as strong as 1979’s Night in the Ruts. The album lacks the diamond-hard precision of the band’s earlier works, favoring walls of massive overdubbed guitars to get its message across. This sonic bludgeoning adds heightened drama to the masterful opening cut (Aerosmith always knew how to make an entrance) and make “Chiquita” and “Cheese Cake” among the band’s densest hard rock. A cover of the Shangri-Las’ “Remember (Walking in the Sand)” allows singer Steven Tyler to sing to sweet desperation, while the Yardbirds’ “Think About It” puts the guitarists into full play.

    23 Oct 2011 Reply
  • ravelax

    Damn underrated album. Features some of their best songs.

    12 May 2011 Reply
  • Kobra_Generosa

    There's a much blues-rock in this great album.

    30 Dec 2010 Reply
  • zoraxx

    well by the time this album came out, aerosmith was falling apart joe hated steven and they all had serious Drug problems, you know they couldn't have gone on as they were. and as they're now well you be the judge of that. this was the last great album they made.

    4 Oct 2009 Reply
  • pepganzo

    uno dei migliori, sì

    22 Sep 2009 Reply
  • LindseyBagwell

    I LOVE this album!!!!!! Its their BEST album that they ever made!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    23 Oct 2008 Reply
  • laura70

    absolutely one of their best. almost every single song rocks, and i'm not talking about walking in the sand either

    13 Sep 2008 Reply
  • ZenLikeState

    This album has been used, abused and mistreated, by the band themseleves as much as anyone...and it is a shame. They may have been messed up and pissed off but this is one of Aerosmith's best albums regardless of what anoyone says.

    6 Jan 2008 Reply

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