Aerosmith: Lightning Strikes Trailer

Aerosmith: Lightning Strikes Trailer (1988)

22 April 1988

1.Toys In the Attic (0:00:55) 2.Same Old Song and Dance (0:04:51) 3.Big Ten Inch Record (0:11:13) 4.Dude Looks Like a Lady (0:14:44) 5.Lightning Strikes (0:19:36) 6.Rag Doll (0:24:52) 7.Hangman Jury (0:29:12) 8.Permanent Vacation (0:35:16) 9.Angel (0:40:00) 10.Back In the Saddle (0:45:52) 11.Brad Whitford´╗┐ Solo (0:50:21) 12.Last Child (0:52:11) 13.Joe Perry Solo (0:55:26) 14.Draw the Line (0:58:06) 15.One Way´╗┐ Street (1:03:26) 16.Dream On (1:05:31) 17.Train Kept A-Rollin' (1:10:33) 18.Joey Kramer solo (1:16:43) 19.Sweet Emotion (1:25:55) 20.Peter Gunn theme (1:30:24) 21.I'm Down (1:36:42) 22.Walk This Way (1:38:53)

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Germany 22 April 1988

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