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March 2, 1990 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
Aerosmith must understand how Mike Tyson feels. The once hugely popular band was on its back and counted out a few years ago, torn apart by declining record sales and excessive alcohol and drug use. While Tyson now searches for the inner strength to regain the heavyweight boxing crown, the cheering when Aerosmith took the stage this week at the Tucson Convention Center Arena underscored the fact that the band has already made one of the most dramatic comebacks ever in rock.
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March 2, 1990 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
Aerosmith must understand how Mike Tyson feels. The once hugely popular band was on its back and counted out a few years ago, torn apart by declining record sales and excessive alcohol and drug use. While Tyson now searches for the inner strength to regain the heavyweight boxing crown, the cheering when Aerosmith took the stage this week at the Tucson Convention Center Arena underscored the fact that the band has already made one of the most dramatic comebacks ever in rock.
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November 12, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT
To outsiders, most hard-rockers seem patterned after the same stereotypical images: swaggering, macho dudes living a life on the extremes--all parties, women and booze. This notion does have basis in fact, solidified and distilled as the hard-rock torch has been passed from generation to generation--from the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin down through Motley Crue and Guns N' Roses. It's the ultimate teen party music and there's a never-ending parade of new stars.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT
To outsiders, most hard-rockers seem patterned after the same stereotypical images: swaggering, macho dudes living a life on the extremes--all parties, women and booze. This notion does have basis in fact, solidified and distilled as the hard-rock torch has been passed from generation to generation--from the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin down through Motley Crue and Guns N' Roses. It's the ultimate teen party music and there's a never-ending parade of new stars.
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