PUMP - Aerosmith
TRACK LISTING: Young Lust, F.I.N.E., Love In An Elevator, Monkey On My Back, Janie's Got A Gun, Dulcimer Stomp/The Other Side, My Girl, Don't Get Mad Get Even, Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man, What It Takes
BONUS TRACKS: After "What It Takes" ends there is a brief instrumental hidden track which is untitled; it is written and performed by Randy Raine-Reusch.
IMPRESSIONS: The last good album Aerosmith ever made. Sorry, but it's true. After this it was poppy poppycock with Alicia Silverstone and Diane Warren looming on the horizon.
MY FAVOURITE TRACKS: Monkey On My Back, Dulcimer Stomp/The Other Side, My Girl, Hoodoo/Voodoo Medicine Man, What It Takes
FACT SHEET: PUMP is Aerosmith's tenth album. It includes more keyboards and a horn section than usual for an Aerosmith album after the sound worked for their previous album's single "Rag Doll". The album produced the band's first number one single ("Love In An Elevator") and their first Grammy Award (for "Janie's Got A Gun"). "What It Takes" was also awarded the honourary Penguin Award for Song of the Year 1989.