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Originally hailed as a poor-man's Rolling Stones, Aerosmith was formed in 1970 in New Hampshire by drummer-turned-vocalist Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry. They were later joined by bassist Hamilton, guitarist Whitford, and drummer Kramer. And they soon relocated to Boston, where they became club favorites.
In 1973 they released their debut album on Columbia Records and found a hit single in "Dream On." Aerosmith returned late the next year with Get Your Wings, which stayed on the charts for over 85 weeks despite little airplay.
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It was in 1975 that Aerosmith would break through with the release of Toys in the Attic with the hit singles, "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way" pushing the album to #11 and producing some of classic rock's best known standards.
The band began to drift apart. Perry and Whitford pursued solo projects. Eventually, the rock 'n' roll lifestyle (as well as an abundance of drugs and alcohol) caught up with the band. In 1982, Columbia dropped them.Read the full Aerosmith Article