A Little South of Sanity is a live album by Americanhard rock band Aerosmith, released in 1998. This album was the only Aerosmith album to receive the Parental Advisory sticker, primarily due to lead singer Steven Tyler shouting profanities in between songs and modifying some song lyrics to racier ones, although some other song lyrics had profanity in their original studio versions as well (even their next studio album, Just Push Play, contained profanity).
On the seal, the album title is misnamed as A Little South of Insanity.
There are no listings to support where or when each performance was culled from - only the listing that all tracks are from either the Get A Grip or Nine Lives World Tours. However, during the track "Sweet Emotion" (on disc 2), Tyler shouts out "Seattle", and in "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" (on disc 1) he says "Ohhhh, West Palm Beach!" A bootleg called Yokohama Arena 3/12/98 has "Last Child" being recorded at the same time as the title revealed to where the song was performed, also, Tyler says, "Motherfucker" out loud as if it was edited in this live album. Eat the Rich is recorded from Costa Rica on November, 1994.
At the beginning of disc 2, before starting "Back in the Saddle", Tyler shouts, "I've got blisters on my sisters!", referencing a similar thing Ringo Starr shouted at the end of The Beatles song "Helter Skelter".