Aerosmith videography

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Aerosmith discography

Aerosmith performing in Mansfield, Massachusetts on September 14, 2007.
Releases
Video albums 7
Music videos 36
Soundtracks 13

This article lists the videography and filmography for the American hard rock band, Aerosmith.

Over the course of their career the band has released seven official home videos/DVDs and over 30 music videos. Aerosmith's music has appeared in numerous films and soundtracks and in addition, three major video games have been based around the band.

Video Albums[edit]

Video information
Live Texxas Jam '78
  • Release Date: 1978
  • Label: Columbia
  • Certifications: Gold (US)
  • Sales: 50,000
Aerosmith Video Scrapbook
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Label: Columbia
  • Certifications: Gold (US)
  • Sales: 50,000
Permanent Vacation 3x5
  • Release Date: 1988
  • Label: Geffen
  • Certifications: Gold (US)
  • Sales: 50,000
Things That Go Pump in the Night
  • Release Date: 1989
  • Label: Geffen
  • Certifications: Platinum (US)
  • Sales: 100,000
The Making of Pump
  • Release Date: November 4, 1994
  • Label: Geffen
  • Certifications: Gold (US)
  • Sales: 50,000
Big Ones You Can Look At
  • Release Date: November 4, 1994
  • Label: Geffen
  • Certifications: Gold (US), Gold (UK)
  • Sales: 50,000
You Gotta Move
  • Release Date: November 23, 2004
  • Label: Columbia
  • Certifications: 4x Platinum (US), Gold (UK)
  • Sales: 400,000
Rock for the Rising Sun
  • Release Date: July 23, 2013
  • Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • Certifications:
  • Sales:

Music Videos[edit]

Release Date Title Director Stars Awards
1978 "Chip Away the Stone" Arnold Levine - -
1979 "No Surprize" Arnold Levine - -
1979 "Chiquita" Arnold Levine - -
August 1982 "Lightning Strikes" Arnold Levine - -
October 1985 "Let the Music Do the Talking" Jerry Kramer - -
July 1986 "Walk This Way" (Steven Tyler and Joe Perry with Run-DMC) Jon Small - Ranked #11 in Rolling Stone's "Top 100 Music Videos",
Ranked #5 in MTV's "100 Greatest Videos Ever Made",
Ranked #11 in VH1's "100 Greatest Videos",
Ranked #24 in Fuse's "25 Greatest Music Videos"
October 1987 "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" Marty Callner John Kalodner -
February 1988 "Angel" Marty Callner - -
May 1988 "Rag Doll" Marty Callner - -
September 1989 "Love in an Elevator" Marty Callner Brandi Brandt -
November 1989 "Janie's Got a Gun" David Fincher Kristin Dattilo, Nicholas Guest, Lesley Ann Warren MTV Video Music Award - Viewer's Choice,
MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video,
Ranked #48 in MTV's "100 Greatest Videos Ever Made",
Ranked #48 in VH1's "100 Greatest Videos",
Ranked #95 in Rolling Stone's "Top 100 Music Videos"
March & April 1990 "What it Takes" (two versions) Keith Garde & Martin Torgoff - -
June 1990 "The Other Side" Marty Callner John Kalodner MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video
August 1991 "Dream On" (with orchestra; recorded at MTV 10th anniversary special) Marty Callner - -
December 1991 "Sweet Emotion" Marty Callner - -
April 1993 "Livin' on the Edge" Marty Callner Edward Furlong MTV Video Music Award - Viewer's Choice
May 1993 "Eat the Rich" Greg Vernon John Kalodner -
July 1993 "Cryin'" Marty Callner Alicia Silverstone,
Stephen Dorff,
Josh Holloway
MTV Video Music Award for Best Video of the Year,
MTV Video Music Award - Viewer's Choice,
MTV Video Music Award for Best Group Video
November 1993 "Amazing" Marty Callner Alicia Silverstone,
Jason London
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May 1994 "Crazy" Marty Callner Alicia Silverstone,
Liv Tyler
Ranked #23 in VH1's Top 100 Music Videos of All Time
October 1994 "Blind Man" Marty Callner Pamela Anderson,
John Kalodner
-
November 1994 "Deuces are Wild" - - -
January 1995 "Walk on Water" Mick Haggerty - -
February 1997 "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" Michael Bay Angie Everhart - MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video
May 1997 "Hole in My Soul" Andy Morahan Branden Williams,
Eva Mendes,
Alexandra Holden,
Seann William Scott
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November 1997 "Pink" Doug Nichol - MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video
May 1998 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" Francis Lawrence Liv Tyler MTV Video Music Award for Best Video from a Film,
Boston Music Awards: Best Video
April 1998 "Full Circle" - - -
February 2001 "Jaded" Francis Lawrence Mila Kunis Billboard Music Video Awards: Best Hard Rock Clip of the Year,
Boston Music Awards: Video of the Year
June 2001 "Fly Away from Here" Joseph Kahn Jessica Biel -
October 2001 "Sunshine" Samuel Bayer - -
July 2002 "Girls of Summer" David Meyers Jaime Pressly- Kim Smith
2003 "Lizard Love" Jim Gable - -
2004 "Baby, Please Don't Go" Mark Haefeli - -
July 10, 2012 "Legendary Child" Casey Patrick Tebo Alexa Vega -
October 19, 2012 "What Could Have Been Love" - - -

Soundtracks[edit]

Individual songs appearing on film soundtracks

Song Appearances[edit]

Individual songs appearing in films/trailers.

Video games[edit]

Year Title
1994 Revolution X
1995 Quest for Fame
2008 Guitar Hero: Aerosmith

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
1978 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Future Villain Band
1988 The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years Themselves
1990 Saturday Night Live: Musical guests; "Wayne's World" sketch Themselves
1991 The Simpsons: "Flaming Moe's episode Themselves (voices)
1993 Wayne's World 2 Themselves
1993 Saturday Night Live: Musical guests; "Bad Dancer" sketch Themselves
1997 Saturday Night Live: Musical guests; "Mary Katherine Gallagher" sketch Themselves
2001 Saturday Night Live: Musical guests Themselves

See also[edit]

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