Aerosmith videography

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Aerosmith video discography
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Aerosmith performing in Mansfield, Massachusetts on September 14, 2007.
Video albums 7
Music videos 36
Soundtrack albums 13

American rock band Aerosmith has released seven video albums and thirty-six music videos. The band and its music have also appeared in numerous films and soundtracks, and have inspired three video games.

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
The Making of Pump
  • Release Date: 1990
  • 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
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:
Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014
  • Release Date: September 4, 2015
  • 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
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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
2005 Be Cool Themselves

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