Made in America (EP)
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|Made In America|
|EP by Aerosmith|
February 8, 2001 (re-release)
|Genre||Hard rock, blues rock|
Resource Media (re-release)
Made In America is an EP by Aerosmith, originally released in March 1997 on Columbia/Sony Music and re-released on February 8, 2001 on Resource Media. This EP was only originally supposed to be sold in Wal-Marts in the United States but ended up being sold in many different chain stores in many countries.
- "Back in the Saddle" (Steven Tyler, Joe Perry)
- "Toys in the Attic" (Tyler, Perry)
- "Seasons of Wither" (Tyler)
- "Walk This Way" (Tyler, Perry)
- "Chip Away the Stone" (Richie Supa)
- "One Way Street" [Live] (Tyler)
"Chip Away The Stone" was originally released as a non-album single in 1978. A live version of the song appears on Live! Bootleg. It later appeared on Gems in 1988 as a studio version followed by an appearance on Pandora's Box as an alternate studio version.
"One Way Street" is a live recording from the opening night of The Mama Kin Music Hall on Lansdown Street in Boston, owned by Aerosmith. Broadcast on December 19 1994, the full show from where the performance took place has never been released officially.
The other four songs on the EP are their respective album versions.
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