Pandora's Box (Aerosmith song)

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"Pandora's Box"
Song by Aerosmith
from the album Get Your Wings
Released March 1, 1974
Format 7"
Recorded 1973 to 1974 at the Record Plant Studios.
Genre Hard rock, blues rock
Length 5:44
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s) Steven Tyler, Joey Kramer
Producer(s) Jack Douglas
Get Your Wings track listing
"Seasons of Wither"
"Pandora's Box"

"Pandora's Box" is a song by American hard rock band, Aerosmith on their second album, Get Your Wings. The song was written by lead-singer, Steven Tyler, and drummer, Joey Kramer, the first writing credit for Kramer. The song was featured on Guitar Hero: Aerosmith as a bonus track. "Pandora's Box" was written when Joey found an acoustic guitar in a dumpster outside their apartment, the same guitar Steven used to write the ballad, "Seasons of Wither" with. The track was the B-Side to "Same Old Song and Dance".

In Performance[edit]

"Pandora's Box" was only played live throughout the early to mid seventies and has never been played again so far . The first time it was played live was on September 14, 1973 at The Box Club in Boston.[1] Aerosmith's lead-guitarist, Joe Perry hinted that the song could be played on the upcoming second leg of the Global Warming Tour, along with Write Me a Letter from their first album.


  1. ^ "1973-09-14 Boston MA - Boston University The Box Club". AerosmithSetlists. Retrieved 2016-07-27.