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AEROSMITH

Rock For The Rising Sun

(Eagle Vision)

Reviewed by : Aaron Small
Rating : 8.0

In March 2011, Japan was devastated by the largest earthquake and subsequent tsunami ever to hit the island nation. As a result, 15,000 people were killed, and the Fukushima nuclear plant suffered a core meltdown, spreading radiation – and fear – across the country. Despite warnings to stay away, AEROSMITH travelled to Japan in November and December that same year for a series of eight shows. This 105-minute DVD/Blu-Ray chronicles Aerosmith’s triumphant return to a ravaged Japan after a seven-year absence. Rather than showcasing one concert from start to finish, director and editor Casey Patrick Tebo has compiled 16 songs, two bonus tracks and a Joey Kramer drum solo from throughout this special leg of the Back On The Road Tour. While ‘Hangman Jury’ and ‘Movin’ Out’ were filmed in black and white, both sounding somewhat muddy; the rest of the set is a full-colour, bang-on blast. Guitarist Joe Perry wails away in fine form on ‘No More No More’; hard to believe he’s been doing this for 40 years now. With 13 albums of original material under their belt at this point, vocalist Steven Tyler could have sung all night! While excellent renditions of older and newer classics including ‘Love In An Elevator’, ‘Toys In The Attic’, and ‘Walk This Way’ are performed; several big hits are conspicuously absent, namely ‘Dream On’, ‘Rag Doll’ and ‘Janie’s Got A Gun’. Interspersed between the songs are interviews with both the band and their fans, footage shot backstage and en route from one gig to the next, in addition to a visit to the Hiroshima Museum, and a trip to Tokyo Disneyland where we’re reminded, It’s A Small World.



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