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Steven Tyler Tells All to Rolling Stone

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Ready for Steven Tyler to really tell it?  Check out the latest issues of Rolling Stone, where Steven goes into detail about his “toxic twin,” Joe Perry.

Remember that album Aerosmith was said to be recording a couple years back that never saw the light of day?  Tyler tells Rolling Stone that’s because it wasn’t very good, in fact it stunk.  And the reason for that is he and Perry would go into the studio’s bathroom and snort pills, which led to them playing poorly on the record.   The recording sessions were concluded early and publicly blamed on Tyler coming down with pneumonia.

Only one more day to wait for the rest of the juicy details!  This issue of Rolling Stone hits newstands April 29th.

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