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Aerosmith are set to release a stunning box-set capturing the bands rich history. Find out all about is below…

Celebrating five decades of definitive anthems and some of the most recognisable hits of all-time, four-time GRAMMY® award-winning and diamond-certified Boston rock legends Aerosmith, announce the release of the ultimate career-spanning Greatest Hits collection today via UME/Capitol.

Featuring 44 handpicked tracks in the deluxe editions with packaging curated by Aerosmith, the set is available for pre-order today along with a new merch collection, only through the band’s official artist store and will be available for pre-order at all other retailers and DSPs on Thursday, June 22, 2023.

Configurations include:

AEROSMITH.COM – Official Store only:

1CD Exclusive Cover Variant (18 tracks)
2LP Numbered Limited Edition w/Exclusive Cover Variant (20 tracks)
4LP Super Deluxe Edition on 180g custom color vinyl, premium book-style sleeves and 4 black and white lithos (44 tracks)


1 LP Standard Edition (10 tracks)
1CD Standard Edition (18 tracks)
3CD Expanded Edition (44 tracks)
2LP Standard Edition black vinyl (20 tracks)
4LP Deluxe Edition on 180g black vinyl in a slipcase w/book (44 tracks)

For the first time in the group’s illustrious history, the Super Deluxe Edition of Greatest Hits assembles a blockbuster track-listing of 44 songs, representing each era of Aerosmith. Pressed on 180g custom colour vinyl, it encompasses the band’s five decades in all its raw, and powerful rock n’ roll splendour.

From 70’s era Top 10 hits “Dream On” and “Walk This Way” plus a blistering version of “Toys In The Attic,” to Hamilton’s signature bass line and Joe Perry’s iconic talk box intro into “Sweet Emotion,” to their domination of 90s rock radio with “Crazy,” “Cryin’,” and “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing,” the collection is sure to please both die-hard fans and casual listeners alike.

A true collector’s item, the Super Deluxe Edition is presented in premium book-style sleeves, includes four black-and-white lithographs, and boasts stunning live photography as well as iconic and rarely seen photos of the band chronicling their ascent from a local Boston band to the global megastars of today.

Oran O’Beirne