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Genius, right? A grand claim, Geoff Edgers. A mighty pitch. And the question with a book like this—a book that zeroes in on a particular happening or art moment and then extrapolates boomingly outward—is always: Is there enough there? Enough action at the core, that is, and enough concentrically moving energy to prevent the narrative from collapsing in on itself as it stretches to book length? The answer in this case, I am happy to report, is yes. Read: —the most important year in pop-music history. The conditions of its production were, haphazardly and downtown New York—ishly, kind of an aesthetic crucible.
The hype over Aerosmith — who had six platinum hits in the s — had cooled down. While hip-hop and rap was finding its way, the genre was mostly self-contained — far away from the reaches of mainstream music. Indeed, the two groups were in as different stratospheres as could be. But it was the genius move to combine the two disparate groups that created one of the greatest genre-crossing hits — and arguably changed the face of American music forever. He felt he needed a tool — a secret weapon of sorts — to take the rap group out of its underground scene and propel them to mainstream success so that others could understand how nuanced and intelligent the genre is. Maybe an association with a young group in a hot new genre would freshen their image. While the accounts are jarringly different, Cummings suggested years later that both sides could be right since she talked so often to Sommer and Rubin. The band had released its first album after reuniting in called Done with Mirrors — and it was treading waters. So he took a chance on the meeting with Rubin… who was so young that he was running his label from his dorm room.
Written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry , the song was originally released as the second single from the album Toys in the Attic It peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot in early , part of a string of successful hit singles for the band in the s. In addition to being one of the songs that helped break Aerosmith into the mainstream in the s, it also helped revitalize their career in the s  when it was covered by hip hop group Run—D. This cover was a touchstone for the new musical subgenre of rap rock , or the melding of rock and hip hop. The song starts out with a two measure drum beat intro by Joey Kramer , followed by a guitar riff composed by Joe Perry. The song proceeds with the main riff, with Perry and Brad Whitford on guitar with Tom Hamilton on bass. The song continues with rapid fire lyrics by Steven Tyler.