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Steven Tyler's First Single to be Released in November

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler's first solo project is due out in late November.The track "Love Lies" will be the theme song for the upcoming Japanese action movie Space Battleship Yamato. You can preview a sample here.It's time for Joe Perry to stop bitching about Tyler. He won't stop yapping about...

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Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler's first solo project is due out in late November.

The track "Love Lies" will be the theme song for the upcoming Japanese action movie Space Battleship Yamato. You can preview a sample here.

It's time for Joe Perry to stop bitching about Tyler. He won't stop yapping about how disappointed he is in Tyler for taking the American Idol judging position. So what if Tyler enjoys the Hollywood attention, Perry? He's a rock star, so why does that surprise you?

Perry might be more modest about enjoying Aerosmith's fame, but that doesn't necessarily justify the attitude he's showing towards his longtime bandmate. Is this a case of jealousy, perhaps?

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