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Ninth studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released in August 1987 by Geffen Records. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forPermanent Vacation (Aerosmith album)

    • The intention with the album was exploring a rawness that had been glossed over for a commercial sound in Permanent Vacation.Pump (album)-Wikipedia
    • Aerosmith's comeback album Permanent Vacation (1987) would begin a decade long revival of their popularity.Hard rock-Wikipedia
    • Aerosmith followed "Walk This Way" with multi-platinum albums and Top 40 hits, starting with Permanent Vacation and its hit "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" in 1987.Walk This Way-Wikipedia
    • Aerosmith released Permanent Vacation in 1987, which became a huge multiplatinum success and launched three top-20 hits ("Dude (Looks Like a Lady)", "Angel", and "Rag Doll").Steven Tyler-Wikipedia
    • It was not until a 1986 collaboration with rap group Run–D.M.C. on a remake of "Walk This Way", and the 1987 multi-platinum release, Permanent Vacation, that they regained their previous level of popularity.Aerosmith-Wikipedia
    • The title of Aerosmith's record "Permanent Vacation" was taken from a lyric in the song.My Boyfriend's Back (song)-Wikipedia

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