AEROSMITH Guitarist Calls Success Of DVD 'A Miracle'

Launch Radio Networks is reportingthat the AEROSMITH DVD "You Gotta Move" was recently certified quadruple platinum, which is a bit of a shock for lead guitarist Joe Perry. It's not that he didn't believe in the project, but Perry said that he was surprised with how well the DVD turned out, since working in 5.1 Surround Sound was a big challenge for the band. "Mixing it for the 5.1 was — it's a new place," he said. "I mean, it's not just stereo times two-and-a-half. So, there was a learning curve on that, that we all had to adjust to. And, you know, just the fact that it came out, and came out as good as it did, was, I thought, a miracle."

"You Gotta Move" includes footage from the making of AEROSMITH's "Honkin' On Bobo" album and the tour to promote it, as well as a bonus seven-track music CD. The song "You Gotta Move" features UMixIt technology, which allowed computer users to come up with something new and unique by working with the individual parts of the track.


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