On Tuesday Aerosmith's New Album Delay Explained was a top story. Here is the recap: (hennemusic) Aerosmith guitarist Brad Whitford explained why the release of the band's new album, "Music From Another Dimension," was pushed back until November 6 from the original August 28th release date.
"It's unfortunate," Whitford tells the Long Branch-Eatontown Patch. "We were going to have the song 'Legendary Child' as part of a movie soundtrack that was going to come out this summer and the movie ["G.I. Joe: Retaliation"] was delayed to next year, so the whole marketing campaign that went along with that and the album's release went right down the toilet. So the record company wanted time for a whole new approach and they wanted to get a slot to release the album they thought would be good for it. It'll be worth the wait."
Whitford's comments follow those of singer Steven Tyler, who told the Alan Cox Show on 100.7 WMMS Cleveland last month that "Too many people [other notable recording artists] are releasing [new albums] those weeks [in late summer]. We don't wanna step on their release dates. So we just said, 'You know what?! We've got the goods
ain't no doubt about it. We'll wait another couple of months.'" - Find out what Tom Hamilton had to say about it.