The ’90s were very good to Aerosmith! They started off the decade with two number on rock singles in a row with What It Takes and The Other Side, both from their tenth studio album Pump, which was released in 1989. Pump had also produced two of their biggest hits on the Hot 100 charts with Love in an Elevator (#5) and Janie’s Got a Gun (#4).
They scored five more number one rock songs in the ’90s with Livin’ on the Edge and Cryin’ in 1993, Deuces Are Wild in 1994, and Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees) and Pink in 1997.
They also scored their biggest hit of their career in 1998 when I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it their first and only number one song on the Hot 100 charts.
Enjoy this look back at videos for all seven of Aerosmith’s number one rock songs from the ’90s!
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