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RUN-DMC – Walk This Way (Video) – YouTube

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Oct 25, 2009 · Run-DMC’s official music video for ‘Walk This Way’ ft. Aerosmith. Click to listen to Run-DMC on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/RUNDMCSpotify?IQid As featured

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Walk This Way – Wikipedia

“Walk This Way” is a song by the American hard-rock band Aerosmith. Written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry , the song was originally released as the second single from the album Toys in the Attic (1975).

Genre: Hard rock, funk rock

Aerosmith ft. Run DMC – Walk This Way – YouTube

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Jul 27, 2008 · Category Music; Suggested by SME RUN-DMC – Walk This Way (Video) Song Walk This Way; Artist Aerosmith; Album Sex And The City: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Best of RUN-DMC by RUN-DMC feat. Aerosmith, RUN-DMC …

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Walk This Way: how Run-DMC and Aerosmith changed …

Run-DMC were unquestionably the hipper, cooler, younger, more current and relevant act (they’d been the only rap artists on the Live Aid bill the previous year), and the fact that the name Aerosmith appears nowhere on the label of the Run-DMC version of Walk This Way speaks volumes about the balance of power.

Aerosmith – Walk This Way (Aerosmith, Run Dmc) lyrics

Walk This Way (Aerosmith, Run Dmc) lyrics by Aerosmith: There’s a backseat lover, / That’s always undercover / And I talked till my daddy

Walk This Way – Run DMC, Aerosmith Music History

Aerosmith and Run-DMC at Magic Venture Studios in New York on March 9, 1986. (Lloyd Nelson/From the Bill Adler archive at the Cornell Hip Hop Collection) The collaboration that altered music — and popular culture.

Run-DMC ft. Aerosmith “Walk This Way” (1986) – The …

But Run-DMC didn’t use a lot of samples, so Rick tapped flagging ’70s rockers Steven Tyler and Joe Perry. Classic-rock fans considered it blasphemy when the Hollis crew jacked the track, but it blasted Run, D and Jay into the stratosphere, bringing hip-hop to the masses—and resurrecting Aerosmith’s career in the process.