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Posted by Iceman
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I stopped dead in my tracks when I first heard him on Sunday (as I thought my cat was crying somewhere in the house) and listened to him sing the whole thing thinking that it was pretty cool, had his own little spin/flair to it.

Maybe it was the moment of the game or the crowd but I actually really liked it and thought it was one of the better one's I ever heard. In fact it thought it sounded exactly like it would sound if Tyler did sing it. A little while afterwards though I hear everyone saying it's the worst anthem version they have ever heard, etc...

Now seems many are coming to his defense and also saying how much they liked it. You can tell Ray Lewis was also a fan of it when watching the video.

So he didn't get every word right, so what (though I swear he said the word "ass bombs" at around 47 seconds, take a listen for yourself, LOL).

What's everyone else's thoughts?

Reply by BLeonard

I was a big Aerosmith fan before they cleaned up, but that was horrendous! Keeps me from going to see them if they ever come to Vegas again.

Reply by raiderfan

My wife and I both liked it as well. We thought Huey Lewis the previous week in SF was awful!

Reply by samip25

That is how Steven Tyler has always sounded and sung in my opinion. That is his style, can't really fault him for singing the way he always has in the past. He really isn't meant to sing without the great background sound of Aerosmith though. Just my thoughts.

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