The lyrical part of this track almost always preceeds track number two during live performances. However, during the Nine Lives tour it often preceeded 'Walk This Way'.
This track served as the opening song for both the Get A Grip Tour (1993-1994) and the Roar Of The Dragon Tour (1999-2000), as well as other sporadic occasions.
Although this is the title track for the album and the album tour was named after this track, it was sporadically on the tour and hasn't been played since.
Steven Tyler has been quoted as saying his favourite Aerosmith lyric of all time originates from this track: 'That buzz that you be getting from that crack don't last, I'd rather be OD'ing on the crack of your ass'.
This track was inspired by the Los Angeles riots of 1992.
This track has not been performed live since the Get A Grip tour.
This is the only track on this album to feature Joe Perry on lead vocals and it was released as the 'B-Side' to track number nine.
This track was often preceeded by track number fourteen when performed live.
This track is the fifth most performed live of all Aerosmith songs, behind 'Walk This Way', 'Sweet Emotion', 'Dream On' and 'Love In An Elevator'.
This track was released as the 'B-Side' for both tracks eleven and thirteen.
Overwhelming demand from fans made the band reintroduce this track into the set during the 2007 World Tour, after being sparsely performed since the end of the Get A Grip tour.
This track was released as the 'B-Side' for track number eight.
In his autobiography, professional wrestler Chris Kanyon stated that this track was one of his favourites, and it was played on the radio as he attempted suicide.
This instrumental track has been played almost every show of the current Global Warming tour, often preceeding Joe Perry's lead vocal tracks (usually 'Combination').