This track served as the opening song for many shows during the Pump Tour. It was also resurrected for the first show on the Girls of Summer tour in 2002.
F.I.N.E. stands for f*cked up, insecure, neurotic and emotional.
The background noise at the beginning of the track was recorded by Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford and Bruce Fairbairn reading different newspaper articles into the same microphone at the same time.
This track is the only song on the album to contain the 'F' word.
This track won Aerosmith their first Grammy award.
This track was the third single from this album to make it to number one in the mainstream rock charts.
This track has only ever been performed in concert once, on the last show of the Pump tour in Australia.
This track has not been played in full since 1990. However a partial play of the song was performed in Pittsburgh during 2005, just before breaking into 'Livin' On The Edge'.
This track is the only track on this album that Brad Whitford has a song writing credit for.
When performed live, the first verse of this track is often sung a cappella.