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    Aerosmith Signed Permanent Vacation Promotional Album Flat (Geffen GHS 24162, 1987). Killer promotional album flat, signed by the band in blue Sharpie between 1988 and 1994 at different hotels, airports, and while backstage. Released in August, 1987, Geffen Records unleashed Permanent Vacation, the ninth album by the Blues-inspired Hard Rockers. Containing smash singles "Rag Doll", "Angel", and "Dude (Looks Like a Lady), the record heralded a return to the top for Aerosmith after years of lackluster sales. The "Bad Boys from Boston" haven't looked back since! Measures 12.25" x 12.25". Excellent. From the Kevin Gladden Memorabilia & In-Person Autograph Collection.

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    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
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