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Joe Perry - Sweetzerland Manifesto Album
Joe Perry - Sweetzerland Manifesto Album
Performer: Joe Perry
Title: Sweetzerland Manifesto
Label: Roman Records
Country: US
Released: 19 Jan 2018
Style: Hard Rock
Cat: RMR 001
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1477 mb | MP3 size: 2405 mb | WMA size: 1618 mb
Genre: Rock

1Haberdasher Blues5:32
2Rumble In The Jungle3:52
3Won't Let Me Go5:18
4Aye, Aye, Aye4:15
5I'll Do Happiness3:39
6I'm Going Crazy3:58
7Sick & Tired4:54
8Spanish Sushi3:33
9Eve Of Destruction4:19
10I Wanna Roll4:52


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneJoe Perry Sweetzerland Manifesto ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Roman RecordsnoneUS2018


  • Co-producerJack Douglas
  • Executive Producer – Johnny Depp
  • ProducerBruce Witkin, Joe Perry


From CD shrinkwrap sticker:
The new album from the legendary Aerosmith guitarist
Featuring the hit single Aye, Aye, Aye
and appearances from
Robin Zander (Cheap Trick)
David Johansen (New York Dolls)
Terry Reid


  • Barcode: 805859062922
  • Matrix / Runout: 8048-JOEPSMRE1


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Roman Records
  • Copyright (c) – Roman Records
  • Distributed By – Amped Distribution
  • Distributed By – AWAL


Comments (4)
I wonder whatever happened to the vinyl for this release....???
This is great disc, since the "other" reviewer hasn't even mentioned a single track i'll take it that he hasn't even listened to the cd.1.Rumble in the jungle, not sure about the drum machine but Perry's sons have something to do with the recordings, my teenagers loved it, i thought it was interesting. 2. I'll do Happiness with Terry Reid on vocals, nice......really good vocals, Joe has a great hook , solo is perfect, we are on track. 3. Aye Aye Aye with Robin Zander from Cheap Trick, this rocks, really rocks, almost a 50ish style modernized, solid rock track. 4. I wanna Roll (to the depths of your soul), David Johansen aka Buster hot,hot,hot Poindexter takes the lead, one of my favorite tracks, moody, has a tone and attitude towards it and David nails it. 5. Sick and Tired , with Terry Reid, this is soooooo good, a raw raunchy classic Joe Perry riff with Terry's dynamite vocals, maybe my favourite on the disc. 6. Haberdasher Blues, Johansen on vocals, standard blues riff, sounds like something we have all heard before, but it works, i'm liking this combo. 7. Spanish Sushi, didn't work for me , the latter half shows some tasteful leads but otherwise i'll probably skip past this instrumental. 8. Eve of Destruction Joe added a killer riff to this cover which strangely enough fits into todays fear of nuclear war. Not a fan of Joe's vocals but the song sticks in my head for hours after each listen. 9. i'm Going Crazy, David Johansen on lead vocals, a fun funky track that adds that ray of light between doom and the despair to follow. 10. Won't Let me Down, Terry Reid on vocals , a dark distorted end that works as the track builds intensity, one of my favourites, great guitar. All said and done, this is a shockingly strong album with a rawness that is long gone from Joe's other band. I feel its a love or hate album, Aerosmith fans of the 80's-90's will think what the fuck is he smoking, older fans will go, i hear the heart of the 70's and its still beating. Will be one of the years best. 5 stars
There's tracks that "don't work for you"...but you still give a 5 star review? This album is garbage. Steven Tyler solo was way better.
if this is the best that joe can come up with than i suppose it's time to leave these tracks on a personal tape and listen to it by himself driving down the road or some other similar "lone" listening experience. sharing this with the world is just not desirable for me or my ilk. painful to listen to - moribund to think about - time to hang up the duster and stay drunk at home smoking cigarettes with depp dressed up as pirates