Aerosmith were one of the biggest hard-rock bands of the ‘70s and they did so with a personality as big as the arenas they packed. Singer Steven Tyler was the perfect, magnetic frontman while his band’s rhythm section of drummer Joey Kramer and bassist Tom Hamilton were the best-kept secret in the industry. With its eerie, almost over-long intro, "Sweet Emotion" picks up where "Walk This Way" leaves off; both songs with the funky drum beats and Steven Tyler's essential "rappings" are from Aerosmith's breakthrough album, Toys in the Attic. Aerosmith, “Sweet Emotion” () All albums are actually “Sweet Emotion” by Aerosmith. I know what you’re thinking: “Sweet Emotion” is not an album by Aerosmith!