The band releases their song, I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing, from their album, Armageddon: The Album. Perry:
At the time, we just didn’t have the time to settle down and do it. We were out on the road, so they brought us in to see the movie and said ‘here’s the song, this is where it fits into the movie, you can do it if you want.’ So we were in the studio within the next three days cutting it. And yeah, we do wish that we’d had a little more time, so that we could have had a shot at writing it, but it was perfect timing. The song was great, people loved it, and I don’t think people care that much who wrote it.
The band releases, Dude (Looks Like A Lady), from their album, Permanent Vacation. Co-writer, Desmond Child:
Joe (Perry) stepped in and said, ‘I don’t want to insult the gay community.’ I said, ‘Okay, I’m gay, and I’m not insulted. Let’s write this song.’ So I talked them into the whole scenario of a guy that walks into a strip joint and falls in love with the stripper on stage, goes backstage and finds out it’s a guy. But besides that, he’s gonna go with it. He says, ‘My funky lady, I like it, like it, like it like that.’ And so he doesn’t run out of there, he stays.
The band releases Let The Music Do The Talking, from their album, Done With Mirrors. This is one of their few songs with no writing contribution from Tyler. The entire song is written by Perry.
The band releases No Surprize, from their album, Night in the Ruts. Tyler writes the track for this song with Perry.