First let’s address the album’s atrocious title. On top of being a mouthful, “O Yeah! Ultimate Aerosmith Hits” is one of the lamest names for a Greatest Hits collection ever. But to be fair, Aerosmith have put out so many hits collections that they’re running out of good titles to use. That said, this is definitely the Aerosmith hits collection you’ll want to get. “Greatest Hits” and “Big Ones” were both snapshots of a certain point in Aerosmith’s career, but “O Yeah!…” encapsulates their entire career (through 2002). All their bigs are here, conveniently in chronological order, except for the Run-DMC version of “Walk This Way” which is wisely put at the end of Disc 2 (the original is on Disc 1). Listening to the songs in order, it’s easy to track Aerosmith’s career from rock underdogs to the comeback kids to ’90s ballad kings. And since everybody has a favorite Aerosmith track, or five, you can be guaranteed that the album will have something for everybody. On top of 28 of their hits, the albums includes two new numbers: “Girls of Summer” and “Lay It Down”. The former is something of a miss: it’s basically just generic top 40 summer rock. The latter is a should-have-been-a-hit ballad in the vein of “Angel”.Inevitably Aerosmith will continue to release albums, and by extension, greatest hits albums. But for right now, this is the one with all their hits, and it’s worth every penny you’ll spend.