No Suprize is a song by the American hard rock band Aerosmith. The song tells the story of how the band found their manager Clive Davis. It appears as the first Aerosmith song in the level Max's Kansas City in the Guitar Hero (series) game Guitar Hero Aerosmith.

As a curiosity, this song comes from their 1979 album Night in the Ruts, in which Joe Perry left the band during the recording sessions and was replaced by Jimmy Crespo until his return in 1984. However, "No Surprize" was still recorded by Perry.


This is quite a tough song and has some tricky solos in it. You should go into practice before you play this song in Career Mode.


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Songs of Guitar Hero: Aerosmith
Getting the Band Together
All the Young Dudes - Dream Police - Uncle Salty - Draw the Line - Make It
First Taste of Success
I Hate Myself for Loving You - All Day and All of the Night - Movin' Out - No Surprize - Sweet Emotion
The Triumphant Return
Complete Control - Personality Crisis - Livin' on the Edge - Rag Doll - Love in an Elevator
International Superstars
She Sells Sanctuary - King of Rock - Nobody's Fault - Bright Light Fright - Walk This Way (Run DMC cover)
The Great American Band
Hard to Handle - Always on the Run - Back in the Saddle - Beyond Beautiful - Dream On
Rock N Roll Legends
Cat Scratch Fever - Mama Kin - Sex Type Thing - Guitar Battle vs. Joe Perry - Toys in the Attic - Train Kept A-Rollin'
Bonus Songs (The Vault)
Walk This Way - Rats in the Cellar - Kings and Queens -Combination - Let the Music do the Talking - Shakin My Cage - Pink - Talk Talkin - Mercy - Pandora's Box - Guitar Battle vs. Joe Perry

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