US singer Steven Tyler of Aerosmith performs during their concert on October 26, 2011 in Asuncion, Paraguay. AFP PHOTO / Jorg
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Steven Tyler is many things: Classic rock belter, sinuous frontman, father to Liv, tender-hearted American Idol judge and, of course, a complete jerk to his fellow bandmates. 

The Aerosmith lead singer and his band always seem to be having a tift of some sort, and it's not hard to understand why when you see something like his interview with 60 Minutes

The CBS interviewer confronted Tyler with some of the harsh phrases his bandmates use to describe him, from “unspeakably cruel” to “impossible to talk to.” 

"They’re 100 percent right,” Tyler admitted in a rare moment of humility. “I’ve said many things to all those guys I never should have said and I did not mean.”

But seconds later, the ole Steven Tyler ego came charging back into the room.

“I think my perfectionism and my busting everyone's chops is what got this band to where it is today,” Tyler said. “In the end, I get a real good song, and in the end, I get the hits. Yeah, I'm that good."

Before you think to yourself, “He might actually have a point, they do have a lot of hits,” just remember how unacceptably lame a solo Steven Tyler is. This is what he sounds like when he doesn’t have that band of loafers holding him back (listen at your own risk):