The Aerosmith Song You May Never Hear

Aerosmith has recorded another Diane Warren song for another Jerry Bruckheimer movie, but we may never get to hear it.

Aerosmith, who enjoyed great success with Warren's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" from the soundtrack to "Armageddon," recently recorded a sweeping ballad titled "Painted On My Heart" written by Warren for Bruckheimer's upcoming movie, "Gone In Sixty Seconds." But Aerosmith's version of the track does not seem likely to see the light of day.

A spokesperson for the film told MTV News that the music supervisors are scouting around for somebody else to record the track. Nobody is saying why Aerosmith's version is being cut from the film, although industry sources speculate that either the two camps (band and soundtrack) could not agree on financial terms, or that they could not agree on which label would distribute the soundtrack album.

Meanwhile, sources confirm that producer Matt Serletic will most likely be at the controls recording

the next Aerosmith album. Serletic produced "Painted On My Heart" and "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" with the band.

The band is in "pre-pre-production" at home in Boston at the moment, writing and reviewing material with help from Jack Douglas, Mark Hudson, and other regular contributors, although it's anybody's guess if their efforts will actually make it to the finished product.

Gone In Sixty Seconds," which stars Angelina Jolie, Nicolas Cage, and Robert Duvall, is due out in June 9.

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