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Toys In The Attic (album) by Aerosmith 

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Toys In The Attic
Toys In The Attic by Aerosmith (1975)
Overall rank: 555th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 467 votes)
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Accolades: Top 10 albums of 1975 (9th)
Top albums of the 1970s (137th)
Top 1,000 albums of all time (555th)

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77/100 (from 467 votes)
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From bonnequestion 08/23/2018 05:25
This album is very impressive when you look back at it. I think its influence in music history is undeniable. Correct me if I'm wrong, but who else was doing rap in 1975? Because to me, "Walk This Way" is a rap song, before rap even existed. And of course, there's "Sweet Emotions", a perfect song with an amazing production that was years ahead of its time. And then, there's "Uncle Salty", a song that Shania Twain ripped off partially in "Man I Feel Like A Woman" 22 years later. "Big Ten Inch Record" is like Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", except 5 years before. Not to mention Bon Jovi and Guns And Roses, two bands that have been influenced by this album in one way or another, it's pretty obvious.

I could talk about any of the songs from this album, they all have something special (except maybe "Round And Round") that makes them stand out. This is a really creative album musically and production-wise. Lyrically however, there's nothing interesting unless you want to talk about sex a lot. But musically, wow, this is an amazing album!
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From kingofstorm 04/11/2018 06:26
Classic. Great album. Very influential and very top-notch. The original "Walk This Way" still remains my favourite with it's hicky bluesy rap-style delivery and tongue-in-cheek lyrics. Pretty varied for a hard rock album. Aerosmith do a good job at being the raunchier version of Led Zeppelin.
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From Diomed 01/31/2018 03:55
A rock n roll classic where this band really showcases their talents. "Sweet Emotion" alone is worth the price of admission.
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From planetneutral 01/07/2018 20:13
First two-thirds is mostly familiar and top-notch. Kinda dies for me at the end.
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From garycottier 05/05/2016 17:46
A great rock LP. Along with, rocks, toys in the attic, is one of the two best Aerosmith albums of the seventies. The title track kicks things off in frantic fashion, while next track, uncle salty, almost sounds like a hybrid of The Beatles and the stones. Walk this way, and, sweet emotion, are 'smith classics, while, you see me crying, is the obligatory power ballad. It's a great album, full of sleazy, bluesy rock, but most importantly, great songs.
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From Coconut 05/02/2016 10:14
Their best record by far.
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From Jhef9312 11/30/2015 03:39
Nearly an 85, but all in all, I would say this album is a bit off of their standard for this time period. "You See Me Crying" is not an impressive closer, in fact none of the last three tracks are my favorites.
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From Imaybeparanoid 08/19/2015 14:48
My favourite Aerosmith album
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From mtr1979 06/15/2015 13:46
Put aside the overplayed hits like Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion (both of which were good before hearing them a million times). The best songs on this album are No More No More and Round and Round. How anyone cannot like them is beyond me. Great guitar, gritty vocals, even if understanding some of the words is difficult. My favorite Aerosmith album.
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Best Albums of 1975
1. Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd
2. Blood On The Tracks by Bob Dylan
3. Born To Run by Bruce Springsteen
4. A Night At The Opera by Queen
5. Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin
6. Horses by Patti Smith
7. Another Green World by Brian Eno
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