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Aerosmith: “Toys In The Attic” 1975

"Toys in the Attic" is the third studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released on April 8, 1975. It was produced by Jack Douglas and recorded at the Record Plant in New York City.

The album features some of Aerosmith's most iconic songs, including "Walk This Way," "Sweet Emotion," and the title track "Toys in the Attic." The album's sound is a mix of hard rock, blues rock, and heavy metal, showcasing the band's musical versatility and prowess.

"Toys in the Attic" was a commercial and critical success, reaching No. 11 on the Billboard 200 chart and eventually going 8x Platinum in the United States. It is considered one of the greatest rock albums of all time and has influenced countless musicians in the decades since its release.

In addition to its hit singles, other standout tracks on the album include "Uncle Salty," "Adam's Apple," and "No More No More." The album's artwork, featuring a creepy, doll-like figure, has also become iconic and synonymous with the band.

Trivia: The idea for the song "Walk This Way" was inspired by a line in the movie "Young Frankenstein".

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