Toys in the Attic

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  • The band toured in support of Toys in the Attic, where they started to get more recognition.
  • "Toys in the Attic" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith.
  • He also said the album was more "raw" than Toys in the Attic, and thought overall Rocks was better than its predecessor.
  • The origins of the fan club were rooted in the mid-1970s, when the band first broke through with their album Toys in the Attic.
  • It was released in 1975 as the last track on the band's breakthrough album Toys in the Attic.
  • This same edit was used for the original single release of the song, which was quickly replaced in subsequent pressings with the album version from Toys in the Attic.
  • The final version appearing on Toys in the Attic was mixed from takes 11 and 12.
  • Toys in the Attic has gone on to become the band's bestselling studio album in the States, with certified U.S. sales of eight million copies.
  • Toys in the Attic is the third album by American rock band Aerosmith, released in April 1975 by Columbia Records.
  • At the beginning of 1975 the band started working at The Record Plant in New York City for the album that became Toys in the Attic.
  • Consequently, the original single (backed with "Toys In The Attic") is rather difficult for collectors to track down.
  • Book One chronicles the band from the primary members' early lives up until 1975, when their album Toys in the Attic was released and the band was reaching their peak in the 1970s.
  • It was conceived as a counterpart to Toys in the Attic, and is inspired by the death of the band's drug dealer.
  • When Aerosmith returned to the Record Plant in early 1975 to record Toys in the Attic, they named Douglas as sole producer.
  • When the group was halfway through recording Toys in the Attic in early 1975 at Record Plant in New York City, they found themselves stuck for material.
  • It has been stated by Steven Tyler that it is the 'shadow' of their other song "Toys In the Attic" from their previous album.
  • Bloomgarden also mounted Hellman's last play Toys in the Attic (1960).
  • R.E.M. covered the song "Toys in the Attic" released in 1986 as a B-side to "Fall on Me".
  • Movie poster for the 1963 film Toys in the Attic.
  • She also starred in the play Toys in the Attic performed at the Hudson Guild in Manhattan in 1972.
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