Toys In The Attic

Album: Toys In The Attic (1975)


  • "Toys In The Attic" is an old expression that means "Going Crazy." The song is about a guy losing his mind. >>
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    Bertrand - Paris, France

Comments: 11

  • Nedkelly from Sydney, AustraliaGone fishing, hehehehe. Great euphemism....Great 'Smith song!!
  • Brian from Paris, TxThis song and this whole album kicks a$$!
  • Homer from Springfield, KyI always thought this was about literal toys in a literal attic. I guess I haave some Toys in my Attic.
  • Sam from Hipsville, CaPerhaps one of THE Best studio albums ever produced! Can remember when this came out, the follow-up of coarse to 'Get Your Wings'... and just totally blew me away. Virtually timeless as well, it sounds as fresh today as it did then.
  • Tom from Robesonia, PaREM did a good cover of this song.
  • Steven from Land O Lakes, FlThis could also be about changing from a child to a adult
  • Michelle from Bristol , PaYou need to see aerosmith play this live. The album recording is great but it doesn't even compare to how they do it live!!
  • Jason from Denver, CoThis song should have been called "Toys and the Addict".On the basis of TOYS=Drugs and ADDICTS= Aerosnith in the 70's and part of the 80's.
  • B-man from Detroit, MiI've seen them open a concert with this song on a stage thrust using just the basic instruments....completely mind blowing!!
  • Ozzi from Brookhaven, Payea this song rocks, the whole album rocks
  • Larry from Knoxville, TnThe most underrated Aerosmith song ever!
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