3 Albums To Listen To If You Liked “Toys in the Attic”
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Toys In The Attic was the result of Aerosmith pushing the envelope with regard to their creative abilities. Tired of doing the same songs from Get Your Wings over and over – coupled with the fact that the band had amassed enough experience and inspiration on the road – Aerosmith dished out some of the most scathing tracks of their career with their third studio album. Are you a fan of Toys In The Attic? If so, here are some similar albums that you might love as well.
“Back In Black” – AC/DC (1980)
AC/DC’s redemption song and tribute to Bon Scott was (and is still) one of the band’s most effective catalogs to boot. Successfully reclaiming their hard rock groove with classics like the title track and the fun-loaded “You Shook Me All Night Long”, Back In Black sets the head-bopping mood just as effectively as Aerosmith’s own offering.
“Led Zeppelin IV” – Led Zeppelin (1971)
For a band of titanic proportions such as Led Zeppelin, their album Led Zeppelin IV was discreetly pushed out due to the whim of manager Peter Grant. It didn’t do any good in concealing the band’s greatness though, as it became a landmark for Zep’s peak, groove-based blues sound.
“Van Halen” – Van Halen (1978)
Hard rock was never the same when Van Halen entered the fray with their self-titled debut. The young prodigies dished out tracks like “Runnin’ With The Devil” and the infamous tap masterpiece “Eruption”. Who could ever recover from a barrage of fresh rock greatness like that?