After nearly getting off the ground with Get Your Wings, Aerosmith finally perfected their mix of Stonesy raunch and Zeppelin-esque riffing with their third album, Toys in the Attic. The success of the album derives from a combination of an increased sense of songwriting skills and purpose. Not only does Joe Perry turn out indelible riffs like "Walk This Way," "Toys in the Attic," and "Sweet Emotion," but Steven Tyler has fully embraced sleaziness as his artistic muse. Taking his cue from the old dirty blues "Big Ten Inch Record," Tyler writes with a gleeful impishness about sex throughout Toys in the Attic, whether it's the teenage heavy petting of "Walk This Way," the promiscuous "Sweet Emotion," or the double-entendres of "Uncle Salty" and "Adam's Apple." The rest of Aerosmith, led by Perry's dirty, exaggerated riffing, provide an appropriately greasy backing. Before Toys in the Attic, no other hard rock band sounded like this. Sure, Aerosmith cribbed heavily from the records of the Rolling Stones, New York Dolls, and Led Zeppelin, but they didn't have any of the menace of their influences, nor any of their mystique. Aerosmith was a gritty, street-wise hard rock band who played their blues as blooze and were in it for a good time; Toys in the Attic crystallizes that attitude.
Fuck yeah, this rocks. Hard rock, doesn't try to be anything other than what it is, album only 37min, this is a solid 4/5. The only other Aerosmith I've heard is their late 80s/early 90s stuff and Tyler sounds way better here.
According to Chuck Eddy, of all the metallic albums recorded between the dawn of the Miocene era and AD 1990, this is the fourth best. I won't quibble. It coats Stones licks and Skynyrd boogie in squeezed zit-juice with such sexed-up fervour that it generates teenage kicks as high as Chuck Berry's or early Beatles'. Makes you feel like the fate of the world hangs on your puny 15 year old dreams. After putting his audience and himself through the ringer on tracks 1-8, Steve Tyler gathers us all up in a sweaty, stinking (probably quite horny) hug. We saw him crying? Uh-uh, he saw us bawling our pubescent eyes out.
If u like hard rock - u like it
Day 22 of Albums You Must Hear.. Today’s offering is the third album from one of my favorite American Rock Bands, Aerosmith! Toys in the Attic, released in 1975, went on to become their most commercially successful albums in the U.S. selling 8 million copies. I have to credit my Dad for turning me on to Aerosmith. I would go through his collection of cassettes and study the artwork while he played their songs on the way to drop us kiddos off at elementary school. While being more Hard Rock than some other bands and not quite as heavy as others, Aerosmith kept a sweet balance of Rock and Blues, especially on Toys in the Attic. This record proved to not only be big for the Rock genre, it would years later become instrumental to the success of crossover rap music. More on that later. The title track, Toys in the Attic, showcases a much more cohesive gelling of the band, as they had spent much of their time touring in previous years. The constant live performances would sharpen their blade and it really shows on the title track. You knew that Aerosmith was bringing the heat. Sweet Emotions is tied with being my favorite song along with Walk This Way. In 1986 co-founder of Def Jam Recordings and producer, Rick Rubin, who had success popularizing hip-hop artists using hard rock samples and riffs, would convince a reluctant Run-D.M.C., to cover Walk This Way and the results would forever change the landscape of commercial Rap music. (It would also resurrect a floundering Aerosmith at the time.) Big Ten Inch was a superbly satisfying cover of Big Moose Jackson’s Blues song from 1952. The tongue in cheek lyrics paired with the blues and swing sound would be a nice highlight to the track listing. The final track also showcased Aerosmith’s willingness to slow it down a bit and let Tyler’s piano sit front and center. While most of my personal favorite albums and songs from Aerosmith would come in the late eighties and 90’s, Toys in the Attic is nearly flawless. Thanks Dad for introducing me to one of my all time favorite bands. This record is a definite must hear. Please share your thoughts, memories and opinions!!
Classic rock from the grandfathers of hair metal.
A really enjoyable rock album with some great riffs and power vocals. The double entendres and obsession with school girls is a like wearisome, but overall a blast.
liked the album and it helped me get back into rock
As a kid I grew up listening to current rock which now happens to be "classic rock" - and sometime in the early 90s like a lot of my generation I got tired of nearly all of it (turn on any of 7-8 local FM stations anywhere and it's (still) the same 50-60 songs) and just never played a lot of it for a long time. Combine that with a move to Boston and living there for many years ... with the extra amount of Aerosmith played there in the late 80s/90s I grew to have a "holygodihatethisbandpleaseneverletmehearthemagain" attitude about them. ..... But holy crap I had forgotten - this is a goddamn great rock and roll album. Greasy, nasty, tight yet at the same time loosely played, ballsy riffs with unexpected chords and melodic vocals - it really jumped beyond blues-based rock into something far more interesting with surprising variety: the aggression of the title track, the Alice Cooper-like creepiness of "Uncle Salty" and the gorgeous melodies of songs like "No More No More" and "You See Me Crying" ... and I haven't even had to mention the two eternally monstrous hits of "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion" - turns out when you voluntarily listen to them, and especially in context of the album, it helps you realize how good they actually are. :) Only thing keeping this album from a 5 star rating for me is the weirdly out-of-place drudgery of "Round and Round" - it's as if Spinal Tap went back in time and copped the worst of Black Sabbath. 5 lost minutes in an otherwise kick-ass collection. So the key is to just not listen to something for 20+ years - if it's good, it'll come back to you. 9/10 4 big stars
The lightning-speed swamp rock riffing that the band does on the opener simply sounds great. There's more pop-blues to come, and it's good. Not quite Dutch angled, but with plenty of edge to keep the ear engaged. The attempt to sexualize their interpretation of the genre comes off a bit flat, but thankfully it's not the main thrust of the record. The second half loses a bit of the energy, but serves as a demonstration of musical breadth and ends with a bang. Very impressive for a sub-forty-minute album.
As a 90s kid growing up with 90s Aerosmith, I didn't take Aerosmith very seriously. In fact, I loathed Aerosmith. They're up there with Billy Joel as artists who I completely understand the success and reach they've had, but I really only appreciate on a cultural level rather than a musical one. So color me surprised when I put this album on to find some real tightly played hard rock. Maybe a little unsophisticated lyrically, but you can see yourself handing the Zeppelin crown over to them. And then Big Ten Inch Record played. No, I was right. These guys are corny. Then comes Sweet Emotion and you see why they got so big.
This album is really awesome. I enjoyed it today while driving from Ft Lauderdale on i-95 back home to Jensen Beach. I had already had 2 songs from this album in my Liked songs. I added Uncle Salty to that list today. The guitars are incredible. What a time that was to be alive! My mom graduated high school the year this album came out. 1975.
This album starts off like a roller coaster electromagnetically launched out of the start house. The guitars on Toys In The Attic (song) are engaging right from the get go. Uncle Salty starts out a bit slow but then by the end I quite enjoyed it. The bluesy Big Ten Inch Record is a great cover, but I don’t think the lyrics are about an LP. Steven Tyler claims he said “cept on my big ten inch…” I definitely heard suck like everyone else. Walk This Way and Sweet Emotion are all-time classics while You See Me Crying is a nice ballad with piano and backing orchestra. Overall I really like 3 songs, like 3 songs, and enjoy, but am somewhat indifferent to, 3 songs.
great album with 2 immortal classics, Sweet Emotion and Walk this way are undoubtedly the best and remarkable songs of the album, but other songs are really enjoyable as well. Solid 4
4-, a classic, but weaker and less memorable than the other albums from that decades
Sweet Emotion is a GOAT but the rest of this is just OK.
Terrible. Real cheesey. Two good songs maybe.
Love it - classic.
Great classic rock vibes. Good bangers. Fun time.
I’m heavily biased since Aerosmith was a big part of my early teen years, but this albums great. Even “Big Ten Inch Record”slaps even though I absolutely detest the lyrics. Really solid classic rock album. Favorite Tracks: “Toys In The Attic,” “Uncle Salty,” “Walk This Way,” and “Sweet Emotion”
Liked the last half of the album a lot more!
Much better than I expected
Ummm, classic album that is terrific!
Good one, plenty of iconic riffs and compositions overall
really enjoyed this album. Walk This Way is always a great song.
Ho boy. That's a blast from the past. One of the first rock albums my best friend introduced me to. This is when I found out Run DMC didn't write Walk This Way. Sweet Emotion rocked my 15 year old musical world. Good, straight forward, rock and roll. Love it.
Walk This Way and Sweet Emotion? Take my 5 stars. One of the best works from Aerosmith. And Round And Round is super stoner, I never realized it!
Very different than later Aerosmith.
Love some Aerosmith
Ah, absolutely classic dirty R&B. Channels peak Stones from a few years earlier and if "Sweet Emotion" doesn't get you grooving round the house / in the car, well, I can't help you.
This is one of my favorite albums of all time. I grew up listening to this, and it makes my heart happy.
ЧТО: Третий студийный альбом героев Земли, принявших участие в спасении планеты от Армагеддона, а также по совместительству хард-рок пионеров Aerosmith. Пластинка получила новый продакшн, отличный от предшествующей Get Your Wings и подчёркивающий значительный прогресс в музыке и лирике, достигнутый группой за небольшой срок. КАКОЙ: Музыка передаёт дух хард-рока в полной мере, хотя на Toys In The Attic «смиты» ограничивают свою тягу к Led Zeppelin-образным ходам и формам, следуя таким образом по своему уникальному пути. Яркое гитарное звучание. В современных условиях, когда гитароцентричная музыка переживает не лучшие времена, а саму гитару пытаются любыми путями спрятать за синтами и вокалом, мощные гитарные риффы греют душу. Альбом слушается на одном дыхании и, в отличие от некоторых хард-рок альбомов 70-х, не вызывает зевков. Особый шарм всему происходящему придаёт надрывной вокал Стива Тайлера. Этот голос, местами сипловатый, время от времени переливающийся оттенками, заостряет внимание на жанровой принадлежности альбома, где красивый вокал - это вроде как принято. Особую радость вызывает заключительная песня на альбоме - You See Me Crying. В ее записи принял участие полноценный симфонический оркестр. В ней множество слоев и небольших элементов, не очень заметных, но создающих атмосферу. Хотя звучит это все очень несложно. И в этом, как мне кажется, главная фишка этого альбома. Toys In The Attic с порога представляется слушателю не очень сложным и мудрёным. Однако стоит прислушаться, и прямо на глазах монолитная целостность исчезает и музыка оказывается слоёным пирогом. Тем временем звучит альбом как нечто полноценное, структурно соответствующее канонам жанра: несколько песен на классик хард-рок риффах (Adam’s Apple, Round And Round), более задорная без пяти минут панковая вещь (Toys In Attic), дань прошлому, а в данном случае наследию Чака Берри и в целом рокеров-шестидесятников (Big Ten Inch Records), романтичные рок-баллады (No More No More, You See Me Crying) и стоящие особняком Walk This Way и Sweet Emotion (по моему мнению, лучшие вещи на альбоме). На первой мы слышим мощный самодостаточный бас, на котором в сочетании с вокалом Тайлера во многом держится песня. На второй создаётся устойчивое ощущение джем-сессии. Так эти песни в общем-то и создавались. Walk This Way - одна из величайших песен группы - вообще результат случайного «баловства Джо Перри с риффами». А слова для Sweet Emotion Стив Тайлер написал на стене в студии записи. Одно слово - рок-н-ролл. О ЧЕМ: Лирика разнообразна, но опять же удивительным образом связывает все песни альбома вместе. Само название альбома является американским аналогом русского выражения «шарики за ролики». То есть безумие. Сам Тайлер подчеркивал, что с этим альбомом группа хотела войти в историю. Да так войти, чтобы о них узнали даже инопланетяне. Пластинка как то, что никогда не будет выброшено, лежит на чердаке с другими любимыми вещами. И дальше на альбоме Aerosmith демонстрируют те самые «игрушки на чердаке». Uncle Salty - песня о чувствах работника дома для детей-сирот. Как говорил Тайлер: «Солти работает в доме для потерянных детей. Я - маленькая девочка, осиротевший мальчик. А также я Солти. Вот, что все это означает». Ощущение отчужденности и одиночества оставленного ребёнка - первая «игрушка на чердаке». Adam’s Apple обыгрывает идею запретного плода. Учитывая, что многие члены группы находились в момент записи в наркотической и алкогольной зависимости, можно предположить, что вызванные этим ощущения лежат на «чердаке», обёрнутые страницами из Библии, как листами оберточной бумаги. Walk This Way - рок-н-ролльная история о сексе и свободе, которым также найдётся место на «чердаке». О том же, можно сказать, и песня с говорящим названием Big Ten Inch Records, и Sweet Emotion, которая по поверьям фанатов группы связана с репутацией жены гитариста Джо Перри. На No More No More Тайлер рассказывает, что он «не видел дневного света с тех пор, как была создана группа» и стирал пальцы в кровь, играя на пианино. Round And Round фиксирует ощущение повсеместных изменений. Юность уходит, любовь - тоже. Ничего из этого не вернуть назад. Заканчивается это все пятиминутной балладой You See Me Crying, рассказывающей о моральной поддержке и о том, что своими проблемами можно и нужно делиться. Странным образом то, что в начале казалось сумасшествием, в конце приводит к осмыслению и оказывает чуть ли не терапевтическое воздействие на слушателя. Не в первый раз замечаю такое. ИТОГ: Мое отношение к альбому, как я понимаю, можно определить хотя бы по количеству написанного выше текста. Это лучший хард-рок альбом, который я слышал. Поражает высокий уровень концептуальности и в целом монолитности пластинки, учитывая разнообразие песен, если взять их по отдельности. И здесь все работает как в супе: каждый ингредиент можно есть отдельно, но вместе они приобретают новое качество, принципиально другой вкус. Следите за своим «чердаком» и заглядывайте туда хоть иногда с мыслью, что там лежит все, что останется в этом мире после вас. ЛУЧШИЕ ПЕСНИ: Walk This Way, Sweet Emotion, You See Me Crying.
Good album with some recognizable tunes!
Gran disco de Aerosmith aunque no sean mis canciones favoritas. En varios momentos del disco usan sax y otros instrumentos de viento y no debieron dejar de hacerlo. Parecieran dos bandas distintas ésta del 75 y la de los 90s. Quizá sea por haberlas escuchado ya dos millones de veces pero las canciones más famosas del disco no son las que más me gustan. Este disco ha envejecido muy bien y de entrada pensé que sería un tres automático sin más, pero es en definitiva un 4.5. Maneja muchos estilos, cero monótono, va del Aerosmith más conocido (Walk, Sweet) al cercano al blues (Round, No more) o a los extremos queenezcos (You see). Discazo. Songs: Round and Round, No More No More, Adam´s Apple, Big Ten Inch Record
Passa per ser el millor de la banda, que no és poca cosa. Jo sempre he trobat que els seus primers quatre discos són tots ells igual de bons, una banda en ple estat de gràcia abans que els excessos els restessin creativitat (tot i que 'Draw the Line' no baixa molt el llistó). Aquí, no hi ha cançó a no disfrutar. 'Walk This Way' i 'Sweet Emotion' són les més conegudes, però cada un dels temes és una joia per si mateixa
Cool album! Every track feels unique and special. I'd previously only heard Aerosmiths hits, but that should include this entire album. The only weakness I feel the album has is the opening title track. It feels a little uninspired imo. Otherwise a VERY solid release.
1975, третий студийный альбом. Период раннего подъема до провала. Хэви метал, блюз рок, фанк. Завершающая баллада You See Me Crying отходит от позитивного вайба всего альбома. Все песни хороши. Включаешь в любом состоянии и слушаешь.
My first listen from this album was “Big Ten Inch Record” over at my friend Damon Marco’s house. Even at the tender age of 11, I got the joke. My friends and I all thought it was the coolest song ever recorded and always made the effort to play it out of earshot of our parents. The rest of the album grew on us too. Two mega hits, a couple of closet classics and solid Rock n Roll throughout. The guitars on Round and Round have a Sweet Sabbath vibe. Also great that Run DMC originally thought the name of this band was “Toys in the Attic”… Easy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Walk this way is the song on this album
Aerosmith is the shit
I don't know why I don't listen to more Aerosmith
Boys go fanatic
A lot better than I was expecting. This is pretty raw rock’n’roll with loads going on!!
Maybe I went into this judging too much. It was a good combination of rock and blues without being overboard. Still not a huge fan of Walk This Way, though.
It's Aerosmith and it's a classic Album
Absolute banger, I like Aerosmith now
I’ve always liked this album, but feel like I’ve grown out of it in the last few years
Consistent and full of bangers, rap segments go over much better than expected
Really enjoyed, best Aerosmith album so far
Heerlijk album met de klassiekers "sweet emotions" en "Walk this Way". Hard rock zoals het hoort
Classic rock record, I had never heard big ten inch record before and that has a very different sound from their typical sound. More of 50s blues rock record. The always classic sweet emotion and walk this way are quintessential 70s rock songs. Round and Round has a heavier sound that I didn’t know Aerosmith did I like it
In their Top 3
Some of these songs surprised me. There was one that was a little 50s-esque, but I swear it was all sexual innuendo. And it was just generally…not as heavy as I expected.
Solid album. Probably Aerosmith at its best based on what I’ve heard lmao I’ve heard nothing this is straight out of my butt.
A couple classics and a couple of cool songs I didn't know.
I mean, it has sweet emotion on it, so. . .
Really good album. Enjoy a lot of tracks. Not totally perfect but generally strong. Not a lot wrong with it.
"Sweet Emotion" Released: May 19, 1975 "Walk This Way" Released: August 28, 1975 "You See Me Crying" Released: November 11, 1975
Loved this - didn’t know what I’d been missing all this time. Lyrics are a bit oooh, err...!
I still prefer the 80s ones, but this is great
generic aerosmith. I don't think I have heard a single song from it before, but it feels like i knew every single one, they all sound the same
Solid blues rock, catchy hooks, amazing production. Not a ton to be mad at
hard rock/bluesy Aerosmith is always better than the 90s onward Aerosmith
Really enjoyed this. ****
4/5 well that was a good one!
4.6 great album
Decent, bluesy, early rock n roll style. Walk This Way obv a massive tune. Sweet Emotion was a sick track too. 3/5 easy, maybe a 4 actually.
i didn't realize that sweet emotions song came out 45 years ago. That song is ageless. The rest of the album was very good also. I enjoyed it.
Some really tasty riffs.
Actually really enjoyed this. Was cool to hear some earlier stuff from Aerosmith, as most of the Aerosmith songs I know came out in the mid-late 80s. Don't know how I feel about this version of Walk This Way. I don't really like the Run DMC version, but there's something about the production of that one that is more exciting than the original.
Very good album. Fun to revisit. Ten Inch Record is hilarious. No More No More is a great track. Then, of course, the hits are hits for a reason. Still not perfect though, the last track is particularly weak.
Good album, all songs were equal 3.5/5
Top shit. Wicked 70s rock and roll.
Good tune. I only knew the usual suspects but there is some good stuff on this. 4/5
Pretty good. Reminds me of my parent's rock album collection they would play while on a road trip.
I've known this album for years, but only listened to a few tracks. This time I put the headphones on and listened to it all. Intensely. The well-known tracks are great and sound even better when listening so intensely. Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion are the two songs I knew. The rest were new to me. Toys in the Attic - Great start to the song. What a way to kick off the album. Uncle Salty - Loved it. Adam's Apple. ... She ate it... It was love at first bite! Cool. Walk this way - MEGA-Classic. Big Ten Inch Record - I like the groove! Now whip out your big ten-inch.... record. Sweet Emotion - Classic. Perfect. No More No More - It's alright.... You See Me Crying - I love Rock ballads. Steven Tyler's vulnerable side. Nice, not great, but nice way to end the album. Stand Out Tracks: Walk This Way Sweet Emotion Uncle Salty Big Ten Inch Record
Pretty good still. Love the songwriting, guitars. Steven Tyler has long been one of my favorite vocalists. It's a classic record but I think only their 2nd or 3rd best. Sweet Emotion and Walk This Way still hold up for me. Round and Round is randomly this heavy sounding song thrown into the record that I always forget about. Uncle Salty bangs too. 7/10
A lot of it sounds the same. Big Ten Inch Record easily the worst track on here. Solos are terrible, except the one to end No More No More. I like the vocals and think they fit the music well. Compared to other Aerosmith I've heard, this is definitely some of the more ambitious stuff from them. The vocals are very badly mixed on Round and Round, it has some great riffs though. Nice outro track in You See Me Crying, a great mix of strings, guitars, piano, and brass. The really cringy vocals around midway degrade the track a bit though.
Not my favorite album of theirs, but it was interesting listening to their first album. Sweet Emotion is also a 10/10 song!
Really good album…particularly liked the bluesy songs…two big hits on this album
Classic 70s rock with good riffing particularly on Walk This Way, but throughout. Enjoyable.
Way better than I actually expected
70's Aerosmith >>>>> 90's Aerosmith
It's a lot nicer than the faggotry that they came up with in the 90s
This has some classics on.
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9/10 i really loved this album some of it got really repetitive but overall it was really good and fun and rock awesom yas 👏
some real classics on this one, but i grew up on some of these redone, like Big 10 Inch and Walk This Way... so they sound "right" to me
Lower end of a 4. Mostly above average tracks with a couple of belters
Great album. Every song is solid.
Better than expected, several great tunes on here and enjoyable record.
Aerosmith well known rockers with these classics
A far better album than I expected much blusier
Dream on, Dude, cryin', Walk this way
"Walk This Way" a classic song that holds up to this day "Sweet Emotion" haven't heard this song before but i really like it so far. Rating: 7/10
Pretty decent rock n roll. Sweet Emotion clearly the best of the bunch.
Great album, "Walk this Way" and "Sweet Emotion" were my favourite songs on the album.
I appreciate Aerosmith & it certainly seems likely my teenage parents conceived me to this album. My fave tracks here are Adam's Apple & Round & Round!
It’s got some good songs, but I probably won’t listen to it more. 7/10
7/10. This was so much more enjoyable than Pump.
7/10 pretty pleasant, has some good songs
Cet album supposement legendaire s'est bien foutu de notre gueule, se contentant de distiller des sons au mieux sympathique sur la quasi totalité des pistes. Seulement, cet album est bien malin, puisqu'il contient egalement le legendaire Walk this way, qui vient seul sauver un 4/5 fort peu mérité.
More variety of sounds on this album that I expected. I came in thinking it would all be like Sweet Emotion and Walk this Way, but it varied quote a bit. Adam's Apple, No More No More and Round and Round were my favorite new discoveries.
Great album. Toys one of my favorites with No More No More. Don't remember Round and Round but dig it
Stylistically "Big Ten Inch Record" was jarring both for the lyrics and the sound. It's like someone plunked a Jive song down in the middle of a rock/blues album. Turns out there is a reason it doesn't sound like the rest of the album, it was a cover.
two all time bangers make up for the rest of the album being just pretty decent
Aerosmith sounds like, well, Aerosmith. I know it's not saying much, but their sounds are great and I'd put this on when I don't know what to listen.
Bom reviver o rock and roll
I don’t know that I’ve ever listened to this album all the way through, but it’s pretty great. 70s Aerosmith checks a lot of boxes for the time. It’s still blues-heavy like the Stones (complete with horns and harmonicas), but they also stand right up with other psychedelic/glam rock bands (a la Sweet Emotion). Plus, you can hear the beginnings of 80s hair bands, power ballads, and heavy metal. I love albums like this - you can hear where it came from and where it’s going.
So happy to know that Aerosmith didn't always suck super hard. They were a scrappy and hungry rock band once. Cool! It's like all the things about Aerosmith are here, just toned down and tasteful. Never in my life did I think I'd be throwing a 4/5 down for the 'smith! Also, "Walk this Way" is such a jam. I love it.
It is not unusual to hear an album and either wait for it to get good, or skip to the favorite songs. This album is no exception, up and to the point "Walk This Way" is reached, Aerosmith is a hard rocking chore to get through and perhaps that is what lends the song its dominating popularity for how sweet of a reward it is to have gotten there at all. Small break in between, "Sweet Emotion" is on deck and from there whatever Aerosmith desires one had has been likely satiated without so much as a thought to the rest of the album. The review may seem indifferent or negative, so for the sake of objectivity be reminded that it is not often that an album produces two immensely popular tracks that stand on their own. Unless one is an Aerosmith fan, it is not likely that the radio listener even knows that both songs came from the same album, nor would they know that it was from 1975. Fast forward to the 90s, Aerosmith achieved an unlikely popularity and relevance again having followed the formula that "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion" set forth, one can certainly trace the lineage of their popularity back to this album.
great album with 2 immortal classics, Sweet Emotion and Walk this way are undoubtedly the best and remarkable songs of the album, but other songs are really enjoyable as well. Solid 4
A pretty solid, fun rock album. Nothing amazing, but certainly a good listen. More of a 3.5 than a 4.
A solid 70’s rock album. It is a little more generic than a lot of it’s legendary contemporaries, but it arguably does that generic sound a lot better than others that tried the same.
Is good, a bit whiny as background music though.
Pretty fine album but didn’t listen to it too intensely cuz New Mexico. Still love walk this way
Incredible album. Aerosmith is dope, brought me back in time when I would listen to them with the fam.
Big Ten Inch Record and You See me Crying are bangerssssss
Great fun, classic 80's
As an aerosmith fan, I'm glad quite familar with this album. Though this one almost feels like a greatest hits album, with it's mix of genres via it's song and mismatched songs.
Very surprised. There really isn't any filler on this album. Even Uncle Salty, Adam's Apple, No More No More, and Round and Round... they all hold their own. The openings for Sweet Emotion and Walk This Way are creative and impactful. Toys in the Attic is the only song i could pass on, mostly because i like R.E.M.'s cover of it better. Even the ballad is solid. Found this really enjoyable rock record.
Saw them at the Texxas Jam in 87, when the lineup was Tesla, Poison, Whitesnake, Aerosmith, and the headliner, Boston. The vendors were selling t-shirts that had misspelled "Poisson". Maybe they were into fish. Who knows? They also misspelled Texas... When Aerosmith played their set, they were so electric everyone forgot the headliner was yet to take the stage. And when they played Walk This Way... well, it was Texas heat times 25. Boston was touring in support of Third Stage, but I'm sure it was the turning point of one Boston band overtaking another band out of Boston... on their way to making it big.
Pros: - Yet another album I have not heard from start to end. I will probably stop mentioning that since it's becoming common. - It's more like in-your-face rock than i remember. I like the energy shift from the first track into the second track. I'm really big on the idea that a good album should have an upbeat song for it's first or second track - Amazingly crisp production. Guess I've never heard "walk this way" on nice speakers/headphones but WOW is it crisp. Cons: Misc:
A fun, unpretentious rock album. The first half dips into blues and country, and the second half is more musically ambitious. In the past I haven't thought much of Aerosmith but I was impressed by how comfortably they slip in and out of styles. The big hits "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion" are the clear standouts but I also enjoyed the heavy metal crunch of "Round and Round." It's a first-rate Led Zeppelin knock-off. And "You See Me Crying" is an excellent example of that blown-out string-accompanied 70's drama. Aerosmith don't seem to take themselves too seriously, which adds to their appeal for me. I rolled my eyes at "Big Ten Inch Record," but was surprised to learn that it's a cover of a song from 1952! (The original by Bull Moose Jackson is just as silly.) So Aerosmith aren't just goofy horndogs, they're also scholars of goofy horndogs past!
Awesome album, Sweet Emotion is a stone cold classic. I'll definitely revisit this album again.
A true classic Classic Rock album. Songs I know well and are great: Walk this Way, Sweet Emotion. Other songs I know and are really good: Big Ten Inch, Toys in the Attic. Best of the rest: No More No More, You See Me Crying. 4/5
Tri massa meu cupinscher
Ok upfront. I didn't think I was going to like this but its pretty ace. Inventive, it grooves, 2 classics and not a duff track amongst the rest. Solid 4. The rhythm is tight and driving and the songs are diverse but do work as a coherent album. Overall I will play this again and is the ultimate test of a 4 album.
Walk This Way, Sweet Emotion
This was a good album. Several well known songs. The songs did not lack and the album was relatively short
Solid rock album with a lot of notable tracks. S/o Guitar Hero Aerosmith
Ikke de helt rigtige Aerosmith, men ok med et par gode numre på
I'd never heard the full album before, and the popular tracks definitely carry it. Still, Aerosmith is closer to my wheelhouse than most other music of this era, and this one is definitely better than whatever nonsense that yesterday's 2-star offering earned. 3 stars.
If it's 1975 and you want a rock album but you're too much of a fuckin' JOCK to listen to Physical Graffiti, Blood on the Tracks, Wish You Were Here, Born To Run, Horses, Young Americans, Fleetwood Mac, Another Green World, Mothership Connection, or Face the Music, this is the album for you and the boys as you cruise around town in a less interesting version of Dazed and Confused.
Better than expected.
Not much of an Aerosmith fan. Round and Round is a good track. Never liked the title track. Trying to listen closer to see if it’s just me. Sweet Emotion is a classic.
Walk this way!
'Walk this way' and 'Sweet Emotion' are well known songs of Aerosmith to me. It was nice to have listend to the album.
Actually did enjoy it. Fundamental Rock, good listen, though I don't think anything did stand out about it.
Meh, not a big fan, ok but boring
listening to these albums in the afternoon is so hard WHY. walk this way riff tho.
Pretty good rock album not really anything special though.
Meh. Sweet emotion was cool, rest was pretty lukewarm
I think i am marking this down because I expected more. 3-4 really good songs and the rest are standard rock songs.
Some of Aerosmith's best work. Highlights: Toys in the Attic Walk This Way Sweet Emotion Round and Round
Sweet Emotion is still a classic banger, that intro and bass especially
Rock N Roll chops! 2 rock masterpieces with Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion. The rest of the album is pedestrian bar band blues. Steven Tyler has a great rock n roll voice. The final track of the album seemed to be a blueprint for their ballad hits they went on to have 30 years later.
Aerosmith, to me, is the very definition of a middle of the road band. They have some pretty memorable songs but just a lot that that is either bad or just pretty forgettable. Aside from Walk this Way and Sweet Emotion and maybe the title track Toys in the Attic, the rest of this just felt like filler. As a whole this album would probably be a 2.5 but I’ll round up for those two songs which are rightfully all timers
The two songs that became famous - “sweet emotion” and “walk this way” - were the right ones. Especially “sweet emotion.” They’re legitimately great rock songs and sound totally different than everything else on the album. The rest of the album is kinda pedestrian guitar rock, with the exception of “big ten inch record,” which is just freaking awful and filled with bad sexual double entendres, to boot. “You See Me Crying” is foreshadowing of the absolute garbage that Aerosmith would put out in the 90’s.
not so memorable
I think the last time I listened to this entire thing was 1978, when I was in middle school. To me, "Sweet Emotion" is the only memorable track. Meh.
A fine rock album.
Without a doubt, one of the albums of 1975.
Fun album, high energy, not entirely my cup of tea
Das ist optimistische Fickmusik! Großmäulig, gut gelaunt und gut gemacht. Hardrock auf neues Level gehoben und dabei direkt noch dem HipHop Vorschub geleistet. Eigentlich nicht meine Musik, aber ich finds gut - und die Welt könnte sowas dringend gebrauchen: 3,4!
Solid guitar riffs throughout, Steve Tyler's voice rings in its full glory. Strong as far as blues-based 70s hard rock goes. "Sweet Emotions" is still a banger. Some good deeper cuts in this one - all around a good groove from start to finish.
Didn't love it but there's some great songs and riffs on here.
I'm not really an Aerosmith fan, probably because I grew up with the stuff they made in the 90s. This album changed my mind a bit though. I'm well versed in the singles released from this album, but the other songs were a treat to listen to. Overall a win.
No es de mis álbumes favoritos de Aerosmith, encuentro rara la voz de Steven, tal vez porque son canciones del 75 y su voz es diferente actualmente
Done listening. 3/5
It has Sweet Emotions. That makes up for the fact that it is a middling at best rock album otherwise. Round and Round is a solid deep cut
A couple good songs with some long gaps between, for me
It was fine - typical Aerosmith - Walk this way and Sweet Emotion highlight it
A mediocre classic rock album with two above average songs. 7.2/10
I thought this album was pretty average, but not bad. I liked most of the songs but there were a few I didn't like. 3/5 stars.
Nothing really stands out apart from Walk This Way. Enjoyed No More No More, but that was about it, rest seemed average
Good album and some good tracks
Weak ending, strong middle of the album, a few well known classics (walk this way, sweet emotion)
Not a fan of Aerosmith, but it was ok.
I actually enjoyed it. The heavy rock sound was enjoyable.
Some decent tracks, but overall lacking anything special.
What stands out most for me is the bands potential and out of this world ability. It doesn't all quite hang together, but it's a hint of incredible tracks to come. Walk this way, never tires and Big Tench Inch Record for a change of style caught my attention.
Honestly I was not that impressed with this album for as much as Aerosmith is revered. I like the breakout songs on here, but beyond that I wasn’t really entertained.
There are a few tracks like Round and around that are much better than others. I could have seen me given this a third star, but in the end, oh hell, who am I kidding? This is a three star.
A few good songs. Sweet Emotion the highlight for me.
Some decent 70s rock but other than Walk this Way and Sweet emotions, nothing stood out for me.
Itselle useita uusia tuttavuuksia tällä levyllä. Tykkäsin menosta ja soundista.
Not bad. Never been super into Aerosmith, but never hated them before. The title track from this record is one of my favorites. Solid rock record. Call it a 3.5. Favorite tracks: "Round and Round", "Toys in the Attic"
Decent album by a decent artist. Heard most of the songs before, maybe a few of the too many times which put a damper on things...
I'm not a big fan of Aerosmith. There were better bands doing what they were doing and they've just never resonated with me. This album does not change my opinion. There are catchy riffs, some good hits, and decent vocal delivery, but even though this album is less than 40 minutes, it gets boring by the end.
Good bluesy classic rock
Lots of different styles here.
some enjoyable tunes, some dull ones
This is how Blues Rock should sound: hyperactive riffs and smoked-out vocals trading blows; guitar licks lapping up your thighs like the sea before you pluck up the courage to dunk your rude bits; lyrics lamenting loves lost. It's just a bit of a shame that Blues Rock isn't really my thing, or I'd be all over it.
El disco no es nada malo y representa muy bien esa era de Aerosmith en la que todavía Steven Tyler se medía con el falsete y todavía no eran la banda de los videos con morras guapas. Pero me pasa como a Capser con los discos de Queen: el de éxitos, con sus 33 rolas, es una maravilla y lo escucho feliz; en cambio los discos individuales no me provocan lo mismo. Más allá de las obvias (Walk This Way y Sweet Emotion) me gustan mucho Toys In The Attic y Big Ten Inch Record.
Uno de los poquísimos discos de Aerosmith que ubicaba; varios sencillos clásicos muy buenos que todo mundo conoce y... varias canciones... estándar, me agrada que en general tienen un sonido algo crudo y creo esta debe haber sido su mejor etapa en cuanto a creatividad y productividad, pero fuera de esas cuantas canciones brillantes es una banda que nunca me ha llamado a adentrarme y de nueva cuenta escuchar todo el disco me deja igual. Buena música que tiene su lugar pero en cuanto a rock setentero no son mi máximo y ese grueso de canciones se me hacen un poco olvidables.
28th October 2021 Listened on the living room speaker while me and jen worked at the table. Went to M&S in the evening. Massive. Enjoyed bits of this but didn't give it my full attention.
Good, very 70s rock, easy to listen to
very much what you expect. doesn't over stay its welcome
a solid mid 70s classic rock album - doesn't swing as much as I had remembered it as doing.
// Favs: – Score: Decent 3
Solid rock album, some good hits. Favorite Track: Sweet Emotion Relisten: No
Blimey, Aerosmith have been going for ages. This wasn’t half bad actually, entertaining and more varied than I expected. 3.whatever.
I've always hated the riff in sweet emotion with the weird backwards bit in it... also listening to this after Led Zeppelin iV, it just doesn't compare on any level....Walk this way basically saves this one
average album. I don't like aerosmith at all. This was a nice surprise, though.
Ganz nice, Mischung aus altem Rock und eher Richtung Rock'n'Roll. Würde ich natürlich so nicht hören, aber trotzdem ne stabile Platte denke ich.
Rien de particulier à signaler au sujet de cet album.
Didn't really enjoy this album, a bit dull
3/5, fun listen but probably not going back to it
If you are into the melding point between Southern and classic rock, here it is. Walk This Way is too big to be ignored. The boogie is real on Big Ten Inch Record. Sweet Emotion is the other pillar of this album. It's just not something I'm interested in. The singles keep this from being a 2 star.
Probably Aerosmith’s best album yet still not an album that I thoroughly enjoy. Walk this way and sweet emotion are some of their best songs. Steven Tyler still finds a way to do some annoying things in this one. The sound was pretty good thought out but still just a over average to me. 6.8/10
S’alright. Bit more bluesy than I expected but, it’s Aerosmith, init? Like eating at McDonald’s, might not be amazing…but you know what you’re getting.
Was different but wasn't the biggest fan of it tbh.
This album is mostly forgettable, besides a few standout tracks. Overall mid, 5/10.
I like to tease and roll my eyes at Aerosmith because I think the band and a lot of their hits have been overplayed and overrated, but damn the hard blues rock groove to open the album was killer! Truly unfortunate they let that energy die with Uncle Salty right after. I am still sick of Walk This Way, but it's groove is undeniable. || The lyrics are wildly, unabashedly horny throughout (esp big 10 inch record lol) which tracks with the era but is also more unsettling now considering some of Stephen Tyler's more salacious and predatory history (look up Julia Holcomb). || A few real good stand out songs and riffs make up for some filler. 3.5. I would round up to 4, but I already rated another Aerosmith album (Pump) a 5, and I don't think this album adds anything to the list that Pump doesn't.
So this album has two of the best rock songs ever written (Walk This Way and Sweet Emotion, as if there any doubt) and then some other songs. With the exception of 10 Inch Record, none of them are terrible - even the aforementioned is an amusing music hall pastiche. But the rest is just holding for the best bits.
"Toys in the Attic" is very much carried by "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion." I am so used to the Run DMC version that the original "Walk This Way" sounds a little weird, but "Sweet Emotion" is a six-star absolute classic. However, these two hits are not enough to carry the album to a more re-listenable level. "Big Ten Inch Record" is funny, in a "should I be bothered by this" kind of way, but the one pleasant standout was "Round and Round," with a grunge metal edge that could have been a Soundgarden inspiration... it was bizarre to follow that up with the Elton John-ish lead-in of "You See Me Crying." (Well... it turns out "Big Ten Inch Record" is a cover of a Bull Moose Jackson song from 1952. Jackson's other songs include "I Want a Bowlegged Woman." I am now half-way between appreciating it more for its full context and appreciating it less for another case of white rockers appropriating a black musicians song.)
It's only as good as its weakest link. I could've listened to this a couple times more but then I heard ST talking about his "big" 10-inch... I'm no penis expert but I think Long Dong Silver and John Holmes were bigger than ten inches. I had enjoyed it up to that point, but if I'm going to listen to a dick song, it'd be this stellar piece of art: https://youtu.be/bbJDjNLzv8U Thankfully, Sweet Emotion followed that which has got to be one of the best tracks in classic rock. All in all, I liked most of this album, but had to deduct a star for the cockiness.
Only giving a three for Walk This Way and Sweet Emotions. Rest of the album is ho-hum.
I like Aerosmith well enough so was happy to see this was today's album. When it got going though I found I wasn't enjoying it too much. Very jangly guitars, the first 3 songs were all just not doing it for me. Walk This Way and Sweet Emotion are obviously great songs and was nice to have them in the list, 10 Inch Record is a weird ragtime tune with not at all subtle innuendo. I did like No More No More, and Round and Round. Very up and down album, just couldn't grab me but had some solid moments in there.
Walk this way Sweet emotion Pas l'album du siècle mais bon, deux chansons marquantes
Back in the 70s the boys loved this album because Boston's Aerosmith brought The Rolling Stones sound to an American band. The girls loved this album because of Steven Tyler and his big ten-inch… record. Great rocking album with instant classics Sweet Emotion and Walk This Way. 3.75/5.
Some classics but also some meh songs
aye, it's not bad. sweet emotion is a good song like. also, shorttttttt. so many of these albums are way too long, thank you aerosmith for knowing when to shut up.
one big fat song and a bunch of alright but less imposing rock
Better than I expected
Better rock out there but sweet emotion is a damn good song
In terms of Aerosmith albums, this is a strong candidate for their best. Least filler and fairly consistent. But that doesn't mean any of the songs are anything to write home about. "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion" are well-deserved hits, and I'm glad they were re-popularized by Run-DMC, they're catchy and loud. The other tracks are mostly decent... it's polished and coordinated, but dull and uneventful. Their influences are very obvious. It's pretty safe blues rock mixed in with glam rock. They have hooks and riffs that stick out to any listener in all their songs. It's very much popular and riding on the wave of success of their predecessors. It's no surprise that their comeback in the late 80s was modeled on the very same concepts.
Yeah, cool. I didn't think I was that into Aerosmith, but I can definitely appreciate 😁
Hey ! I got this CD at home. It's nice somehow, probably one of Aerosmith's best albums. It's got the original version of "Rock This Way" in it. The thing is, should Aerosmith be included in a list of 1001 essential albums to listen to? No. And this here is why I won't say anything further about this record. Please, Dimery and associates, check your priorities a little. You need room for genuinely great or moving or grounsbreaking albums. You can't waste it like this. Number of albums left to review or listen to : more than 900, I've temporarily lost count here. Number of essential listens: more than a third so far. Number of albums I *might* include as essential listens: a quarter so far. Number of albums I *won't* consider as essential listen: more than a third so far (including this one)
Aersomith have some bangers. But they're littered between mediocre tracks.
I went into this one only knowing their two big hits (which are insanely BIG hits… like who doesn’t know “Walk this way”, and have you ever seen a rock n roll playlist without “Sweet emotion” on it?!) The rest of the album is pretty great, too, particularly the guitar licks. Solid rock.
The blueprint for Aerosmith's career is set here. Sleazy rock mixed with overblown pomp with a dash of FM blues. Not bad at all. Best Tracks: Walk This Way; Sweet Emotion; You See Me Crying
Año 1975 y ya están aquí "Walk this way" y "Sweet emotion". No hay más preguntas señorías.
Some awesome guitar riffery, walk this way the star of the show. No filler, was close to a 4 star.
Single entendre, double entendre, triple entendre. Something for everyone.
Aerosmith was the first band that I ever fell (briefly) in love with, so it's weird to reflect on their early career now that I've decidedly lost interest in the band that I was so infatuated with in the early-mid 90s. This is much more straightforward blues rock than I would have anticipated. Very much of its time and not showing many of the elements that would define their style in the 80s and 90s. Walk This Way is a notable exception, which is appropriate since that sound would kick start their success in the 80s. Sweet Emotion is another highlight of the album that sounds more like 80s Aerosmith. The rest of the album sucks ass and you can quote me on that (my name is Bill Gates) 3/5 and the two good songs on this album are pulling a lot of weight
Het kabbelde voorbij zonder dat ik het doorhad. Maar; best ok.
Eigenlijk niet zo heel boeiend, en beetje saai. Maar een extra ster voor Sweet Emotion, dat is echt een top track!
Probably ahead of its time, but there's only, like, two tracks on here I actually liked. Overall pretty meh, as I'm fairly certain I can't remember anything much about it beyond the two I tapped my foot to.
Okay, not bad, just not a huge Aerosmith fan.
I mean, sounds influential af, and The rock n roller coaster is still a thing lol but the album drags and feels longer than 37 minutes
Not as annoying as I thought it would be, some good songs I've never heard before
If I have to listen to an Aerosmith album this is the only one I really would be ok with.
Nice classic rock album. Not my favorite, but "Walk this way" is banger.
one of their best with pump
The best American rock album
uhhhh didn't finish it it's okay meh
the epitomy of classic rock. nty
Aerosmith are not my jam at all. I listened to a few songs on the album but couldn't finish it. A lot of Classic Rock to me is bland and repetitive and some of the lyricism is gross. Aerosmith are not a musically great band and this album is testament.
Not a fan. I can’t get into that 70s rock era so it’s hard for me to care.
two good songs but nothing else
I mean, at this point we all knew this was coming, I'm not a fan of hair bands but Aerosmith did it better than most, they seem to have a bit more groove and funk to them. certainly more so than Van Halen who we had last week. scarves and botox out of 5
The quintessential middle school boy rock album. GET IT? SEX! GET IT? CUM! DO YOU GET IT? DO. YOU. GET. IT???
Straighte Geschichte; nicht schlecht, aber wieder der Verdacht, dass die Angst vor der Empörung darüber, einen solch über Jahrzehnte profilierten Namen weggelassen zu haben, zumindest einen Listenplatz garantiert hat. Und dann kommt „Walk this way“ daher und Boom! Legendengeburt! Und was davor im Album eher Classic war, wird danach... ...classy 2.4
Fairly generic 70s rock and roll. Wouldn't listen again. Steven Tyler had a better voice back then, less rasping
Liked it less than I thought I would. I guess I was right all those years...
It was quite nice. But nothing standout or notable.
No matter how many times I try, just can’t get into them
I've listened to all aerosmith albums when i was 14 lol i really liked their singles but the album tracks didn't do much for me and its the same now, nothing awful but i wouldnt come back to it
rock de padre? rock de padre
The album was all over the place. Some good, some bad.
didnt like this cos i dont like aerosmith oops
Not great. Wouldn’t bother listening again
Poor timing with some bleak allegations against Steven Tyler, but got to #TrustTheProcess. Listened all the way... passed me by a bit.
Guess I didn’t save that lay on about the motorcycle and the road. It’s okay, the songs rate all I need to remember. These songs were in Armageddon. A pretty good album for a half an hour. Not all my cup of tea but songs I can listen to.
A record breaking album when it comes to blandness and lack of inspiration
This fucking sucked to be honest. There was nothing interesting or enjoyable about it. Not sure why it is on this list. 2 stars.
I listened to this album once after finding R.E.M.'s cover of the title track. Many "top album" lists of the 70s include this record. This album is a solid example of the best musicianship from the band. My favorite track by Aerosmith ("Sweet Emotion") is on this album. I have heard at least one other album in full from Aerosmith, and a variety of their singles. The music on the album is good, but I can't seem to get past the lyrics that I know or my suspicions of what may be in the lyrics that I don't know. Repeated exposure to Steven Tyler further cements his place in my mind as a creep -ick. The music gets 4 stars, but the album as a whole gets 2.
Not as bad as I was expecting.
Its kind of difficult to judge this one as I didnt grow up with it or listen to it as an album. walk this way and sweet emotion are obvious hits but the rest dont even sound like they belong on the same album. very tough to grade, if i can give the beatles a 2, then i can with this too.
all round not a massive fan of Aerosmith
Tiene 4 rolas chidas.
Their most listenable album, solely because of the title track and Walk This Way
Not very good
Not my favourite
Bon gros rock qui tâche très facile, quasiment aucune prise de risque. La production est agréable (encore heureux). Les mélodies et titres sont très oubliables et oubliés, mis à part le riff the walk this way. Sweet emotions intro/refrain sympa pourquoi le gacher avec ces riffs de bourrin sans aucune âme sur le reste de la chanson. Il ne faudrait quand même pas essayer d'être original et trop s'eloigner d'un bon vieux rock qui tâche. Qu'est-ce qu'on se fait chier, je retourne écouter Led Zep et Van Halen. Je mets quand même 2/5 parce que c'est pas désagrêable non plus.
Fun at times, sure. And Sweet Emotion is a bumping track. But overall just ok.
My first impression is that I know why they didn't make an impression in Oz. We had so many bands that knew how to rock. First two tracks - meh. A little bit of life in the third, but I'm still struggling to stay awake. "Walk This Way" sounded much better in 1986. Maybe it's the production, because there are some good songs trying to get out, but it sounds pretty pedestrian except for "Round and Round," which is good rock.
Another album that furthers my newfound understanding that on the whole, not that into Aerosmith outside of the handful of tracks I really like. One of them, 'Walk This Way', is here but nothing else here is something I'd choose to listen to again. Wouldn't go out of the way to turn off but would fully support the decision to switch to something else.
Alright I suppose.
They say this is the go-to album for AeroSmith . Some great , classic tracks : Walk this Way ,Sweet Emotion . I just can’t stand their ballads . Recently bought the album , Pump and that’s awful .
Minder irritant dan ik had verwacht, ook niet heel spannend.
Kinda meh. A few decent to strong songs in my opinion, but too few to make it worth coming back to probably. 4/10
thanks I hate it
This really did nothing for me, and "Walk This Way" was better when Run DMC did it :(
I'm confused why this album is on the list. This was released ten or twelve years before any of Aerosmith's popular albums. The only thing this album has going for it is the original version of "Walk This Way", but even that isn't anywhere near as good as the Cameo version.
Possono insistere a farmi sentire sti cazzo di aerosmith, ma son noiosi.
back in the 70s, steven tyler fucked an underaged groupie, and proceeded to literally adopt her as his legal daughter so he could keep fucking this child. he can stuff his big ten inch up his own ass for all i care.
Wow the variety. Perfect for an all-day hangout.