AerosmithToys In The Attic

Label:Columbia – PC 33479
Vinyl, LP, Album, Pitman Pressing
Style:Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Blues Rock


A1Toys In The Attic
Written-ByJ. Perry*, S. Tyler*
A2Uncle Salty
Rhythm GuitarTom Hamilton (2)
Written-ByS. Tyler*, T. Hamilton*
A3Adam's Apple
Arranged BySteven Tyler
Written-ByS. Tyler*
A4Walk This Way
Written-ByJ. Perry*, S. Tyler*
A5Big Ten Inch Record
PianoScott Cushnie
Written-ByF. Weismantel*
B1Sweet Emotion
Marimba [Bass Marimba]Jay Messina
Written-ByS. Tyler*, T. Hamilton*
B2No More No More
PianoScott Cushnie
Written-ByJ. Perry*, S. Tyler*
B3Round And Round
Written-ByB. Whitford*, S. Tyler*
B4You See Me Crying
Arranged BySteven Tyler
Written-ByD. Solomon*, S. Tyler*

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Recorded & mixed at: The Record Plant, New York. Mastered at: The Mastering Lab, Los Angeles.

Track A5 - "Big Ten Inch Record" was composed by Fred Weismantel in 1952 and was originally recorded by Bullmoose Jackson.

This entry is for Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman pressings with these distinguishing features:
• Runouts include “TML" for The Mastering Lab.
• Pitman pressing denoted by an often faint "P" stamped in the runouts.
• No etching identifying who the lacquer was cut by, such as “AZ" (Allen Zentz).
• No "o" stamp for Customatrix.
• The rear of the LP jacket has "AEROSMITH NEWSLETTER" and not "AERSOSMITH FAN CLUB".
• Ⓟ 1975 CBS Inc. on labels
• Runouts etched except stamped indicia for The Mastering Lab and Pitman.

Before adding any variants, be sure to compare to other Pitman pressings and recognize that "PAL" and "PBL" on Columbia releases indicate red-label pop and jazz records and not necessarily a Pitman pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): AL 33479
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): BL 33479
  • Pressing Plant ID (Stamped in runouts): P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout [Variant 6]): PAL 33479 1C L.S.J.D TML-S P
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout [Variant 6]): PBL 33479•1D L.S.J.D. TML-S P

Other Versions (5 of 211)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Toys In The Attic (LP, Album)CBS, CBSCBS 80773, PC 33479Europe1975
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Toys In The Attic (LP, Album, Quadraphonic)ColumbiaPCQ 33479US1975
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Toys In The Attic (LP, Album)CBSS 80773Spain1975
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Toys In The Attic (LP, Album, Stereo)CBS, CBSS 80773, CBS 80773UK1975
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Toys In The Attic (LP, Album, Promo)ColumbiaPC 33479US1975



  • SiLic0ne.t0aD's avatar
    I think I have some weird hybrid pressing.. Matrix matches this release, but my jacket is lighter colored & says "Aerosmith Fan Club" on the back. I don't see another listing like it. Maybe it's a transitional pressing, when they went to using lighter colored printing, while retaining the early fan club sleeve text? That's my guess anyway.
    Either way, I can't complain.. It's VG and was in my local record stores $1 bin. ;)
    • BOBBRADLEY's avatar
      Beast of a pressing, a true “fat dog” very warm. Good tone is heavy and hard to carry!
      • SeraProto's avatar
        I love it, one of my favorites and I listen to it all the time. I'd love to get a heavier more durable record as of course mine is quite used. I got it used for 2 dollars, and by that point it was well loved and pretty warped. Still plays fine though and has that nice aged sound. I like to pull this one out and Tarkus when showing my friends how cool records are.
        • jtm1967's avatar
          This is an excellent pressing but I find the Chet Bennett master slightly better. It’s slight but like the balance slightly better. Seek out a Bennett master to own both vintage pressings that matter. No need to ever buy a modern remastered repress of this. Never
          • mikeSF_'s avatar
            Edited 2 years ago
            This is a super clean copy of a '75 pressing, mix is quite bass heavy, vocals are mixed quite low. Overall, lacking in sparkly highs as well. Not sure if the entire release was mastered this way or it is unique to the pressing. The kick drum is very punchy as a result, which is nice.

            "You See Me Crying" has distortion on the vocals, clipping on the ensemble portions. I'm guessing this master is a little too hot.
            • bradleybusson's avatar
              SONIC 1 Just showed up in my note box what does this mean?
              • drilez.dr60's avatar
                The first Side A runout Variant 5 listed matches: PAL 33479 1C TML-S L.S.J.D
                But my side 2 goes something like this: PBL-33479 1C TML-M L.S.J.D.
                • evanthornhill91's avatar
                  One of the first Aerosmith records i ever listened to.
                  • jonnyreb9's avatar
                    my run out groove has this....T1 PAL 33479 1E [then something I can't make out], L.S.J.D.
                    on side B its the same except for its 1F............does any one know what pressing this is? The cove spine has PC33479.


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