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For Aerosmith's previous album, 1974's Get Your Wings , the band began working with record producer Jack Douglas , who co-produced the album with Ray Colcord . In the liner notes to the 1993 reissue of Greatest Hits it was said by an unnamed member of the group that they "nailed" the album. [2] 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 . The sessions for Toys were produced by Douglas without Colcord - the album was engineered by Jay Messina with assistant engineers Rod O'Brien, Corky Stasiak and Dave Thoener. The songs for Toys were recorded with a Spectrasonics mixing board and a 16-track tape recorder . [7] By this point, Aerosmith had fully matured as a band and Steven Tyler made sex the primary focus of his songwriting on the album.


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