The Seventh One - Toto

The Seventh One

Toto

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1988-02-23
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 1988 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Pamela Toto 5:09 USD 1.29
2
You Got Me Toto 3:10 USD 1.29
3
Anna Toto 4:55 USD 1.29
4
Stop Loving You Toto 4:29 USD 1.29
5
Mushanga Toto 5:35 USD 1.29
6
Stay Away Toto 5:29 USD 1.29
7
Straight for the Heart Toto 4:09 USD 1.29
8
Only the Children Toto 4:09 USD 1.29
9
A Thousand Years Toto 4:51 USD 1.29
10
These Chains Toto 4:57 USD 1.29
11
Home of the Brave Toto 6:48 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Maybe best CD for TOTO

    5
    By Dodge555
    The CD is awesome from start to finish. Home of the Brave should have been a major hit. These guys still can rock and sing just saw the 6-16-17 they still have it.
  • Toto's best CD ever!

    5
    By FunnymanUndead
    Awesome!
  • Like finding a lost friend

    5
    By Rock and roll always
    I'm putting this album back in my collection after having given up my vinyl years ago. It's like meeting up with an old and treasured friend. I can't wait to marathon play it.
  • One of their best albums

    5
    By IMG
    The Seventh One is probably the strongest album after Toto IV. Toto's musicianship really shines from start to finish. The production is really crisp and this captures Toto in their element. Joseph Williams is the underrated star of this album because of his extraordinary vocal performance. This is a hard album to pick favorites because every track is solid. If you want to get a feel for the album, I would pick Pamela, Stop Loving You, Mushanga, Straight for the Heart, These Chains, and Home of the Brave as starting tracks. If you are a fan of Toto, I would highly recommend adding this album to your collection.
  • Gotta love Toto !!!!!

    5
    By Joesax
    This album by far is one of my favorite albums . I can never get enough of these guys ! Thank you Toto for such a great album !!!!
  • This is the best group ever!

    5
    By John M. F.
    Most teenagers are into rap or heavy metal, but contrary to their mass liking of those people, i am in love with classic rock whick includes toto's music. I like EVERY single one of their 80's songs, i have all of their 80's s albums, and i love them all. This is a great band to listen to when you are in any mood =D.... thnx
  • Greatest Album Ever

    5
    By i'mok
    This was the first TOTO album I owned. Excellent. These guys are masters of their art. Excellent work.
  • Great CD

    5
    By Jpnutcase
    There are so many talented musicians,but Toto was and still is awsome-my favorite band. Although Hold the Line will always be my favorite, these chains has a groove that is unbelievable. In 1992 a tragic thing happened, we lost Jeff Porcaro and Larrie Londin-Don Mclean almost had it right.I miss JP so much. JPFAN.
  • Great Album, to close out the 80's, for Toto!!!

    5
    By Lukatherfan
    I love this album because it has a good mixture of Pop, dance, and some acoustic music, as well... "Straight for the Heart," has a quick heavy drum beat that will make you want to get up and dance!!!! I think Jeff Porcaro's versatility, and talent as a drummer is showcased here... I think Toto starts to show the rest of the world, what kind, sensitive, and conscientcious human beings they are, listen to "Only The Children," "Home Of The Brave." I can't speak for others, but I enjoy listening to a band more when I know that they genuinely care about their fans... Thanks Toto!
  • Toto's Last Great Album

    5
    By Waverider126
    This is an excellent album from 1988 and the last to feature Joseph Williams as lead singer. It contains the superb hits - "Pamela" and "Stop Loving You" and others that would've been hits if only given the chance. Some of the highlights on this record are songs like "You Got Me" which is a fast paced pop number and which has great guitar work by Steve Lukather. The lush "Mushanga" which is reminescent of "Africa" and which has very cool & unique percussion by Jeff Porcaro. "Stay Away" is a powerful hard rocker that features Linda Rondstadt's tremendous vocals. "Straight for the Heart" is a great fast paced dance number. "Only the Children" is a very catchy mid tempo track with more great guitar & drumming. And the ballads - "Anna", " These Chains and "A 1000 Years" are very well done and satisfying as well. Basically, this album is superb from beginning to end and contains much of their best & most exciting work. A Must own for any Toto fan.

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