Toto - Toto

Toto

Toto

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1986-08-02
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 1978 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Child's Anthem Toto 2:45 USD 1.29
2
I'll Supply the Love Toto 3:44 USD 1.29
3
Georgy Porgy Toto 4:07 USD 1.29
4
Manuela Run Toto 3:55 USD 1.29
5
You Are the Flower Toto 4:10 USD 1.29
6
Girl Goodbye Toto 6:13 USD 1.29
7
Takin' It Back Toto 3:45 USD 1.29
8
Rockmaker Toto 3:19 USD 1.29
9
Hold the Line Toto 3:55 USD 1.29
10
Angela Toto 4:45 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • hmm...unlike the cynical iTunes reviewer

    5
    By Runcis
    I am not nearly as cynical as the author of the iTunes album review for this and other Toto albums. I don't think writing off studio musicians is wise, Some of the best artists on the plant are studio musicians. Some chose to stay in the studio, others move to the spotlight. That these gentlemen are verstile is something to be lauded rather than criticized or diminished. How many artists nowadays exhibit such strong chops? Hmmm? To me, this album was like a breath of fesh air in an era where rock was struggling to find its identity and disco was everywhere, like it or not. In this era, Bobby Kimball's voice was distinctive. The musicianship is stellar. I appreciate that Toto came onto the scene and has endured and continued to improve to this day.
  • The greatest debut album ever

    5
    By Pete Clemenza
    Ok, debut with an asterisk since they were basically a group while backing the great Boz Skaggs during the tour to promote his "silk degrees" album (his masterpiece which was co-written by Mr. David Paich). Every song a winner and the versatility of the musicians is on full display. Not to mention its show case song, "hold the line", just might be the greatest pop/rock single EVER!
  • Great American rock band

    5
    By jrhealy
    Crazy good album from start to end. Top notch musicians made their freshman effort better than most any, ever...
  • Toto's First Album

    5
    By Drjas63
    I was 15 when it was given to me - listening to hard rock and some pop - and then a door of creative music flew wide open for me when I heard this. There is more substance to the music on this album than most musicians will ever accomplish in a lifetime.
  • Toto Review

    5
    By Bammer3
    This is an amazing debut album. What makes the album great is that there is really no weak track on it. Yes, some are better than others, but all of them are worth listening to. Highlights of this album include popular singles "Hold The Line" and "I'll Supply the Love," as well as album tracks "Manuela Run," "Takin' It Back" and "Angela." The album is worth buying as a whole, but if you are not up to it, those are the songs worth purchasing alone, in my opinion.
  • awsome

    5
    By ericlomax
    My dad had this cassette and I loved it and after listening to it for years I decided to buy it on itunes......it has been the best $10 dollars I have ever spent so buy this album you will love it.
  • Great Album!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By kzky74
    This is a great album, I love the way the music tells a story.
  • May Jeff Porcaro Live On Forever!

    5
    By -T.
    In 1979, on my 12th birthday, my 21 year old sister gave me an audio cassette recording of this album. I had just started taking drum lessons and was blown away by the drum tracks on this record. Jeff Porcaro became one of my first drum heroes due to the flawless performances found here. Ironically, Jeff passed away on my 25th birthday. I'll never forget that sad day. Jeff's influence paved the way to a lifelong love of drumming. Download the whole album, it's a great ride!
  • Great memories

    5
    By hippoduction
    David Paich co-wrote much of Boz Scaggs' multi-platinum Silk Degrees album, and some of that shows through here, especially on Georgie Porgie and the vocal on Angela. Toto member Jeff Porcaro was not only a phenomenal studio drummer, but also a true gentleman. This and Toto IV are definitely worth your while.
  • toto

    5
    By Sweet Lew 27
    great first album if you are a real toto fan make sure this is in your collection.real funky with a bit of an edge to it!!!

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