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Seventh One album for sale by Toto was released Aug 30, 1988 on the Columbia label. Toto attempted to satisfy commercial considerations by loading up the first half of their seventh album with the kind of power ballads that had given the band recognition before, especially songs named after women whose names end in "A" like "Pamela" and "Anna." Seventh One CD music -- but these thinly veiled rewrites of "Rosanna" earned only modest radio play. The rest of the album rocked harder as it went on, and may have been truer to the band's musical aspirations. Seventh One CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Toto - Seventh One Album Track Listing
|1||Pamela See All 24 ||5:10|| $0.99|
|2||You Got Me See All 7 ||3:10|| $0.99|
|3||Anna See All 9 ||4:57|| $0.99|
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|4||Stop Loving You See All 21 ||4:29|| $0.99|
|5||Mushanga See All 8||5:35|| $0.99|
|6||Stay Away See All 6 ||5:28|| $0.99|
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|7||Straight for the Heart See All 10 ||4:10|| $0.99|
|8||Only The Children See All 7 ||4:09|| $0.99|
|9||Thousand Years See All 6 ||4:50|| $0.99|
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|10||These Chains See All 7 ||4:57|| $0.99|
|11||Home Of The Brave See All 12 ||6:48|| $0.99|
Seventh One buy CD music Customer Reviews
||Best album ever!|
This is without a doubt TOTO's best work ever and probably one of the best albums ever released by any artist. This is simply as close to perfect as it gets! All tracks are extremely well written, arranged and performed. Only weak song is maybe "Stay Away" Jeff Porcaro's unmistakable groove is all over this album and Joseph Williams proves more than ever his incredible talents as a singer. Highlights are "Pamela", "Stop Loving You", "Anna", "Mushanga" and "These Chains" The sound of the album is unique - it's a big, pompous, groovy 80's pop/rock sound. This album is a true masterpiece and every music lover ought to have a copy of this at home!
By simonbeyer (Holbęk, Denmark)
||It's the Best of them All !!!|
Farenheit and this Album should come together as one. Flawless collection I may say. Jay of Dgte. City.
By jay (Dubai-United Arab Emirates)
Seventh One songs After the creative success of Fahrenheit ToTo opted for a more overtly commercial offering with this release, ditching AOR in favour of strong pop tunes. The formula worked well. The splendid Pamela was a hit and would of gone to number one had a studio executive not pulled promotional funding. The album was full of potential singles from the dance track, 'You got me'(originally written for Whitney Houston) to the world styled flamenco flavoured 'Mushanga'. The instantly memorable,'Stop loving you' was a great power pop tune and that became the second single release, but unfortunately it failed to dent the charts, remaining at 96. The doo-wop like, 'Straight for the heart' failed to chart at all which must have frustrated the band. The album was full of talent, with guests from Linda Rondstat to Jon Anderson and with songs like the Heart sounding,'Only the children' and the Lukather ballad, 'These chains' it's hard to see why the album didn't get the success it deserved. ToTo's fortunes steadily declined after this release as they could no longer hold on to the American market with any degree of success. The glory years were over, but this album serves as a fitting reminder of how consistently brilliant the band were aswell as cementing their status as the unsung heroes of 80's pop!
By bullesse (Birmingham, England)
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||Toto's been a fav for many years|
These guys played as session musicians for so many other artists and paid their dues well before starting TOTO. They are tremendously talented. I've bought everything they have ever put out. Great stuff.
By markovpaul (Wichita ks)
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