16 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Toto burst out of the L.A. music scene in the ‘70s with the fiery overdrive and bouncing piano of their burner “Hold the Line.” Soon after, they filed the rough edges off their sound and began crafting dreamy soft rock hits. Their pop leanings are clear on the funky glitz of “Pamela,” with its high-gloss production and dazzling synths, and they shine even brighter through the dense instrumentation and punchy horn blasts of “Rosanna.” But it's “Africa,” with its toe-tapping percussion and soaring chorus, that will make you hit repeat.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Toto burst out of the L.A. music scene in the ‘70s with the fiery overdrive and bouncing piano of their burner “Hold the Line.” Soon after, they filed the rough edges off their sound and began crafting dreamy soft rock hits. Their pop leanings are clear on the funky glitz of “Pamela,” with its high-gloss production and dazzling synths, and they shine even brighter through the dense instrumentation and punchy horn blasts of “Rosanna.” But it's “Africa,” with its toe-tapping percussion and soaring chorus, that will make you hit repeat.

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