11 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Any album bearing the Toto name is a mastery of tuneful studio perfectionism. Their superior musicianship made them in-demand session players in the ‘70s and then a top-selling group soon after. With original members Steve Lukather, David Paich, and Steve Porcaro, plus the return of original bassist David Hungate and singer Joseph Williams and new drummer Keith Carlock (Steely Dan), Toto deliver their first studio album since 2006’s Falling in Between. “Running Out of Time” and “Holy War” focus on guitar rock, while “All the Tears That Shine” is a piano-based ballad that’s purely Toto.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Any album bearing the Toto name is a mastery of tuneful studio perfectionism. Their superior musicianship made them in-demand session players in the ‘70s and then a top-selling group soon after. With original members Steve Lukather, David Paich, and Steve Porcaro, plus the return of original bassist David Hungate and singer Joseph Williams and new drummer Keith Carlock (Steely Dan), Toto deliver their first studio album since 2006’s Falling in Between. “Running Out of Time” and “Holy War” focus on guitar rock, while “All the Tears That Shine” is a piano-based ballad that’s purely Toto.

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