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Album Review

After the ballad-deprived Isolation failed to meet the marketplace like its predecessor, Toto IV, Toto returned to making lush, mid-tempo tunes of romantic despair on Fahrenheit, enlisting their third lead singer, Joseph Williams, and calling in chips all over L.A. to score cameos from the likes of Michael McDonald, Don Henley, David Sanborn, and even Miles Davis, who had the closing track, "Don't Stop Me Now," pretty much to himself. Williams was a slightly grittier and more identifiable vocalist than Bobby Kimball or Fergie Frederiksen. But while the return to power ballads had the intended effect on the pop and adult contemporary charts (both "I'll Be over You" and "Without Your Love" scored), the album had a relatively low chart peak and failed to go gold. That kind of disconnection always indicates that the radio audience is failing to identify the songs with the group that made them, and it always means a career in trouble.

Customer Reviews

A good comeback

In this recording Toto was simply complying with the "higher powers" aka producers. A band with such an amazing ability to blend rock, jazz and world music needed to water down their creative genius to satisfy a commercial thrust. Regardless, they kicked it with a groove that is very distinctive of Toto. William's vocals were a fresh addition and I agree with one listener that Lukather's solos were way over processed, maybe too much excitement with his new gear. Overall it's a nice album especially for fans like us! Rock on Toto!!!!!!!

Joseph Williams 1st Album with Toto!!!!

I don’t think a lot of casual Toto fans know that Joseph Williams, is the son of John Williams, the famous composer, remember “Star Wars?” I think Toto really shows their keyboard wizardry on this album, these are some of the most INCREDIBLE keyboards I've ever heard!!! Thank you Steve Porcaro, and David Paich!!! I think David Paich does a wonderful job singing on the ballad “Lea,” as well...


Toto is an awesome band from the 80's, they made some of the best rock ever


Formed: 1978 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Toto was formed in Los Angeles in 1978 by David Paich (b. June 21, 1954, Los Angeles; keyboards, vocals), Steve Lukather (b. October 21, 1957, Los Angeles; guitar, vocals), Bobby Kimball (b. Robert Troy Kimball, March 29, 1947, Vinton, LA; vocals), Steve Porcaro (b. September 2, 1957, Connecticut; keyboards), David Hungate (b. Texas; bass), and Jeff Porcaro (b. April 1, 1954, Hartford, CT; d. August 5, 1992, Hidden Hills, CA; drums). Paich was the son of arranger Marty Paich; the Porcaros were the...
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