That's a pretty impressive medal haul for a "mainstream" band don't you think? Toto have released another album in 2006 called Falling In Between, its good to see them still recording but it is a shame you don't hear them on the radio no more. (well here in New Zealand anyway)
What does Rolling Stone think about Toto?
Toto sings love songs of little distinction or consequence, offering greeting-card verse and aural bouquets to fantasy lovers via the medium of cutting-edge studio technology and their own well-honed sessionman "chops." The group's cleverly titled new album, Toto IV, follows this formula to a T, mixing sodden ballads taken at tiptoeing-rhino tempos with booming, echoey rock songs. This band of pros doesn't miss a trick: since Asia has lately become the platinum nom de plume of four British art-rock superstars, Toto has asserted its territorial imperative with a tune called "Africa"–a ringer for the U.K group's FM smash, "Heat of the Moment." There's even a touch of Asia on Toto IV in the artificially malleted xylophone sounds that pop up on occasion. Typical of an album that feels about as real as a Velveeta-orange polyester leisure suit. [Source: RS 374]
For Asia see Number 658
Toto - africa
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