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Toto 10/14/1986

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. ~ William Ruhlmann
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Till the End Toto 5:22
  3. 2 We Can Make It Tonight Toto 4:12
  4. 3 Without Your Love Toto 4:30
  5. 4 Can't Stand It Any Longer Toto 4:36
  6. 5 I'll Be Over You Toto 3:47
  7. 6 Fahrenheit Toto 4:40
  8. 7 Somewhere Tonight Toto 3:40
  9. 8 Could This Be Love Toto 5:12
  10. 9 Lea Toto 4:28
  11. 10 Don't Stop Me Now [Instrumental] Toto 3:2

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