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The Toll

The Price Of Progression

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1988

Label: Geffen

Catalog Number: 24201

Average Rating: 84 / 100 (2 ratings)

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Personnel
Brad Circone vocals, guitars, piano
Rick Slik guitars, vocals
Brett Mayo drums, vocals
Greg Bartrom bass, vocals
Mick Ronson lead guitar (on Stand In Winter)
Lenny Pickett saxophone (on Smoke Another Cigarette)
Tracks
1.  Jazz Clone Clown  3:57
2.  Jonathan Toledo  10:07
3.  Smoke Another Cigarette  4:17
4.  Soldier's Room  3:32
5.  Word Of Honor  4:09
6.  Anna-41-Box  10:31
7.  Tamara Told Me  4:30
8.  Living In The Valley Of Pain  11:16
9.  Stand In Winter  5:32
  
Total Running Time:  57:51

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From: john g Date: January 17, 2004 at 18:27
Search this one out and play it extremely loud. You don't know what you are missing people.

From: Travis Johnson Date: January 24, 2004 at 2:44
Jonathan Toledo, Anna 41 Box, and Living in the Valley of Pain are 3 of the more interesting rock songs ever. The video for Jonanthan Toledo was out of this world. I will never foreget seeing it on MTV's late nite "new" music, while working at a nursing home, graveyard shift, in teh break room, during December of 1988...wow. i immediately bought the tape. Anna-41-Box is so different. and Pain---what a song.

From: Jim Wagner Date: February 4, 2004 at 7:55
Ahh-Memories!I saw The Toll on their "Price of Progression" tour back in 1988 in a large nightclub in San Antonio Texas. NOBODY in the audience knew who they were. I was working for KSYM college radio station in San Antonio when their horribly disorganized promotor came to us two days prior to the show begging us to promote it on our tiny radio station that had a broadcast reach of about half the city,(our share of the market was about a thousand on the average hour)anyway, I heard the record he

From: jw Date: February 4, 2004 at 7:59
Ahh-Memories!I saw The Toll on their "Price of Progression" tour back in 1988 in a large nightclub in San Antonio Texas. NOBODY in the audience knew who they were. I was working for KSYM college radio station in San Antonio when their horribly disorganized promotor came to us two days prior to the show begging us to promote it on our tiny radio station that had a broadcast reach of about half the city,(our share of the market was about a thousand on the average hour)anyway, I heard the record he

From: YSU Greg Date: February 16, 2004 at 23:27
Saw these guys play at Cedars in Youngstown many times while a college student in the 80's, they had a real following then. Great memories. Excellent album, not heavy on guitar with cool, slightly disturbed, and controversial lyrics. I'd call it the Doors meet Nirvana and The Cult. I still have this CD and play it to this day.

From: GregLittlefield Date: April 16, 2004 at 19:10
JIM! GIVE ME YOUR NEW ADDY! And the tour was spring 1989, fyi. Page of Progression: http://home.austin.rr.com/gregandi/toll/

From: Mellin Date: April 19, 2004 at 11:42
Die Scheibe 'Price of Progression' mit Jonathan Toledo/Jazz Clone Clown gehört eindeutig zu den Besten der 90'er. Leider in Deutschland sehr unbekannt und schwer zu bekommen. Musik mit sehr viel Herz --> Danke an diese super Rockband :-)

From: CurtisLoew Date: April 22, 2004 at 15:54
The Toll ruled.

From: ZMAN Date: September 1, 2004 at 21:53
I'll never forget....I was living London...They played twice in as many weeks there.....A place called the Borderline(below a mexican restrnt)..and the infamous 100CLUB...Both dynamic shows....Lead singer was worth his weight for a show....Muscially/Lyrically....right up there with the best of the times then...... And it was all in chance....Someone I knew at my job were friends with them.....Went to the afterparty at the Borderline... And they had the backing...Producers..Should have made it

From: Bobby G Date: October 1, 2004 at 9:52
Back in the 70s and 80s I had seen the Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Dead Boys, etc...And none of them came close to matching The Toll live. This band's live shows were everything rock shows are supposed to be- energy, improvisation, danger, and a kind of tribal quality where the band and the audience came together. The 2 albums only give a hint at how great this band was, but seek them out!

From: Kenneth Ekholm Date: October 15, 2004 at 18:05
I remember reading an almost out-of-this-world positive review about this album in Kerrang! magazine back in Sweden '88. Being into progressive music I didn't expect much of it, despite it's rumoured epic qualities. After all, we're talking straight rock'n'roll and not the more complex versions I was more used to. But I was flabbergasted - instantly blown away! Probably one of the best rock albums ever made. Even now, more than 16 years after it's release, it still shines with perfect quality.

From: tom ez Date: November 15, 2004 at 1:47
yeh buddy whoever said play this one loud. far moreso than the other release, this one captures something of the live show energy.

From: Mike Danser Date: January 15, 2005 at 0:25
Great records that didn't even approach the charisma,energy,and violent beauty this band had on stage.I was fortunate enough to see this band play the Newport theater numerous times in Columbus,OH and even follow them to Indy and Ohio Univ. and EVERY time it was incredible.This was some kind of violent collision of everything poetic,cathartic,and improvisatory that I've ever seen or heard in ANY great rock band.If they would have released a live warts and all album or a live concert video-the wo


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