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Artist: Toto

Title: Fahrenheit

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Toto Fahrenheit Album Cover

 

Category: AOR

Year: 1986

Label: Columbia Records

Catalog Number: CK-40273

Personnel

Steve Lukather guitar, vocals
David Paich keyboards, vocals
Jeff Porcaro percussion, drums
Steve Porcaro keyboards, vocals
Mike Porcaro bass
Joe Porcaro percussion

Tracks

1.  Till the End  5:27
2.  We Can Make It Tonight  4:16
3.  Without Your Love  4:33
4.  Can't Stand It Any Longer  4:38
5.  I'll Be over You  3:50
6.  Fahrenheit  4:39
7.  Somewhere Tonight  3:46
8.  Could This Be Love  5:14
9.  Lea  4:29
10.  Don't Stop Me Now instrumental  3:05
  
Total Running Time:  43:57

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From: dan Date: July 14, 2001 at 22:42
Check the Liner notes dude miles davis played on this mutha !

From: koogles Date: January 3, 2002 at 20:50
Probably one of the finest West Coast CDs ever made. A nice change after the frantic (but good) 'Isolation'. 'I'll Be Over You', 'Without Your Love' and 'Could This Be Love' are the definition of West Coast AOR. Simply magnificant.

From: shapshankly Date: May 16, 2002 at 10:32
I agree with koogles all the way, a fine album. All the songs are great, especially the ones mentioned above, but also check out 'Till The End'.

From: Andre Tekken Date: January 7, 2003 at 11:14
I must say that this is among all previous albuns the most 'positive',soft BUT also full of soul and jazzistic influences.As usuall!Beautifull songs sophisticaded arrengements make this CD quite like it`s predecessor but lighter and more mellow.I just don`t know how to say it,but Joseph Williams the singer sometimes reminds me George Michael.Highlights on top ten hits like Lea and I`ll be over you!Looking for an easy listening album from this band,this is it!Two thumbs up!!GROOVY!

From: TIM Date: October 15, 2003 at 13:41
Have to agree with Andre and koogles- good album. 'I'll Be Over You' is my favorite.

From: pablo Date: November 15, 2003 at 13:47
Un ligero baj'n respecto al gran 'Isolation' este es un cd mucho m's soft ,pero de enorme calidad igualmente

From: robert Date: November 15, 2003 at 19:15
Casi igual d bueno q el anterior!! 'Como puede haber una banda tan Genial como esta en el mundo y q no hayan tocado jamas en Spain? como JOURNEY, FOREIGNER, BOSTON, SURVIVOR, NIGHTRANGER, HEART, STYX... ETC

From: bateman Date: May 7, 2004 at 9:42
Good album, but not their best though. Pretty much standard. 'We can make it tonight' and 'Lea' you have got to hear nevertheless.

From: TIM (2) Date: August 18, 2004 at 4:19
Their first with Joseph Williams on board. He may not be as good technically as Kimball, but suits this smoother style of delivery more than the very poppy-sounding 'Isolation'. 'Can't Stand it any Longer' is extraordinary with huge keys and powerful vocals, and 'Could This be Love' is nearly as good. 'I'll be Over You' is a really sickly-sweet ballad, and the second half of this album is a bit patchy (ending with a Jazz instrumental). 8/10.

From: BCASARIN(MEX) Date: January 17, 2005 at 23:22
1986, THE BEST YEAR IN AOR HISTORY SERIOUSLY!!!

From: greenmanelishi Date: June 25, 2005 at 16:53
ONE OF THE HOLIEST MASTERPIECES OF FINEST AOR, I THINK THIS IS THE BEST RECORD OF THIS BAND. JOSEPH WILLIAMS IS BRILLIANT, AND THE VIDEOCLIPS ARE BRILLIANT TOO. PERFECT CHORUS, PERFECT ARRANGEMENTS, PERFECT PRODUCTION, PERFECT TECHNIQUE AND UNIQUE VIRTUOUSISM FOR ONE OF THE BEST BANDS EVER BORN IN THIS PLANET. TIL THE END, WE CAN MAKE IT TONIGHT, I'LL BE OVER YOU, COULD THIS BE LOVE, LEA, I CAN'T STOP NAMING JEWELS, IS DIFFICULT TO FIND THE BEST SONG. ALL THIS RECORD IS SUPERB AND HAS NO STUFF T

From: greenmanelishi Date: June 25, 2005 at 16:55
TO DISCARD. IF YOU WANNA DREAM, CLOSE YOUR EYES AND LISTEN TO THIS MASTERPIECE, AND I RECOMMEND SEVENTH ONE TOO, IS REALLY AMAZING TOO!

From: aMetalhead1966 Date: January 10, 2006 at 13:01
AOR (Average Overrated Rock) usually doesn't do a thing for me... I always find it so tepid and fey,but this does get the blood moving in a nice friendly manner. Mr Lukather is as always in fine form,as is the rest of the band....nice to put on every now and then....

From: MikeTuinstra Date: March 28, 2006 at 14:12
Fantastic AOR! The best you can get. Only their follow up The Seventh One from 1988 is better. Also check out the contribution of Miles Davis on Don't Stop Me Now.

From: aorfan700 Date: October 22, 2008 at 15:25
Not a great 'album' at all. Near half of it is excellent but half of it is pretty painful listening and bad if you ask me. The seventh one is hugely superior as an album. The seventh one has only a couple of semi-duds. This one is 500ffensively unpleasant tunz to me. That's my opinion. I can do without Fahrenheit. I'll be quite happy with my I'll be over you 12' maxi single, seventh one cd and past to present cd to cream it all off. Don't get me wrong, I have personal major beef with this album... I'm not saying it's utter crap, just it's over-rated and I really hate half of it personally

From: MikeTuinstra Date: March 20, 2010 at 20:40
In addition to the former I consider Joseph Williams to be the best Toto lead. Bobby Kimball doesn't factually have a better singing technique, this guy has one hell of a vocal style. If anything I'd say it's the other way around. It's more about personal preference. And I'm a fan of Bobby just the same.

From: halfordhughes Date: April 22, 2011 at 0:44
Somewhere Tonight!!!!!

From: ShadowAngel Date: March 23, 2013 at 14:54
New album, new singer again...and i don't like it a lot. It sounds lame, after the awesome Isolation i thought they would stick with that sound. Instead they turned RnB and became mellow. Till the End, Can't stand it any longer, Somewhere Tonight and Don't Stop me Now with the legendary Miles Davies are the standout songs for me. The rest is pretty much forgettable. I'll be over You is a nice ballad but overplayed and Lea has to be one of the most boring songs i ever heard.

From: hair metal again Date: December 28, 2014 at 3:47
excellent release by TOTO back in 86 with Steve s guitars having a less important role and vocs and percussion lead the way!all the songs are on the softer side but very well structured and the whole result is smooth and of the highest quality!"i ll be over you","cant stand it any longer","somewhere tonight " are the highlights!


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