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Artist: Toto

Title: Falling in Between

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Category: Melodic Rock

Year: 2006

Label: Frontiers Records (Italy)

Catalog Number: FRCD273


Bobby Kimball vocals
Joseph Williams vocals on track 3
Steve Lukather guitars, vocals
Mike Porcaro bass
David Paich keyboards, vocals
Greg Phillinganes keyboards, vocals
Simon Phillips drums, percussion
Steve Porcaro synth, keyboards
Lenny Castro percussion
Ian Anderson flute
Ray Hermann tenor sax
Tom Scott tenor sax
James Pankow trombone
Lee Thornburg trumpet
L. Shenkar violin, vocals
Trevor Lukather backing vocals
James Torme backing vocals
Monet backing vocals
Jason Scheff backing vocals


1.  Falling in Between  4:05
2.  Dying on My Feet  6:12
3.  Bottom of Your Soul  7:00
4.  King of the World  4:02
5.  Hooked  4:37
6.  Simple Life  2:23
7.  Taint Your World  4:02
8.  Let It Go  4:59
9.  Spiritual Man  5:23
10.  No End in Sight  6:09
11.  The Reeferman Japanese bonus track  1:45
Total Running Time:  50:37

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Existing comments about this CD

From: rene Date: February 12, 2006 at 15:18
Okay okay, i have to be the one again to start all this lol. Anyway, i listen to some 30 seconds of each song and not bad but i never been a TOTO fan. I will let TOTO fans do the talk. Good luck.

From: Nick C Date: February 13, 2006 at 7:57
I'm biased as I like the lads, but this gets better and better the more I listen to it - and I thought it was excellent from the off. Melodies that initially dug deep have dug even deeper. Highlights for me are 3,4,6 & 9...but that'll change again by this time tomorrow. Seriously a fantastic release and surely one of Toto's best, if you like their sound then this is a must have and you'll find them reaching for new heights, if you don't ..well give it a spin it might surprise you.

From: ROBERT Date: February 13, 2006 at 10:35
Sigue sin convencerme este ultimo trabajo, y eso q tiene grandes temas: Simple Life, Botton of your Soul, King of the World. pero para mi humilde gusto, estos no son "mis" Toto, osea los q hicieron Obras Maestras del mas puro A.O.R. como: 4, THE SEVENTH ONE, FAHRENHEIT, ISOLATION... ETC Habra q seguir escuxandolo...

From: TIM (2) Date: February 14, 2006 at 5:26
Wow,what a poor start to an album. 2 proggy -fairly aimless- tracks kick this off,with especially the title track sounding like an unfinished demo track. Thankfully things improve. "Bottom of Your Soul" is killer,love the instrumental duel between acoustic guitar & piano. "Simple Life" is another big highlight,but is cut off in it's prime at 2.23 mins. "Spiritual Man" is also stunning,love the harmony vocals & the soul influences. Despite being overrated by some this is very good indeed. 8.5/10.

From: aTomiK Date: February 17, 2006 at 18:17
Fantastic album Guys! I´ve only listened this once and it´s a perfect 10/10 cd right away! Can´t wait to get deeper into lyrics and melodies, because i know that it will only get better. (How can it get better if it´s already 10/10, i don´t know ) BTW, welcome to Finland! (TOTO in Helsinki march 1st)

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From: Jez Date: February 24, 2006 at 10:24
Since the Magnificent 'Seventh One', it has been a bit of an up & downhill ride with Toto - I loved the new tracks from the 'Past To Present' Best of (yes I know Byron was on them), but thought 'Kingdom Of Desire' & 'Tambu' were somewhat patchy in places. 'Mindfields got things back on track big time, then we had the Covers album, which I still think wasn't as bad as alot made it out to be, but yes,we wanted new material right?? And finally after a 6 + year wait it is here.

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From: Jez Date: February 24, 2006 at 10:39
'Falling In Between' just about covers all bases that the band have touched on previously, with a few new tricks aswell. The opening title track shows the band at their most Progressive & isn't the easiest way to start the album off, good though it is. 'Dying On My Feet' is also quite a challenge, but is brilliantly arranged, especially for the huge horn section in the final 2 minute . 'Bottom Of Your Soul' is prime time Toto circa 'The Seventh One' with a fine vocal from Joseph Williams.

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From: Jez Date: February 24, 2006 at 10:53
'King Of The World' is another more commercial track featuring Paich, Lukather & Kimball all sharing vocals. 'Hooked is a pretty straightforwrd rock track with a few more Proggy elements featuring Ian Anderson on flute - good solo from Luke also. 'Simple Life' is an excellent Luke sung ballad, but way too short (was just getting into this then it ends - hit repeat x4). 'Taint Your World' is all balls out with an excellent Bobby Kimball vocal - A great live song for sure.

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From: Jez Date: February 24, 2006 at 11:10
Initially 'Let It Go' reminds me of 'Jake To The Bone' from 'Kingdom Of Desire' especially in the rhythm section arrangement & it's loose feel, also notable for a great, soulful Greg Phillinganes vocal. 'Spiritual Man' is fabulous & my album highlight. A gospel tinged ballad featuring vocals from Paich, Phillinganes & Kimball & a massive gospel choir at the finish. 'No End In Sight' mixes the tempos between verse/chorus & again reminds me of 'The Seventh One' era & ends the album in fine style.

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From: Jez Date: February 24, 2006 at 11:25
The Jap bonus 'The Reeferman' is basically a 2 minute studio jam session that doesn't really do alot. This is without a doubt the best Toto album since 'The Seventh One' & with time will probably be looked upon as one of the strongest albums they have ever recorded. Bobby Kimball hasn't sounded this good in years, whilst the rest of the band sound fresh & Invigorated compared to the last few albums & this comes across big time in the whole sound of the record. Album of the year? Very Probable

From: swriter Date: March 5, 2006 at 13:43
hmm, well, I hate to do this, but, this one has not kicked in for me yet, I do like a few tunes but overall a bit disappointed, oh well, I will keep listening!!!!

From: masmusic Date: March 6, 2006 at 13:44
I too was a little disapointed when I first heard this CD, After all the hype and Andrew from MR scoring it 100% I was looking forward to really owning this...but after giving it the first listen I was disapointed as I expected more. The more you listen to it the more it grows on you but overall I still thought it was over rated. I would rate it more 7/10 not 10/10

From: ROBERT Date: March 14, 2006 at 12:40
ATENCION ATENCION!!! TOTO: confirmados conciertos en Spain!!!! Vaya pedazo noticion, lo pone en su pagina Web, Confirmado!! http://www.toto99.com/tourdates/tototour.shtml Domingo 23 Julio en Razzmatazz, Barcelona!! Lunes 24 Julio en La Riviera, Madrid Soy Feliz!!!

From: MikeTuinstra Date: March 28, 2006 at 13:04
Toto returning to The Seventh One sound! This is a great album! One of the highlights is Bottom Of Your Soul which features the return of Joseph Williams. Definitely worth getting.

From: Geoff Date: March 30, 2006 at 20:02
I'm not into this at all. When I look at an album line-up and I see the words flute, sax, trombone, trumpet etc… well, there’s a Geoff-sized hole in the door because I’ve run right through it, closed or not. The first 3 tracks are lessons in terror, IMO. ‘King of the world’ is a good commercial rocker and ‘Simple life’ is very nice too. The rest, IMO, are just plain awful tracks. I'm convinced that if this did not carry the Toto logo on the cover this would be panned or ignored. Sorry guys.

From: JF Date: April 27, 2006 at 19:30
La verdad es que coincido con lo leido en otra pagina web. Excelente produccion e intrepretacion. Pero que pasa con las canciones. Primero esto me suena a una mezcla de Kingdom con el Tambu agregandole sonidos progres. La primera cancion demuestra el nivel de excelencia del grupo instrumentalmente pero el coro es muy pobre, no me engacha y creo que ese es el defecto q siento en este disco. La mayoria de canciones no tienen coros pegajosos.

From: JF Date: April 27, 2006 at 19:35
Por supuesto no digo que sea malo, es infinitamente superior al Minfield pero esperaba sonidos mas cercanos a los disco de los 80. La mejor cancion para mi gusto es Bottom of Your Soul. Lastima que no exista una clasica balada de Lukhater. Soy fan de canciones como Ana, Ill Be over you, 99,etc. Colocarle un puntaje de 100 en una conocida pagina me parece totalmente exagerado, entonces que puntaje tendrian sus anteriores disco clasicos de los ochentas - 150,180 o 200?

From: JF Date: April 27, 2006 at 19:38
Habra que darle mas escuchas.

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:11
parece q este es el Set List d la Gira d Toto:Intro / Falling In Between (Falling In Between 2006) King of the World (Falling In Between 2006) Pamela (The Seventh One 1988) Bottom of Your Soul (Falling In Between 2006) Caught In the Balance (Mindfields 1999) Make Believe (Toto IV 1982) Hold the Line (Toto 1978) Stop Loving You (The Seventh One 1988) I'll Be Over You (Fahrenheit 1986) Cruel (Mindfields 1999) I Will Remember (Tambu 1995) Greg Solo Rosanna (Toto IV 1982) Band Introduction Let It Go

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:11
Let It Go (Falling In Between 2006) Endless (Isolation 1984) Isolation (Isolation 1984) Gift of Faith (Tambu 1995) Kingdom of Desire (Kingdom of Desire 1992) Luke Solo / The Pump (cover Jeff Beck) Simon Solo / Hydra (Hydra 1979) Taint Your World (Falling In Between 2006) I Won't Hold You Back (Toto IV 1982) Girl Goodbye (Toto 1978) Home of the Brave (The Seventh One 1988) Africa (Toto IV 1982)

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:13
Personalmente para el Concierto del Año sino del Siglo en Barcelona el 25 d Julio en Razzmatazz:kitaria todas las del ultimo disco,Tb "Cruel" del Mindfields por "Melanie" y los solos tb los eliminaria y cambiaria o las sustituiria Personalmente por estas otras: (*estas sobre todo pues son mis Super Favoritas) *Don't Chain My Heart (Kingdom Of Desire 1992) Alucinante Bestial y Cañera... *Straight From The Heart (The Seventh One 1988) Escalofriante, alucinante, super Aoera (Vaya Teclas) y q casi n

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:14
y q casi nunca tocaron en Live! *Georgy Porgy (Toto 1978) Mitica *Waiting For Your Love (IV 1982) Una d mis Perferidas, Alcucinantes coros y Teclas!!! *You Got Me (The Seventh One 1988) Puro Aor *99 (Hydra 1979) Pedazo d Himno! *A Thousand Years ( The Seventh One 1988) Baladote! Turn Back (Turn Back 1981) *Ana (The Seventh One 1988) Mi Balada Favorita d Toto. Till The End (Faherenheit 1986) I Supply The Night ( Toto 1978) d sus primeras Joyas. *Only The Children (The Seventh One 1988) Brutal! Tw

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:15
Two Hearts (Kingdom Of Desire 1992) Una d mis Prefes d este disco! Esta sustituyendo a la larga Instrumental Kingdom Of Desire. The Other End Of Time (Tambu 1995) Otro Baladon! && Pondria Esta sustituyendo a Gift Of Faith. Jake To The Bones//Child's Anthem (Kingdom Of Desire 1992//Toto 1978)) Pedazo d Instrumental! && Estas en vez d los Solos... Lea (Faherenheit 1986) Baladon! How Does It Feel (Isolation 1984) Otro Baladon! Mama (Hydra 1979) Bestial! *Goind Home (XX 1998) Acojonantisima Inedita

From: ROBERT Date: June 28, 2006 at 12:15
Y por supuesto dejaria el resto del Set List!! Soñar es Gratis ¿no? Joder, pero q Ganas q yege el dia 25 d Julio para ver por Fin a esta Super Banda, una d mis 5 favoritas d AOR d toda la Historia. Lo mas cerca q e estado es en el 2º Nemel en Madrid en el 2002 viendo a los TUTO TOTO esa Genial Banda Española d Versiones d Toto. Y Alucine colores, se me puso la carne d gayina y me puse a yorar d la Emocion... Saludos Tot-aoeros!!

From: ROBERT Date: July 24, 2006 at 9:49
Joder joder joder!! Spain is TOTO!!! HOY Madrid y mañana, mañana, MAÑANA!!!!: Mi City!! BARCELONA!!!!

From: ROBERT Date: July 25, 2006 at 19:22
Vaya Tela! Acabo d yegar a mi xoza destrozao perdio!! Toy desidratado, destrozado, Sudado, .. pero Feliz!! :lol: No recuerdo haber sudado asi dd q tenia 17 años!! :-D Impresionado estoy todavia: Home Of The Brave: La mejor, Improvisando solos sin parar el Brutal Steve. Vaya Tela! Pamela: A sonado menos Rockera d lo q me esperaba... una pena, pues es mi 3ª Favorita del Grupo. Los 2 primeros temas, no me han molado, pues no me gusta el ultimo disco, No entiendo como pueden empezar con "eso", yo

From: ROBERT Date: July 25, 2006 at 19:22
yo ubiera metido el GOING' HOME... Cuestion d Gustos, supongo... pero cuando a empezado a sonar las primeras notas d Pamela, los seguratas casi me exan... por cierto e tenido la suerte d piyar 1ª Fila y encima centrado! Y eso q e yegado a las 7 y media y ya abia cola d cojones, pero gracias a q unos colegas estaban los primeros (dd las 4 d la tarde!!) e podido piyar ese sitio tan Genial. Y Realmente eso ace muxo por q disfrutes un concert, siempre lo e dixo: no es lo mismo, al menos para mi, est

From: ROBERT Date: July 25, 2006 at 19:23
al menos para mi, estar atras del todo, o sentado, yo personalmente, soy d los q viven a tope un concert. Y hoy sin duda lo e gozado, pues e botao y bailado d lo lindo con "mis" temas Favoritos... Rosana - tb a estado Brutal Hold The Line - ni q decir... Isolation - Bien, bien, bien.. Me han sobrado los solos y los 5 temas del ultimo e infumable invento

From: ROBERT Date: July 25, 2006 at 19:23
Lo dixo e disfrutado d lo lindo, aunq kiza no sea imparcial (seguro q no), yo dd donde estaba, por ejemplo, no oia bien al Bobby, en cambio muxos colegas mios me an dixo q dd otros sitios se le oia Genial... Pero bueno, para yevar esperando 30 años al Steve y Cia, a estado Brutal, d verdad! el problema es q por muxo q lo intente no puedo ser imparcial, pues Amo a este grupo, eso si tengo q decir q unos temas me an gustado infinitamente mas q otros, y por supuesto se an kedado fuera todos mis Gra

From: ROBERT Date: July 25, 2006 at 19:24
Grandes favoritos: GOIN' HOME, STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART, DON'T CHAIN MY HEART, ANNA, I WILL REMEMBER, 99, THE OTHER SIDE, GEORGY PORGY, ... pero ya se sabe: No hay nada perfecto... Saludos especiales para: Yurop, MolletAor, Victor y Manel. Y Muxisimos Besazos para mi Marta!! :d Bueno, Amig@s mañana mas...

From: victordeaor Date: July 27, 2006 at 12:43
YEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAHH!!!!...calor mucho calor... pero merecio la pena ver a uno de los grandes de nuestro estilo!! A mi personalmente me encanto el concierto...a pesar de que como dice Robert (vaya botes metías jejjeej) faltaron temas... aunque ya se sabe lo que pasa con las discografias extensas y plagadas de joyas! A mi me faltó por ejemplo "Rockmaker" que es un tema que me encanta y tampoco hubiera estado mal el inicio con "childs anthem"... pero lo dicho.GENIAL! A toda la banda se le n

From: victordeaor Date: July 27, 2006 at 12:50
... a toda la banda se lo notan las tablas de muchos de años de profesion... Steve..genial... mucho feeling y Bobby tambien hizo una gran actuacion aunque coincido con Robert su voz quedaba en algunos momentos algo solapada por la musica...obviamemnte heche de menos la presencia de David Paich... pero en fin nada es perfecto. Lo dicho un gran concierto y un sueño hecho realidad!!! Aprovecho para mandar un afectuoso saludo a Robert a quien tube el placer de conocer!! Nos vemos ..HOLD THE LINE!

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: October 30, 2006 at 23:03

From: PODEROSO YIRO Date: October 30, 2006 at 23:10

From: lucasgordon Date: November 18, 2006 at 13:57
***************************El hecho de que TOTO haya podido concentrarse en cuanto a la parte artística sin presiones de una discográfica que le dijera a donde apuntar y qué hacer deja como legado prácticamente el mejor cd de la historia (extensa) de esta banda angelina. Primero y principal, cada “Mono” (forma de decir maestro, o personaje impresionante en Argentina) de estos ha logrado un nivel artistico y musicalmente profesional que se podría comparar a un 11avo. dan en karate

From: lucasgordon Date: November 18, 2006 at 13:58
(y si hay cinturón negro 27, ellos ya lo alcanzaron), son senseis’ (maestro de karate), sempais’ y sensibles en toda la extensión de la palabra, cosa que he podido apreciar en vivo no hace mucho tiempo atrás.Ahora,“Falling in Between”, distribuido por la famosa discográfica FRONTIERS, arranca con un tema de hard rock progresivo que es el que le da nombre al cd, cual a mi, amante del hard rock melodico y progresivo, me acaba de dejar la cabeza hecha pure de manzana, la voz de Luke(Steve Lukather)

From: lucasgordon Date: November 18, 2006 at 13:59
como toca la guitarra, la tremenda base que logran Mike Porcaro y Simon Phillips, deja en claro que si TOTO fuera una banda de hard rock en vez de rock AOR, sería similar a lo que hubiese representado un Queen metalico (cualquiera sabe que Queen hubiese sido la mejor banda de hard rock de haberse dedicado a ese estilo). El disco baja de decibeles, en las siguientes canciones, acomodándose mas a un AOR melódico, prolijo, experimentado y repleto de armonias y teclados a cargo de

From: lucasgordon Date: November 18, 2006 at 14:00
David Paich y Greg Phillinganes (ultima adquisión al dream team). “Hooked” seria un buen segundo corte del disco, ya que es es funky juguetón a medio tiempo, con guitarras casi hard rock, aunque apara los amantes de las baladas van a encotrar varias oportunidades dentro del cd, para relajarse y disfrutar de un buen licor de café, una buena compañía, semirecortados en la esponjosa alfombra, al pie de la chimenea. Como acotacion, Steve Porcaro da su aporte en ciertos temas otro

From: lucasgordon Date: November 18, 2006 at 14:01
TOTO, Lenny Castro, asi como aparecen miembros de Chicago e Ian Anderson de Jethro Tull TOTO tanto con este cd, como en vivo, cubre todas mis expectativas de lo que espero de un grupo que da todo de si, que puede variar musicalmente y encontrar originalidad dentro de un mar bastante llano hoy en dia. Para mas info: www.toto99.com y www.frontiers.it ********************************lhgordo_at_yahoo.com

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 4, 2007 at 23:34
Tipico disco de Toto que sin ser un "Toto 4" o "The Seventh One" no encanta ni desencanta(apenas que seas un fan moderado o a ultranza de la banda).La version japonesa del disco(por supuesto,cuando no!)trae un bonus track instrumental que si bien no es malo tampoco lo hace imprescindible tenerlo.Para ser sincero mencionar un tema en cuestion y darle relevancia no seria honesto de mi parte.La banda suena compacta como de costumbre y el disco es bastante redondo (como Toto nos tiene acostumbrados)

From: rick kerch vzla Date: April 4, 2007 at 23:41
Aunque extraño mucho a un vocalista de la talla de Joseph Willians o Fredericksen (el de "Isolation")el tener al vocalista cuasi fundador es de apreciar (canciones como "Africa" y "Rossana" son de factura Kimball)solamente o practicamente Joseph W.aparece como un "guest" en el track 3 (aunque reconozco que la capacidad vocal de antaño la ha perdido un poco).En definitiva el album...7/10

From: juan carlos Date: November 14, 2007 at 15:41
A Cuatro horas del esperadísimo concert de TOTO acá en Lima! Ya estoy esperando a que me reemplacen para ir! Este disco pues no es malo para nada, cierto es que no están esos coros de ensueño pero los temas estan buenos, producción como siempre limpia y excelente. Sin duda que "Bottom of Your Soul" es la mejor del album y seguro que la tocarán hoy, Yeah! 8/10

From: juan carlos Date: November 15, 2007 at 0:04
Uff! Que concierto! Recien llegadito a mi house y que decir.. Conciertazo! pero pero, se quedó corto el set pues no pudieron tocar "I´ll Be Over You"! Que pena De todas formas fué un concierto inolvidable. Lukather fué el NEAL SCHON de la noche jeje.. JOURNEY PARA CUANDOOO!!???? TE QUEREMOS YA! PEACE OUT.

From: ferstyx Date: November 15, 2007 at 18:06
Siento discernir contigo Juan Caqrlos , pero para mi que ya los vi anteriormente fue una decepcion. Fui para ver a Bobby Kimball (ya que en la anterior visita no estuvo) y lo unico que se pudo percibir fue una baj performance, parece que estaba mal de la voz y aparecia y desaparecia continuamente. El segundo guitarrista tuvo que cantar canciones que se suponian que las cantaba el. Y lo peor de todo casi ninguna clasica y ninguna balada, no lo podia cree. Que le pasa a Steve?

From: ferstyx Date: November 15, 2007 at 18:09
El set de list estaba repleta dfe canciones de sus tres ultimos discos de estudio.Dont change myn heart sonaba nuevamente en Lima, para que?, teniendo tanta buenas canciones Por supuesto la intrepretacion y la tecnica del grupo es indiscutible. El solo de guitarra de Steve bueno y el momento mas feeling fue cunado el tecladista toco georgy P. lka gente se puso a cantar, que le costaba a Steve salir y cantarla.

From: ferstyx Date: November 15, 2007 at 18:13
Para aquellos que lo vieron por primera vez habra sido alucinante pero yo prefiero el concierto anterior donde llegaron a tocar ill be over you, entre otras clasicas. Pense que seria un set list como lo mencionaba Robert pero...Buneo ahora este sabado en estare en el concierto de ALMAH y Vision Divine.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 15, 2007 at 18:21
La verdad que el concierto del 96 estuvo algo mejor con mejores cortes pero bueno como digo algo es algo peor es nada ese es el problema de las bandas clasicas cuando aun siguen en camino siempre joden con lo nuevo de su repertorio es la diferencia de las bandas que ya pararon y solo dan conciertos con sus cortes clasicos pero al final de todo ya nada sera igual si no existe una forma de volver al pasado solo nos queda conformarnos.

From: juan carlos Date: November 15, 2007 at 18:40
Cierto Fer, Bobby Kimball no estaba del todo bien con la voz, nisiquiera fué a la entrevista realizada por Canal N, al parecer ya venia desgastada su voz con el concert en Brasil. "Don´t Change my Heart" estaba por demas eso sí, dos horas exactas de concierto pues no estaba mal y la calidad indiscutible como dices pero yo solo queria "I´ll Be Over You" y punto pero no se pudo, eso sí fue una verdadera decepción para mí aparte de lo de Bobby, por lo demas: Brillante.

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: November 15, 2007 at 19:03
AH por cierto un saludo para mi fan y pupilo numero 1 llamado JUAN CARLOS hey imbecil ya me estan llegando a las bolas tus mensajes por mail pedazo de imbecil sigue comentanto todo lo que bajas de los blogs de tus amigas y si sigues asi la pasaras mal pedazo de lamehuevo.

From: Real rock fan Date: January 16, 2008 at 15:02
Only been listening to this for a couple of weeks but sounds great. Need a lot more time and listens to form an unbiased opinion.

From: Wachen Date: April 26, 2008 at 13:27
A pretty odd album for being Toto. But I love that they've got the balls to do something different. This is probably their heaviest since "Kingdom of desire" but with cool synth arrangements and I don't think Bobby Kimball ever has sung better! Greg Phillinganes has breathed much needed air into the band and he and Paich are the dream team on keys! Great album! Hope it's not their last. 9/10

From: DazBuFF Date: December 21, 2008 at 1:21
holy wow!!!!!!!! this cd is truely brillant. i cant get simple life or spiritual man out of my head!!!!!!!! i need to hear this cd almost everyday. Damn that is incredible guys!!

From: Flavio Gasperini Date: March 7, 2009 at 16:15
I really love this album.Toto is the only band that can do many different kinds of music in one record,and "Falling In Between" proves it. it's fresh,it's musical and a lot of the best elements of Toto are there. Many people said they couldn't recognize the band on this.I don't see that way. Listen to "Georgy Porgy","Isolation","Gypsy Train","I'll Be Over You" and "Hydra",they sound very different from each other,and the same thing happens with this cd. My favourites are the title-track, "Simple Life" (shame that's too short),"Bottom Of Your soul" (Love Joseph!),"Spiritual Man" and "Hooked". Give this cd a chance,it's really good!.

From: ShadowAngel Date: March 23, 2013 at 15:40
After the attrocious Throug the Looking Glass the real TOTO are back and i couldn't be any happier. Falling in Between jumps one from style to another and it works. King of the World with shared vocals by Paich, Luke and Bobby is awesome. Hooked, Bottom of your Soul, No End in Sight, Taint your World, Falling in Between...there's so much good stuff here. Another highlight is Let it Go sung by Greg Phillinganes, what a great voice! The only song that doesn't do anything for me is Spiritual Man and what happened with Simple Life? It ends before it really started, way way too short. If this really is the last TOTO album, they went out with a bang.

From: hair metal again Date: December 18, 2014 at 7:06
excellent release by the mighty TOTO, probably the best band in their territory!nobody has their class and their ability to be prog,commercial,pop,heavy,hard rockin ,mellow,pleasant ,uplifting...wow this band touches everything, a true celebration of music

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