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||Date: March 25, 2015 at 13:09|
|Firstly, I have never been the greatest of Toto fans although i do own pretty much everything up to but not including Falling In Between, but don't get me wrong i really like a lot of what the band have done. Having read all the reviews and all the chat about this release i felt i had to get it so i did. Ohhhh dear. Once again i have fell right into the trap of a certain site raving and raving about this album being an absolute barnstorming classic and once again i feel totally bemused as to WHY. This is NOT a pile of crap but classic? absolutely no chance. A classic to these ears is an album where every single song from start to finish is totally and utterly incredible. I struggle to find one song on here that i must keep playing. People will no doubt say i am being too critical here but put this album against say Isolation, Hydra, IV, The Seventh One or even Kingdom Of Desire and it is just not up to the standard of ANY of those releases.
||Date: March 25, 2015 at 13:14|
|Those releases flow and cruise along and are infectious along the way, this one isn't, not to these ears it isn't. No doubt i will get slammed on here for this but i don't care to be honest as i feel disappointed BIG TIME, and i feel i need to say that i do. I like this band and the musicianship is second to none, absolutely first class but i just do not like thios album too much. Sorry folks but no more than a 5/10 from me.
||Date: March 25, 2015 at 13:28|
|Amazing album from start to finish! Once again itīs Toto who shows the world how it must be done. Album full of great musicanship, soul and warmth. I know itīs only march but Chinatown most probably is THE song of 2015 together with Joseph Williams penned Fortune. Iīm so glad that David Paich digged deep down to his Boz Scaggs days to find the Chinatown basic tracks. That track is a west coast wet dream. In Fortune, Williams once again shows us that heīs still one of the very best in the business. Long live Toto!
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: June 13, 2015 at 13:15|
|A new album after 9 years of the "Falling In Between" one...obvioulsy having Joseph back is great(one of my favorite Toto singers and a killer solo artist as well)and the songs themselves follow the same pattern that the band has done through the years..."Running Out Of Time","Orphan" & "Great Expectations" are my faves...tracks 3,4,7(nice)8,and the japanese B/T(nice)are also appealing ones...87/100
|From: juan carlos
||Date: January 6, 2016 at 13:49|
|Good releasing but not so enthusiastic with this new TOTO CD. "The Little Things" and "All The Tears That Shine" are quiet and my favorite tracks by far, the rest is good & Ok songs but nothing great though. "Bend" is the Japanese bonus, pace & melancholic, Good one! 85/100
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