The Seventh One is Toto's seventh studio album. It was released in 1988, and became the best-received Toto album since Toto IV. The title track, "The Seventh One," is only featured on the Japanese version of the album and on the B-side of the "Pamela" single. It was also released on some compilations on a later date. Steve Lukather described the writing of The Seventh One as a period of prolific "one-upmanship" with the band trying to impress one another with their compositions.
Art Direction – Tony Lane/Nancy Donald.
The Seventh One is Toto’s seventh studio album. The Seventh One is the second and last album until 2015’s Toto XIV to feature Joseph Williams on lead vocals. He was fired after the Seventh One world tour due to loss of voice attributed to drug abuse. The single Pamela reached number 22 in the Billboard charts. The title track, The Seventh One, is only featured on the Japanese version of the album and on the B-side of the Pamela single.
Toto attempted to satisfy commercial considerations by loading up the first half of their seventh album with the kind of power ballads that had given the band recognition before, especially songs named after women whose names end in "A" like "Pamela" and "Anna.
Toto's album The Seventh One. All rights of these songs go to Sony Music Entertainment. I've always loved this album, it is so solid. To love an album that much from a group that constantly puts out treasure says a lot, one of the best of the best for sure. Thanks TOTO!! Keep coming back around on concert I"ll see you every time. 2 months ago. the best album, 30 years ago. this is really weird but at many points during the album i was unsure if i was listening to toto or michael jackson. the tone of voice, pace and style seems very similar
The Purple Album Whitesnake. 57th & 9th Sting. The Seventh One (53:40). Ужасно Очень плохо Плохо Неплохо Почти хорошо Хорошо Очень хорошо Отлично Великолепно Превосходно.
The Seventh One is Toto's seventh studio album. The Seventh One is the second and last album until Toto XIV (2015) to feature Joseph Williams on lead vocals. The single "Pamela" reached number 22 in the Billboard charts.
|2||You Got Me||3:13|
Written-By – Randy Goodrum
|4||Stop Loving You||4:30|
Written-By – Jeff Porcaro
Mixed By – Niko Bolas
|7||Straight For The Heart||4:12|
|8||Only The Children||4:11|
|9||A Thousand Years
Written-By – Mark T. Williams
Written-By – Randy Goodrum
|11||Home Of The Brave
Written-By – Jimmy Webb
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|FC 40873||Toto||The Seventh One (LP, Album)||Columbia||FC 40873||US||1988|
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|FCT 40873||Toto||The Seventh One (Cass, Album)||Columbia||FCT 40873||US||1988|