Toto XIV is the 13th studio album (though counted as the 14th album overall) by the American rock band Toto, released on March 20, 2015. It is their first studio album since Falling in Between in 2006. The album marks the return of Joseph Williams on lead vocals, Steve Porcaro on keyboards, and David Hungate on bass. Toto XIV is the first and only album with Keith Carlock on drums, replacing Simon Phillips, the longstanding successor to original drummer Jeff Porcaro, who died in 1992
Toto is the debut studio album by the American band Toto. It was released in 1978 and includes the hit singles "Hold the Line", "I'll Supply the Love" and "Georgy Porgy", all three of which made it into the Top 50 in the USA. "Hold the Line" spent six weeks in the Top 10, and reached Number 14 in the UK as well
Toto will return March 24 with the band's first studio album in nine years, titled 'Toto XI. Due out on Frontiers Records, the 11-track LP finds the band working with a rejiggered lineup that includes the return of former vocalist Joseph Williams, who rejoined in 2010, as well as founding member Steve Porcaro. For their 2015 tour, which includes an appearance at the Sweden Rock Festival alongside Judas Priest and Motley Crue, Toto will be joined by original bassist David Hungate, who re-entered the fold after a 30-year absence in 2014
Toto – Toto XIV. Label: Frontiers Music SRL – FR CDVD 682E. Recorded At – The Treehouse. Recorded At – ATS Studios, Calabasas. Recorded At – Porcara Musica.
TOTO XIV is the band’s first album of new material since 2006’s Falling In Between. Keyboardist Steve Porcaro reveals, "This is opposite of going through the motions
Album · 2015 · 11 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
Album Name XIV. Type Album. Дата релиза 18 Март 2015. Лейблы Frontiers Records. Музыкальный стильPop Rock. Владельцы этого альбома20. 1. Running out of Time.
Despite the McCartney-esque shimmer of "The Little Things" (not to mention the passing allusions to "99" on "Chinatown"), tunes take a backseat to bombast on Toto XIV, with this Steve Lukather-led incarnation accentuating intricate instrumental interplay.
Running out of Time, 04:06. 21st Century Blues, 06:08.