Toto - The Seventh One. Large - Original 1st print poster - 1988/1988

Toto - The Seventh One. Large - Original 1st print poster - 1988/1988
Number of items: 1 - Very Good Plus (VG+)

The Seventh One is the seventh studio album by the American rock band Toto. It was released in 1988, and became the best-received Toto album since Toto IV.

The writing of The Seventh One was a period of prolific "one-upmanship" with the band trying to impress one another with their compositions. One of the first compositions completed was the ballad "Anna". "Pamela", written by David Paich, described as the "heir apparent" to "Rosanna". Toto, as well as Columbia Records, believed The Seventh One was one of the band's strongest albums.
"Stop Loving You" reached the top ten in several countries. Following the album's release, Toto embarked on a tour of sold-out arena shows in Europe. Ultimate Classic Rock ranked the album as Toto's second best, only behind Toto IV.
This original promotional poster is the first printing of the graphic promotion. It was for promotional use only and not available for commercial sale. Later reproductions, though decorative, have no real value. Its rolled and VG+.

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More than 3 artists/bands
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The Seventh One. Large
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Original 1st print poster
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Very Good Plus (VG+)
87.5×58.5 cm
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