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Toto IV Studio album by Toto Released April 8, 1982 Recorded 1981-82 Genre Rock Length 41:59 Label Columbia Producer Toto Professional reviews The reviews parameter has been deprecated. Please move reviews into the “Reception” section of the article. See Moving reviews into article space. Allmusic link Robert Christgau (B-) link Rolling Stone link Toto chronology Turn Back (1981) Toto IV (1982) Isolation (1984) Toto IV is the fourth studio album by American band Toto released in 1982 (see 1982 in music). The album received six Grammy Awards including Record of the Year for "Rosanna", Album of the Year for Toto IV and Producer of the Year for the band. It reached number four on the Billboard Pop Albums chart shortly after its release in 1982. The single "Rosanna" reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100, while the album's third single, "Africa", became the group's only Hot 100 #1 hit. "I Won't Hold You Back" came next and reached the top 10. With the success of "Africa", the album climbed back into the top 10 in early 1983. The album featured a stronger dose of the pop/hard rock/R&B-fusion that had characterized their self-titled first album than had been heard on their previous two albums. Contents 1 Track listing 2 Chart positions, shipments and sales 3 Personnel 4 Singles 5 Later samples 6 References Track listing Side one No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length 1. "Rosanna"   David Paich Lukather and Kimball 5:31 2. "Make Believe"   Paich Kimball 3:45 3. "I Won't Hold You Back"   Steve Lukather Lukather 4:56 4. "Good For You"   Bobby Kimball, Lukather Kimball 3:20 5. "It's a Feeling"   Steve Porcaro Porcaro 3:08 Side two No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length 1. "Afraid of Love"   Lukather, Paich, Jeff Porcaro Lukather 3:51 2. "Lovers in the Night"   Paich Paich 4:26 3. "We Made It"   Paich, J. Porcaro Kimball 3:58 4. "Waiting for Your Love"   Kimball, Paich Kimball 4:13 5. "Africa"   Paich, J. Porcaro Paich 4:57 Chart positions, shipments and sales Chart (1982-1983) Position Australian Kent Music Report Albums Chart 1 Norwegian VG-lista Albums Chart 2[1] Japanese Oricon Weekly LP Albums Chart 3 U.S. Billboard 200 4 UK Albums Chart 4 Swedish Albums Chart 17[1] Country Organization Level Shipments Finland IFPI Gold[2] 34,179 United States RIAA 3x Platinum[3] 3,000,000+ United Kingdom BPI Gold[4] 100,000+ Country Provider Sales Japan Original Confidence 250,000+(Vinyl)[5] 77,000+(Audio cassette) Personnel David Paich - keyboards, orchestral arrangements, lead and backing vocals, horn arrangements on "Rosanna" Steve Lukather - guitar, lead and backing vocals, piano on "Good For You" Bobby Kimball - lead and backing vocals Jeff Porcaro - drums, percussion, xylophone, tympani Steve Porcaro - keyboards, lead vocals David Hungate – bass guitar with James Newton Howard - strings, arranger, conductor, orchestral arrangements Tom Scott - saxophone on "Rosanna" and "Lovers in the Night" Lenny Castro - percussion, conga Ralph Deck - synthesizer on "Lovers in the Night" Martyn Ford - strings Gary Grant - trumpet on "Rosanna" Jerry Hey - trumpet and horn arrangements on "Rosanna" Jim Horn - saxophone on "Rosanna" and "Lovers in the Night", recorders on "Africa" Tom Kelly - backing vocals on "Rosanna" and "Make Believe" Roger Linn - synthesizer programming on "Good For You" Marty Paich - orchestral arrangements on "I Won't Hold You Back" James Pankow - trombone[citation needed] Mike Porcaro - cello on "Good For You" Joe Porcaro - percussion Timothy B. Schmit - backing vocals on "I Won't Hold You Back", "Good For You", and "Africa" Al Schmitt - engineer Singles "Rosanna" / "It's a Feeling" "Africa" / "We Made It" (released in Europe) "Africa" / "Good for You" (released outside Europe) "Make Believe" / "We Made It" "Make Believe" / "Lovers in the Night" (released in Holland) "I Won't Hold You Back" / "Afraid of Love" "I Won't Hold You Back" / "Waiting for Your Love" (released in Holland and Japan) "I Won't Hold You Back" / "Hold the Line" / "99" / "Goodbye Elenore" (12" UK release) "Waiting for Your Love" / "Lovers in the Night" "Afraid of Love" / "We Made It" (released in Japan) Later samples "Africa" "New World" by Nas from the album Nastradamus "Anything" by JoJo from the album The High Road "Waiting For Your Love" "Where I Wanna Be" by Shade Sheist, from the album Informal Introduction "I Won't Hold You Back" "Another Chance" by Roger Sanchez from the Album "First Contact" References ^ a b " Toto - IV". vg-lista. Retrieved 2009-03-25.  ^ Kulta- ja platinalevyt - ^ "RIAA — Gold & Platinum — Searchable Database". Retrieved 2009-03-25.  ^ "Platinum Awards Content - TOTO - TOTO IV". Retrieved 2009-03-25. [dead link] ^ "The 1982 Oricon Year-End LP Albums Chart". Retrieved 2009-03-25.  Preceded by 25 Years of Gold by Cliff Richard Australian Kent Music Report number-one album April 4 - April 10, 1983 Succeeded by Go for It by Various artists v · d · eToto David Paich • Steve Lukather • Joseph Williams • Steve Porcaro • Simon Phillips • Mike Porcaro Jeff Porcaro • Bobby Kimball • David Hungate • Fergie Frederiksen • Greg Phillinganes • Jean-Michel Byron Studio albums Toto • Hydra • Turn Back • Toto IV • Isolation • Fahrenheit • The Seventh One • Kingdom of Desire • Tambu • Mindfields • Through the Looking Glass • Falling in Between Live albums Greatest Hits Live...and More • Absolutely Live • Livefields • Live in Amsterdam • Falling in Between Live Compilation albums Past to Present 1977-1990 • Best Ballads • Toto XX • Super Hits • The Very Best of Toto • The Essential Toto • The Collection Soundtracks Dune Notable songs "Hold the Line" • "I'll Supply the Love" • "Georgy Porgy" • "99" • "Rosanna" • "Make Believe" • "Africa" • "I Won't Hold You Back" • "Stranger in Town" • "I'll Be over You" • "Pamela" • "Stop Loving You" • "Mushanga" • "Bottom of Your Soul" Related people Lenny Castro • Nathan East • Tony Spinner • Tom Kelly • Joe Porcaro • Marty Paich Related articles Discography • Members • Rosanna shuffle • Boz Scaggs v · d · eGrammy Award for Album of the Year (1980s) Year Album Artist(s) Producer(s) 1980 52nd Street Billy Joel Phil Ramone 1981 Christopher Cross Christopher Cross Michael Omartian 1982 Double Fantasy John Lennon and Yoko Ono Jack Douglas, John Lennon, Yoko Ono 1983 Toto IV Toto (Bobby Kimball, Steve Lukather, David Paich, Jeff Porcaro, David Hungate, Steve Porcaro) Toto 1984 Thriller Michael Jackson Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones 1985 Can't Slow Down Lionel Richie James Anthony Carmichael, Lionel Richie 1986 No Jacket Required Phil Collins Hugh Padgham, Phil Collins 1987 Graceland Paul Simon Roy Halee, Paul Simon 1988 The Joshua Tree U2 (Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen, Jr.) Brian Eno, Daniel Lanois 1989 Faith George Michael George Michael Complete list · (1960s) · (1970s) · (1980s) · (1990s) · (2000s) · (2010s)