122 / Toto by Toto, 1978

Toto's keyboardist David Paich wrote "Hold The Line" in two hours and it was the band's debut song on their self-titled debut album Toto in 1978. Per Wikipedia, the band has released 17 studio albums and has sold over 40 millions records worldwide!

An interesting tidbit about the cover art and the very familiar sword that is featured on almost all of their album covers: A artist best known for painting many of the Grateful Dead album covers, Philip Garris, is responsible for the sword.

After hearing the song "Manuela Run" ("You better watch that sword that's hanging over you") which referred to the Sword of Damocles, Garris was inspired and created emblem to represent the band's powerful, hard-edge sound, and versatility. [From Wikipedia]