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Toto's 'Africa,' as performed by a computer hardware orchestra

Toto's got a new greatest hits album and is going on tour which is probably why they are popping up in my feed so much lately. On Wednesday, I posted the story behind their hit song "Africa" as told by the man who wrote it, the band's David Paich. Today I noticed that the Floppotron (previously) has covered the song. Yes, love it. Everything's turning up Toto!
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