Turn Back is the third studio album by the American rock group Toto released in 1981. Although it yielded the band's first top-ten hit in Japan and steady sales in that country, the album was a commercial disappointment elsewhere, failing to produce any charting singles and selling approximately 900,000 copies worldwide. Turn Back was recorded with Geoff Workman, who worked as the engineer for Queen, as well as producer and engineer for the Cars, Journey, and Foreigner
Price Code (Circled): 53. Other (Original catalog numbers on the labels): (CBS 84609/FC 36813). Other (Back sleeve bottom left): 01-032679-20. Other Versions (5 of 62) View All. Cat.
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Artist: Toto Title: Turn Back Year Of Release: 1981 Label: CBS/Sony – 25AP 2000 Genre: Pop Rock Quality: FLAC (image+. Toto went from disappointment to disaster with its third album, the generic Turn Back. The group's ability to turn out highly competent studio rock was not translating into an individual sound, and since Turn Back had no memorable songs on it, one was left with nothing more than those famous chops that Toto possessed in abundance
Toto's 1981 album Turn Back is simplicity at its best. Through clever use of typography using the band's name, the artist conveys the qualm in the figure's facial expression. 1. Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon.