"Stand Back" is the first proper album by "The Arrows" released in 1984, that featured three hit Canadian singles. Producer David Tyson was nominated for a Juno Award in 1984 for "Producer of the Year", for his work on this album. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.


large album front cover photo of: THE ARROWS - Stand Back

Music Genre:

Canadian New Wave

Album Production Information:

The album: "Stand Back" was produced by: David Tyson and David Moore

Record Label Information:

A&M Records AMLX 65010

Media Format:

12" Vinyl Stereo Full-Length Long-Play  Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+LP) weight: 210 gram  

Year & Country:

1984 Made in Holland
Band Members and Musicians on: Arrows Stand Back
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Dean McTaggart - vocals, background vocals
  • Doug Macaskill - guitars
  • Rob Gusevs - keyboards
  • Earl Seymour - tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
  • Peter Bleakney - bass
  • Howard Aye - bass
  • Michael Sloski - drums
  • Gary Craig - drums
  • Matt Zimbel - percussion
  • Eddie Schwartz - background vocals
  • Al Van Wart - background vocals
  • David Tyson - keyboards, background vocals
Track Listing of: "Stand Back"

The Songs/tracks on "Stand Back" are

  1. Meet Me in the Middle (Dean McTaggart, David Tyson) - 4:09
  2. Say It Isn't True (McTaggart, Tyson) - 4:10
  3. Fallen Angel - (McTaggart) - 5:40
  4. Never Be Another One (McTaggart, Tyson, Doug Macaskill) - 4:07
  5. Girl in 313 (McTaggart, Tyson) - 4:38
  6. Stand Back (McTaggart, Tyson) - 4:26
  7. Enough is Never Enough (McTaggart, Tyson) - 4:10
  8. I Owe You (McTaggart, Tyson) - 5:24
  9. Easy Street (McTaggart, Tyson) - 5:09
Album cover photos of : Arrows Stand Back
Front Cover Photo of "Stand Back" Album
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Back Cover  Photo of "Stand Back" Album
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Close-up Photo of "Stand Back" Record Label 
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Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.