Toto's 3rd album "Turn Back"(1981) #41, was Toto's most rockin' disc they ever put out. They released "Gift With A Golden Gun" as their first single, it went nowhere and stalled the album from going any further up the charts. "Gun" should of hit it big on the rock charts. The beautiful "If It's The Last Night" was released next, but it didn't chart either.(Really the only ballad on the album). Other great tunes on this set were:
"English Eyes"- Steve Lukather shines heere on guitar. The vocals and piano are sharp on this track.
"Live For Today"- #40 mainstream rock. Love this song, vocals by Steve, good rocker.
"A Million Miles Away"- A David Paich classic! Great piano by David and Steve's guitar is tremendous!
"Goodbye Elenore"- More great rockin'.
"Turn Back"- Classy title track, great opening.
"I Think I Could Stand You Forever"- Mid-tempo rocker, with a great guitar by Steve Lukather. Love the fake British sounding vocals.
This would be Toto's last great record, as a whole. They put out Toto IV the next year and it went hog wild, but it still doesn't hold up like "Turn Back". Rock radio missed a great opportunity here to showcase this album back in the day.