A Canadian 80s pop rock and roll outfit, the Arrows enjoyed some business success within their house nation and mainland European countries through the duration of their two-album profession. Producing their debut having a four-track EP, Misunderstood, on Spontaneous Information, they continued release a two albums on A&M Information. Made by Canadian songwriter David Tyson, who co-wrote a lot of the materials with vocalist Dean McTaggart, they shown a groundbreaking, advanced AOR audio and a flair for poppy choruses, placing standards of which famous brands A=440 and Tim Feehan afterwards aimed. Stand Back again premiered in 1984 and highlighted McTaggart, Rob Gusevs (keyboards), Earl Seymour (saxophone) and Doug Macaskill (guitars). By adding Bobby Economou (drums) and Glenn Olive (bass), the follow-up The Lines Are Open up was released the next season. This included “Chat Talk”, that was their most effective one and was afterwards included in Gregg Rolie (ex-Santana; Trip) on his Gringo record; it had been also used as the name of the compilation released on Longer Island Information in 1995.