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Back to Back or back-to-back may refer to:
- Back to Back (Status Quo album), 1983 album
- Back to Back (Mar-Keys and Booker T album), 1967
- Back to Back, a 1976 album by Brecker Brothers
- Back to Back, a 1996 album by Lee Greenwood
- Back to Back: Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues, a 1959 album by Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges
- Back to Back: Raw & Uncut, a 2008 album by hip-hop artists Method Man and Streetlife
- "Back to Back", a song by Deep Purple from their 2005 album Rapture of the Deep
- "Back to Back", a song by the heavy metal band Pretty Maids from the 1984 album Red Hot and Heavy
- "Back to Back" (Jeanne Pruett song), a song by Jeanne Pruett from her 1979 album Encore!
- Back to Back (1986–2003), Danish pop-duo, mainly known for their 1989 national hit Jonathan.
- Back to Back (1996 film), a 1996 film starring Michael Rooker and Ryo Ishibashi
- Back to back film production, the practice of making two films as a unified production
- Back-to-back connection, two types of direct connections in telecommunications or a type of connection in electric power transmission
- Back-to-back houses, a form of terraced house, common in Victorian English inner city areas, in which two houses share a rear wall
- Birmingham Back to Backs, the last surviving court of back-to-back houses in Birmingham, England
- Back-to-back life sentences, a judicial practice where a felon is sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison
- Back to back ticketing, a booking ploy used by travelers in commercial aviation to lower the costs of flying to a desired destination
- Back-to-back user agent, the user agent to both ends of a Session Initiation Protocol call
- "Back to Back", the nickname of American professional poker player Layne Flack
- "Back-to-back", an international trade transaction: when a company in some country A sells goods to a company in some other country B, but the company in A pays a company in yet another country C to produce the goods and deliver them directly to the company in country B.
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