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Hi

Can "on the back of" mean "at the end" or "when something has been finished".

EG. On the back of our last album we were wondering whether we could perform with a large expanded band.

cheers
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' on the back of ' is a idiom means 'as a result of an achievement or a success.'
for example
the profits growth came on the back of a 26 per cent rise in sales.
but here in the above case
the meaning of the 'on the back of' is
at the other farther side (flat portion).
keepsmiling' at the other farther side (flat portion).

Hi

I'm not sure I understand it