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Greg Kihn Band "Best Of Beserkley" '75 - '84


Download links and information about Greg Kihn Band "Best Of Beserkley" '75 - '84 by The Greg Kihn Band. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:14:18 minutes.

Artist: The Greg Kihn Band
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:14:18
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No. Title Length
1. All The Right Reasons 3:15
2. Any Other Woman 3:44
3. Madison Avenue Man 4:47
4. For You 3:58
5. Remember 6:40
6. Sorry 3:26
7. Rendezvous 2:29
8. In The Naked Eye 3:16
9. Moulin Rouge 3:20
10. The Break Up Song 2:50
11. Valerie 2:20
12. Can't Stop Hurting Myself 4:02
13. When The Music Starts 2:35
14. Happy Man 2:47
15. Every Love Song 4:18
16. Testify 3:01
17. Jeopardy 3:50
18. Tear That City Down 3:26
19. Someday 3:24
20. Love Never Fails 3:26
21. Reunited 3:24



Greg Kihn and his band were one of several key signings for the Bay Area's Beserkley Records, a power pop label that featured the unique talents of Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers and The Rubinoos among its highlights. This stellar compilation features the original recordings of Kihn's pop tunes, which put the power in power pop. "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em Like That. . .)," "Happy Man," "Testify," and "Jeopardy" are among the finest hits of the late '70s and early '80s. Kihn was also a crafty interpreter of Bruce Springsteen's songs, giving "For You" and "Rendezvous" Byrds-like jangling that impressed the Boss himself. The unpretentious, straightforward approach gave the tracks a kinetic energy that could only be developed through intense rehearsal and a pure love of rock 'n' roll. The songs got more detailed productions as budgets permitted, but the ability of Kihn and bassist Steve Wright to write concise, heartfelt pop tunes made the group a rock band of genuine consequence.