Modern Romance ‎– That’s What Friends Are For (12″)

In the middle of an identity crisis and one of their last releases. They had transformed their sound from Pop Salsa to synth led Pop Rock for this 1984. The line-up was Michael J. Mullins – vocals, David Jaymes – bass guitar, Robbie Jaymes – synthesizer, Paul Gendler – guitar and Andy Kyriacou – drums

Mixed by John Morales & Sergio Munzibai over the original production by Tony Visconti.

B-side “(Blame My) Jealousy” has funky synths, Simmons drums, guitar solo and even a vocoder section and was included on their last album, “Burn It!”

https://www54.zippyshare.com/v/YDtC3kdU/file.html

and

https://www.mediafire.com/file/d5b8j0sjb1s9515/Modern_Romance_-_That%27s_What_Friends_Are_For_-_UK_12%27%27_Vinyl_Mixes_-_1984__MP3.rar/file

RCA ‎– RCAT 437SAM_9492

A That’s What Friends Are For (U.S. Re-Mix) 5:59
B1 That’s What Friends Are For (Dub Version) 4:52
B2 (Blame My) Jealousy 3:51

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