Greg Kihn Band ‎– Cuando El Amor Se Va = The Breakup Song (Mexican 12″)

A rare beast indeed.

Greg Kihn had some success with this release from 1981 (Billboard May 23, 1981 and reached #15). Produced by Matthew King Kaufman, founder of Beserkley Records back in 1973, this is rocky New Wave, here in an extended/ full version. Billy Idol was already making notes. A break up song about break up songs. The honest American songwriter was quoted as once saying “”I don’t know what any song has been about since 1974. I mean, can you tell me what the f–k ‘The Union Of The Snake’ is supposed to be about? I’m just an economical sort of writer; I don’t go reading history books and writing about Cortez; I’d rather write songs about my girlfriend.”

B-side, “True Confessions” is a slower , bluesey track that builds up nicely, also off the album “Rockihnroll”

https://workupload.com/file/GwaEmuw2

https://www.mediafire.com/file/wd2rmv5tuh0rgy5/Greg_Kihn_Band_-_Cuando_El_Amor_Se_Va_%3D_The_Breakup_Song_-_Mexican_12%27%27_Vinyl_-_1981__MP3.rar/file

Trebol ‎– TI-70536 SAM_8454

A Cuando El Amor Se Va = The Breakup Song 5:20
B Confesiones = True Confessions 4:31

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