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Performer: Greg Kihn Band
Title: Next Of Kihn
Country: US
Released: 1978
Style: New Wave, Power Pop
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 919

Greg Kihn ‎– Next Of Kihn. Label: Beserkley ‎– BECD . 0479 O. Format: CD, Album. Performer – Dave Carpender, Greg Kihn, Larry Lynch, Steve Wright (3). Photography By – M. Zagaris. Producer – Glen Kolotkin, Matthew King Kaufman.

Songs in album Greg Kihn Band - Next Of Khin (1978).

Next of Kihn is a 1978 studio album by American singer-songwriter Greg Kihn. It was the third and last album to be released under the name Greg Kihn before the group changed into The Greg Kihn Band in 1979. Next of Kihn has a notable darker sound than its predecessors and features longer and more complex compositions. The album's centerpiece "Remember" was recorded live in one single take. Greg Kihn - guitar, vocals. Dave Carpender - guitar, vocals. Larry Lynch - drums, vocals.

The Greg Kihn Band is an American band that was started by frontman Greg Kihn and bassist Steve Wright.

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The third album by the Greg Kihn Band (not counting their split live album with Beserkley labelmates the Rubinoos) is the first where Kihn assumes all songwriting duties. Normally, this would be a good thing, but Next of Kihn explains why his earlier albums had so many covers on them. At eight songs in barely half an hour, Next of Kihn is unforgivably skimpy on both time and content.

The Greg Kihn Band are tough survivors, a tight family. From management to music, we are two generations deep. We really care about the music and put our hearts and souls into it. This is the real thing. I have to be honest with you; there wasn’t a minute during the recording of this album when I didn’t think it was special. Every day was a kick.

Truth be told, Next of Kihn is a mixed bag, with some lengthier pieces that may have seemed ok when the record was tracked in '78, but don't quite translate forty years after the fact. It's the more concise cuts that do the trick for me - "Sorry," as well as the absolutely pumping "Cold Hard Cash" and "Museum. Maybe not the textbook definition of power pop, but they truly don't write 'em like this anymore. Incidentally, a new Kihn album is slated for later this year. 01. Cold Hard Cash 02. Museum 03.


A1 Cold Hard Cash
A2 Museum
A3 Remember
A4 Chinatown
B1 Sorry
B2 Everybody Else
B3 Understander
B4 Secret Meetings

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Beserkley Records


  • Producer – Glen Kolotkin, Matthew King Kaufman


Black label with yellow letters.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): 530056-A1135553-1-4 CP.
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): 530056-B1135554-1-4 CP.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JBZ-0056 Greg Kihn Band Next Of Kihn ‎(LP, Album) Beserkley JBZ-0056 US 1978
JBZ-0056 Greg Kihn Band Next Of Kihn ‎(LP, Album, San) Beserkley JBZ-0056 US 1978
BECD 9.00479 O Greg Kihn* Next Of Kihn ‎(CD, Album) Beserkley BECD 9.00479 O Germany 1987
BSERK 13 Greg Kihn Band Next Of Kihn ‎(LP, Album) Beserkley BSERK 13 UK 1978
L 36652 Greg Kihn Band Next Of Kihn ‎(LP, Album) Beserkley L 36652 New Zealand 1978

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