In WAV - Scans are included
01.When Things Go Wrong 3:15
02.It'll Only Hurt A Little While 3:14
03.Don't Cry 3:26
04.Without You 3:12
05.Why Do You Tell Me Lies 2:57
06.I Don't Want To Know 3:01
07.Many Years Ago 3:33
08.Waitin' In Line 3:18
09.Be Mine Tonight 4:25
10.Kathy Lee 3:28
11.Don't Wait Till Tomorrow 3:32
Robin Lane (born 1947, Los Angeles, California) is an American rock singer and songwriter. Her band, Robin Lane & the Chartbusters, was best known for its single "When Things Go Wrong".
In 1978, Lane formed the Chartbusters with Asa Brebner and Leroy Radcliffe (of The Modern Lovers), Scott Baerenwald and Tim Jackson. She had signed with Private Stock Records, which shortly afterward went out of business. After Jerry Wexler saw a Chartbusters show, however, he signed the band to Warner Brothers. Their first album, Robin Lane & the Chartbusters (1980) featured the singles "When Things Go Wrong" and "Why Do You Tell Lies?", earned favorable reviews, and received widespread airplay; the music video for "When Things Go Wrong" was the 11th song shown on MTV's first American broadcast day, August 1, 1981. The band had two more releases on Warner, the EP "5 Live" (1980) and "Imitation Life" (1981). The limited commercial success of these records, combined with business disputes and Lane's desire to have a child, led to the breakup of the Chartbusters in 1983.