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Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
No Description Available. Genre: Popular Music Media Format: Compact Disk Rating: Release Date: 9-MAR-1989
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Genre: Popular Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
Release Date: 9-MAR-1989
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Mark H. (DJRetro) from LOMITA, CA
Reviewed on 8/10/2015...
I first heard this CD the summer of it's release on Vinyl! The cars are an East Coast favorite band, and once I realized I had the Vinyl but not the cd, I wanted the cd.
It's one I enjoy listening to often.
The 35th HS reunion is sneaking up, so listening to the cars puts me in the mindset.
The Cars excellent debut album!
Paul Mcguinn | chicago il usa. | 03/25/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"the cars released this great record back in 1978.shortly after it,s release it was all over the airwaves.this album is in my opinion another one of the finest debut albums in rock ever!!there are so many great songs on this album it may well be the cars quintessential album. ric ocasek ;rythm guitarist and chief song writer for the cars was in top form on this album.for me the best cuts are[and there are many!]you,re all i,ve got tonight,good times roll,bye,bye,love,moving in stereo,just what i needed,my best friend,s girl,all mixed up and don,t cha stop.i realize i have just named most of the tunes on this album but i think this album is a must for any cars fan new or old!i also love the cover that chick with the sexy red lips!!this album and their second album candy o from 1979 are two of the best albums the cars ever did!"
Should be called "Greatest Hits"
Darin Campbell | Toronto | 07/08/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Name another album by any band that starts off with 3 classic tracks like "Let The Good Times Roll", "Best Friend's Girl" and "Just What I Needed", and then add songs like "You're All I've Got Tonight", "Bye Bye Love", "Moving In Stereo" and "All Mixed Up" and you have a true classic, not just of new wave, but of popular music in general. Essential to any modern music collection. BTW, "Moving In Stereo" is what's playing on the soundtrack during Phoebe Cates' memorable pool scene in "Fast Times At Ridgemont High"."