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You Might Think - The Cars - The Cars Greatest Hits (CD)


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  1. Although it has different artwork, this track set of the Cars' biggest hits is exactly the same, right down to the same running order, as Rhino's Complete Greatest Hits package from , which means it has everything the casual fan might want, including the perfect radio singles "Just What I Needed," "My Best Friend's Girl," "You're All I've Got Tonight," and "Shake It Up.".
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Specialty Records CD release of The Cars Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Elektra - 9 ,Elektra - • Format: CD Compilation, Repress Specialty Records • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock, AOR, Art Rock/5(11).
  3. When the Cars released their first greatest-hits album in , it was capping a golden run that culminated in 's Heartbeat City, their biggest hit yet. They lasted one more album, 's abysmal Door to $
  4. Similar to The Cars - The Cars Greatest Hits but with different vertical alignment and bigger EKT 25 on label. Mentions on back sleeve: Published by Lido Music, Inc. (ASCAP) Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC. Manufactured in Germany by Record Service GmbH.
  5. Listen free to The Cars – Greatest Hits (Just What I Needed, Since You're Gone and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at
  6. The Cars were named Best New Artist in the Rolling Stone Readers' Poll and won Video of the Year for "You Might Think" at the first MTV Video Music Awards in Their debut album The Cars sold six million copies and appeared on the Billboard album chart for weeks. As of , the Cars had sold over 23 million albums in the.
  7. Nov 26,  · The Cars - You Might Think (Official Music Video) - Duration: 13 videos Play all The cars - Greatest hits album droOoning lOOn; Touch and Go ( Ric Ocasek Remasters) - .
  8. The Cars sound may be best described as absolutely kinetic. They were the epitome of the decade from their three to four chord riffs, space-age synth sound, and lead singer Ric Ocasek's hynotic vocals and their hilarious "You Might Think" but also critically acclaimed "Drive" MTV videos that made the band the so-called forefathers of the music video age/5().

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