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  1. Vutaur

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    "Shake It Up" is a song by the Cars from their album of the same name. Although appearing for the first time in , it was actually written years earlier by the band's songwriter and lead singer Ric symphonic.dojurusadorardananilrajas.infoinfo song became one of the Cars' most popular songs (peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart and No. 4 on the Billboard Hot chart in early ).B-side: "Cruiser".
  2. Zulkizilkree

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    Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Elektra Records Think It Over · The Cars Shake It Up ℗ Elektra/Asylum Records Bass Guitar: Benjamin Orr Additional Vocals: Benjamin Orr.
  3. Dajin

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    The Cars "This Could Be Love": This could be love, you say This could be love This could be love This could be love Submit Corrections. Writer(s): Ric Ocasek, Greg Hawkes. AZLyrics. C. The Cars Lyrics. album: "Shake It Up" () Since You're Gone. Shake It Up. I'm Not The One. Victim Of Love.
  4. Gor

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    After the success of their first three albums, the Cars had enough money banked that they were able to build their own recording studio in Boston, and that's where they recorded their fourth album, 's Shake It symphonic.dojurusadorardananilrajas.infoinfo new setup allowed the Cars more time to tinker with their sound, but also meant that much of the album was recorded in pieces by each member of the band, instead of them being 6/
  5. Zululrajas

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    In "Since You're Gone" was released as the second single from Shake It Up, as the follow-up to "Shake It Up". The song, backed with "Think It Over" in America and "Maybe Baby" in Britain, reached #41 on the Billboard Hot and #24 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.B-side: "Think It Over" (US), "Maybe Baby" (UK).
  6. Yozshut

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    "Shake It Up" by The Cars will leave you stunned and amazed. This was the band's 4th studio album, and they showed no signs of running out of steam artistically. "Shake It Up" is not their best album but it's definitely a favorite of mine. Out of the 9 tracks, there is ONLY one track that sounds a /5(62).
  7. Shaktilar

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    Shake It Up is the fourth studio album by American rock band The Cars, released in It was the last album by the Cars to be produced by Roy Thomas Baker. A much more pop-oriented album than its predecessor, its title track became their first Billboard top ten hit.

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