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Move Like This

16 May 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Label: Universal Music Group International
  • Copyright: (C) 2011 Syncro 4 LLC. Under exclusive license to StarCon LLC d/b/a Hear MusicTM
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  • Total Length: 37:38
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  • ASIN: B004WX2I0Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,153 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Leicester Bangs TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 11 May 2011
Format: Audio CD
The Cars - Move Like This (Hear Music)
When you think of the best Cars albums - particularly their self-titled debut, Candy-O and Heartbeat City - it's their ability to mix new wave with exceptional pop hooks that most impresses. Some 24 years since their previous album, Ric Ocasek and the surviving band members (bassist Benjamin Orr succumbed to cancer in 2000) have not only succeeded in revisiting past glories but have produced a collection which comfortably stands alongside their finest records.

The first thing you'll notice is the energy. The first three tracks clear the gate at a gallop, barely touching the ground - urgent, vital and as catchy as hell. It's not difficult to draw comparisons to the classic trio of tracks that opened their self-titled debut over thirty years ago, and here they have much the same effect. When they do slow things down on "Soon", it's with an intro that'll remind many of the taut coolness of "Drive". They're definitely pushing buttons here, and they're all the right ones.

Ocasek keeps his vocals as clipped and sharp as you remember them and the whole band sound like they've been woken from a two decade long coma, handed their instruments and told to get back to doing what they do. I suppose one could argue that they've made no real progress in the intervening years, but it's good to hear The Cars (2011) sounding just like The Cars (1978-84), unaffected by baggage like age, maturity and the responsibilities that come with both.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By brfa on 22 May 2011
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I have been a `Cars' fan since I first heard `Good Times Roll' on American FM-radio when it was in the charts in the late 70's and I was working over there. Their style of music was never easy to categorize as their sound was unique, instantly recognizable, very rarely copied and certainly never surpassed. I have owned everything the Cars ever recorded in all its guises; vinyl, tape, cd and even after all these years they are still on my (albeit expansive) playlist. In my opinion `The Cars' never made a bad track; they were all good, but obviously some were better than others.
`Move Like This' sounds like it could have been recorded back in their heyday but with the added bonus of modern production techniques.

The Cars have made an old-man very happy.

P.S. My 23 year old daughter loves this album too!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James N. Boyce on 27 May 2011
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Like most fans i never thought the Cars would reunite ever, especially after the sad loss of Ben Orr, but with the release of Move Like This it's become reality. I guess like most fans the idea of a reunion was a thrilling thing, but also with it comes a little trepidation on whether it will be as good as it once was. I can honestly say that Move Lke This is mostly a triumph, sorry about the car pun, and i would say it's there best record since Shake It Up in '81. The album kicks off with one of the highlights of the whole project the track Blue Tip, with it's quirky Greg Hawkes keyboard noises and Elliot Easton's jerky guitar work, plus a catchy chorus that evokes Cars hits of old. The second song in is another highlight, Too Late is a really catchy and bouncy song with a really strong synth hook that again sounds only like The Cars. The only two songs i'm not overly keen on are Keep On Knocking and Drag On Forever that try and crank up the noise a bit more, and are a tad dull, but they are the only two tracks that do nothing for me, the rest is great. The songs where Ben is missed the most are the two ballads on the record, Soon and Take Another Look, but despite the fact he'd probably sing them better than Ric they're strong songs and don't really suffer too much. The first single off Move Like This Sad Song is anything but sad and moves along at great pace, and again it has a catchy chorus, but the song has a familiar feel to it, it starts with a similar guitar lick and hand claps to My Best Friend's Girl, made my laugh when i heard it. The CD ends with probably my favourite song Hits Me, the track could have been on Panorama, it's quirky, rocks and is "classic Cars", all guitars and swirling keyboards topped off with a great Ric vocal, heavenly.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. 880 on 27 May 2011
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Like a host of other bands and artists on the comeback trail, The Cars have joined the party 24 years after their last proper studio album, and quite a return it is! Skeptics might suggest that if you still sound like you did in 1978, there might be nothing to see here. But The Cars' sound, sensibility and sheer skill with a tune haven't deserted them in the intervening time. Overcoming the tragic loss of Benjamin Orr and galvanized by a rejuvenated Ric Ocasek, the band have conjured up their third best record ever... no bad feat when the top two are your eponymous debut and Heartbeat City! Blue Tip, Sad Song, Soon and It's Only all sound like they could have come from either of those two previous records and the overall quality control - not always a strong suit on other Cars records - makes this a worthy and worthwhile comeback.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Alan Tyrrell on 21 May 2011
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If like me you are late 40's and hark back to the days of the new wave era because punk was too loud and pop was too soppy,this is the album you will be playing through the summer.
Every track has a great hook and Rik's vocals are as sharp as ever.
It would have been a 5 star review if it wasn't for the odd dodgy lyric,but that's just me being picky.
Listening to this album has reminded me of at least 3 great songs from this era that still sound great today.
Airport by The Motors,I got you by Split Enz and My best friends girl by The Cars of course.
Pure Bubblegum/New Wave.
Play loud and enjoy.
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