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2011 release from the Ric Ocasek and Co., their first album in 24 years. Move Like This recalls the Aft-Rock minimalistic sound The Cars are so well known for, yet at the same time, maintains significant relevance to the music of today. Will appeal to all long-standing Cars fans and open the door to a whole new generation of listeners. The album was produced by The Cars and Jacknife Lee [U2, REM]. Features the singles 'Blue Tip' and 'Sad Song'.


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  2. Too Late 4:02$1.29  Buy MP3 
  3. Keep On Knocking 3:52$1.29  Buy MP3 
  4. Soon 4:22$1.29  Buy MP3 
  5. Sad Song 3:38$1.29  Buy MP3 
  6. Free 3:17$1.29  Buy MP3 
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  8. Take Another Look 4:46$1.29  Buy MP3 
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 10, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hear Music
  • ASIN: B004NTMNB8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,285 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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81 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Polar Bear on May 10, 2011
Format: Audio CD
"Move Like This" is the Cars first album since 1987, and while it's been much too long since their last release, it was worth the wait! Aside from bassist Benjamin Orr, who passed away in 2000, all of the original members are back and they sound like they haven't missed a beat. The album's first track, "Blue Tip," is vintage Cars with Atari-era keyboards, a super catchy chorus laced with perky beats, and Ric Ocasek's trademark vocals. "Too Late" is a little more downbeat, a synth-driven tune with an electro pop foundation. Elliott Easton's guitar makes its presence known on "Keep On Knocking" and he turns in a very hip psychedelic solo. "Soon" is a ballad in the tradition of Drive, the hit that Orr sang back in 1984. "Sad Song" features a clever palm-muted guitar and on-the-upbeat handclaps. "Hits Me" and "Free" are a total recall of the new wave/pop sound the CARS had in the 1980's and captures their precise swagger perfectly. "Keep On Rocking" is more vintage Cars and has an incredible groove. While the band isn't breaking any new musical ground with their latest release, this is a finely produced album that fans of their earlier work will love, and is highly recommended!
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By diamonddave247 on May 10, 2011
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Goose bumps all over as I take a magical ride back in time to my youth. There is no substitute for the original Cars. This album is "new-vintage", and aged to perfection! A musical treat for the ears and a warm memory morsel for the heart. Do you ever wish you could do it all over again?! Well, this album lets us all "Take Another Look"! Thanks for the fond trip back to the future! A MUST addition for your Cars collection.

05/19/2011 Update: "Move Like This" debuts at NUMBER 2 on the Billboard Rock Album Charts! Congratulations to the band and thanks to all the loyal fans that made this release a success! This century wants more Cars music! This century NEEDS more Cars music!
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Strunk on May 10, 2011
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Just want to put my two cents worth in and tell the public that The Cars new album is really worth the cost! I bought mine at Best Buy today at $9.99 plus tax and it also included three bonus demo songs called One By One, Hits Me and Rocket USA. Also included are two music videos and they are Sad Song and Blue Tip. There is also a plastic Commemorative Pass telling the dates they play for the 2011 year and their web site! So all in all, a pretty good deal! The songs are a continuation of Heartbeat City and a little of The Cars first album thrown in for good measure! Thanks for your reading time...I'm not steering you wrong! (Get it!)...lol
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MW on May 10, 2011
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This is an excellent album, with only a few minor weak spots in my view (some insufferable lyrics mar "Soon", for instance). Ben Orr's absence means the album lacks his detached swagger, and as a result every song is dominated by Ocasek's trademark dark quirkiness. You can actually identify the songs that Orr should be singing. But it's a completely solid effort with a few fantastic tracks, and best of all: real drums.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Reader on July 13, 2011
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I was skeptical as to what this album was going to be like since SO much time had passed since the band had made an album, and that last album wasn't too great. I was also skeptical as to what it would sound like with only Rick Ocasek doing the vocals and not hearing Benjamin Orr's voice. Yes, I do miss hearing Ben's voice at times, but I think Rick does a GREAT job with all the songs, both in the writing and the singing.

I find myself enjoying this album more and MORE with each listen. I believe it will become one of my "summertime" albums that I can listen to any time of the year and it will feel like summertime FUN! The slower songs weren't my favorites the first few listens, but they do grow on you and the lyrics fit perfectly. What I just REALLY LOVE about this album is that it is also a "rocker" in the new wave feel of their first three albums. There are songs that sound like they could easily fit on their debut, some on Candy-O, and some from Panorama. It's GREAT to hear Elliot Easton CRANK on his guitar like on those classic recordings of yesteryear. The whole band sound very tight, energetic and like they are having fun making music together again. I'm hoping that we won't have to wait quite as long for another GREAT album from these gents.
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39 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Charles Senescall on May 10, 2011
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It's been 24 years since "Door To Door," and they're now (unfortunately) a quartet. Ric is 62, and the rest of the band is in their late 50's. Benjamin Orr is gone - his absence here IS noticeable, by the way - but The Cars, wisely, have NOT attempted to replace him. This decision DOES affect the final sound, of course -- although something like that is simply going to be inevitable (and is hardly criticizable).

The Cars here, after 24 years, present a sparse, clean, very lean, and hella sharp "new wave" retro vibe; a smart guitar-pop aire that would have sounded perfect at radio in 1989 and yet still manages to sound fresh in 2011. (!) That's no small task, by the way - there's not a whole lot of 1980's bands in the industry who would have been able to pull off something like that (long-active acts aside, here). MOVE LIKE THIS sound's 1980-ish ON PURPOSE -- and by that, I mean: REAL drums, no autotune ANYWHERE, and synths that sound chirpy, buzzy, and 1980's video game-ish. This is, again, all ON PURPOSE, and is not meant as "real" crit; this is what The Cars DO. I've gotta say that with Benjamin Orr gone, the effort here sounds more like an Ocasek solo effort than what you might think of as a "Cars album" - but that's also not meant as "real" crit, either: there is NO question that NOT trying to replace Ben was absolutely correct. I would certainly have preferred Ben singing "Soon," though - instead of Ric - although I'd bet you money that Ric would say much the same thing, if you asked him.
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I would love to see a tour too! Hopefully they are just playing it by ear and seeing how the album is accepted first before deciding on a full tour or not. If I recall, they broke up during their tour of Door to Door (or at least shortly afterwards), so that may still be on their minds. Who... Read More
Feb 24, 2011 by vikerii |  See all 54 posts
Easton adds a blazing guitar solo to Sad Song here:
Yeah, Easton's solos were always one of the best parts of every Cars' song. I don't think it is a greed thing though, I just think that Ocasek is trying to be more current, and let's face it, the guitar solo died thirty years ago, sadly.
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