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  1. "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 little dated, "I'm Not The One"/5(85).
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  3. Numbered Edition gram LP Sourced from Original Master Tapes. A return to form after the departure that was 's muddled Panorama, the Cars' Shake It Up bursts forth with a rich assembly of synthesizers, drum machines, electronic blips, and catchy melodies that make it an early 80s pop staple. Known the world over, the famous title track proves the band's arrangement skills were in perfect shape .
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  5. Alabama Shakes: Vinyl LP Album Pack (Sound & Color, Boys & Girls) At the same time, this talented band cuts through the manipulations here and there, and midway on the album are 3 or 4 dynamite songs, a couple with faster tempo, that show the better side of the Shakes, I think. In fact, the second half of the record is better than the first /5(K).
  6. At the same time, this talented band cuts through the manipulations here and there, and midway on the album are 3 or 4 dynamite songs, a couple with faster tempo, that show the better side of the Shakes, I think. In fact, the second half of the record is better than the first half/5(1).
  7. With their debut album, the brothers Robinson (Chris and Rich) exploded on to the Los Angelino hair-metal dominated rock scene with rootsy southern soul. Sounding a bit like the Faces by way of Terry Reid, their cover of Otis Redding's "Hard To Handle" was a chart-topping hit, as was the ballad "She Talks To Angels.
  8. SIDE B: Sophisticated Shake (vocals by Edda Dell'Orso) The two most danceable tracks taken from Cipriani’s cult OST, now finally for the first time on a 7-inch record.

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