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Complete Greatest Hits


Download links and information about Complete Greatest Hits by The Cars. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:19:28 minutes.

Artist: The Cars
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:19:28
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No. Title Length
1. Just What I Needed 3:45
2. My Best Friend's Girl 3:45
3. Good Times Roll 3:47
4. You're All I've Got Tonight 4:14
5. Bye Bye Love 4:15
6. Moving In Stereo 4:46
7. Let's Go 3:35
8. It's All I Can Do 3:45
9. Dangerous Type 4:30
10. Touch and Go 4:57
11. Shake It Up 3:35
12. Since You're Gone 3:33
13. I'm Not the One 4:14
14. You Might Think 3:07
15. Drive 3:57
16. Magic 3:59
17. Hello Again 3:48
18. Why Can't I Have You 4:05
19. Tonight She Comes 3:56
20. You Are the Girl 3:55



When the Cars released their first greatest-hits album in 1985, it was capping a golden run that culminated in 1984's Heartbeat City, their biggest hit yet. They lasted one more album, 1987's abysmal Door to Door. So, technically, there isn't that much new territory covered by Complete Greatest Hits, especially since there's only one song — the only good one, "You Are the Girl" — from Door to Door, but it's nevertheless a substantial improvement over that initial hits collection, while being easier to digest for most listeners than the exhaustive 1995 anthology Just What I Needed. Essentially, the title explains it all, since it has all of the hits, which also means many are AOR staples. This approach means that nearly all of their debut and half of Heartbeat City is on this disc, but it also means that there's essentially nothing missing (apart from perhaps "Candy-O") that casual fans would want. Also, this approach confirms that the Cars were a sexy, stylish new wave singles band on the order of Blondie — sure, they had one classic album in their canon (the debut), along with some very good follow-ups, but they made the most sense song by song on the radio, even years after their prime. To hear why, this is the disc to get.