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The Cars Are Planning A Pair Of Re-Releases

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The Cars have announced plans to re-release 1981's Shake It Up and 1984's Heartbeat City. Both albums will be released on new remastered CD and digital editions as well as double vinyl collections with new liner notes by Rolling Stone critic David Fricke.

The rereleases come at an exciting time for the band, who were recently named Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees. Ric Ocasek says they are likely to perform with their original lineup at the induction ceremony:

"We probably will," Ocasek told Rolling Stone. "I don't know in which way we will. I've been thinking about that a bit since it came up. There's all kinds of different scenarios we could do. I don't know how, but I assume it would be expected and I'd be prepared for that."

The Cars, 'Shake It Up' Expanded Edition Track Listing
"Since You're Gone"
"Shake It Up"
"I'm Not the One"
"Victim of Love"
"Cruiser"
"A Dream Away"
"This Could Be Love"
"Think It Over"
"Maybe Baby"
"Since You're Gone" (Early Version)
"Shake It Up" (Demo)
"I'm Not the One" (Remix)
"Cruiser" (Early Version)
"Take It on the Run" (Early Version of "A Dream Away")
"Coming Up You Again" (1981 Version of "Coming Up You")
"Little Black Egg" (Remastered)
"Midnight Dancer"

The Cars, 'Heartbeat City' Expanded Edition Track Listing
"Hello Again"
"Looking for Love"
"Magic"
"Drive"
"Stranger Eyes"
"You Might Think"
"It's Not the Night"
"Why Can't I Have You"
"I Refuse"
"Heartbeat City"
"Hello Again" (Remix Version)
"Drive" (Demo)
"One More Time" (Early Version of "Why Can't I Have You")
"Baby I Refuse" (Early Version of "I Refuse")
"Jacki" (Early Version of "Heartbeat City")
"Breakaway" (B-Side of "Why Can't I Have You")
"Tonight She Comes" (Remastered)

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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