Cars, the
Cars = MFSL=GAIN 2 Ultra Analog Half Speed Mastered=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm     Nunmbered -master from originall analogue tape 

(1978 ) 2009 US limited edition - GAIN 2 Ultra Analog Half Speed Mastered LP pressed on 180g VIRGIN VINYL - the debut longplayer from the legendary group produced by Roy Thomas Baker Queen etc,including the classics "My Best Friends Girl" and "Just What

Label:  Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab 
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Release date 26-08-2009 (Originally released in 1978)

2009 US exclusive limited - GAIN 2 Ultra Analog Half Speed Mastered LP, pressed on 180g virgin vinyl - the debut longplayer from the legendary group produced by Roy Thomas Baker Queen etc, including the classics "My Best Friends Girl" and "Just What I Needed," superbly presented in deluxe individually numbered gatefold pasted card sleeve housed in perforated tearstrip bag.

Tracks:
A1     Good Times Roll
A2     My Best Friend's Girl     
A3     Just What I Needed
A4     I'm In Touch With Your World
A5     Don't Cha Stop     

B1     You're All I've Got Tonight
B2     Bye Bye Love
B3     Moving In Stereo
B4     All Mixed Up

The Cars' 1978 self-titled debut is a genuine rock masterpiece. The band jokingly referred to the album as their "true greatest-hits album," but it's no exaggeration -- all nine tracks are new wave/rock classics, still in rotation on rock radio. Whereas most bands of the late '70s embraced either punk/new wave or hard rock, The Cars were one of the first bands to do the unthinkable -- merge the two styles together. Add to it bandleader/songwriter Ric Ocasek's supreme pop sensibilities, and you had an album that appealed to new wavers, rockers, and Top 40 fans. One of the most popular new wave songs ever, "Just What I Needed," is an obvious highlight, as are such familiar hits as "Good Times Roll," "My Best Friend's Girl," and "You're All I've Got Tonight." But like most consummate rock albums, the lesser-known compositions are just as exhilarating: "Don't Cha Stop," "Bye Bye Love," "All Mixed Up," and "Moving in Stereo," the latter featured as an instrumental during a steamy scene in the popular movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High. With flawless performances, songwriting, and production (courtesy of Queen alumni Roy Thomas Baker), The Cars' debut remains one of rock's all-time classics.

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Extra info: Nunmbered -master from originall analogue tape
Label: Mobiel Fidelity Sound Lab
Originally released: 1978
This release: 2009
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