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  • CD (26 janvier 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD gold, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B002YQVFFM
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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C'est avec "Shake It Up" que les Cars vont exploser. Plus orienté new-wave, dominé par une force rythmique binaire et prépondérante, "Shake It Up" est une parfaite réussite. Mélodies simples mais efficaces, complémentarité évidente des chansons, prépondérance de claviers "kitschs", l'album est maîtrisé de bout en bout et s'avère bien plus complexe qu'il ne paraît. Une fois découverts les singles "Shake It Up" et "Since You're Gone", il reste des titres brillants et envoûtants : la ballade désuette et synthétique "I'm Not the One", le détonnant "Cruiser", le puissant "Think It's Over" ou l'émouvant et glacé "This Could Be Love" sont autant de purs joyaux tout droit issus des 80's. Le son, pour être commercial, n'en est pas moins recherché et l'esprit initial des Cars est merveilleusement préservé. Un grand disque à redécouvrir !
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Non , non et non ce n'est pas bon . La pochette est sympa elle pourra faire un bon sous boc pour Picon bière
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shake It Up 13 août 2004
Par Z. Hilgefort - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
A little more light-hearted this time around, a year after the darker textures of Panorama. Shake It Up is a wonderful album that's sometimes forgotten, stuck between their "commercial disappointment album" and their "commercial smash album". It all starts out with one of the band's most memorable tunes, 'Since You're Gone', with Ric Ocasek's charming rhymes and Elliot Easton's faux E-Bow solo. A true classic. The title track is also a true classic, featuring a neo-doo-wop groove that remains the Cars' most danceable tune. 'I'm Not The One' is a simply incredible ballad, one of their best. It wasn't released as a single until 1986, as a remixed version from the Greatest Hits album. The original is better, with yet another wonderful synth solo by the band's secret weapon, Greg Hawkes. It sounds downright gothic. 'Victim Of Love' is a more light-hearted ditty. I love Hawkes' giddy synth touches on this one. 'Cruiser' is an awesome rocker, a perfect cruising song, naturally. I haven't owned this album for very long, and 'Cruiser' has already become one of my favorite Cars songs, along with the next song, 'A Dream Away'. This song is astounding; a great mood created by a driving synth line and synthesized drums, coupled with Ric's moody voice and lyrics. Probably my favorite song on the album. 'This Could Be Love' is another moody ballad, and a great one at that. Could've made a good single, too. 'Think It Over' has a bit different sound for the Cars. Despite the synths, it feels a little more rockabilly than usual. Ben Orr's vocal, as usual, make this song jump from good to great. "Everytime you run around, it makes me wanna pop". Also would've made a great single. 'Maybe Baby' is a driving Ric Ocasek rocker with some pretty slick percussion. And that's the end of this short but sweet Cars album, their one and only album cut at their own custom studio, Syncro Sound in Boston. I wonder whatever happened to that place? Anyway, Shake It Up remains one of the Cars' more light, enjoyable albums and I never tire of it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Still Cruisin' 17 juin 2000
Par C. C. Thomas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Once you get past the first two songs, i.e. "the hits", this becomes one very musically intriguing CD. The real reason, however, to buy this album is the song "A Dream Away". This one song is unlike anything else in the Cars' catalog either before or after it and arguably the best "non-hit" they ever recorded (a worthy runner-up might be "You Wear Those Eyes" from "Panorama"). I might be the only one who thinks so but I have my reasons. Beat poetry meets techno, "A Dream Away" should have spawned an equally trippy video though to my knowledge it never did. It also should have been included on the Cars' Anthology album but you can get it here. "Think It Over"'s pretty cool too.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This is The Cars in the complete sense 2 septembre 1999
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Format: CD
"Shake it Up" is the perfect follow-up to "Panorama" and a nice prelude to "Heartbeat City". In a way the album is a mixture of the 2 album styles ("Since You're Gone"/"Shake It Up"/"Victim of Love"/"Think it Over" sounding like they fell off the "Heartbeat City" album and the rest sounding like they could be leftovers from "Panorama").
A very diverse album all the way with Ocasek's lyrics and Hawkes' keyboards ruling the scene. Ocasek's lyrics have never been better than they are in this album ("chicken encounters fill your bowels" and "is this the kill? is this the thrill? this could be love" among many other poetic pieces).
My favorites on the album are "Cruiser" and "Think it Over". Both songs are negative (ala "Panorama") in their approach, but say so much about Ocasek.
This album is the advanced, techno, new-wave Cars that is so much their trademark - and the essential (but not their best) Cars' album in my book
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Artistically, four or five stars. But the sound quality . . . . 14 août 2004
Par Ben Culture - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This review was previously titled "Doesn't this album need RE-MASTERING?" and the rating was one star. That applies to what was available at the time. Below is the complete text of my August, 2004 review. But by now (Spring of 2013) the album may (or may not) have been re-mastered properly. . . .

I appreciate the content-based reviews, but some of us are long-time Cars fans who made their minds up about these songs many years ago. The question is, is this compact-disc everything it could be in terms of SOUND REPRODUCTION?

Regrettably not. The Cars albums were initially "dumped" to CD back in the early 90s, and it took a long time for the first three albums to be decently re-mastered. (Sadly, ART and LYRIC reproduction still has not been handled properly! Each new CD version looks exactly like the older, worse version!) As far as I can tell, Shake It Up and Heartbeat City have never been properly transferred. In other words -- they sound terrible.

Seems the problem is, Elektra's out of business. Certaintly, it's not a question of The Cars being able to sell records, since they ALWAYS DID, FROM DAY ONE. It's just not fair.

Somebody, please, obtain the rights and do The Cars right! Don't these pioneers of 80s sound quality deserve modern reproduction?
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 a couple keepers on here, but too much tossed-off formulaic material 12 décembre 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Released in 1981, "Shake It Up" has long struck me as being the sound of a band under a deadline to get a new album turned in, and not quite up to the task.

The title track has a rocking Elliot Easton guitar solo that seems to come out of nowhere, but otherwise, it's painfully flimsy song, sorely lacking any kind of a real RIFF, not to mention Ocasek phoning in the throwaway lyrics. "Since You're Gone" is also bland and cutesy, with a tiresomely routine Ocasek chord progression. The uptempo "Cruiser", presumably a rocker, feels way too smoothed over, weighing down its potential excitement. "A Dream Away", despite some ear-catching moments, really wears out its welcome over the course of it's close-to-6-minute duration, with its frustrating lack of melody, a gratingly repetitive bassline, and some awkward chord changes. "Think It Over" goes overboard with gimmicky production matched, seemingly to try and lift a throwaway new wave composition. And the closing "Maybe Baby" really echoes the previous album closer's "Up and Down", with a half-hearted attempt at Ocasek's usual hip, evasive wordplay on the chorus.

The ballad "I'm Not the One" is a clear standout track, with a melancholy and memorably melodic chorus, although the remixed version with appears on the "Greatest Hits" CD is a distinct improvement, although there starker version here is still interesting. And the creepy, yet still poppy "This Could Be Love" is the best track, with the Greg Hawkes Phrygian-mode chord progression blending effectively with the modulation effects and with Ben Orr in fine form vocally.

In sum, a couple tracks here are worth of your portable music player, and overall it's a pleasant occasional listen, but especially when listened to today, Ocasek's limitations in terms of songwriting and production become somewhat exhaustingly apparent.
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