The Cars - Heartbeat City

Heartbeat City is the fifth studio album by American new wave band The Cars, released in 1984.

The album was a return to form for the band, coming after their darker albums Panorama and Shake It Up. A number of songs from the album gained significant radio and TV exposure, notably "Drive", played during the 1985 Live Aid concert, and "You Might Think", which had a memorable music video in heavy rotation on MTV in 1984 and 1985. Heartbeat City spawned a total of five Top 40 singles, two of which (the aforementioned "Drive" and "You Might Think") were Top 10 as well.

The cover art is from a 1972 piece by Peter Phillips called "Art-O-Matic Loop di Loop."

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All songs written by Ric Ocasek unless otherwise indicated.

1. "Hello Again" – 3:47
2. "Looking for Love" – 3:52
3. "Magic" – 3:57
4. "Drive" – 3:55
5. "Stranger Eyes" – 4:26
6. "You Might Think" – 3:04
7. "It's Not the Night" (Greg Hawkes, Ocasek) – 3:49
8. "Why Can't I Have You" – 4:04
9. "I Refuse" – 3:16
10. "Heartbeat City" – 4:31

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UK track listing

1. "Looking for Love" – 3:52
2. "Jackie" – 4:31
3. "Not the Night" (Hawkes, Ocasek) – 3:49
4. "Drive" – 3:55
5. "Shooting for You"
6. "Why Can't I" – 4:04
7. "Magic" – 3:57
8. "You Might Think" – 3:04
9. "I Do Refuse" – 3:16
10. "Stranger Eyes" – 4:26
11. "Hello Again" – 3:47

Track Notes: In the UK version, the song "Heartbeat City" is called "Jackie" (although the lyrics use the name Jacki), "It's Not the Night" is called "Not the Night", and "Why Can't I Have You" is called "Why Can't I." In addition, a bonus track "Shooting for You" is included.

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