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  • Jan 31,  · Ric Ocasek ‎– Beatitude Label: Rubellan Remasters ‎– RUBY11CD, Geffen Records ‎– RUBY11CD, Universal Music Special Markets ‎– B/5(14).
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  • As the lead singer and song writer for New Wave legends The Cars, the late Ric Ocasek created a catalog of unforgettable hit singles that appealed to mainstream and underground audiences alike. For his debut solo album Beatitude in , Ocasek put his experimental foot forward to create an album that included his trademark Cars sound, but also.
  • Sneak Attack Lyrics: We're shooting the moon / Watch out for rockets / Suffocation in the center / Paradoxical on the edges / Hey, we're shooting the moon, yeah / Watch out for rockets / Cold cream.
  • As the lead singer and song writer for New Wave legends The Cars, the late Ric Ocasek created a catalog of unforgettable hit singles that appealed to mainstream and underground audiences alike. For his debut solo album Beatitude in , Ocasek put his experimental foot forward to create an album that included his trademark Cars sound, but also /5(5).
  • Beatitude is the debut album released by Ric Ocasek, lead singer and principal songwriter of The nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.coinfo was released by Geffen Records in It features Greg Hawkes of The Cars on keyboards, as well as Jules Shear and Stephen Hague from Jules and the Polar Bears.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Beatitude on Discogs. Label: Geffen Records - GEF • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Pop Rock, Synth-pop/5(31).
  • Robotic synth-rock that lacks the contagious energy of The Cars, Ocasek is still cool on Beatitude but a little cold to the touch. Kronomyth Shake it down. The cold, Kraftwerkian album that Ric (maybe) always wanted to make. As downbeat as Shake It Up was upbeat, Beatitude has confounded those who expected another bouncy ride with The Cars.
  • Ric Ocasek's Beatitude is an intriguing exercise in developing the artier side of the Cars, the one that owed a great deal to Roxy Music and synthesized Bowie. While the album lacks pop songs as strong as Ocasek's work for the Cars, it showcases an eerie side that is occasionally as compelling as his more accessible nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.coinfo: $