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Shake It Up is the fourth studio album by American Rock band The Cars, released in 1981. Track listing, All songs written by Ric Ocasek (Copyright Lido Music), except where noted. Side one: "Since You're Gone" - 3:30, "Shake It Up" - 3:32, "I'm Not the One" - 4:12, "Victim of Love" - 4:24, "Cruiser" - 4:54, Side two: "A Dream Away" - 5:44, "This Could Be Love" (Greg Hawkes, Ocasek) (Copyright Oversnare Music, Lido Music) - 4:26, "Think it Over" - 4:56, "Maybe Baby" - 5:04, Personnel, Ric Ocasek - rhythm guitar, lead vocals on 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, Elliot Easton - lead guitar, backing vocals, Greg Hawkes - keyboards, backing vocals, Benjamin Orr - bass guitar, lead vocals on 5, 7, 8, David Robinson - drums, percussion, Production, Arranged By The Cars, Produced By Roy Thomas Baker, Recorded & Engineered By Ian Taylor, Mastered By George Marino, Charts, Album YearChartPosition 1981 Billboard Pop Albums 9 Singles YearSingleChartPosition 1981 "Shake It Up" The Billboard Hot 100 4 1982 "Shake It Up" Billboard Club Play Singles 14 1982 "Shake It Up" Billboard Mainstream Rock 2 1982 "Cruiser" Billboard Mainstream Rock 37 1982 "Since You're Gone" Billboard Mainstream Rock 24 1982 "Since You're Gone" The Billboard Hot 100 41 1982 "Think It Over" Billboard Mainstream Rock 41 1982 "Victim of Love" Billboard Mainstream Rock 39 Certifications, OrganizationLevelDate RIAA - USA Double Platinum December 17, 2001 Song appearances, "Shake It Up" and "Since You're Gone" appear on The Last American Virgin soundtrack album. "I'm Not the One" appears in the Adam Sandler movie Billy Madison.

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