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Think It Over (The Cars song)

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"Think It Over"
Single by The Cars
from the album Shake It Up
B-side"I'm Not the One"
ReleasedAugust 1982
StudioSyncro Sound (Boston)
Songwriter(s)Ric Ocasek
Producer(s)Roy Thomas Baker
The Cars singles chronology
"Since You're Gone"
"Think It Over"
"You Might Think"

"Think It Over" is a song by American new wave band The Cars, featured on their fourth studio album, Shake It Up. It was written by Ric Ocasek.

Release[change | change source]

"Think It Over" was first released on the 1984 album Shake It Up, but following the album's release the song was released as a single in Britain and Australia. Backed with "I'm Not the One" (which later became a hit in its own right) the single made no dent on the charts. The single was not released in America, as the song "Victim of Love" (also from Shake It Up) received the single release instead.

Reception[change | change source]

AllMusic reviewer Greg Prato cited the track as a highlight from Shake It Up, describing it as "almost entirely synth-oriented" and called it one of the "many lesser-known album tracks [on Shake It Up that] prove[d] to be [a] highlight[.]"[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Prato, Greg. "Shake It Up". allmusic.com.

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