|966 950-0||The Cars||Magic (12", Maxi)||Elektra||966 950-0||Europe||1984|
|P-1873||The Cars = カーズ||The Cars = カーズ - Magic = マジック (7", Single)||Elektra||P-1873||Japan||1984|
|96 69724-7||The Cars||Magic (7", Single, Promo)||Elektra, WEA||96 69724-7||Spain||1984|
|96 97247||The Cars||Magic (7")||Elektra||96 97247||Canada||1984|
|96-97247||The Cars||Magic (7", Promo, Sol)||Elektra||96-97247||Canada||1984|
℗ 1984 WEA International Inc.
Publisher: Warner Bros. Music
From the Elektra album 60296-1 "Heartbeat City"
You're watching the official music video for The Cars - Magic from the album 'Heartbeat City' 1984 Subscribe to the Rhino Cars is the debut album by the American new wave band the Cars. It was released on June 6, 1978, on Elektra Records. The album, which featured the three charting singles Just What I Needed, My Best Friend's Girl and Good Times Roll, as well as several album-oriented rock radio hits, was a major success for the band, remaining on the charts for 139 weeks. Watch the video for Magic from The Cars's Heartbeat City for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar The Cars, Ric Ocasek. The Cars perform in the music video Magic from the album Heartbeat City recorded for Elektra Records. Ric Ocasek at a Beverly Hills party in before a group of party-goes some of whom are in costume. Ocasek walks on water in the pool while the band plays behind him before party goers begin jumping into the pool. Title: The Cars: Magic Video 1984. The Cars: все альбомы, включая Got a Lot on My Head , Drive , Live at The Agora, 1978 и другие. Magic is a song performed by the American rock band the Cars from their fifth studio album, Heartbeat City, released in 1984. It was released as a single and reached number 12 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Billboard Top Tracks chart. The track was written by Ric Ocasek and produced by Robert Mutt Lange and the Cars. Ocasek sang lead vocals. Features Song Lyrics for The Cars's Magic: The Album album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User January 2019 . The band jokingly referred to the album as their true greatest-hits album, but it's no exaggeration - all nine tracks are new waverock classics, still in rotation on rock radio. Whereas most bands of the late '70s embraced either punknew wave or hard rock, the Cars were one of the first bands to do the unthinkable - merge the two styles together