Easy Street Records

In honor of the Cars reunion tour, we proudly bring back two long out of print solo albums by original Cars members. Change No Change by Elliot Easton was originally issued in 1985 on Elektra Records. This CD has five bonus tracks not on the original vinyl release. It features a guest appearance by Jules Shear. The Lace by Benjamin Orr was originally issued in 1986 on Elektra Records. It features a guest appearance by fellow Cars member Elliot Easton. Both of these albums cracked the top 100 on the Billboard charts when originally released.
In honor of the Cars reunion tour, we proudly bring back two long out of print solo albums by original Cars members. Change No Change by Elliot Easton was originally issued in 1985 on Elektra Records. This CD has five bonus tracks not on the original vinyl release. It features a guest appearance by Jules Shear. The Lace by Benjamin Orr was originally issued in 1986 on Elektra Records. It features a guest appearance by fellow Cars member Elliot Easton. Both of these albums cracked the top 100 on the Billboard charts when originally released.
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Change No Change
Artist: Elliot Easton
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Tools of Your Labor
2. (Wearing Down) Like a Wheel
3. Shayla
4. Help Me
5. (She Made It) New for Me
6. I Want You
7. Hard Way, The
8. Fight My Way to Love
9. Change
10. Wide Awake
11. Lonely Is the Dark
12. Walk on Walden
13. Long, Long Time
14. Stop the World from Turning
15. Let It Slide

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In honor of the Cars reunion tour, we proudly bring back two long out of print solo albums by original Cars members. Change No Change by Elliot Easton was originally issued in 1985 on Elektra Records. This CD has five bonus tracks not on the original vinyl release. It features a guest appearance by Jules Shear. The Lace by Benjamin Orr was originally issued in 1986 on Elektra Records. It features a guest appearance by fellow Cars member Elliot Easton. Both of these albums cracked the top 100 on the Billboard charts when originally released.
        
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