Door to Door is the sixth studio album by the American rock band the Cars. It was released in 1987 on Elektra Records. Door to Door was the group's last studio album before they disbanded in 1988. It was also the last Cars record to feature Benjamin Orr before his death in 2000. The band would not release another studio album until 2011's Move Like This.
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Even Ric Ocasek's own production couldn't save Door to Door from being a rather lackluster album, failing to capture the type of magic that the Cars instilled on past releases. Their last Top 40 single, "You Are the Girl," peaked at number 17 in September of 1987, while efforts like "Strap Me In" and the album's most melodious tune, "Coming Up You," failed to crack the number 50 mark. Missing from the album is the usual Cars chemistry, made up of Ocasek's crisp vocals and Elliot Easton's animated, hook-infused guitar work.
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The Cars released 'Door to Door,' the poorly received final album featuring their original lineup, on Aug. 25, 1987. In the interim between Heartbeat City and Door to Door, the Cars had focused on individual pursuits. More than that, they'd found some measure of outside success: Ocasek released the Top 40 1986 solo album This Side of Paradise, while Elliott collaborated with Jules Shear on 1985's Change No Change and Greg Hawkes composed film scores. Orr's 1986 studio effort The Lace, co-written with longtime girlfriend Diane Grey Page, produced the No. 24 single "Stay the Night. At the time, the Cars tried to present all of that as a strength