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Despite its name, "Good Times Roll" unfolds at a strolling pace — a paradox matching sardonic lyrics full of scorn for the supposed good times.
Prog-like keyboards Highland park NJ housewives personals and skip merrily underneath Ben Orr's pastoral vocal delivery and layers of post-punk and garage-psych guitar. Unsurprisingly, disorientation and confusion dominate the lyrics; still, the song's intricate details — from Queen -like gang harmonies to a bittersweet Greg Hawkes sax solo — are what elevate it high in the Cars' song canon.
However, the Fast Times at Ridgemont High movie staple gets a slight nod for its entirely futuristic, experimental tone. Space-junk synths hum ominously underneath prickly guitar riffs and worried keyboards, combining for a plodding proto-new wave dirge that wasn't afraid to take risks with arrangements and effects. The No.
The Meet and fuck me entry on the Top Classic Rock Songs list succeeds because of its tension — do the lyrics express love or disdain for a beauty? Fresh enough for new wavers, but traditional enough for classic rockers, "Just What I Needed" hits the sweet spot.