The Lace

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The Lace
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Studio album by Benjamin Orr
Released October 6, 1986
Recorded 1986
Studio The Wool Hall (Beckington, England) and Blue Jay Studios (Carlisle, Massachusetts)[1]
Genre
Length 45:05
Label Elektra
Producer
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[2]

The Lace is the only solo album by Cars' bassist and member Benjamin Orr. It was released on October 6, 1986 by Elektra Records and features his only solo hit, the song "Stay the Night" which reached the Top 40 in 1987. A follow-up single "Too Hot to Stop" was also released but failed to chart. Wounded Bird Records re-released the album on CD on August 15, 2006.

Track listing[edit]

  • All songs written by Benjamin Orr and Diane Grey Page.
  1. "Too Hot to Stop" 4:18
  2. "In Circles" 4:32
  3. "Stay the Night" 4:26
  4. "Skyline" 4:10
  5. "When You're Gone" 4:51
  6. "Spinning" 4:27
  7. "Hold On" 4:30
  8. "The Lace" 4:20
  9. "That's The Way" 4:07
  10. "This Time Around" 5:10

Personnel [3][edit]

Production [4][edit]

  • Produced by Mike Shipley, Ben Orr and Larry Klein
  • Engineered and recorded by Mike Shipley, with additional engineering by Thom Moore
  • Mixed by Thom Moore; "Stay The Night" and "Too Hot To Stop" mixed by Mike Shipley
  • Mastered at Masterdisk by Bob Ludwig
  • All songs published by Orange Village Music-ASCAP

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