|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Stay The Night||2||Audio||1986-11-00||Elektra|
|4||The Lace||10||Audio||2006-08-15||Wounded Bird Records|
|7||Stay The Night||3||Audio||1986||Elektra|
|8||Stay The Night||2||Audio||1986||Elektra|
|9||Too Hot To Stop||2||Audio||1986||Elektra|
|10||Too Hot To Stop||2||Audio||1986||Elektra|
|15||Stay The Night||2||Audio||1986||Elektra|
|18||Stay The Night||3||Audio||1986||Elektra|
Benjamin Orr (born 8 September 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio, died 3 October 2000 in Atlanta, Georgia) was best known as the bassist for pop rock band [b]The Cars[/b]. He provided the lead vocals for some of the band's biggest hits including "Drive", which peaked at #3 on the US Pop charts.
In 1986, Ben released a solo album titled [i]The Lace[/i], which spawned the Top 40 hit "Stay The Night".
After the break-up of The Cars in 1987, Ben continued to perform with his own band [b]Big People[/b] until his untimely death in 2000 from pancreatic cancer.