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10cc - 10cc album mp3
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10cc is the debut album by British rock band 10cc. It was recorded at Strawberry Studios in Stockport, which was part-owned by guitarist and engineer Eric Stewart, and released on Jonathan King's UK Records label. The album reached N. 6 in the UK. Three of its five singles reached the Top 10 in the UK charts, including "Rubber Bullets", which hit N. It was recorded 1972 at Strawberry Studios in Stockport, which was part-owned by guitarist and engineer Eric Stewart, and released on Jonathan King's UK Records label.

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Sheet Music - Студийный альбом от 10cc. В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:19:33. 10cc - Everything You Wanted To Know About !!! Headline Hustler. Gismo My Way. 03:43. 10cc - Gismo My Way. 10cc - Godley And Creme - Consequences News Item.


10cc - Primary Artist
Lol Creme - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Mellotron, Moog Synthesizer, Percussion, Piano, Piano (Electric), Vocals
Kevin Godley - Composer, Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Graham Gouldman - Bass, Composer, Dobro, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Tambourine, Vocals
Michael Heatley - Liner Notes
Stewart - Composer
Eric Stewart - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Moog Synthesizer, Slide Guitar, Vocals

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rubber Bullets Lol Creme / Kevin Godley / Graham Gouldman 10cc 5:16
2 Donna Lol Creme / Kevin Godley 10cc 2:55
3 Johnny Don't Do It Lol Creme / Kevin Godley / Graham Gouldman 10cc 3:39
4 Sand in My Face Lol Creme / Kevin Godley / Graham Gouldman 10cc 3:38
5 Speed Kills Lol Creme / Kevin Godley / Graham Gouldman / Eric Stewart 10cc 3:50
6 The Dean and I Lol Creme / Kevin Godley 10cc 3:04
7 Ships Don't Disappear in the Night (Do They?) Graham Gouldman / Stewart 10cc 3:05
8 The Hospital Song Lol Creme / Kevin Godley 10cc 2:43
9 Fresh Air for My Mama Lol Creme / Kevin Godley / Eric Stewart 10cc 3:05
10 Headline Hustler Graham Gouldman / Eric Stewart 10cc 3:31

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A Remarkable debut from an enduring group I have incredibly vivid memories of this self-titled 10cc debut album. As a music loving nine year-old, Radio One had drip fed me three very catchy singles in the months leading up to this classic album’s release. 10cc had a rich, warm and unmistakable sound. Consisting of four multi-talented individuals, Lol Crème, Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman and Kevin Godley signed with UK Records in July 1972 after initially being rejected by the Beatles Apple label. ‘Donna’, a throwback to the old 1950s doo-wop sound, was the first of four eventual singles taken from the album. A catchy, if somewhat tongue-in-cheek parody, ‘Donna’ was chosen by DJ Tony Blackburn as his record of the week. It certainly gave 10cc enough exposure to launch the single into the nation’s Top 30, with the single peaking at the No 2 position in October 1972. Hoping to repeat the success of ‘Donna’ their next release ‘Johnny don't do it’ failed to enter the chart and perhaps lacked the catchy light irony of ‘Donna’. However, by June 1973 the group scored their first No 1 with the hugely successful ‘Rubber bullets’, a racy homage to the film Jailhouse Rock. More significantly, ‘Rubber bullets’ featured what would become a signature sound of 10cc, the double-speed guitar. It was a technique that had been used to good effect on Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells, a landmark album also released in the same year. On the back of a number one single, the public were perfectly primed for the group’s debut album which was released in July 1973. In August 1973 ‘The Dean and I’ became 10cc’s fourth single release and gained another Top 10 hit. In terms of singles sales, the group were certainly gaining plenty of mileage off the back of their first long player. As an album, ‘10cc’ still works incredibly well and retains a particular freshness in its sharp, familiar retro sound. It’s full of brilliantly crafted songs, from the lyrically humorous ‘The hospital song’, the silky tenderness of ‘Fresh air for my mama’ and the powerfully brilliant guitar and drum driven ‘Speed kills’ - it all still works quite brilliantly. 7T’s reissue CD provides beautiful mastering and superb pin sharp clarity. In addition to the original album content, 7T’s have included five bonus tracks which tie in with the album’s history and timeline. Among them,‘Hot sun rock’ is a non-album instrumental which appeared as a B-side to the single ‘Donna’, ‘4% of something’ is an obscure but nevertheless welcome B-side from ‘Johnny don't do it’. Also included is the recording of ‘Waterfall’ a beautiful composition which was first considered for 10cc’s debut single and was previously rejected by Apple - although it’s still somewhat puzzling to understand exactly why? Thankfully, ‘Waterfall’ later appeared as the B-side to ‘Rubber bullets’, so rightfully now enjoys its place here. A damn good release…
Music is a part of most people's lives. We start with our preteen years(in my case the Bobby years of the early 1960's) and I continued thru the British Invasion. At some point you want adventure in your music. More of the same but also less of the same. I found that with 10CC and this album. They incorporated the DOOWOP sound of the 1950's into the British sound. I am not a lyrics guy but with lines like "We all got balls and brains But some's got balls and chains" it was hard not to notice them. This is an excellent album without a weak cut. This album was produced in an era where albums were the centre piece of an artist's musical expression. If you're looking to visit the past this is a very good album to do it with.