10cc Discography

In the Seventies, they didn’t come any better than 10cc. Along with Electric Light Orchestra and Harry Nilsson, 10cc set the standard for…

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10cc: Sheet Music (1974)

Kronomyth 2.0: 10cc GETS THEIR SHEET TOGETHER. This might be the most perfect piece of plastic pop in the universe. It might also…

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10cc: “Dreadlock Holiday” (1978)

Kronomyth 7.1: DREADFULLY FUNNY. I read on the Internet (probably Songfacts) that this song was inspired by an incident that happened while Graham…

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The Very Best of 10cc (1997)

Kronomyth 14.0: THE THINGS THEY DO FOR CASH. Shenanikanz the Klown and I are being shaken down for money by the Mercury agents…

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Hotlegs: “Neanderthal Man” (1970)

This is the pre-history of 10cc, a novelty number that sits somewehere in time between John Lennon’s “Give Peace A Chance” and The…

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10cc: “People In Love” (1977)

I’ve always heard this as a pale successor to “The Things We Do For Love.” THAT song was a roller-coaster ride; this is…

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10cc: Bloody Tourists (1978)

The last of the melodic money shots, if their next album is any indication. 10cc had swelled to a sextet following their last…

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10cc: Look Hear? (1980)

Look Hear? is another unpredictable delight. Oh, wait, I must have fallen asleep face down on the Warner Bros. promotional insert again. Said…

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10cc (1973)

Kronomyth 1.0: DEAN AND DONNA. 10cc derived their name from the average amount of semen in a male’s ejaculation, and despite an overabundance…

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10cc: How Dare You! (1976)

How Dare You! might be a concept album about relationships, might be a pop album with artistic aspirations, an experimental album with pop…

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