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Sheet Music Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (April 16, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Glam / 7t's
  • ASIN: B000NVIWVU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,528 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6. Silly Love
7. Somewhere In Hollywood
8. Baron Samedi
9. Sacro-Iliac
10. Oh Effendi
11. 18 Carat Man Of Means (Bonus Track)
12. Gismo In My Way (Bonus Track)
13. Worst Band In The Worl (Radio Version) (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

2007 digitally remastered and expanded pressing of the quirky British Rock band's 1974 sophomore album featuring three bonus tracks: '18 Carat Man Of Means', 'Gizmo My Way' and 'Worst Band In The World' (Radio Version). Formed by songwriters Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, 10cc weren't quite Art Rock, Pop Rock or Progressive Rock. They took only the best aspects of each style and created a unique sound of their own and were nearly impossible to pigeonhole. Sheet Music features the hits 'The Wall Street Shuffle', 'Silly Love' and 'Worst Band In The World'. 13 tracks. 7Ts. 2007.

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Silly Love is a rocker like other rockers but with a twist.
Mr. S. St Thomas
'Sheet music' remains a masterclass in the composition of popular music classics, and reaffirmed the composers' status as major contributers to the genre.
William J
The lyrics are good too: funny, catchy, very great word play.
Mr. Benac

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. St Thomas on February 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a pop classic that many critics have hailed as one of the best releases of the 7o's, that not alot of people know about. Its not 10cc's fault. Their popularity at the time was still growing after the colossal success of their first album (1973's 10CC). When I say colossal I mean this. In 10cc's career from 1973 - 1976, they were rarely out of the Top 10 charts in Europe, with quite a few No. 1's. By 1975 that success repeated in the States. They were virtually the most successful of the 1970's British 'pop' groups. And practically no one knows.
I first picked up SHEET MUSIC on a whim in 2001. Being familiar only with their songs 'The Wall Street Shuffle', Í'm Not In Love',and 'The Things We Do For Love' I was not sure what 10cc's other material sounded like based from these 3 selections from different albums & years. By the time I heard the third track from SHEET MUSIC 'Hotel' I couldn't believe I was listening to an album that had sounds of the 80's in 1974. These musicians in the studio were years ahead of their time, and certainly influenced what came out of Europe and later America with the 4 albums they released with the band line-up of Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Lol Creme and Kevin Godley. That Stewart & Gouldman later went on to write one of the most played songs in the world Í'm Not In Love', and Creme & Godley later went on to direct some of the most familiar and groundbreaking Videos of the 80's should tell you that there was an incredible amount of talent & vision in this band.
That they were one of the few bands, if not only, to run their own studio, and have complete control over their recorded output says something else. Everything they did was ín-house'and performed,produced,engineered & mixed by 10cc from the debut album onwards.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Benac on March 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
10cc was a band that got better with every album, up until How Dare You! any ways: I've only heard Deceptive Bends and Bloody Tourists after this (though Look Hear and Ten out of Ten are in the mail) so I can't really judge those albums. But while the first album was a perfect mix of goofy jokes, innovative song writing and playing, and great satire, this album not only one ups that album musically, but ten ups it! sorry, bad pun.

The music gets much more complex on this album: the strange styles have amagalized into a style of complex genre changes, complex chord changes and harmonies, multiple parts, and on somewhere in hollywood, a sweeping, dramatic feel.

The lyrics are good too: funny, catchy, very great word play. Not my main focus in the band: gotta love those songs!

Pick up the Double Disc Uk Records Collection. It has this album, plus the first, all their b-sides from the two albums, and the single versions of the singles, plus some cool liner notes. It's easy to find if you live in america, and a steal!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By uncut76 on October 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Further to the other reviews, which I agree with, I bought this CD version of Sheet Music for the bonus b-side tracks "18 Carat Man Of Means" and "Gizmo My Way".

18 Carat Man Of Means is as good as anything on the album...it starts off like a basic 12 bar blues/rock song, then morphs into a heartbreaking multi-harmonied classic.

Gizmo My Way is merely a hawaiian sounding instrumental, and not entirely essential but still pleasant.

Anyone who likes the spontaneous nature of this album should check out the album simply titled "L" by Godley&Creme from 1981 and prepare to be blown away with it's weirdness.

(it is also interesting to note the major similarities between "Somewhere In Hollywood" and Queen's subsequent mega-hit "Bohemian Rhapsody" released the following year. Freddie and Co. must have been studying it, surely).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike B. on July 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
The British rock band 10cc was comprised of four exceedingly clever musicians and songwriters, all of whom brought considerable gifts to the table. They'd all been working in various capacities since the mid-60's - most notably Graham Gouldman (who had written hits for the Hollies, Herman's Hermits, and the Mindbenders), and Eric Stewart (who was a member of the latter group). These two were the pop oriented half of the band, while Kevin Godley and Lol Creme contributed the more experimental, offbeat flourishes and compositions. All four sang and were multi-instrumentalists.

Their terrific debut album "10cc" got them off to a roaring start in their homeland. Two singles from it - "Donna" and "The Dean And I" - made the U.K. Top Ten, and "Rubber Bullets" hit number one. "Rubber Bullets" was a regional hit in parts of America, and gained them their first exposure here. It was about a prison riot, and sounded like the Beach Boys parodying Elvis' "Jailhouse Rock". Other tracks also had a comical slant, sometimes sung 1950's doo-wop style. Even some of the song topics were 50's-centric. The title character in "Johnny Don't Do It" became a teen angel in a motorcycle crash - "Sand In My Face" is about being picked on by a bully and invokes the Charles Atlas ads found in comic books of the era. As a whole, the album portended great things to come.

That would happen with the release of "Sheet Music" (1974). I love their first 3 albums equally, but I'm spotlighting this one because I think it's the most neglected and forgotten. "Wall Street Shuffle" was the British top-tenner off this one, while "Silly Love" only cracked the top 30. In America some of these songs received FM airplay, but none were hit singles.

10cc came into their own and found their voice on "Sheet Music".
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