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10cc Import, Original recording remastered

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Digitally remastered, German reissue of 1973 debut featuring the hit 'Rubber Bullets'. Bonus tracks 'Hot Rock Sun', '4%Of SOmething', 'Rubber Bullets' (Single Version), 'Waterfall', 'Bee in My Bonnet'. 2000 release. Standard jewlcase.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Johnny Don't Do It
  2. Sand In My Face
  3. Donna
  4. The Dean And I
  5. Headline Hustler
  6. Speed Kills
  7. Rubber Bullets
  8. The Hospital Song
  9. Ships Don't Disappear (Do They?)
  10. Fresh Air From My Mama
  11. Hot Rock Sun
  12. 4% Of Something
  13. Rubber Bullets (Single Version)
  14. Waterfall
  15. Bee In My Bonnet


Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 8, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Repertoire
  • ASIN: B000042ORA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,216 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 4, 2000
Format: Audio CD
The first album from these witty power popsters has traces of the Beatles, Beach Boys and Frank Zappa floating around in it. And that's in the first song. This great reissue has marvelous sound and five bonus tracks (4 b sides and an A side single version of Rubber Bullets).
The sound quality is outstanding although the booklet notes leave something to be desired. They provide a sketchy overview of the band but no insight (unlike the Mercury reissues of The Original Soundtrack and How Dare You!) into how the band worked as a unit to produce such marvelous, quirky albums. There are also a couple of mistakes in the booklet (and one glaring error in the songwriting credits).
The 50's song parodies (like Donna) haven't aged as well or as gracefully as the much more imaginative songs on the album. Overall 10cc remains remarkably fresh 28 years later. It's a pity that Godley & Creme packed up their bags and moved out of the house after only 4 albums. The dynamic that made the band so special was the interaction of Stewart, Gouldman, Godley & Creme. The duo (along with newer members Rick Fenn & Stuart Tosh) of Stewart & Gouldman produced at least two exceptional albums after the duo left, but none that had the impact of these first four recordings.
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Sheet Music, How Dare You and 10cc are all iconic 10cc records. I listened to all of them when I was in my early 20s. Now that I am in my late 50s, they sound as fresh and inventive as they did 40 years ago. Lol Creme singing lead on Rubber bullets is the BEST! I saw the band live after they split. I would have loved to see the original four in concert. I love this music! I can guarantee you, when I am in my 80s, I will still be singing The Dean and I at the top of my lungs. How great is that!?!?
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I don't like the track listing the way it is here. I have the UK version or whatever, and it makes more sense logically: I mean Johnny Don't Do It! opens wtih that dramatic fan fare, and the album closes with Fresh Air For My Mama the BIG SERIOUS song: it makes no sense to end it with HEADLINE HUSTLER. that's a great song but a HORRIBLE last song on an album.

Some people might be so surprised this album is so great but one must remember: these guys are seasoned pros. They know what they're doing, and they knew it from the start. This is their catchiest collection of music and some say it's their best. I appreciate the way they branched out, and became more serious and complex: here they're sometimes a little TOO light weight, or too silly. LIke on the ridiculously stupid Hospital Song, the only 10cc song that really really irritates me. Otherwise it's pop perfection from Johnny and Donna (a bit interchangeable perhaps...) Sand in My face's goofy, indescriable style, the relative complexity of the Dean And I, which approaches musical style, but in a good way, Headline Hustler's catchy riffs and melodies and rocking power (courtsey of Mr. Eric Stewart, under appreciated guitarist). Also hard rocoking is Speed Kills, and Rubber Bullets which is an amazing pop composition, an amazing piece of satire, and a great parody.

Thing plummet into stupidity with the hospital song. NOw, I could forgive a song such stupid lyrics if the music was good, but it's not very good either.

That brief crap pile goes, and in it's place is Ships Don't Just Disappear In The NIght (Do They?) which title aside, is the most complex song on the album.
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Just a note--you may notice this review is the same for the domestic version. Amazon mistakenly put this version (for the import) with that release. There are no bonus tracks here folks. Now to our regularly scheduled program.
These four wiseguys (not in the Sopranos sense)from the Uk had been bopping around in the music biz for sometime. They all knew one another and decided they were clever enough to be a band. They were way too clever for the US at first and pandering didn't become them. So, they made some hits in the UK signed with a major in the US (Mercury at the time) and struck gold with I'm Not In Love, I'm Mandy Fly Me, The Things We Do For Love, Good Morning Judge, Dreadlock Holiday.
In the meantime, we mortals had to settle for finding their two previous albums. They eventually did come to US shores and we've been grateful ever since. Well, mostly grateful after all the UK also gave us the Spice Girls.
Anyhow, Donna, the first song to hit it big in the UK would never have flown in the US. It just didn't have the...velocity. It needed to be less 50's patische and more guitar rock God sarcastic.Or they needed big hair and silver platform boots. You decide.
Anyhow, 10cc, their first "offical" album (they recorded one as Hotlegs before this one)is stocked with riffs, witty tunes (like Ships Don't Disappear in the Night, Rubber Bullets, etc.) The advantage of the CD age is that you can skip some of the weaker tracks. The other advantage is the great bonus tracks. 4% of Something and Waterfall (sounds like a parody of Hippiedom). I'd highly recommend this album if only for its sense of humor. Eric Idle and Monty Python would have been proud. So would the Beatles.
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