Streetlight Records

10cc formed in 1972, initially consisting Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme who between them were creative pop and experimental songwriters, as well as multi-instrumentalists, singers and producers. They recorded most of their albums at their own Strawberry Studios (North) in Stockport and Strawberry Studios (South) in Dorking,  Originally signed to UK Records label, 10cc first charted in September 1972 with their '50s pastiche 'Donna', which narrowly missed the #1 spot but spent a quarter of the year on the Singles Chart. Six-months later 10cc had their first #1 single 'Rubber Bullets'. They recorded two albums for the label before signing to Phonogram's Mercury Records label in 1975.  Between 1972 and 1978, 10cc had five consecutive UK Top 10 albums: "Sheet Music" (#9-1974), "The Original Soundtrack" (#3-1975), "How Dare You!" (#5-1976), "Deceptive Bends" (#3-1977) and "Bloody Tourists" (#3-1978). Their Double live album "Live And Let Live" recorded on tour in Manchester and London, reached #14 in 1977.  10cc also had twelve unique UK Top 30 singles, ten of which reached the Top 10, whilst three of them were #1 hits; 'Rubber Bullets' (1973), 'I'm Not In Love' (1975) and 'Dreadlock Holiday' (1978). 'I'm Not In Love' was their breakthrough worldwide hit. During this period, there were also two 'hits' collections released, reaching #9 in 1975 and #5 in 1979.  '20 Years' is a 145 track/14 Disc celebration of the Band's most-celebrated period from 1972 to 1992 and includes all of the Studio and official Live albums released in this period, as well as two additional discs featuring a selection of Single edits and alternative mixes/versions and non-Album B-sides.  Graham Gouldman remains very much at the helm and had just returned from a sell-out Australian tour.  '20 Years' contains a 10, 000 word essay written by Liam Newton, author of the band's official autobiography "The Worst Band In The World".  10cc will embark on an 18-date UK tour in March 2024, with their The 'Ultimate' Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour 2024.
10cc formed in 1972, initially consisting Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme who between them were creative pop and experimental songwriters, as well as multi-instrumentalists, singers and producers. They recorded most of their albums at their own Strawberry Studios (North) in Stockport and Strawberry Studios (South) in Dorking,  Originally signed to UK Records label, 10cc first charted in September 1972 with their '50s pastiche 'Donna', which narrowly missed the #1 spot but spent a quarter of the year on the Singles Chart. Six-months later 10cc had their first #1 single 'Rubber Bullets'. They recorded two albums for the label before signing to Phonogram's Mercury Records label in 1975.  Between 1972 and 1978, 10cc had five consecutive UK Top 10 albums: "Sheet Music" (#9-1974), "The Original Soundtrack" (#3-1975), "How Dare You!" (#5-1976), "Deceptive Bends" (#3-1977) and "Bloody Tourists" (#3-1978). Their Double live album "Live And Let Live" recorded on tour in Manchester and London, reached #14 in 1977.  10cc also had twelve unique UK Top 30 singles, ten of which reached the Top 10, whilst three of them were #1 hits; 'Rubber Bullets' (1973), 'I'm Not In Love' (1975) and 'Dreadlock Holiday' (1978). 'I'm Not In Love' was their breakthrough worldwide hit. During this period, there were also two 'hits' collections released, reaching #9 in 1975 and #5 in 1979.  '20 Years' is a 145 track/14 Disc celebration of the Band's most-celebrated period from 1972 to 1992 and includes all of the Studio and official Live albums released in this period, as well as two additional discs featuring a selection of Single edits and alternative mixes/versions and non-Album B-sides.  Graham Gouldman remains very much at the helm and had just returned from a sell-out Australian tour.  '20 Years' contains a 10, 000 word essay written by Liam Newton, author of the band's official autobiography "The Worst Band In The World".  10cc will embark on an 18-date UK tour in March 2024, with their The 'Ultimate' Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour 2024.
740155736330
20 Years: 1972-1992 (Box) (Uk)
Artist: 10cc
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

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 in the Night (Do They?)
10. Fresh Air for My Mama
11. The Wall Street Shuffle
12. The Worst Band in the World
13. Hotel
14. Old Wild Men
15. Clockwork Creep
16. Silly Love
17. Somewhere in Hollywood
18. Baron Samedi
19. The Sacro-Iliac
20. Oh Effendi
21. Une Nuit a Paris [Part 1 - One Night in Paris/Part 2 - Same Night in Paris/Part 3 - Later the Same Night in Paris]
22. I'm Not in Love
23. Blackmail
24. The Second Sitting for the Last Supper
25. Brand New Day
26. Flying Junk
27. Life Is a Minestrone
28. The Film of My Love
29. How Dare You
30. Lazy Ways
31. I Wanna Rule the World
32. I'm Mandy Fly Me - Album Version
33. Iceberg
34. Art for Art's Sake - Album Version
35. Rock 'N' Roll Lullaby
36. Head Room
37. Don't Hang Up
38. Good Morning Judge
39. The Things We Do for Love
40. Marriage Bureau Rendezvous
41. People in Love
42. Modern Man Blues
43. Honeymoon with a B Troop
44. I Bought a Flat Guitar Tutor
45. You've Got a Cold
46. Feel the Benefit
47. Reminisce and Speculate
48. A Latin Break
49. Feel the Benefit
50. The Second Sitting for the Last Supper
51. You've Got a Cold
52. Honeymoon with B Troop
53. Art for Art's Sake
54. People in Love
55. Wall Street Shuffle
56. Ship's Don't Disappear in the Night (Do They?)
57. I'm Mandy Fly Me
58. Marriage Bureau Rendezvous
59. Good Morning Judge
60. Feel the Benefit
61. The Things We Do for Love
62. Waterfall
63. I'm Not in Love
64. Modern Man Blues
65. Dreadlock Holiday
66. For You and I
67. Take These Chains
68. Shock on the Tube (Don't Want Love)
69. Last Night
70. The Anonymous Alcoholic
71. Reds in My Bed
72. Lifeline
73. Tokyo
74. Old Mister Time
75. From Rochdale to Ocho Rios
76. Everything You Wanted to Know About!!! (Exclamation Marks)
77. One-Two-Five
78. Welcome to the World
79. How'm I Ever Gonna Say Goodbye
80. Don't Send We Back
81. I Took You Home
82. It Doesn't Matter at All
83. Dressed to Kill
84. Lovers Anonymous
85. I Hate to Eat Alone
86. Strange Lover
87. L.A. Inflatable ^1
88. Don't Ask ^1
89. Overdraft in Overdrive ^1
90. Don't Turn Me Away ^1
91. Memories ^1
92. Notell Hotel [Album Version] ^1
93. Les Nouveaux Riches ^1
94. Action Man in Motown Suit ^1
95. Listen with Your Eyes ^1
96. Lying Here with You ^1
97. Survivor ^1
98. 24 Hours - Full Version ^1
99. Feel the Love (Oomachasaooma) ^1
100. Yes I Am ^1
101. Americana Panorama ^1
102. City Lights ^1
103. Food for Thought ^1
104. Working Girls ^1
105. Taxi Taxi ^1
106. Woman in Love ^1
107. Wonderland ^1
108. Fill Her Up ^1
109. Something Special ^1
110. Welcome to Paradise ^1
111. The Stars Didn't Show ^1
112. Green Eyed Monster ^1
113. Charity Begins at Home ^1
114. Shine a Light in the Dark ^1
115. Don't Break the Promises ^1
116. Hot Sun Rock ^1
117. 4% of Something ^1
118. Bee in My Bonnet ^1
119. Waterfall ^1
120. Gismo My Way ^1
121. 18 Carat Man of Means ^1
122. The Worst Band in the World [Radio Version] ^1
123. Channel Swimmer ^1
124. Good News ^1
125. I'm Not in Love [Single Edit] ^1
126. Get It While You Can ^1
127. Hot to Trot ^1
128. Don't Squeeze Me Like Toothpaste ^1
129. I'm So Laid Back, I'm Laid Out ^1
130. Nothing Can Move Me ^1
131. One-Two-Five [Single Version] ^1
132. Only Child ^1
133. Les Nouveaux Riches [Single Mix] ^1
134. Tomorrow's World Today ^1
135. Run Away ^1
136. The Power of Love ^1
137. You're Coming Home Again ^1
138. We've Heard It All Before ^1
139. Memories [U.S. Mix] ^1
140. Feel the Love (Oomachasaooma) [Edit] ^1
141. She Gives Me Pain ^1
142. 24 Hours [Edit] ^1
143. The Secret Life of Henry ^1
144. Don't ^1
145. Lost in Love ^1
146. Man with a Mission ^1
147. Woman in Love [Radio Edit] ^1
148. Welcome to Paradise [7" Edit]

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10cc formed in 1972, initially consisting Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme who between them were creative pop and experimental songwriters, as well as multi-instrumentalists, singers and producers. They recorded most of their albums at their own Strawberry Studios (North) in Stockport and Strawberry Studios (South) in Dorking,  Originally signed to UK Records label, 10cc first charted in September 1972 with their '50s pastiche 'Donna', which narrowly missed the #1 spot but spent a quarter of the year on the Singles Chart. Six-months later 10cc had their first #1 single 'Rubber Bullets'. They recorded two albums for the label before signing to Phonogram's Mercury Records label in 1975.  Between 1972 and 1978, 10cc had five consecutive UK Top 10 albums: "Sheet Music" (#9-1974), "The Original Soundtrack" (#3-1975), "How Dare You!" (#5-1976), "Deceptive Bends" (#3-1977) and "Bloody Tourists" (#3-1978). Their Double live album "Live And Let Live" recorded on tour in Manchester and London, reached #14 in 1977.  10cc also had twelve unique UK Top 30 singles, ten of which reached the Top 10, whilst three of them were #1 hits; 'Rubber Bullets' (1973), 'I'm Not In Love' (1975) and 'Dreadlock Holiday' (1978). 'I'm Not In Love' was their breakthrough worldwide hit. During this period, there were also two 'hits' collections released, reaching #9 in 1975 and #5 in 1979.  '20 Years' is a 145 track/14 Disc celebration of the Band's most-celebrated period from 1972 to 1992 and includes all of the Studio and official Live albums released in this period, as well as two additional discs featuring a selection of Single edits and alternative mixes/versions and non-Album B-sides.  Graham Gouldman remains very much at the helm and had just returned from a sell-out Australian tour.  '20 Years' contains a 10, 000 word essay written by Liam Newton, author of the band's official autobiography "The Worst Band In The World".  10cc will embark on an 18-date UK tour in March 2024, with their The 'Ultimate' Ultimate Greatest Hits Tour 2024.
        
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