What other songs did 10cc sing?

What other songs did 10cc sing?

10cc Song list

  • Art For Art’s Sake (1975)
  • Clockwork Creep (1974)
  • Donna (1972)
  • Dreadlock Holiday (1978)
  • I’m Mandy Fly Me (1975)
  • I’m Not In Love (1975)
  • Life Is A Minestrone (1975)
  • Ready To Go Home (1992)

What song is 10cc famous?

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s)
1. “Donna” Kevin Godley, Lol Creme
2. “Rubber Bullets” Godley, Creme, Graham Gouldman
3. “The Dean and I” Godley, Creme
4. “The Wall Street Shuffle” Eric Stewart, Gouldman

How did 10 cc get their name?

Where did 10cc get their name? 10cc got their name from Jonathan King who released their first records. King had had a dream about a successful band called “10cc”. However, popular belief is that they adopted the name because the average male ejaculation is 9cc and the band was above average with 1cc more than that!

Why did 10cc split up?

The reason they have “reconvened” is to discuss Tenology, a five-CD box set focusing on the pioneering pop music they made between 1972 and 1976, when their fast-paced, action-packed hits made them one of the biggest bands in Britain. “Yes, in a way we’re back together,” says Graham Gouldman.

Why did Godley and Creme split?

Godley & Creme said that they were getting bored of this constant roll we were on – hit single, new album, world tour, etc. They wanted to go and do their own thing and hence the three LP CONSEQUENCES, which unfortunately didn’t do very well.

Who wrote the song I’m not in love?

Eric Stewart
Graham Gouldman
I’m Not In Love/Composers

Who sang Tell Laura I Love Her song?

Ricky Valance
Tell Laura I Love Her/Artists

When did the song I’m not in love come out?

I’m Not In Love/Released

Are 10cc still performing?

Godley and Creme quit the band in 1976 due to artistic disagreements and became a duo act. Stewart left the band in 1995. Since 1999, Gouldman has led a touring version of 10cc….

Genres Art rock art pop progressive pop soft rock progressive rock
Years active 1972–1983; 1991–1995, 1999–present

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