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I remember my sophmore year at U.C Santa Cruz taking my German Professor to the 10 CC concert.Boy,she and the band were fantastic...jawohl!!


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Win tickets to see 10CC! Last post by remember
18 July 2009

Do You Remember 10CC?

Do You Remember 10CC?

  • Anonymous user
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    I was mad keen on them back in the 1970's, but not "i'm not in love", yet it was their biggest hit. I find that a little sad, as so many, that did not delve into their music, may see that as them, and not know of the wackier side to their music. My favourite is "Une nuit a Paris", I always like a good story to a song, and a bit of lunacy never goes a miss.
  • Anonymous user
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    10 cc fab muscians they had already been in other realms of the music industry before, thats why they were so brill.lead singer Eric Stewart was my idol in the sixties I had a crush on him. he sung groovy kind of love.
  • Anonymous user
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    10 cc absolutely brilliant - I'm Mandy fly me - classic
  • Anonymous user
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    i agree with tony, 10cc were the most underrated band of the 70's. very imaginative and a major influence. their peak was quite short but the quality of the first four albums in particular set a new standard for the more intellectual music makers
  • Anonymous user
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    The two things I remember the most of 10cc were the songs "I'm not in Love" and "The Things we do for Love" and the story of how they got their name.
  • Anonymous user
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    In my opinion 10CC were the best rock band of the seventies, mainly because they had such an eclectic style and could produce contrasting styles. Their best albums being the Debut and 'How dare you!', my fave 10CC tracks being 'Marriage on the rocks'(Think thats the title) and 'Sandman', its a shame that some people label the band as being pop artists when in fact their excellent singles were only really a sideshow compared with their top-notch albums. Godley and Cremes post 10CC number 'Under your thumb' was an excellent haunting melody. Brilliant.
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    All I remember is... err... well what sticks in my mind is rubber bullets - those lyrics (we've all got balls and brains} and also "Donna" (you make me stand up). Times remembered...loads of em... Bobby Golsborro... Summer the first time... Honey ... wow mind blowing.