10 from 6

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10 from 6
Greatest hits album by Bad Company
Released December 1985 (1985-12)[1]
Recorded 1973–1982
Genre Hard rock
Length 46:50[1]
Label Atlantic
Producer Bad Company[2]
Bad Company chronology
Rough Diamonds
(August 1982)
10 from 6
(December 1985)
Fame and Fortune
(October 1986)

10 from 6 is a compilation album released by British supergroup Bad Company in December 1985[1] on Atlantic Records label. All the songs on the album were previously released on Swan Song Records, a record label begun by Led Zeppelin in 1974. The title refers to the album's 10 songs taken from the six albums Bad Company had recorded to that time, though no songs from Burnin' Sky appear in the album.

Track listing[edit]

Side One
No. Title Original Album Length
1. "Can't Get Enough" (Mick Ralphs) Bad Company 4:16
2. "Feel Like Makin' Love" (Paul Rodgers, Ralphs) Straight Shooter 5:14
3. "Run with the Pack" (Rodgers) Run with the Pack 5:24
4. "Shooting Star" (Rodgers) Straight Shooter 6:18
5. "Movin' On" (Ralphs) Bad Company 3:23
Side Two
No. Title Original Album Length
1. "Bad Company" (Rodgers, Simon Kirke) Bad Company 4:50
2. "Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy" (Rodgers) Desolation Angels 3:19
3. "Electric Land" (Rodgers) Rough Diamonds 5:29
4. "Ready for Love" (Ralphs) Bad Company 5:02
5. "Live for the Music" (Ralphs) Run with the Pack 3:49

Personnel[edit]

Per liner notes[2][3]

Certifications[edit]

Country Provider Certification
(sales thresholds)
United Kingdom[4] BPI Gold
United States[5] RIAA 2x Platinum

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Stephen Thomas Erlewine. "10 from 6 - Bad Company : Overview". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 24 November 2010. 
  2. ^ a b 10 from 6 (CD liner). Bad Company. United States: Atlantic Records. 1985. pp. 2, 3. 81625-2. 
  3. ^ Bad Company (Vinyl sleeve). Bad Company. Island Records. 1974. back cover. 
  4. ^ "Certified Awards Search" (ASPX). British Phonographic Industry. Archived from the original on 4 July 2011. Retrieved 6 July 2011. 
  5. ^ "Gold & Platinum Searchable Database" (PHP). Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved 6 July 2011.