|Studio album by 10cc|
|Recorded||1972 at Strawberry Studios in Stockport|
|Label||UK (original release)
Mercury (1982 reissue)
Repertoire (2000 German CD reissue)
|Singles from 10cc|
10cc is the debut album by British rock band 10cc. It was recorded at Strawberry Studios in Stockport, which was part-owned by guitarist and engineer Eric Stewart, and released on Jonathan King's UK Records [No: UKAL 1005] label. The album reached No.36 in the UK.
Three of its five singles reached the Top 10 in the UK charts, including "Rubber Bullets", which hit No.1. The closing track, "Fresh Air for My Mama", was a reworking of "You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think of It", the B-side of 1970s "Neanderthal Man", an international hit by the band under its former name of Hotlegs.
Some versions of the album have an altered running order.
- "Johnny, Don't Do It" (Kevin Godley, Lol Creme, Graham Gouldman) – 3:36
- "Sand in My Face" (Godley, Creme, Gouldman) – 3:36
- "Donna" (Godley, Creme) – 2:53
- "The Dean and I" (Godley, Creme) – 3:03
- "Headline Hustler" (Gouldman, Eric Stewart) – 3:31
- "Speed Kills" (Stewart, Godley, Creme, Gouldman) – 3:47
- "Rubber Bullets" (Godley, Creme, Gouldman) – 5:15
- "The Hospital Song" (Godley, Creme) – 2:41
- "Ships Don't Disappear in the Night (Do They?)" (Gouldman, Stewart) – 3:04
- "Fresh Air for My Mama" (Godley, Creme, Stewart)– 3:04
2010 Japanese Reissue SHM-CD includes three bonus tracks
- "Hot Sun Rock"
- "4% Of Something"
- Eric Stewart – lead electric guitar, slide guitar, moog synthesizer, vocals
- Graham Gouldman – bass, acoustic guitar, dobro guitar, electric guitar, tambourine, vocals
- Lol Creme – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, grand piano, synthesizer, mellotron, percussion, vocals
- Kevin Godley – drums, percussion, vocals