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10cc - How Dare You!


Length:42min 10sec

Recorded:1975 at



Labels:Mercury Records




Categories:10Cc Albums · 1976 Albums · Album · Albums With Cover Art By Hipgnosis

10cc - How Dare You!

How Dare You! is often considered to be 10cc's finest album, and included UK hit singles "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art For Art's Sake".

Released in 1976, it was also the last 10cc album to feature the classic line-up of Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley, and Lol Creme, with the latter two departing to work on their own musical projects, and eventually becoming music video pioneers.

The album was the band's second to feature cover artwork by the Hipgnosis creative team.

In an interview at the time of its release, Gouldman told Melody Maker music newspaper: "It's as different as any album by the same band can be, and I think it's a progression from the last one.

I think there's been a progression on every album and I think we've done it again.

It's a strange mixture of songs.

There's one about divorce, a song about schizophrenia, a song about wanting to rule the world, the inevitable money song, and an instrumental." In a radio interview, Stewart recalled the origins of the song "I'm Mandy Fly Me":
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