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  10cc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
10cc is a British pop band who achieved their greatest commercial success during the 1970s.
The video for their 1985 single "Cry" is especially notable as one of the first mainstream uses of image morphing technology.
In 1977 10cc embarked on an international tour with guitarist Rick Fenn, keyboardist Tony O'Malley and drummer Stuart Tosh (ex-Pilot) and recorded a live album, Live And Let Live (1977), which mixed the hits with material from the previous three LPs.
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The four original members of 10cc are tight-lipped about a particular period during their early days, and not because they feel it's rude to chew gum with their mouths open.
Comparisons to the Beatles proved to be both accurate and ironic for it was the Beatles whom Eric Stewart's first group, The Emperors Of Rhythm, beat in a BBC audition in 1962.
It was also the Beatles who rejected 10cc in an audition for Apple records ten years later (although it appears that it was a mop-top underling).
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 VH1.com : 10cc : Artist Main
Deriving their name from the metric total of semen ejaculated by the average male, the tongue-in-cheek British art-pop band 10cc comprised an all-star roster of Manchester-based musicians: vocalist/guitarist Graham Go...
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