10cc ‎– How Dare You!

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9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 9102 501 UK 1975 Sell This Version
7109 201 10cc How Dare You!(Cass, Album) Mercury 7109 201 Netherlands 1975 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 6310 501 Australia 1975 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 New Zealand 1975 Sell This Version
HV-NLP-3005 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Unofficial) HV (2) HV-NLP-3005 Taiwan 1975 Sell This Version
7711 501 10cc How Dare You!(8-Trk, Album) Mercury 7711 501 UK 1976 Sell This Version
MC8-1-1061 10cc How Dare You!(8-Trk, Album, Dol) Mercury MC8-1-1061 US 1976 Sell This Version
7231 301 10cc How Dare You!(Cass, Album) Mercury 7231 301 UK 1976 Sell This Version
7109 201 10cc How Dare You!(Cass, Album) Mercury 7109 201 Germany 1976 Sell This Version
7109 201 10cc How Dare You!(Cass, Album) Mercury 7109 201 Netherlands 1976 Sell This Version
7109 201 10cc How Dare You!(Cass, Album) Mercury 7109 201 Scandinavia 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP) Mercury 6310 501 Greece 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 Scandinavia 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Philips 9102 501 Canada 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 Ireland 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 Norway 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 South Africa 1976 Sell This Version
MIP-1-9316 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury MIP-1-9316 Canada 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 A 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 6310 501 A Netherlands 1976 Sell This Version
URLP-311-94 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Uranya Record URLP-311-94 Malaysia 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album) Mercury 9102 501 Austria 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 6310 501 Netherlands 1976 Sell This Version
RJ-7070, 9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury, Mercury RJ-7070, 9102 501 Japan 1976 Sell This Version
9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 9102 501 France 1976 Sell This Version
RJ-7070 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury RJ-7070 Japan 1976 Sell This Version
6310501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 6310501 Spain 1976 Sell This Version
SRM-1-1061 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Pit) Mercury SRM-1-1061 US 1976 Sell This Version
SRM-1-1061 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, San) Mercury SRM-1-1061 US 1976 Sell This Version
SRM-1-1061 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, Ter) Mercury SRM-1-1061 US 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, gat) Mercury 6310 501 Germany 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, gat) Mercury 6310 501 Germany 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You(LP, Album) Philips 6310 501 Turkey 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 6310 501 Greece 1976 Sell This Version
6310 501 A 10cc How Dare You(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury 6310 501 A Italy 1976 Sell This Version
PRICE 60 , 9102 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE) Mercury, Mercury PRICE 60 , 9102 501 UK 1983 Sell This Version
17PP-6 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE) Mercury 17PP-6 Japan 1983 Sell This Version
836 949-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE) Mercury 836 949-2 Europe 1989 Sell This Version
23PD-115 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE) Mercury 23PD-115 Japan 1989 Sell This Version
PHCR-6033 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE) Mercury PHCR-6033 Japan 1991 Sell This Version
PHCR-4232 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE) Mercury PHCR-4232 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mercury 534 975-2 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
A-215 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, Unofficial) Agat Company Ltd. A-215 Russia 1997 Sell This Version
PHCR-4418 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mercury PHCR-4418 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
TCCCD 02010103 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (10cc) TCCCD 02010103 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
UICY-9174 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap) Mercury UICY-9174 Japan 2001 Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RM) Mercury 534 975-2 Ukraine 2005 Sell This Version
UICY-93815 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM) Mercury UICY-93815 Japan 2008 Sell This Version
UICY-25356 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM) Mercury UICY-25356 Japan 2013 Sell This Version
MOVLP785 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE, 180) Music On Vinyl, Mercury MOVLP785 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
00602557054828, 5705482 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE) Mercury, Mercury 00602557054828, 5705482 Europe 2016 Sell This Version
836 949-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE) Mercury 836 949-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mercury 534 975-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Mercury 534 975-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) Mercury 534 975-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
UICY-9174 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial, Pap) Mercury (2) UICY-9174 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
836 949-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RE, RP) Mercury 836 949-2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
534 975-2 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, RM, Unofficial) Mercury (2) 534 975-2 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
none 10cc How Dare You!(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label none Unknown Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE) Mercury 6310 501 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
6310 501 10cc How Dare You!(LP, Album, RE) Mercury 6310 501 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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streetmouse

streetmouse

October 3, 2016
referencing How Dare You!, LP, Album, Gat, 6310501

BASICS: 10CC, Steely Dan, Hunter Thompson ... I put the three of these in the same class ... and as I think about it, I might want to throw Frank Zappa in that mix as well. 10 CC are extremely brilliant, seem completely natural, unpretentious in the development and execution of their art, and they have a way of bending words that brings on a big “Ah Ha ...” Once you hear what they have to say, you are left wondering why you weren’t able to have seen or said things in such a cinematic manner ... it’s all about the word play, and there are fewer things finer in music or literature then that.

Probably the biggest problems, if one can call it a problem is that there were no less then two really strong writing teams within the ranks of 10CC ... those being Kevin Godley and Lol Creme [and] Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman. The first half of the team took a very artsy, and as I said, cinematic view of the music, while latter were more straight forward in their approach to pop music. Non of these people could be considered a ‘flash in the pan’ in any manner ... Eric Stewart had been a member and writer for Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders and had a super hit with “The Game Of Love,” “A Groovy Kind Of Love” and several other songs. Gouldman succeeded in knocking out the world by writing both “For Your Love” and “Heart Full Of Soul” for the Yardbirds [remember Eric Claption and Jimmy Page], the songs “Bus Stop” and “Look Through Any Window” for The Hollies [and of course you remember Graham Nash from CS&N] and he even wrote two hits for the group Herman’s Hermits. They were also part of, if I may put it this way, a music factory, who turned out one hit after bubble gum and pop hit after another. The point being, that individually, these guys had tremendous street credits, all it took was for them to merge their talents and take the world by storm.

10 CC are nothing short of astounding, I’ve written at length regarding their muscis and the band previously ... let me suffice to say that this is a brilliant release, "Deceptive Bends" is every bit as lyrically cleaver and demanding musically as anything they have done in the past.

When this album came out it was on my turntable all of the time. The music strikes chord deep inside that let me feel as if this album had always been playing in the background of my life, it was only when I was able to hold the record jacket in my hands that I was able to realize this.

Though through the years I’ve narrowed the scope of the album to about six of the stellar songs, that decision in no way diminishes the strength and timeless fell you will find in these songs.

Review by Jenell Kesler
streetmouse

streetmouse

October 3, 2016
referencing How Dare You!, LP, Album, Gat, 6310501

Probably the biggest problems, if one can call it a problem is that there were no less then two really strong writing teams within the ranks of 10CC ... those being Kevin Godley and Lol Creme [and] Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman. The first half of the team took a very artsy, and as I said, cinematic view of the music, while latter were more straight forward in their approach to pop music. Non of these people could be considered a ‘flash in the pan’ in any manner ... Eric Stewart had been a member and writer for Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders and had a super hit with “The Game Of Love,” “A Groovy Kind Of Love” and several other songs. Gouldman succeeded in knocking out the world by writing both “For Your Love” and “Heart Full Of Soul” for the Yardbirds [remember Eric Claption and Jimmy Page], the songs “Bus Stop” and “Look Through Any Window” for The Hollies [and of course you remember Graham Nash from CS&N] and he even wrote two hits for the group Herman’s Hermits. They were also part of, if I may put it this way, a music factory, who turned out one hit after bubble gum and pop hit after another. The point being, that individually, these guys had tremendous street credits, all it took was for them to merge their talents and take the world by storm.
When this album came out I couldn't play it enough. It was the freshest piece of material I'd heard in years, they have arrived with this release. Buy the CD, not the greatest hits for this one, it needs to be played as a conceptual piece.

Of primary importance is the song ‘Mandy’, a fresh trippy adventure “Down The Rabbit Hole,” or as in this song, “Into The Poster.” It involves a guy eyeing a travel advertisement poster, and starring out at him is an airline stewardess, with a “fly with me smile”, flanked by an image of a huge silver plane. And before he knows it, he’s in the poster and on the plane...the plane is flying over the ocean, Mandy is the most perfect beautiful woman he’s ever encountered, she’s serving his every airline need, and he’s fallen head over heals in love with her. But then, as in life, tragedy strikes, driving us all to self preservation; all that is except for Mandy, who does what all perfect beautiful stewardesses do...she saves this guy and the passengers as the plane plunges into the ocean, and then she fends off the sharks before she forever goes under. When our gent snaps too, he’s standing in front of the travel poster as he was at the beginning of the song, only now he’s soaking wet with salt water, trying to tell his friends about his adventure and how the woman from the poster had saved his life. His friends shake their heads telling him it’s all a dream, but he knows better, IT WAS REAL. He had found true love and lost it all in an instant, what a perfect metaphor for life by this wonderful group, 10cc.

This won’t be the last surprise on this record, the only surprise is whatever happened to 10cc, who seem to have disappeared as mysteriously as Mandy.

10cc set out to make perfection and on this release have achieved it, ‘Art For Art Sake’ are nothing less then a master pieces of fine guitar work, interwoven stories, a great back beat and a simple bass to take you away crisply and cleanly. It was a fine retreat from the heavy metal of Led Zeppelin, Linyard Skinyard and such that were dominating the airwaves at the time.

And did I mention ‘Rock N Roll Lullaby’ it could only have come from the demented heads of 10cc. Enjoy this one...

Review by Jenell Kesler
musicmatic

musicmatic

November 2, 2011
referencing How Dare You!, LP, Album, Ter, SRM-1-1061
"How dare you!" was the first _complete_ album I ever bought in my life. In 1976 I only had a cassette player and I had to order the cassette version. Nevertheless this one was played in the morning and in the evening.
Still my favourite 10cc album.
But what is it? It's not just "Soft Pop", it's advanced pop music with an very intelligent approach. Not sophisticated (like "The Original Soundtrack"), but complex, and mostly easy-minded at the same time. Nice pop melodies mixes up with some kind of overwhelming drama ("I'm Mandy Fly Me"), irritating funk grooves were interrupted by lots of voices ("I Wanna Rule The World", "Art For Art's Sake"), BeBop-like notes goes Pop ("Iceberg") and lots of more ideas. Every song seems to be some kind of a little head movie. Timeless.
Anyway, the only song I don't like is "Rock n Roll Lullaby".