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10cc - HOW DARE YOU!
How Dare You! is the fourth album by British band 10cc. Released in 1976, it included UK hit singles "I'm Mandy Fly Me" and "Art for Art's Sake". It was also the last 10cc album to feature the original 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 third to feature cover artwork by the Hipgnosis creative team.

10cc - HOW DARE YOU!

SKU: 101
£15.00Price
  • 10cc - HOW DARE YOU!

     

    MERCURY  |   9102 501

     

    A1           How Dare You                 

    A2           Lazy Ways                       

    A3           I Wanna Rule The World  

    A4           I'm Mandy Fly Me            

    A5           Iceberg                            

    B1           Art For Arts Sake             

    B2           Rock 'n' Roll Lullaby        

    B3           Head Room                     

    B4           Don't Hang Up                


    Format: 12", Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold

     

    Country: UK


    Released: 1976  |  Genre: Rock, Pop

    Media Condition  - Very Good Plus (VG+)
    Sleeve Condition - Very Good Plus (VG+)

  • We use the Goldmine Grading Guide which is considered to be the standard for record collectors worldwide:
    Mint | M Perfect in every way.
    NM or M- | Near Mint | Perfect in most ways.
    VG + | Very Good Plus | Amazing condition for age. Slightly used. Looked after. Very light scuffs and insignificant scratches. Cover, inners and labels have light wear.
    VG | Very Good | Excellent condition for age. Used often. Looked after. More scruffs and insignificant scratches. Cover, inners and labels have wear to be expected by age. Audio still amazing!
    G + | Good Plus | Good condition for age. Has some minor scratches and scuffs but plays well. More surface noise. Audio sounding a bit more vintage but still awsome!
    G | Good | Average condition for age. Scratched and scuffed. Significant surface noise. Still plays well. Audio slightly affected.

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