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How Dare You


Download links and information about How Dare You by 10cc. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 41:50 minutes.

Artist: 10cc
Release date: 1976
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 9
Duration: 41:50
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No. Title Length
1. How Dare You 4:13
2. Lazy Ways 4:17
3. I Wanna Rule the World 3:56
4. I'm Mandy Fly Me 5:20
5. Iceberg 3:42
6. Art For Art's Sake 5:57
7. Rock'N'Roll Lullaby 3:57
8. Head Room 4:12
9. Don't Hang Up 6:16



10cc's fourth album, How Dare You, was the last to feature the original quartet. For a rock band, 10cc was a paragon of creative equilibrium. Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman brought to the band a tight-knit skill for songcraft, while Lol Crème and Kevin Godley added an eccentric flair and mischievousness that immediately differentiated the group from dozens of likeminded studio pop wizards of the '70s. Though 10cc would eventually split along those lines, the various songwriting partnerships within the quartet made How Dare You a masterpiece. The ambitious and wonderfully atypical pop music of “How Dare You,” “Head Room," and “Don’t Hang Up” is definitive Godley and Crème. When Gouldman and Stewart got together, the results more resembled Queen: punchy tunes that applied ethereal textures to a biting rock attack. Of course, the best songs came about when the group wasn't divided along party lines. “I Wanna Rule the World” and “I’m Mandy Fly Me” are a pair of group collaborations that call to mind The Beatles' studio-born grandeur and wit without being a hackneyed echo of the Fab Four.