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3 stars Another very clever studio album by 10cc. Following hard on the heals of the highly successful ' Original Soundtrack ' album ' How Dare You' maintained the band's credibility in delivering consistently good material.The title track opens up with a bang and get's usual 10cc messages across. They remind me of the band Caravan in a way when it comes to lyrics. There is also no denying their similarities to the Beatles or should we say you can hear the Beatles strong influence on this band particularly on ' How Dare You'. ' I want to rule the world' is another great track, as is ' Iceberg' and the commercial ' Art for art's sake'. The classic four piece lineup of Godley/Creme/Gouldman and Stewart continued even though even at this midpoint of the 1970's there were already rumours abounding about conflict within the band.Good, but not necessarily essential. The diehard 10cc fan will already have this but not a bad place to start discovering the band if their music is new to you.
Chris S | 3/5 |


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