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10cc is an English rock band from Manchester that was formed in 1972. The band was formed by Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart, who had previously worked together in the 1960s. The two were joined by Lol Creme, Kevin Godley and Stewart's brother, David.

10cc was known for their unique blend of art rock and progressive rock, and the band's albums featured a range of styles, from acoustic ballads to hard rock. The band's first two albums, 10cc (1973) and Sheet Music (1974), featured a mixture of styles, including art-rock, pop and progressive rock. The albums also featured their hit single "Rubber Bullets".

In 1975, 10cc released the album The Original Soundtrack, which featured their first UK number one single, "I'm Not in Love". This album was a critical and commercial success, and established the band's reputation for complex songwriting and production.

The band's follow-up album, How Dare You! (1976), featured the hit single "The Things We Do for Love". This album also featured the band's signature sound, a combination of art-rock and pop.

The band's later albums, Deceptive Bends (1977) and Bloody Tourists (1978), featured more of the band's signature sound, as well as a range of styles, from reggae and ska to progressive rock.

The band released their last studio album in 1983, Windows in the Jungle. This album featured their last UK top ten single, "Food for Thought".

10cc's most notable songs include "Rubber Bullets", "I'm Not in Love", "The Things We Do for Love", and "Food for Thought".

An interesting fact about 10cc is that the band was originally called "Hotlegs", but this name was changed when the band signed with their record label.