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    10cc was a British rock band formed in 1972 in Manchester, England. The band consisted of four members: Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Lol Creme, and Kevin Godley. 10cc is best known for their innovative pop rock music and the use of elaborate sound effects and musical arrangements in their recordings.

    The band’s name was a play on words, referring both to the amount of semen produced in a single ejaculation and the volume of sound they wanted to produce in their music. They released their first single, “Donna,” in 1972, which became a hit in the UK. The success of this single paved the way for the release of their self-titled debut album, “10cc,” in 1973.

    10cc’s biggest commercial success came with the release of their album “The Original Soundtrack” in 1975, which reached number two in the UK charts and sold over two million copies worldwide. The album featured the hit single “I’m Not in Love,” which became one of the band’s signature songs and is considered one of the greatest pop songs of all time. The song’s intricate harmonies and innovative use of the Mellotron, an electronic keyboard, set it apart from other pop songs of the time.

    Throughout their career, 10cc continued to release critically acclaimed albums and had numerous hit singles, including “Art for Art’s Sake,” “The Things We Do for Love,” and “Dreadlock Holiday.” They also experimented with different musical styles, incorporating elements of progressive rock, jazz, and reggae into their music.

    In 1983, the band split up, with the members pursuing individual careers in music. However, 10cc reunited briefly in the 1990s for a reunion tour and the release of a new album, “Mirror Mirror.” Despite the break-up of the band, the music of 10cc continues to be popular and is considered a classic example of 1970s pop rock.

    In conclusion, 10cc was a groundbreaking band that pushed the boundaries of pop music and introduced new musical elements and techniques to the genre. Their music continues to be celebrated and influential to this day, and they will always be remembered as one of the greatest pop rock bands of all time.

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