Mostly Credited As: 10cc
Sometimes Credited As: 10CC
Date Of Birth: 1972
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: Stockport, England
Date Of Death: 1995
10CC were an English pop group from the UK. They formed in 1972 with four members; Eric Stewart, Graham Gouldman, Kevin Godley & Lol Creme. After only four years Godley & Creme left to form their own duo and the remaining two went on a nine year hiatus from 1983 to 1992, and after three more years, split up in 1995. 10CC are most remembered for their song "I'm Not In Love", "Dreadlock Holiday" and "Rubber Bullets".
Associated Acts: Hotlegs, Godley & Creme and Doctor Father.
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Group's Name: It was a rumor that the group's name 10CC is from the average amount of semen ejaculated by a male human, however in an interview Jonathan King, the group's manager, said this is not correct. Jonathan King has stated that he got the groups name from a dream. In the dream he saw a banner stating "10CC, the best band in the world" and that is where he got the name.
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