8-8-12 10cc (after-market)
C&W legend Webb Pierce born 1926, rapper Kool Moe Dee born 1962
CD CHANGING FACES (Collection) POLYDOR JPN P33P-20144 1988 16 TRK Collection, with Godley & Crème
CD THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE, THE (Collection) MERCURY JPN PHCA-3015 1990 15 TRK Collection, Japan-only
CD MEANWHILE POLYDOR JPN POCP-1221 1992 10 TRKS Japanese pressing
CD5 WELCOME TO PARADISE POLYDOR UK PZCD 218 1992 3 TRK CD Single
CD FOOD FOR THOUGHT (Collection) SPECTRUM DE 550004.2 1993 14 TRK Collection (70’s/80’s recordings)
CD KING BISCUIT FLOWER HOUR PRESENTS – IN CONCERT BMG US 88003.2 1995 11 TRKS Live, Santa Monica, CA 11/11/75
CD MIRROR MIRROR CUTTING EDGE JPN CTCR-13033 1995 15 TRKS Japanese pressing
CD5 READY TO GO HOME ZYX DE ZYX 7822.8 1995 3 TRK CD Single CD5
CD VERY BEST OF MERCURY UK 534612.2 1997 18 TRK Collection, with Godley & Crème, Hotlegs etc. – re-mastered
CD MILLENNIUM COLLECTION MERCURY US 548237.2 2002 11 TRK Collection
CD DRESSED TO KILL (Collection) SPECTRUM UK 544534.2 2002 16 TRK Collection (70’s recordings)
DVD FROM THE FRONT ROW…LIVE! (DVD-A) SILVERLINE US 288159.9 2003 11 TRKS DVD-Audio
I was late to the game, with my 10cc listening. I was probably always more of a Godley & Crème fan, actually. As I never did the 10cc albums in ‘real time’, I was a lot less picky, when it came to collections; it never mattered to me whether or not the collection featured the early days / latter days of the band.
So this is a list of everything I have post-their 2nd ‘Greatest Hits’ album. What an odd collection of collections, for the most part. Yes, some of them are of ‘the old band” (with Godley & Crème), while some are straight “Greatest Hits” – but they always seemed to have slightly differing tracks.
And live albums! Yes, there was an ‘original’ live album, but it was a bit too late. The live albums one can find today are reasonably interesting, and now usually with the initial incarnation of the band.
I do not have as much stuff as I could, either. I have never particularly followed their solo records, unless one counts Godley & Crème albums. But there are some of those, admittedly not post-’88.