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Bloody Tourists

a Studio release

Release Year: 1978

Date Label Catalog # Comments
1978 Mercury 9102 503
1997 Mercury 534 973-2 With Extra Track
This is a post-Godley-Creme release.
Roger Wake/Digital Remastering, Keith Bessey/Engineer, Graham Gouldman/Producer, Eric Stewart/Producer-Engineer-Mixing, 10cc/Arranger
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 12/1/2000 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 2/28/2017 8:55:00 PM by: DBSilver
  1. Dreadlock Holiday (4:28)
  2. For You & I (5:20)
  3. Take These Chains (2:36)
  4. Shock On The Tube (Don't Want Love) (3:38)
  5. Last Night (3:10)
  6. Anonymous Alcoholic (5:38)
  7. Reds In My Bed (4:04)
  8. Lifeline (3:26)
  9. Tokyo (4:29)
  10. Old Mister Time (4:27)
  11. From Rochdale To Ocho Rio (3:41)
  12. Everything You Wanted To know about!! (4:25)
Bonus Track on 1997 Reissue:
  1. Nothing Can Move Me (4:04)
Graham Gouldman
Organ, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Tambourine, Vocals
Duncan Mackay
Synthesizer, Piano, Violin, Keyboards, Vocals
Eric Stewart
Guitar, Piano, Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Vocals, Moog Synthesizer, Slide Guitar
Paul Burgess
Percussion, Conga, Drums, Glockenspiel, Marimba, Tambourine, Timbales, Triangle, Vocals, Bells, Drums, Vibraphone
Rick Fenn
Guitar, Vocals
Rick McCollum
Guitar, Bass, Saxophone, Tambourine, Vocals
Kate Spath
Tony Spath
Stuart Tosh
Percussion, Drums, Tambourine, Vocals, Bells

Reviewed by DBSilver on 01 Dec 2000

Is 10cc prog? Take the Art from Art-Rock and the Pop-From Pop-Rock and you have the style of Art/Pop - Home to 10cc. This CD has the classic Dreadlock Holidays - a not prog reggae tune that is infectious and funny..

Reviewed by Eric on 02 Dec 2003

I have never been a big fan of Dreadlock Holiday, but Reggae never interested me all that much either. Having said this, the song is fun and kicks off Bloody Tourists with an offbeat vibe. Unfortunately for a lot of people, after this and the following track For You And I, Bloody Tourists was dissapointing when compared to the previous Deceptive Bends LP. I agree somewhat as some of the material is rather lackluster compared to their earlier work, but the charm of 10cc for me was it always took several listens to each of their albums before I ‘got it’ and this album was no exception. There are hooks galore, witty lyricism typical of any 10cc record and it’s one I still play every few months, becoming one of my favorite albums in the groups catalog. Nice.