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10cc and Godley & Creme - Greatest Hits and More - UK Version

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Changing Faces – The Very Best of 10cc and Godley & Creme was the first compilation that included all the hits from 10cc and Godley & Creme. The album featured sixteen tracks including a remixed version of "Snack Attack" by Godley & Creme, that originally featured on their 1981 album Ismism. The track was also issued as a single with an edit of "Wet Rubber Soup" from The History Mix Volume 1 on the B-side. The single failed to chart. The album was very successful in the UK reaching No.4 and achieving platinum status - selling over 300,000 copies, and was the catalyst to Polydor conducting market research to see if the public would welcome a new album from the band. The results were ...Meanwhile

The Video[edit]
Following on from the success of the album, a compilation of videos was assembled and released in 1988. Because many of the early singles didn't have promo films available, the track listing differed from the album.

10cc "Dreadlock Holiday" (Promo)
10cc "The Wall Street Shuffle" (Live)
Godley & Creme "A Little Piece of Heaven" (Promo)
Godley & Creme "Wedding Bells" (Promo)
10cc "The Things We Do For Love" (Promo)
10cc "Good Morning Judge" (Promo)
Godley & Creme "Golden Boy" (Promo)
10cc "I'm Mandy, Fly Me" (Promo)
10cc "Feel The Love" (Promo)
10cc "I'm Not in Love" (Live)
Godley & Creme – History Mix – featuring "Cry" (Battered Version, minus Lol Creme's unusual shrieking screaming high falsetto vocal ending in a freak-out manner) (Various clips of the promos directed by and featuring them and 10cc)
The video has since been repackaged as the companion to the "Greatest Hits ... And More" compilation from 2006, available as a DVD.

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