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more of an exaggerated tropical beat would probably have been the thing to send this track over the top. The album was reissued on CD in 1997 adding "Nothing Can Move Me", the b-side to " Dreadlock Holiday", as bonus track. Tracks: Dreadlock Holiday / For You And I / Take These Chains / Shock On The Tube (Don't Want Love) / Last Night / The Anonymous Alcoholic / Reds In My Bed / Life Line / Tokyo / Old Mister Time / From Rochdale To Ocho Rios / Everything You've Wanted To Know About! do so well is that some radio stations in America refused to play reggae of any kind, which could be true.

My least favourite song (not by its theme but by its genre) is the bluesy/funky "Anonymous Alcoholic". The point being, that individually, these guys had tremendous street credits, all it took was for them to merge their talents and take the world by storm. Recorded at Strawberry Studios South in Dorking, the album was produced by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman. Dreadlock Holiday” was the hit, and there are many out there who feel that this was a bit of a racist song .

highly compressed guitar sound, the spacious harmonies, instruments and sound effects emphasizing lyrics. Then contact your credit card company, it may take some time before your refund is officially posted. Bloody Tourists is the sixth studio album by the English rock band 10cc, released worldwide by Mercury Records and in North America by Polydor Records in September 1978.

This is not to say that “Bloody Tourists” does not have it’s high points, or its bright spots, because it does . Beatles-esque ballads ("For You And I") but their incredible and incomparable style is partially gone, I'm afraid. starts off with the 2nd attempt at a single "Reds in My Bed" co-written and co-sung by Tosh and Stewart. This re-issue faithfully replicates the original 1978 Mercury Records UK release with legendary Hipgnosis-designed gatefold sleeve and printed inner and is pressed onto high quality 180g vinyl. The first single " Dreadlock Holiday" b/w non album track "Nothing Can Move Me" preceded the album and topped the charts in several countries, including the United Kingdom, where it became the band's third and last number-one hit.The new lineup was already assembled for the tour in support of the band's previous album, Deceptive Bends, but changing Tony O'Malley for Duncan Mackay on the keyboards. Like many of their biggest hits, it remains a staple of radio programming and its parent album plays well.

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