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Windows In The Jungle (plus 7 Bonus Tracks) Extra tracks, Import

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  • Audio CD (3 July 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Universal / Rock Legend
  • ASIN: B000FDF2AK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 897,937 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10cc's 9th studio album (1983) is a decent valedictory effort as Gouldman and Stewart demonstrate the sort of form generally lacking since 1977's 'Deceptive Bends. '24 Hours' is a superb 8 minute opener which is reminiscent of 'Feel The Benefit' in its construction. 'Feel The Love' is a catchy reggae-style number whilst 'City Lights' is well crafted and 'Working Girls' is the catchiest of all the uptempo songs. With the gifted saxophonist Mel Collins adding some dazzling bursts of sophistication on saxophone, this is a surprisingly good collection of songs. Amongst the Bonus content is the excellent 'The Secret Life of Henry' - a track which should probably have found its way onto this album rather than appearing as a 'B' side. Well worth investing in this at a decent price.
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I bought the 1983 album Windows In The Jungle by 10cc,This is an album that was under-rated when it was released and contained some of the best songs that were composed by the duo. Highlights include, 24 Hours, Americana Panorama, Working Girls & Taxi!Taxi!, if more people would hear these songs I think they'd be pleasantly surprised by the quality of the music that the band created, even though it wasn't a hit. Have a listen and enjoy some of the best 10cc songs, Ever
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Their last and to my ears its the best Album. I have the LP as well and its been faithfully transferred to CD. Fabulous recording with the brightness you expect from 10cc and the precision of a machine. Highly developed music with a touch of nostalgia, from a time when you could still hear the words and hum the tunes.
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A truly 10cc album. Brings back the early eighties into focus once again. Whilst this is not strictly a singles album. It holds together very well as a collective. Having owned a few of their albums in the past, this does stand the test of time very well as a complete set of songs. The additional tracks are bonus for those who may only have these on vinyl. Having been watching for its UK digital release for some time now. It is a welcome purchase. I can now dispose of the chrome cassette, which sadly got a little mangled in the car.
A Great album indeed.
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I missed this album when it was released in the early 1980s but it is well worth buying. Some great tracks on it with Americana Panarama a real favourite. Graham Gouldman & Eric Stewart produced some great stuff and this is probably an overlooked gem in my opinion.
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I've been listening to the lesser albums recently which I have neglected for some time. This is the best of the later albums by a very long way. It's a solid collection of well written songs. It doesn't matter that there aren't any hit songs. It's a fan's album and 10cc have done an excellent job in producing a very consistent work. 24 Hours is superb but there are quite a few others to choose from. Most bands would give anything to produce an album this good so I'm happy to give it a 4. I'd like to give a 5 but it does fall short of the achievements of the earlier albums. Highly recommended.
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By D. J. H. Thorn VINE VOICE on 23 April 2012
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10cc were chart history by the time they made this album; they blew it on 1980's 'Look Hear', although the next generation of pop fans were looking for something new anyway. 'Windows In The Jungle' is, however, not the work of a band going through the motions. Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman retained some of the old band but concentrated once more on their own material. Perhaps more surprisingly, 'Windows' suggests that they were striving more for something as ambitious as Godley and Creme's 'Une Nuit A Paris' rather than an album of potential hits.

Both '24 Hours' and 'Taxi! Taxi!' are around eight minutes long. The former depicts a day in the rat race, a sort of 'Dark Side Of The Moon' writ small and, of course, not as dark. The single, 'Feel The Love', might have made a dent in the charts a few years earlier; it was yet another tilt at a reggae-inspired song. The other, shorter tracks also show Stewart and Gouldman still buoyant and this disc comes with a generous helping of bonus tracks although most of it is familiar material, 'The Secret Life Of Henry' being the most interesting of the bunch. This album is well worth acquiring if you like any of the post Godley and Creme music.
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Although 10cc will not be remembered for this album, it is a good one, with clever lyrics, and some very good tunes, especially 24 Hours. I advise anyone who buys this album, listen to 24 hours a few good times, cos it is a grower. Once you had heard it a few times, you will soon realise it is one of the best songs 10cc ever did. If it one thing this album lacks is a song that is hit material. And because of this, it was not successful. Great shame.
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