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Hotlegs - 1970 - Thinks School Stinks

Hotlegs was a short-lived English pop band best known for its hit single "Neanderthal Man" in 1970. The band consisted of Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley, Lol Creme and – briefly – Graham Gouldman. According to Eric Stewart, in the 2009 BBC 'The Record Producers' radio documentary, the band's name came about because "there was a lovely girl at the time, a receptionist called Kathy, and she used to wear these hot pants, and we always used to call her "hot legs", and so we thought we'll call the group Hotlegs". Thinks: School Stinks is the first album released by Hotlegs. The album, featuring the band's hit single "Neanderthal Man", was recorded at Strawberry Studios in Stockport near Manchester and engineered by the studio's co-owners, Eric Stewart and Peter Tattersall. The cover, designed by Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, depicted a scratched school desk, a concept that was repeated two years later on School's Out by Alice Cooper. The album was released in some countries with an alternative cover. In 1972 the band was relaunched as 10cc.

01 - Neanderthal Man
02 - How Many Times
03 - Desperate Dan
04 - Take Me Back
05 - Um Wah, Um Woh
06 - Suite F.A.
        1st Movement - On My Way
        2nd Movement - Indecision
        3rd Movement - The Return

07 - Fly Away
08 - Run Baby Run
09 - All God's Children

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