'In February 1975 (10cc) announced they had signed with Mercury Records for US$1 million. The catalyst for the deal was one song – "I'm Not in Love". Eric Stewart recalled: “At that point in time we were still on Jonathan King's label, but struggling. We were absolutely skint, the lot of us, we were really struggling seriously, and Philips Phonogram wanted to do a deal with us. They wanted to buy Jonathan King's contract. I rang them. I said come and have a listen to what we've done, come and have a listen to this track. And they came up and they freaked, and they said "This is a masterpiece. How much money, what do you want? What sort of a contract do you want? We'll do anything, we'll sign it". On the strength of that one song, we did a five-year deal with them for five albums and they paid us a serious amount of money.'
TVD Victory Lap, Week 2 kicks off with five from 10cc:
10cc - Silly Love (Mp3)
10cc - I'm Not In Love (Mp3)
10cc - I'm Mandy Fly Me (Mp3)
10cc - The Things We Do For Love (Mp3)
10cc - For You And I (Mp3)