SLEEVE: NM MEDIA: NM YEAR: 1978 ORIGIN: Japan EXTRAS: Obi & inserts
'Bloody Tourists' is the sixth studio album by the English rock band 10cc, released in 1978. Recorded at Strawberry Studios South in Dorking, the album was produced by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman. The album is the first 10cc studio album to feature the band as a six piece.
The new line-up 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. The band was also solidified with song writing and lead vocals contributions from other members than the core duo of Stewart and Gouldman, however it was also the first 10cc album to feature songs written separately by Stewart and Gouldman. This version is remastered and includes a bonus track 'Nothing Can Move Me'.