13.You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think of It
14.Neanderthal Man (US Stereo Mix)
Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the solo album from this '60s British band who eventually became 10cc. Thanks to the novelty hit nature of the million-selling single 'Neanderthal Man', little attention was paid at the time to the other recordings cut by pre-10cc act Hotlegs. That's a shame, because the album Hotlegs Thinks: School Stinks was a veritable smorgasbord of turn-of-the-decade studio pop moves that deserves to be considered alongside the heavyweights of the era. With its roots in the aborted 1969 Frabjoy & Runcible Spoon (aka Kevin Godley & Lol Creme) album for Giorgio Gomelsky's Marmalade label, the Hotlegs LP was a daringly ambitious creation, peaking on the White Album-era McCartneyish ballads 'Take Me Back' and 'Today', the equally beautiful, Beach Boys-inspired 'All God's Children' and the sumptuous, 13 minute song suite 'On My Way/Indecision/The Return' ("our version of Side Two of Abbey Road", according to Godley).