You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think of It


You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think of It

Infobox Album |
Name = You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think Of It
Type = Album
Artist = Hotlegs


Background = lightsteelblue
Released = 1976
Recorded = 1970-71
Genre = Rock
Length =
Label = Philips
Producer = Hotlegs
Reviews =
Last album = "" (1970)
This album = "You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think Of It"
(1976)

"You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think Of It" is an album by British pop group Hotlegs.

The album was released in 1976 after Hotlegs, a three-piece band from Stockport, near Manchester, had added a fourth member, Graham Gouldman, changed its name and achieved international chart success as 10cc.

The album was a revised version of Hotlegs' debut album, "", which had included the band's hit single "Neanderthal Man". "You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think Of It" was titled after "Neanderthal Man"'s B-side.

The title track had, in 1973, been reworked to form the basis of "Fresh Air For My Mama", the closing song on 10cc's debut album, "10cc".

"The Loser" had been the B-side of the 1971 single "Lady Sadie", while an additional track, "Today", had first been recorded by Kevin Godley and Lol Creme in 1969 under the band name of Frabjoy and the Runcible Spoon.

The album cover featured a drawing of the band by Godley and Creme.

Track listing

# "Um Wah, Um Woh" (Kevin Godley, Lol Creme, Eric Stewart) – 5:30
# "Today" (Godley, Creme)
# "You Didn't Like It Because You Didn't Think Of It" (Godley, Creme, Stewart)
# "Fly Away" (Godley, Creme) – 2:43
# "Run Baby Run" (Godley, Creme, Stewart) – 2:50
# "The Loser" (Godley, Creme Stewart)
# "Neanderthal Man" (Godley, Creme, Stewart) – 4:19
# "How Many Times" (Godley, Creme, Stewart) – 3:57
# "Desperate Dan" (Godley, Creme, Stewart) – 2:12
# "Take Me Back" (Godley, Creme) – 5:01
# "Lady Sadie" (Godley, Creme, Stewart)
# "Suite F.A." (Godley, Creme) – 12:53
#* 1st Movement – On My Way
#* 2nd Movement – Indecision
#* 3rd Movement – The Return

Personnel

* Lol Creme – guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, arranger
* Kevin Godley – drums, vocals, arranger
* Eric Stewart – guitar, bass, vocals, arranger
* Peter Tattersall – left handed boogey piano ("Desperate Dan")
* Mike Timoney – organ
* Rod Morton – on-beat tambourine "(Desperate Dan")
* Baz Barker – violin ("How Many Times")
* Ian Brookes – trumpet
* Mike Bell – saxophone
* Arranged and Conducted by Brian Day
* Cheadle Hulme High School Choir


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