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Comment: INT'L AIR: 7 to 15 WORKING DAYS. NEW LP VINYL SEALED - ORIGINAL 1984 CBS # 39336 - Jacket Has Drill Hole - 10 Songs 1. Run Runaway 2. My Oh My 3. High and Dry 4. Slam the Hammer Down 5. In the Doghouse 6. Keep Your Hands off My Power Supply 7. Cheap 'N' Nasty Luv 8. Can't Tame a Hurricane 9. (And Now the Waltz) C'Est la Vie 10. Ready to Explode: The Warm Up/The Grid/The Race/The Dream
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One of Britain’s most popular and enduring bands, Slade exuded pure unadulterated fun. Lauded by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Alice Cooper and Ritchie Blackmore among other luminaries, they’ve been described as “the missing link between the Beatles and Oasis” – the latter, of course, having covered Cum On Feel The Noize and Merry Xmas ... Read more in Amazon's Slade Store

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  • Vinyl
  • Format: Import
  • Label: CBS ASSOC.
  • ASIN: B000W4945G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
great great rockin' album 8 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
what a great comeback by Slade, roaring guitars, roaring choruses and Noddy Holder's great raspy voice. Rockin' highlights include: Slam the Hammer Down, In the Doghouse, Keep Your Hands off My Power Supply, & Ready to Explode. also has two great ballads: My Oh My & C'est La Vie. great album!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Feel good tune. 9 Feb. 2007
By Travis Palfreyman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I still love pulling out my old cassette from high school and listening. Run Runaway is a Great, feel good tune, the drums at the start are incredible on a good sound system. If you like hard rock ballads like Sister Christian by Night Ranger, you'll love My Oh My. The other songs are hit and miss, and I agree with another review, probably not worth the high price here.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Guiltiest of guilty pleasures 11 Dec. 2007
By J. C Clark - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I saw Slade at the Felt Forum in Madison Square Garden in about 74, with a band called Aerosmith as opening act. Noddy and the boys just blew them away. What a show--I was exhilarated and exhausted. I like to think of myself as a pretty staid guy, (as you will see if you read my other reviews) whose taste doesn't go to much rock and roll, and if there, I like more sophisticated and skilled stuff like Richard Thompson and The Who. But wow, Slade knew how to rock, and this album, a return after several years of lesser material, was exploding dynamite.

It is not perfect. But it's close. That whole "Ready to Explode" stuff is so silly even I cannot bear it. With simple-minded songs and boom-boom tunes, if they don't work, boy they don't work. But the rest is utterly knock out rock and roll, visceral and pungent that absolutely prevents you from sitting still. I am almost ashamed to admit this is on my favorite LPs list, as it is sexist, rude, vulgar, coarse, raw and insulting. Certainly in Roger Kimball's causes of the end of civilization Slade would be near the top of his list. Yet I love them. Can't be in a bad mood with this stuff blaring.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
They were big before we got them 6 Dec. 2007
By QZephyr - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Slade was huge in the UK before we could get any radio play in the states. A pity too because they had some great songs. This album was my first Slade and I immediately bought it on CD when it was released. To say it strayed from their style is no different than any other band's progression. Don't tell me you think the early Beatles sounded like the later Beatles. I still get pumped up when I unexpectedly hear Run Runaway on the radio. I played this numerous times at my friends when we had parties, everyone got into it. When I got married in 2004 we selected My Oh My as one of our reception songs. I would like to see the original members reunite for a show or tour before it's too late. I would like to see that.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great for Ballads 13 Feb. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you enjoy ballads, you'll enjoy this album. My Oh My is an phenomenal song with Noddy Holder's electrifying voice complementing the piano playing of James Lea. C'est La Vie is another great ballad.
However, if you are looking for hardcore Slade music, you may want to stay clear of this album. Can't Tame a Hurricane is the only song that bears any resemblence to the Slade of old. In the Doghouse is awful and Ready to Explode never quite reaches the electrical potential of classic Slade.
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