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5.0 out of 5 stars A Lot more than just Christmas to this band, 14 Nov 2000
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This review is from: Nobody's Fools (Audio CD)
Possibly the last great album (although Whatever happened, and Kamikazi Syndrome are really good) by this bunch of Black country Glam rockers. The production is slick American, but the styles puesdo-disco, boogie and Reggae are all man handled in the usual Slade style. Although a departure from their quintessential Glam era rockers, slap it on your CD palyer and you can still feel the -slightly more melodic - noize!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars america influences slde and they branch out, 9 Nov 2001
This review is from: Nobody's Fools (Audio CD)
The American influence on slade is evident in this album produced after they left to 'conquer' America in 1976.(despite don powell saying 'to hell with America' in the notes for Slade Alive).
the album is easy to listen to for none slade fans as there is much variation from the 'heavier 'Get on up to the quirky reggieish number 'Did ya mama ever tell ya'.
The album includes their minor hits in for a penny and let's call it quits. Holder has said the former is his least fav single, but i rate it as it shows slades versitility at it best.
LA Jink and do the dirty will ring in your head for days after. I m still mumbling la jink 25 years after hearing it first.
the whole album sounds even better on C.D. it really does show Slade at their most clinical rather than raw early Slade. As Noddy would have said 'go out 'n buy it'
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 24 Feb 2013
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One of Slade's very under rated albums produced at the end of their 'pop' phase and when they were trying to break America. The title track alone combines soft rock at its best with commercial zeal. The rest of the combines some rockier moments,cheeky bits and good original Slade at their best
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 6 Oct 2014
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brilliant
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