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My Slade Collection

Mr. M. Johnson "Mark"
 
Play It Loud
Play It Loud
"Fantastic underrated Slade album from 1970, before Slade hit the big time. Jam packed full of great songs like 'One Way Hotel' and 'Sweet Box'. Just Play It Loud!"
Nobody's Fools
Nobody's Fools
"A very different Slade album. Features many styles and many more great songs like 'Nobody's Fool' and 'L.A. Jinx.'"
Slade Alive
Slade Alive
"Great live album by Slade from 1972. The album captures the atmosphere of a Slade performance brilliantly. My favourite track is 'Hear Me Calling.'"
Slade In Flame
Slade In Flame
"Fine pop/rock soundtrack to the great movie 'Flame.' This album shows Slade's music start to mature and grow out of the glam rock genre."
Whatever Happened to Slade
Whatever Happened to Slade
"A real hidden gem from 1977 that shows Slade getting heavier. Sadly this album seems to be quite hard to find. Worth buying alone for the great song 'Big Apple Blues.'"
Old New Borrowed and Blue
Old New Borrowed and Blue
"This album from 1974 isn't unlike 'Flame', as it shows Slade starting to grow out of their platforms. This album also contains some brilliant pop songs, like 'How Can It Be' and 'Everyday.'"
Slayed
Slayed
"Probably Slade's most well known album, 'Slayed' is full of balzy rock songs that defined their sound in the early 70's."
Alive - Vol Two
Alive - Vol Two
"Slade are certainly still very much alive here, but 'Alive Vol 1' is in a different league. But this album does contain a good live version of ' Cum On Feel The Noize.'"
Beginnings
Beginnings
"A very rare album that sadly has been withdrawn from sale in Britain. A real pity as it contains some interesting covers, like The Beatles' 'Martha My Dear.'"
Greatest Hits
Greatest Hits
"A good collection of nearly all of Slade's top thirty hits. But the album should include 'Thanks For The Memory' and 'Lets Call It Quits' (both top 30 hits) instead of some of the cheesey 80's stuff."
Sladest
Sladest
"A mini best of from the height of their popularity in 1973. As well as hits, it contains some early material from the 'Beginnings' and 'Play It Loud' era."
Till Deaf Do Us Part
Till Deaf Do Us Part
"1 of only 2 80's albums I own. I am not too keen on Slade's sound in the 80's, as I find it quite cheesey. But 'Ruby Red' is quite good."
The Party Album
The Party Album
"Not to be taken seriously. Very cheesey album from 1985 that is the beginning of the end for Slade. Save this album for a Wedding or a Birthday Bash."