Slade are an English rock band formed in Wolverhampton in 1966. They rose to prominence during the glam rock era in the early 1970s. More @ Wikipedia

SLADE, an extremely important band in the history of rock but undervalued by the music press, being even unknown by many so-called specialists. What makes them so special? Well, for one, they are pioneers of proto punk, glam rock and Irreverence. They had a lot of zest on stage and their Simplicity was something to marvel at. Not to mention, their influence can be heard in a lot of modern bands. If you’re a fan of rock and want to discover some hidden gems, then you should definitely check out SLADE.


  • Beginnings (as Ambrose Slade, 1969)
  • Play It Loud (1970)
  • Slade Alive! (1972) live album
  • Slayed? (1972)
  • Sladest (1973)
  • Old New Borrowed and Blue (1974)
  • Slade in Flame (1974)
  • Nobody’s Fools (1976)
  • Whatever Happened to Slade (1977)
  • Slade Alive, Vol. 2 (1978) live album
  • Return to Base (1979)
  • We’ll Bring the House Down (1981)
  • Till Deaf Do Us Part (1981)
  • Slade on Stage (1982) live album
  • The Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome (1983)
  • Rogues Gallery (1985)
  • Crackers – The Christmas Party Album (1985)
  • You Boyz Make Big Noize (1987)

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