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Other Slade songs....


Life President
Jan 20, 2007
Here there everywhere
WE know this time of year Sir Nodd of Holders pension fund grow's but what are your other Slade favourites songs ??



Oct 25, 2003
Immersed in the accounts
Plenty mate. I urge everyone to watch "Slade in Flame", excellent film.

I went to the premiere of that.

As for favourite Slade songs

Gudby t Jane , Mama weer all crazee now are the and Cum on feel the Noize are the obvious choices, but I also particularly like Pook hill, Dapple rose and Angelina off the 2nd album and Everyday , but I think I will plump for How does it Feel ...

IIRC this is one of Noel Gallaghers all time favourites as well.

Shrimpers content : I first met Pak legend Ossie (RIP) at a Slade gig at Hammersmith

Tangled up in Blue

Certified Senior Citizen⭐
May 24, 2004
Sant Cugat del Vallès
Saw Slade on the same bill as Chuck Berry at Lanchester(the pre- Xmas gig where My Ding a Ling was recorded)in the early 70's.Great live band.A Wolverhampton mate (now exiled in Sweden)once told me a great Noddy Holder joke revolving around the pronunciation of kipper tie/cup of tea but it only really works well if you can tell it with the local accent(as he of course could).