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8 comments on “ The Bangin Man - Slade - Slades Greats (Cassette, Album)

  1. The Very Best of Slade is a compilation album by the British rock band Slade. It was released in and reached No. 39 in the UK charts, remaining in the charts for four weeks. The album has sold , copies as of November A DVD of the same name was also released at the same time.
  2. 16 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Slade - Slades Greats at /5(65).
  3. Slade are renowned for their massive Xmas hit Merry Xmas Everybody, but also have a further five Number 1 singles including Cum On Feel The Noize and Take Me Back 'Ome. BANGIN' MAN. SLADE.
  4. "Slades Greats" is a compilation album by Slade of their hits from to It was released and was produced by Chas Chandler via Polydor Record Label on 12th May This album reached number 89 on the U.K. chart, the compilation was the 2nd Polydor Record Label release relating to Slade since , featuring 16 tracks in total.
  5. B-Sides is a 2-disc compilation album by the British glam rock band Slade released in March This was the first time many of the songs included on the album were released since the early s. Since the late s, the Slade fan club had confirmed that a possible project was the release of a b-side compilation although this never materialised.
  6. An awkward little beast, this. On the one hand, if you have the VHS Wall of Hits collection that memorialized the best of Slade at the end of the '80s, the run of early-'70s TV and video hits that make up a chunk of this collection will seem more than a little familiar. From "Coz I Luv You" to "Radio Wall of Sound," the program plays out precisely as you remember it, and doesn't even seem to.
  7. "The Bangin' Man" 3 48 — — — 18 — — — 7 3 18 4 11 — UK: Silver; Non-album single "Far Far Away" 2 17 — — — 24 — 12 49 8 2 13 1 16 — UK: Silver; Slade in Flame: "How Does It Feel" 15 — — — — — — — — 36 11 — — 23 — "Thanks for the Memory .
  8. Slade continued to score further hit singles back home, including such correctly spelled tracks as "My Friend Stan," "Everyday," "Bangin' Man," "Far Far Away," "How Does it Feel," and "In for a Penny," but with glam rock's dissolution and punk's emergence by the mid-'70s, the hits eventually dried up .

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