http://www.slade40years.com/, Slade, Dave Hill, Don Powell, Jim Lea, Noddy Holder, Glamrock, Slade40years, Don Powell Fanclub, Wolverhampton, Bilston,

20th September 2010 Slade - Rare And Unseen DVD

 

 

DVD of rare interviews, releasedate 20th September 2010

 

"Think of BBC1’s Top of the Pops at its 15 million viewing peak during the early ’70s and a mental image of Slade - stomping, smiling, shining Bacofoil bright - is rarely very far away. But the band’s relationship with BBC Radio was not always as joyous or as uncomplicated.

 

“Jimmy Young said he’d never heard such a row in all his life,” remembers Jim Lea, the group’s bassist and musical powerhouse. “Tony Blackburn machine-gunned our first hit live on air. Ed Stewart said we’d never make it. Tommy Vance hated our guts to begin with. John Peel was always suspicious of us. And Noel Edmonds used to call us ‘Never,’ as in ‘Slade? Never!’”

 

All were leading DJs on the Beeb’s new flagship station Radio 1 and all would be won over in the end. “We were a fantastic band,” Jim says, “and I had no doubt that we would make it. The Spencer Davis Group had made it. The Moody Blues had made it. The Move had made it.” The Midlands had a great track record. “Besides,” adds Jim with no hint of a raised eyebrow, “we were just so much better than anybody else on the local circuit at the time.”

 

The era documented here, 1969 to 1972, witnessed Slade’s transformation from a selfconfessed travelling rock ‘n’ soul jukebox into the nation’s favourite glam rock combo. And just as it had helped to break The Beatles and many other bands, the BBC played a vital supporting role in Slade’s rise to the top.

 

Such is the enduring power of Slade’s magnificently successful wall of sound and riotous anthems, which earned them 17 Top 20 hits between 1971 and ’76 and rave endorsements from Oasis and virtually every other rock notable since, that the world is often only aware of a single, one-dimensional Slade. Compiled and produced with the help of the group, this fantastic collection of rare and largely unissued material fleshes that out by presenting not only the studio Slade and the in concert Slade, but the pre-fame Slade; a tight, hard-hitting combo that cut its teeth on a

range of soul, psychedelic, pop and rock covers, while making tentative and highly successful inroads into writing their own material.

 

The 5,000 word liner notes, written by MOJO’s Mark Paytress, who conducted brand new interviews with each member of the band, fully detail this fascinating period in the career of one of Britain’s most successful ever bands."

 

SLADE LIVE AT THE BBC

 

Format: 2CD in deluxe gatefold digipack

Cat No.: SALVO 211

Barcode: 698458821126

Playing Time: 2 hrs

Salvo New Release

 

A release that Slade fans have long dreamt of – a fantastic document of the period during which they transformed themselves from a potent live attraction with a burgeoning song craft of their own into the UK’s favourite hit-making machine

· A total of 36 rare tracks, all previously unreleased

· Remastered under the supervision of Slade’s Jim Lea by Tim Turan at Turan Audio for the finest possible sound quality

· Stylish double digi-pack with 24-page booklet containing previously unseen

photographs plus a comprehensive overview and track-by-track notes by Mojo’s Mark Paytress featuring extensive comments from the band

· A wonderful addition to Salvo’s critically acclaimed Slade reissues, supported by a marketing and press campaign involving the band

 

Tracklisting:

 

CD1 Studio sessions 1969-72

1. Coming Home

2. The Shape Of Things To Come

3. See Us Here

4. Know Who You Are

5. My Life Is Natural

6. Coloured Rain

7. Man Who Speeks Evil

8. Move Over

9. Omaha

10. Sweet Box

11. Nights In White Satin

12. It's Alright Ma, It's Only Witchcraft

13. Raven

14. Gudbuy Gudbuy

15. Getting Better

16. Darling Be Home Soon

17. Let The Good Times Roll

18. Dirty Joker

19. Get Down And Get With It

20. Wild Winds Are Blowing

 

Radio 1 jingles

21. “Radio 1 where the best music’s on”

22. “Everyday the sounds we play on Radio 1”

23. “This is Radio 1, we’re all having fun”

24. “We’re Slade!”

 

CD2 Live at the Paris Theatre, London, August 17, 1972

1. Introduction

2. Hear Me Calling

3. In Like A Shot (From My Gun)

4. Look Wot You Dun

5. Keep On Rocking

6. Move Over Baby

7. Mama Weer All Crazee Now

8. Lady Be Good

9. Coz I Luv You

10. Take Me Back 'Ome

11. Get Down And Get With It

12. Good Golly Miss Molly"

 

NEW SLADE DVD BOX SET

Slade: Come Feel The Noize (2 Discs)

 
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THANKS very much to Rudolf Schubert as to Wendy and Rod.
 
All SLADE DVD`s at PAY.com under:
 
 

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2007

 

 

 ope you enjoy what ive written and that it encourages you to get ho
http://www.sladeinwales.co.uk/pb/wp_97402952/wp_97402952.html?0.78508935703661

all the best
Nige
http://www.sladeinwales.co.uk "

 

Nigel has finished his page for the last batch of Slade
re masters at

http://www.sladeinwales.co.uk/pb/wp_8ba971e0/wp_8ba971e0.html?0.13060467660257025#tccd

He had great fun doing this, and he hopes you all enjoy the read.
all the best from
nige
http://www.sladeinwales.co.uk

***********

 

 

Slade - In For A Penny; Raves & Faves

Release date 17.04.2007

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http://www.shoutfactory.com/browse/85/slade.aspx

In the early 1970s, glam rock band Slade dominated the British charts with 17 Top 20 hits, including six at #1. They also took
time to make the rock film Flame, in which they portrayed a British rock band`s exhilirating rise to the top, and the deceit, disillusionment, and dispair that followed. It remains one of the most compelling portrayals of the music business ever filmed.

While their star didn`t soar as high in the States, the band wasn`t completely overlooked. Covers of "Cum On Feel The Noize" and "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" by `80s rock band Quiet Riot brought Slade renewed interest. Other bands followed suit with covers by groups as disparate as Oasis, The Runaways and The Wonderstuff. Still active, Slade is ripe for discovery by rock fans of all ages.

http://www.shoutfactorystore.com/prod.aspx?pfid=2941370

In 2003, Shout! Factory corrected a glaring injustice with the release of Get Yer Boots On: The Best Of Slade, the only CD domestically available from one of the all-time great rock bands. Now Shout! Factory presents another fantastic slab of Slade with In For A Penny: Raves & Faves, which digs deeper into the Slade catalog, presenting a connoisseur`s selection of lesser-known tracks that prove these hard-rocking Brits were more than just a one-dimensional singles act.

The quintessential glam rock band, Slade shook the British charts throughout the `70s with their boot-stomping, glitter-shaking anthems and outrageous visual style. Their hard-hitting sound influenced everyone from Kiss and The Sex Pistols to Mötley Crüe and Oasis.

Tracks:
1. Shape Of Things To Come Slade
2. C`Mon C`Mon Slade
3. Sweet Box Slade
4. In Like A Shot From My Gun Slade
5. Wonderin` Y
6. How D`You Ride
7. Move Over
8.
Don`t Blame Me Slade
9. Do We Still Do It Slade
10. When The Lights Are Out
11. Them Kinda Monkeys Can`t Swing
12. Thanks For The Memory (Wham Bam Thank You Mam)
13. In For A Penny
14. Let`s Call It Quits
15. Burning In The Heat Of Love

"Do We Still Do It? Night and day come what may..."

K.O.R. - Ilpo

 

4th April

 

Slade Rockers release by USM Salvo 2007

 

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Union Square Music (Salvo):

Slade re-releases on Feb 12th 2007 Slade In Flame

http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/news/index.html


Continuing our Slade reissue programme on the Salvo label, the first releases of 2007 are two mid-70s gems and the long-awaited B-Sides collection.

The soundtrack to perhaps the greatest rock `n` roll
movie ever made, Slade In Flame (1974) is regarded by many as the group`s finest long player, containing superb compositions such as How Does It Feel and Far Far Away.

K.O.R. - Ilpo -

 

 

Union Square Music (Salvo): Slade re-releases on Feb 12th 2007 Slade In Flame

 

 

 

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Continuing our Slade reissue programme on the Salvo label, the first releases of 2007 are two mid-70s gems and the long-awaited B-Sides collection.

The soundtrack to perhaps the greatest rock `n` roll movie ever made, Slade In Flame (1974) is regarded by many as the group`s finest long player, containing superb compositions such as How Does It Feel and Far Far Away.

http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/news/index.html
http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/releases/product.php?ALBUM_ID=955

Title: Slade In Flame - Collectors Edition

 


Artist: Slade
Cat No: USPDVD014
Barcode: 6984581714744
Playing Time: Approx 144 mins



When Slade embarked upon their one and only movie in 1974, fans and critics alike were expecting something like a Glam Rock update of The Beatles` `A Hard Days Night`, released a decade earlier. After all, Slade were the ultimate good time band: irreverent, loud and armed with a terrific set of singalong stompers. Expectations were confounded, however, upon release of the film. Gritty realism, exposing the seedy reality of band life in the late 60s, was the order of the day and Flame is all the better for it. Now rightly lauded as one of the finest rock/pop movies ever made, Union Square Pictures are proud to present a deluxe collectors edition DVD of Flame featuring a brand new print of the film digitally remastered from the original negative, a remastered soundtrack CD, a new documentary featurette on the making of the movie including interviews with all four band members, director Richard Loncraine and co-star Tom Conti, and a 16 page colour booklet with an informative essay by Slade aficionado Chris Ingham, related memorabilia plus rare and previously unseen photos with revealing commentary from Jim Lea.

Track List
1. How Does It Feel
2. Them Kinda Monkeys Can`t Swing
3. So Far So Good
4. Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)
5. O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday
6. Far Far Away
7. This Girl
8. Lay It Down
9. Heaven Knows
10. Standin` On The Corner

 

SLADE new releases from USM in april:

http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/releases/index.php?page=1


* SLADE - Slade Rockers.

 

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* Till Deaf Do Us Part.

 

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* We'll Bring The House Down.

 

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* Whatever Happened To SLADE.


* SLADE In Flame - Collecters Edition (DVD).

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Thanks for the message to Lars

The International SLADE Mailinglist : http://mailinglist.stroemoe.com/

Ian has reviewed Whatever happened to Slade and We'll bring the house down
on The Slade Archive CD reissue Reviews microsite, with reviews of Till
Deaf,
Rockers and the Flame DVD collectors edition due shortly.

http://www.crazeeworld.plus.com/pages/slade_reissues/index.htm

 

22th March

Following message arrived today from Chas Chandler
Union Square Music Ltd

"Greetings Slade people,

Lots to tell you about this time.


First of all, as you may be aware, we are re-releasing the movie Flame as
a Collector's Edition DVD on April 2nd.

It features a brand new print of
the film transferred and digitally remastered from the original negative,
a new documentary featurette including interviews with all four band
members, co-star Tom Conti and director Richard Loncraine, a soundtrack CD
and a 16 page colour booklet.
To promote the new DVD, here in the UK Noddy Holder will be appearing on
Richard & Judy (commencing 5pm on channel 4) on the afternoon of

Monday 26th March

and on The Wright Stuff (commencing 9am on channel 5)

on 27th March.


He will also be live as a guest on a number of UK radio shows:

TheJonathan Ross Show on BBC Radio 2

(Saturday 24th March 12.30 - 13.00 pm),
BBC West Midlands - Ed Doolan Show (Monday 26th March 12.00 noon), BBC
Radio London - Robert Elms Show (Monday 26th March 2.30pm). There will be
other radio appearances too, but we are not certain of the broadcast time
at present. We will try to publish the dates/times of Noddy's other radio
appearances/inteviews on our Slade microsite

www.unionsquaremusic/slade

as we receive them.
Secondly, our next batch of Slade reissues: Whatever Happened To Slade,
We'll Bring The House Down, Till Deaf Do Us Part and a 2CD compilation
called Rockers will hit the streets on April 16th.
Advance orders are now being taken at Play.com, Amazon.co.uk, Tesco.com
and other outlets.

Finally, many of you will be aware that Slade songwriter and
multi-instrumentalist, Jim Lea, has released his first ever "solo album".

But for those that aren't, please read on:

The album, entitled "Therapy" is distributed online and "download" only at:

http://www.jimleamusic.com

"Every time I have spoken to a record company about putting my music out
there, it always seems to be inexorably linked with touring, which is a
great consumer of time, energy and of course money, in other words, a
great obstacle. I may be a Luddite in some ways, but only a fool would
insist on following old, unviable routes of action without looking at
alternatives. It may look like ''if you can't beat 'em join 'em'' but the
facts are that I have been disgruntled with some of the attitudes of the
music business for some time now, This is why I have gone online with the
webshop.

I had the privilege of being in an amazing hard working band for twenty
five years and over that quarter of a century we certainly paid our dues
over and over again. But in such a different, albeit shrinking market (and
technology has played a part here) what used to be the norm doesn't seem
to fit anymore. I was never a naturally public figure, but now I am
re-emerging as an artist in my own right, mostly free from the
restrictions of the industry. There will be more to come soon, but for now
make the journey, step on the train, and get some Therapy . A Thinking
album .

"I hope you like what you hear "- Jim Lea

Tracklisting

1. Heaven Can Wait (For Those Who Pray)
2. Big Family
3. The Smile Of Elvis
4. Deadrock U.K.
5. Could God Be A Woman
6. Go Out In Style
7. Universe
8. Time And Emotion
9. Your Cine World
10. The Valley Of The Kings
11. Why Is Youth Always Wasted On The Young
12. Notice
13. Let Me Be Your Therapy


Please contact Fleur with any questions

mail to :

Fleur@dreamcatcher-records.com



Tel: 020- 7554 4840

All the very best,
Chas

www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade

Chas Chandler
Union Square Music Ltd"

 

New US Slade release in April 2007

 

Shout Factory who released a Slade compilation "Get Yer Boots On" in 2003, are going to release another Slade compilation on 17th April 2007 in the U.S.A.:

In For A Penny: Raves & Faves

Track listing:
-Shape Of Things To Come
-C'mon, C'mon
-Sweet Box
-In Like A Shot From My Gun
-Wonderin' Y
-How'd You Ride
-Move Over
-Don't Blame Me
-Do We Still Do It
-When The Lights Are Out
-Them Kinda Monkeys
-Thanks For The Memories
-In For A Penny
-Let's Call It Quits
-Burning In The Heat

K.O.R. - Ilpo

Short extracts from Slade`s album re-releases review in Finnish rock magazine Soundi September 2006 issue: Record reviews 9:2006 Retro

SLADE

Ambrose Slade - Beginnings / Play It Loud
Slayed?
Old New Borrowed And Blue
The Live Anthology: Slade Alive! / Slade Alive Vol. Two / Slade On Stage / Alive At Reading `80
(Salvo)

Album set covers the visitation and the most huge boom. Ambrose Slade worked out a strange cover mixture on the debut album in the year of 1969.

On the skinhead covered Play It Loud the style and strengths are starting to come out. The heavy power of melodic pop and Noddy Holder`s rasp voice are emphasized on their own tracks like Raven, Dirty Joker and Sweet Box. A magnificient cover of The Shape Of Things To Come and Get Down And Get With It blow up the pot.

Slade Alive! (1972) brings forward the live power foreseen by the debut hit. Seven songs are storming in interactive correlation with the audience.

Slayed? is a feat of strength of an established singles band. An album titled Whatever happened to Slade? was released later, but the matter was under consideration already, when Old New Borrowed And Blue was issued.

The conquest of America failed, but Alive Vol. Two (1978) proves that the band was in a good shape. A hurried festival ep was followed by the solid On Stage record, where the hit songs are beaten by new power shots: Rock`n`Roll Preacher, When I`m Dancin` I Ain`t Fightin`, Lock Up Your Daughters and We`ll Bring The House Down.

Well delivered hit retrospective and Slade In Flame movie soundtrack would do good still.

Asko Alanen

http://www.soundi.fi/arkisto/cds_0906_07.html

K.O.R. - Ilpo

 

Slade In Flame deluxe treatment

Slade In Flame movie soundtrack album to be re-released in April 2007. The movie to be screened in London with special guests!

That`s Entertainment 28.01.2007:
Cum and see the pixturz! Slade In Flame to receive the ultimate deluxe treatment

Released April 2007 through Salvo Records:


- "Slade in Flame is one of the most incredible "rock and story" films ever produced. Like it or not." (Q Magazine)
- "Fundamentally more important to the development of music than Radiohead" (Noel Gallagher)
- "The Citizen Kane of pop pictures." (Mark Kermode in MOJO)

Slade are finally getting the recognition that they deserve. Following the recent release of the first six Slade studio albums and a 4-CD anthology, The Slade Box, Wolverhampton`s finest are back in the spotlight. Now, the reissue program, through Salvo Records (a Union Square Music imprint), rolls out into Spring 2007 with the deluxe DVD release of their universally lauded movie, Slade In Flame (originally released in November 1974).

The 2 disc package also includes the soundtrack CD (to be released as a standalone CD in February), an album regarded by many as Slade`s finest.

Featuring a brand new print of the film, digitally remastered from the original negative, this is one of 2007`s most anticipated music DVD releases.

When Slade embarked upon their one and only movie in 1974, fans and critics alike were expecting something akin to a Glam Rock update of The Beatles` `A Hard Days Night`, released a decade earlier.

After all, in the dark days of a Britain beset by strikes, power cuts and a collective musical identity crisis, Slade were the ultimate good time band: irreverent, loud and armed with a terrific set of singalong stompers.

However, expectations were confounded upon the release of the film. Gritty realism, exposing the mythology of band life in the late Sixties, was the order of the day and Slade In Flame is all better for it. Over 30 years on, it is universally lauded as one of the finest rock/pop films ever made. As a treat for all Slade fans and lovers of glam rock, the set includes a luxurious booklet containing detailed notes, rare archive photos annotated by Jim Lea and images of related memorabilia.

Also included on the DVD is documentary featurette on the making of the movie, which includes revealing interviews with all four band members, director Richard Loncraine and actor Tom Conti.

Bonus features to include: 60 Minute Featurette with exclusive interviews 16 page booklet featuring a selection of associated photos with commentary from Jim Lea and much more N.B – Around release of the DVD, a London screening with special guests (TBA) will be announced. Details to follow.



CD Track Listing

1. How Does It Fee l?
2. Them Kinda Monkeys Can`t Swing
3. So Far So Good
4. Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)
5. O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday
6. F ar Far Away
7. This Girl
8. Lay It Down
9. Heaven Knows

10. Standin` On The Corner

http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade

http://entsnews.blogspot.com/2007/01/cum-and-see-pixturz-slade-in-flame-to.html

K.O.R. - Ilpo

 

21th February

 

Salvo`s Slade campaign nominated for Music Week award

 

Union Square Music`s Slade Remastered campaign through their new label Salvo has earned them a nomination for Catalogue Marketing Campaign Of The Year at the prestigious Music Week Awards. The results will be announced on March 15th at the Grosvenor House Hotel.

Latest Slade remastered release on 12th February 2007: Nobody`s Fools

http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/releases/product.php?ALBUM_ID=927

Title: Slade - Nobody`s Fools
Artist: Slade
Cat No: SALVOCD005
Playing Time: 57:24

Recorded during their mid-1970s sojourn in the States, Nobody`s Fools is arguably the most diverse and evolved album of Slade`s career. Beautifully remastered and augmented by rare B-sides, this is essential Slade.

Track List
1. Nobody`s Fool
2. Do The Dirty
3. Let`s Call It Quits
4. Pack Up Your Troubles
5. In For A Penny
6. Get On Up
7. L.A. Jinx
8. Did Ya Mama Ever Tell Ya
9. Scratch My Back
10. I`m A Talker
11. All The World Is A Stage
12. Thanks For The Memory
13. Raining In My Champagne
14. Can You Just Imagine
15. When The Chips Are Down

Colin Harper, RECORD COLLECTOR:

The beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning? Recorded during their valiant assault on America and released in March 1976, as sleevenote writer Chris Ingham asserts, Nobody`s Fools brings to the table "fresh textures and ambitious songwriting and remains the most varied of Slade`s long players." But it was their last UK Top 20 album proper.

Having maintained their UK singles successes with the standalone Thanks For The Memory and top-drawer trailers for the album In For A Penny and Let`s Call It Quits (all three imaginatively moving on from their big-chorus boot-stompers of 1972/73), Nobody`s Fool, regarded by Noddy Holder as the band`s most neglected, was to end their 17-song run of hits. Funk-rock album track Do The Dirty might have been a better choice, while Get On Up (similarly American-influenced, albeit exploding to better effect on 1978`s Slade Alive II) proved they could rock stadiums with the best.

A whiff of US prog can be detected but,largely, the old boozy Black Country humour is alive and well. It`s engagingly eclectic, if not truly classic. But this is a terrific remaster, adding the relevant B-sides and Thanks For The Memory, though not the single edit of Nobody`s Fool itself.

K.O.R. - Ilpo
Nige has completed his review page on this months 3 Slade Remasters
at

http://sladeinwales.co.uk/pb/wp_15a36e56/wp_15a36e56.html?0.11624120589358067

He hopes you enjoy it as much as he did creating it.
all the best wish Nige from

Website: Slade In Wales

 

 

Union Square Music's SLADE Micro site has been updated with some

NEW releases:


* SLADE IN FLAME  http://images.play.com/covers/3321360m.jpg

Title: Slade In Flame

Subtitle:

Artist: Slade

Cat No: SALVOCD004

Barcode: 698458810427

Playing Time: 40:13

The soundtrack to perhaps the greatest rock 'n' roll movie ever made, Slade In Flame is regarded by many as the group's best album, a record on which they displayed their versatility and introduced some of their very finest compositions.

Track List

1. How Does It Feel?
2. Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing
3. So Far So good
4. Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)
5. O.K. Yesterday Was Yesterday
6. Far Far Away
7. This Girl

* NOBODY'S FOOLS http://g-ec2.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Iba%2BT0DKL._AA240_.jpg

Title: Nobody's Fools

Subtitle:

Artist: Slade

Cat No: SALVOCD005

Barcode: 698458810526

Playing Time: 57:24

Recorded during their mid-1970s sojourn in the States, Nobody's Fools is arguably the most diverse and evolved album of Slade's career. Beautifully remastered and augmented by rare B-sides, this is essential Slade

Track List

1. Nobody's Fool
2. Do The Dirty
3. Let's Call It Quits
4. Pack Up Your Troubles
5. In For A Penny
6. Get On Up
7. L.A. Jinx
8. Did Ya Mama Ever

* 2 CD - B-SIDES

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Subtitle:

Artist: Slade

Cat No: SALVODCD203

Barcode: 698458820327

Playing Time: CD1 79:58 CD2 65:48

Finally, on CD, the Slade B-sides! For every boisterous singalong hit single, there was a fabulous flipside, whether a tender ballad, progressive rocker or left-field nugget. This is Slade's secret history, an invaluable, often surprising insight into a great British band.

Track List

CD1
1. One Way Hotel
2. C'mon C'mon
3. Do You Want Me
4. Gospel According To Rasputin
5. My Life Is Natural


LINK:
http://www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade/releases/index.php

The International SLADE Mailinglist : http://mailinglist.stroemoe.com/

SLADE's Official Website : http://www.amazingslade.net/

Next batch of Slade remasters -

Slade in Flame, Nobody's Fools and B-Sides (2CD) - will be released on

February 12.th

For those who would like to pre-order any of these titles online, advance
orders are now being taken at

www.Play.com

www.Amazon.co.uk

www.Tesco.com

and other
outlets.
Full details and tracklistings can be found on the Slade microsite -
www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade
Wishing you a rockin' weekend.
All the very best,
Chas

New Slade releases and sladestory.com

Salvo has the following remastered Slade releases scheduled for February 2007:

Slade In Flame
Nobody's Fools (plus bonus tracks)
B-Sides - 2CD set - 40 tracks, many previously unavailable on CD
Slade In Flame DVD + CD

I'll be in touch again when they're ready.

In the mean time, may I draw your attention to The Slade Story podcast:

The Slade Story tells the definitive history of one of the greatest UK
rock bands of all time. This two-part, hour-long podcast is a rare
opportunity to hear all four members of Slade tell the story of their
legendary band. Presented by writer, broadcaster and cultural historian
Stuart Maconie, the podcast tracks Slade from their humble origins,
through their ascent to the toppermost of the poppermost as much-loved
rock icons and beyond. Noddy, Jim, Dave and Don tell The Slade Story in
two 30-minute programmes. Podcast Price: £2.99 each or £4.99 for both. CD
Format £4.99+P&P.
Please visit
http://www.thesladestory.com for further details.
All the very best,

Chas Chandler
Label Manager, Salvo Records

 


Union Square Music Ltd.

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7471 7940
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7471 7941

www.unionsquaremusic.co.uk/slade

 

Till Deaf Do Us Part

 

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SLADE Till Deaf Do Us Part (2007 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 13-track CD album, originally released in 1981, including 1 bonus track, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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Slade On Stage

 

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SLADE Slade On Stage (2007 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 2-disc set, comprised of 10-track CD album, originally released in 1982 and recorded live at Newcastle City Hall in 1981, plus bonus 5-track CD recorded live at the Reading Festival in 1980, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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The Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome

 

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SLADE The Amazing Kamikaze Syndrome (2007 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 13-track CD album, originally released in 1983, includes the big hits 'Run Run Away' and 'My Oh My' plus 3 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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Rogues Gallery

 

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SLADE Rogues Gallery (2007 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 13-track CD album, originally released in 1985, includes 3 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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You Boyz Make Big Noize

 

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SLADE You Boyz Make Big Noize (2007 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 15-track CD album, originally released in 1987, includes 3 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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2006

 

Slade Tipped As Possible Christmas Number One!

re-released next month.Slade’s

‘Merry Xmas Everybody’,

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which was the Christmas number one in 1973, is to be

Easily one of the greatest Christmas songs ever ever, the Noddy Holder-sung classic has never actually been re-released before; it only feels like it because it’s rightfully on the television twenty-four hours a day during the holiday season.

Since the announcement was made ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ has already been installed as second favourite for the Yuletide top-spot with odds of 12/1, beating the festive releases from Girls Aloud, McFly, Westlife, Crazy Frog, and Brian May & Cliff Richard. The favourite is of course the eventual winner of The X-Factor.

Nick Weinberg of Ladbrokes said: "Punters are definitely giving Slade the Nod to Hold off the field. -They're second in the betting behind X-Factor but it looks as though Simon Cowell wont have things his own way this Christmas. The song's a classic and our customers are backing it to have a massive impact."

‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ is released December 4th.

http://www.entertainmentwise.com:80/news?id=25176

K.O.R. - Ilpo -

 

 Following message and pictures arrived today from Rod and Wendy:

"As you already know, the Merry Christmas 2006 will be released in the UK on Monday 4th December. Many fans have asked about a green cover issue.

Well here it is......This version has different tracks and is available only from

selected ASDA supermarkets in the UK.

The tracks are as follows - Merry Xmas, Here's to the New Year and Santa Claus is

Coming to Town.  ASDA is currently using Merry Xmas in their TV advertising

in the run up to Christmas. This is released between ASDA and Nobbys Nuts."

Rod And Wendy.....Hereford, England
 
 
We say THANKS again to Rod and Wendy for this information !
 

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Badly Drawn Boy - 'Born In The UK' (EMI) Released 16/10/06

http://www.entertainmentwise.com/review?id=23582

 

The Wombats And More For KIDS Christmas Album
Taking on Slade and Bing Crosby...

The quite fantastic record label KIDS are to release a special Christmas album next month.

A host of their artists including The Wombats, Mighty Six Ninety and Oppenheimer deliver their interpretations of some of the Christmas classics.

Highlights include Findlay Brown’s take on Wham’s ‘Last Christmas’ and KIDS Allstarz’ – featuring the band Paper Cuts and Kids office staff – cover of

 

Slade’s seminal ‘Merry Christmas Everybody.’

The album will be strictly limited to just 500 copies on CD and also via digital download from December 11.

The full track-listing is as follows:

1. KIDS Allstarz – ‘Merry Christmas Everybody’
2. Oppenheimer – ‘Christmas (Baby Come Home)’
3. It Hugs Back – ‘Christmas on the Square’
4. The Wombats – ‘Is This Christmas?’
5. Might Six Ninety – ‘White Christmas’
6. Young Playthings – ‘Whadaya Want For Christmas’
7. West End Girls – ‘Always on my Mind’
8. Findlay Brown – ‘Last Christmas’
9. Popular Workshop – ‘Christmas Wrapping’
10. Sam Elliot – ‘Walking In A White Christmas’
11. Captain Kidd – 'Boxing Day Ride'

http://www.entertainmentwise.com/news?id=24851

K.O.R. - Ilpo -

 

 

Limited Edition Japanes Slade CD`s now available to order ! http://eil.com/shop/ExtSearch.asp?DiscArtist=Slade

We've just received details of some exciting Japanese SLADE CDs due for release

in

December 2006 & January 2007!

All are digitally remastered limited editions, presented in mini LP-style card sleeves,

and most contain bonus tracks!

Due to the strictly limited edition nature of these releases we cannot guarantee 100% order fulfilment but by requesting your copies NOW this is your opportunity to jump the queue and your request will take a higher priority when our stock arrives! You will be informed by email of your order status when our exact quantities are confirmed and delivered to us.

Don't be disappointed, request your copies of these extremely limited releases TODAY!

 

AMBROSE SLADE Beginnings

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(2006 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 13-track CD album, originally released in 1969, before the band shortened their name and became massive superstars in the 70s, includes versions of 'Knocking Nails Into My House' [Idle Race], 'Born To Be Wild' [Steppenwolf] and 'Martha My Dear' [Beatles] plus 2 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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PLAY IT LOUD

 

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SLADE Play It Loud (2006 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 15-track CD album, originally released in 1970, the 2nd longplayer from Noddy & Co., includes 3 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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SLADE ALIVE !

 

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SLADE Alive (2006 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 7-track CD album, originally released in 1972, recorded live in London in 1971, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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SLAYED ?

 

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SLADE Slayed? (2006 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 14-track CD album, originally released in 1972, a classic album from Noddy & the boys, including 'Gudbuy T' Jane' and 'Mama Weer All Crazee Now' plus 3 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

http://eil.com/shop/moreinfo.asp?catalogid=382980&From=SDE-COL-29112006-1800.STT.-SDE

 

SLADE in Flame

 

 

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SLADE Slade In Flame (2006 Japanese issue limited edition 24-Bit digitally remastered 12-track CD album, originally released in 1974, including the songs from their cult film, in which they play the part of a fictional rock 'n' roll group beginning in the mid 60s, plus 2 bonus tracks, presented in mini LP-style card sleeve + obi strip, more details to follow...).

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Old New Borrowed And Blue

 

 

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SLADE Old New Borrowed And Blue (2006 J

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