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Audio CD, Import, Original recording remastered, September 27, 2011
|1. Cum On Feel The Noize|
|2. Look Wot You Dun|
|3. Gudbuy T'Jane|
|4. One Way Hotel|
|5. Skweeze Me, Pleeze Me|
|6. Pouk Hill|
|7. The Shape Of Things To Come|
|8. Take Me Bak 'Ome|
|9. Coz I Luv You|
|10. Wild Winds Are Blowin'|
|11. Know Who You Are|
|12. Get Down And Get With It (Get Down With It)|
|13. Look At Last Nite|
|14. Mama Weer All Crazee Now|
|15. Hear Me Calling (previously unreleased studio version)|
|16. My Friend Stan|
|17. My Town|
|18. Kill 'em At The Hot Club Tonite|
I had the pleasure to see them live in Florida. I always loved their music. This collection brings up a lot of great memories.Published 11 months ago by Timothy W. Haight
What a great band they were, this is a great collection of their earlier music that may just wet your appetite to dig deeper into their catalogue as it has mine.Published 12 months ago by Kevin D.
I did rated a 5 star this collage of singles and hits.very bright and dynamic sound newly remastered plus all the hits in one albumPublished 23 months ago by Eugene
Loudest concert I ever went to...Slade and Montrose....Rainbow Ballroom, Fresno...1974.....
Slade was the ultimate live band.......Noddie Holder charismatic singer.... Read more
fantastic reissue of this classic slade album from 1973, first off i may be biased becouse i love almost everything slade did between 1970 and the last... Read morePublished on October 14, 2011 by Edward J. mccarthy Jr.
`Sladest' was the first true compilation from Britain's glam rock phenomenon. As Slade released many non-LP singles during their 1971-1974 golden age, `Sladest' was as essential as... Read morePublished on October 20, 2010 by Mark H.
I have the vinyl not the cd, but whatever. You really have to own this for Cum On Feel the Noize and Skweeze Me Pleeze Me, only because those are probably Slade's most amazing... Read morePublished on July 23, 2006 by Dmitri Karamazov