Slade. Not just the Christmas songs, all of it. #DearTopshop

Slade-the greatest Scottish Rock Band ever. Quiet Riot's most famous songs were all Slade covers

Mr Nice Guy: Slade's Noddy Holder in 1973, dressed in a striking suit - 1973

The best thing about my legions of groupies? Sunday lunch with their mums! Booze and girls galore, but Noddy Holder is not your average rock star, finds JANE FRYER

Noddy Holder is not your average rock star, finds JANE FRYER


Slade had many tracks that were amongst the coolest songs from Glam era. Bangin' Man and the more familiar Run Runaway are classics.

Slade - Bangin' Man

Slade - Bangin' Man

Slade Look Wot You Dun 1972

Slade Look Wot You Dun 1972

Slade : Take Me Bak 'Ome

Slade - Take Me Bak 'Ome (Video) Hill having a laugh with his shadow lol with

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Slade - Look Wot You Dun (1971) - Slade are a British rock band from Wolverhampton/Walsall. They rose to prominence during the glam rock era of the early 1970s with 17 consecutive top 20 hits and six number ones. The British Hit Singles & Albums names them as the most successful British group of the 1970s based on sales of singles. Genres: Hard rock, glam rock

Slade, one of the truly great rock and roll bands of all time. "Royal Family Announces St. Edward's Crown To Be Replaced By Noddy Holder's To.

Slade - Far Far Away (1974) (HD)

Wee fat Albert once said to me "Slade were punk before punk was invented, they just didn't know it at the time". :-) You know something, looking back on it.

Coz I Luv You - Slade | Full HD |

The UK Top 20 music chart from November 1971 featuring Slade, Springwater, The Piglets, The Carpenters and Rod Stewart.

Slade - That's allright mama  Nov,1977

Slade - That's allright mama

Slade- Run Runaway.  The hillbilly theme is hoosterical!

Slade-Run Runaway". I think I wore out this 45 record, too. If it won't get you out of bed and rolling, nothing will. The lead singer is a shoo-in to play a hobbit in the LOTR. The facial contortions! :p And the guitar player is original steampunk.

Slade - Mama Weer All Crazy Now (1972) HQ

Slade - Goodbye to Jane (Gudbuy T'Jane) 1972 Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane She's a dark horse see if she can Goodbye to Jane, goodbye to Jane Painted up l.

Slade - Rock'N'Roll preacher

Slade - Rock'N'Roll preacher

Slade - Nobody's.Fool (1976).

Slade - Nobody's.Fool (1976).