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Slayed?

Slade

1972

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Slayed?
Album Summary

Slayed? is the third studio album by the British rock group Slade. It was released on 1 November 1972 and reached No. 1 in the UK. It remained on the chart for 34 weeks and was certified Silver in early 1973. The album was also the band's most successful of the 1970s in the US, peaking at No. 69 and remaining in the charts for 26 weeks. In Australia, the album reached No. 1 and went Gold, knocking the band's live album Slade Alive! to No. 2. Slayed? was produced by Chas Chandler. In 2010, Classic Rock considered the album an "essential classic", adding that it featured "party-hard tracks, and even something approaching a ballad with "Look at Last Nite", ensuring that Slayed? inarguably ticks all the right boxes." The Guardian noted the album's singles and other tracks as being "deservedly party riff monsters", but added: "Slayed?'s majesty lies in the melancholy ballads. "Look at Last Nite's" haunting refrain fingers both empty celebrity and fame's creeping downside."

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Genres
Hard Rock

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Thu May 11 2023
3

3.5 - In an alternate universe T. Rex hears AC/DC and decides to shift their sound slightly to something more macho with less sophisticated sneer. This record might be the result. Hard, glam-inflected rock - kinda cool, kinda dumb. Perfect dive bar playlist fodder.

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Fri Feb 17 2023
3

Slayed ar gud fn nd alwayz garanteed too plai sum sollid rok.

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Tue Feb 21 2023
4

Heard it before?: No Enjoy it?: Yes! It has this weird hybrid of almost Beatles esque sound in some parts but mostly good old dad rock throughout, was exhilarating Favourite song: Track 1 - How D’You Ride?

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Sat Feb 11 2023
3

Really didn't enjoy the Janis Joplin move over cover, but most of the rest of the album is a pretty energetic, mostly entertaining rock album... though i can't help but think i wouldn't really listen much here as it seems Led Zeppelin was doing everything much better at the time.

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Sun Mar 05 2023
3

Bluesy and rough edged rock and roll. Rocks surprisingly hard, yet charming in its way. Fun stuff. Fave Songs: I Won't Let It 'Appen Agen, Move Over, Gudbuy Gudbuy, I Don' Mind, Mama Weer All Crazee Now

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Sun Mar 19 2023
2

imo you should have to pass a minimum threshold of groove and charisma before they let you have a rock band. 4/10

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Wed Jul 12 2023
5

Consider me slayed. The cover of Janis Joplin’s Move Over is inspiring. I Don’t Mind may be slow paced, but it is powerful. This is a really good find.

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Fri Jul 14 2023
5

Really like Move Over, Gudbuy Gudbuy, I Don' Mind. Overall great album.

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Sun Feb 12 2023
4

Fun album. I had now idea they stomped so hard. This is proto hair metal (which I guess is what glam was)

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Tue Feb 14 2023
4

Really fun proto glam rock, if a bit willfully ignorant. Best track: Goodbuy T'Jane

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Thu Feb 08 2024
4

These greasers know how to have a good time! I like this strange Zeppelinesque/Beatles/Stones inspired ripoff thing they're doing, and they've given it a little sprinkle of Sabbath for good measure. The dude with the bangs fucks. He's a picture perfect vintage 70's rocker archetype that brings it all together. I like this a lot.

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Wed Feb 14 2024
4

A delightful surprise! Never actually heard this band before - mainly just know them for Quiet Riot's cover of their "Cum On Feel The Noise" - I had a lot of fun with it. A few reflections, Larry King style: Makes me want to drink 75 pints of bitters and get punched in the nose...this is what's playing in the background when Ray and Dave Davies are getting into one of their legendary drunken fist fights...they must've inspired AC/DC...the Joplin cover is aces!

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Sat Jul 15 2023
1

Glam rock meets ACDC and it was simply horrrrible!

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Fri May 12 2023
5

Pretty dynamic, it reminds me of sounds from Queen, Elo, or Oingo Boingo. Probably a good album to listen to while driving. I listened to some other albums by Slade, and I absolutely loved them! Favs: Dontcha stop Moving in Stereo

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Wed Jul 12 2023
5

Wow. Never heard of these guys, but super into their energy and sound. Raucous and dirty. Listen loud!

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Sun Jul 16 2023
5

feeling generous, but its definitely a strong 4

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Fri Oct 06 2023
5

The British equivalent of AC/DC but yammier and funnier. Underrated musicianship too. That backline is deceptively funky and tight for what is glam rock fun. Brilliant.

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Mon Oct 09 2023
5

Fantastic rock album! So engaging, stands the test of time.

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Thu Nov 02 2023
5

Heavy glam boogie stomp goodness

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Wed Nov 22 2023
5

Man I love this band. How did I not know of them until this year? Crazy. They are the original party band. Catchy, straight-forward rock & or roll. Love it!

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Sat Dec 16 2023
5

Hard rock setentero. Vinilo.

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Sun Dec 31 2023
5

I usually get bored with some pure classic rock bands but I loved this entire thing. Will definitely be looking into their other stuff. Rating: 4.8

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Thu Feb 01 2024
5

Once in a while the UK bias of this list pays off. I doubt this album would be here otherwise. Like most Americans my age, we first heard Slade on their song Run Runaway. It was only years later I found out two of Quiet Riots biggest hits were both Slade songs, so I had to look into them. I've only listened to their greatest hits and live albums, but I can say I'm a fan. This is my first time listening to a studio album. It's just good, fun, stripped down rock & roll at its finest. You can tell the band is having fun playing. I had fun listening to all 10 songs. Gudbuy T'Jane and Mama Weer All Crazee Now were the ones I knew best, so they were my favorites.

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Fri Feb 02 2024
5

So much fun! And great fucking songs. 5 stars album. Great old-school Brit rock.

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Wed Feb 21 2024
5

Nothing but bangers all the way through. What a blast.

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Mon Apr 29 2024
5

I'll be the first to admit the lyrics are a bit trite, but that sound of Noddy Holder's highly distinctive vocals, fuzzed up guitars and pounding drums, oh man that sound is freaking awesum. I wish there was a contemporary band with this sort of ballsy rock.

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Wed Mar 01 2023
4

Slade: not just for Christmas. Wizards and cheese rolled down the hill - notes of prog and the West Country, Nobby's voice a rare regional delicacy, even at full yell

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Thu Mar 16 2023
4

A solid, fun rock album. The Janis Joplin cover was a highlight for me.

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Sun Mar 19 2023
4

7/10. I liked this, reminded me a bit of Rush?

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Thu Mar 23 2023
4

Can’t believe I’d never listened to these guys before

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Thu Mar 23 2023
4

Slay me! Maybe it’s because they teeter in that space between Spinal Tap and Led Zeppelin or maybe it’s because my husband loves them or maybe it’s because we’re all crazy now. But I dig Slade for all these reasons. They rock!

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Thu Mar 23 2023
4

The very first album I ever owned was gifted to me by my cousins in Lebanon. They had a copy of Sladest, which was a best-of album by Slade, and I was captivated by the look of the band — sure the long-haired guitarist was a woman... he had long hair, after all. I was so smitten, I still consider that album (I still have that vinyl LP) one of my all-time faves. Marianne and I went on a mini Slade tear not long ago. I don't remember what spurred it, but we watched some videos, and I just love how ridiculous these guys are. Totally having a ball, pretty freaking hilarious, reminded me why I hold them dear. When I spun this album the first time, I wasn't sure what to rate it. On one hand, I sincerely LOVE all the tracks that were included on the Sladest album (Gudbuy T'Jane, Look At Last Nite, Mama Weer All Crazee Now) but recognized the other material was sometimes difficult to listen to. I was leaning toward a 3-star rating. But I listened again (and even through to some of the material on the extended version) and I bumped that up to a 4. These guys are fantastic. Album is chock-full of Slade-itude.

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Thu Mar 23 2023
4

Hard rock or glam rock? I thought the band was heavy metal or hard rock, but it turns out that they’re actually glam rock. Although I’m not sure what image they are trying to convey on their album cover. Makes me think a little bit of Måneskin. And Queen. I went into the listen thinking I would rate this album a 2. But I didn’t know I’d like it so much and now here we are. Or, here I am

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Fri Mar 24 2023
4

Not bad, a bit samey but fun to listen to

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Fri Mar 31 2023
4

If Axl Rose wasn’t listening to this, then I think my ears aren’t working. Also, Dave Hill is what Nicholas Hoult would look like if he played for a glam rock band in the 1970s. All of the fritterances aside, this album was completely unknown to me, as was this album. It was thoroughly enjoyable.

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Fri Apr 07 2023
4

Surprisingly interesting - genuine band here and not just novelty songs.

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Wed Apr 12 2023
4

7/10 pretty fun, certainly enjoyable, but a tad cringe

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Sun Apr 30 2023
4

"Slayed?" by Slade is an album that truly lives up to its name - it's a raucous, energetic, and downright fun rock and roll romp that had me tapping my feet from start to finish. Overall, I would give it a solid 4 out of 5 rating. One of the standout features of the album is the band's infectious energy. From the opening track "How D'You Ride" to the closing "The Whole World's Goin' Crazee," Slade's raw, unbridled enthusiasm is palpable. The songs are catchy and memorable, with singalong choruses and earworm riffs that will stay in your head long after the album is over. Another strength of "Slayed?" is the band's musicianship. The members of Slade are skilled musicians, and they showcase their talents throughout the album. There's some impressive guitar work on tracks like "The Bangin' Man," while "Look at Last Nite" features a driving drum beat that propels the song forward. One of the things that sets "Slayed?" apart from other rock albums of the era is the band's sense of humor. From the tongue-in-cheek lyrics of "Mama Weer All Crazee Now" to the irreverent cover art, Slade doesn't take themselves too seriously. This lightheartedness adds to the album's overall charm and makes it a joy to listen to. If I had to nitpick, I would say that there are a few tracks on the album that don't quite measure up to the rest. "Gudbuy T'Jane" and "I Won't Let It 'Appen Agen" are both decent songs, but they lack the same spark of some of the album's other tracks. Overall, "Slayed?" by Slade is a fantastic rock and roll album that still holds up today. With its catchy hooks, driving beats, and irreverent sense of humor, it's a true classic of the genre. Whether you're a longtime fan or a newcomer to the band's music, "Slayed?" is definitely worth a listen.

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Wed May 10 2023
4

Pretty good. Surprising. Sounded a bit like zeppelin

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Thu May 11 2023
4

These lads can’t spell to save their lives, but they sure know how to write ‘em. Let the good times roll, indeed.

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Mon May 15 2023
4

this one one me over. I hated the first few tracks for being exactly the same, but grew to enjoy the rougher AC/DC glam/hair rock honky tonk blues here. guessing the non-expanded edition is a tighter experience overall. 4/5

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Thu May 18 2023
4

This is like AC/DC but way more swag

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Mon May 22 2023
4

A drug-fuelled, sweaty pick up truck is where I first laid my ears on this doozy of a record. For all their obvious limitations, Slade succeed at providing a mad house of fun and chaos that leaves its listeners feeling rather crazee indeed. An immature firecracker of joy that made my knickers as wet as your mum's cock-hungry pussy.

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Sat Jun 17 2023
4

Je vais encore une fois consacrer un temps précieux à contester l'avis plein de mauvaise foi émis par le duo eltrapeze-père. Cet album est excellent contrairement à ce qu'ils ont pu en dire, leur mauvaise appréciation de celui-ci n'est que la traduction de leur haine envers moi, rien de plus. N'en tenez aucun compte.

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Mon Jun 19 2023
4

Slade en el seu moment estelar, el disc en estudi que iniciaria la seva época imperial. Era poc abans que els tratges impossibles i la seva imatge glam robés protagonisme al seu rock musculós i atractiu, sense complexes. Van pertànyer a un lloc i un moment, però aquell lloc i moment, va ser tot per ells

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Mon Jun 26 2023
4

Nice to hear Slade songs that aren't that bloody Christmas song.

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Wed Jun 28 2023
4

That was a lot more fun than I thought it would be. A bit goofy at times, for sure, but it was still a pleasantly shreddy, driving album.

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Sun Jul 02 2023
4

I guess this is what they called 70s glam rock? Gives off T. Rex vibes, but I little heavier. I knew Mama We're all Crazy Now and Goodbye to Jane. Fun songs, rest of the album about the same quality. Everyone knows Quiet Riot made a living out of this band, but it occurs to me that the likes of LA Guns and Faster Pussycat owe them a Christmas card as well. Overall pretty good, didn't blow my mind but I enjoyed from start to finish. 4/5.

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Wed Jul 26 2023
4

- this is a really fantastic album - lots of 70s rock bangers - a few curveballs that they executed well

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Wed Aug 02 2023
4

Mucho glam y sleezy-rock. Canciones con ritmo, rock suave con voz característica. No muy guitarrero.

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Fri Aug 25 2023
4

Just the inclusion of gud buy t jane justifies this album. Slade are the forgotten heroes of glam. We tend to remember Bowie, Bolan and Queen, but Slade, Suzi and sweet were there too. Noddy has become a notable figure. They were probably not quite ‘there' to be the superstars that Bowie and Freddie became. But their best was magic.

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Mon Sep 04 2023
4

They have more songs than 'Cum on feel the noise'!!!

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Sun Sep 10 2023
4

Slade are probably most famous for their Christmas song but they have a lot of absolute rollocking bangers when you give them a proper listen. Easy to make a joke of them but really they were much cooler than you think.

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Sun Sep 24 2023
4

Beetje glamrock kan ik wel smaken. Niet de allerbeste uit het genre, maar wel een toffe plaat

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Wed Oct 18 2023
4

Quality british classic rock

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Fri Nov 03 2023
4

Lollige 70s glamrock n roll. Met een zanger die niet zo'n zeikerige Britse zangstem heeft, maar een doorleefde schreeuwstem zoals Rod Stewart. Ik neem aan dat die zanger wel houdt van bitters en golden ales, dat kan bijna niet anders. Het vetste nummer is trouwens een cover van een andere schreeuwlelijk. Dat rockt de pan uit. Prima mee vermaakt met dit plaatje

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Fri Nov 03 2023
4

Ik wou iets met meer ballen en werd op mijn wenken bediend. Stevige glamrock, ik kan dat heel goed hebben. Niet serieus nemen, gewoon meebeuken. Allicht beter dan het gegalm van de Bee Gees van daarnet (die ik misschien toch een puntje te hoog heb gegeven).

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Wed Nov 08 2023
4

"Slayed?" is the third studio album by the British rock group Slade. Glam rock and hard rock. Right on. It was produced by Chas Chandler and the bandmembers are Noddy Holder (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Dave Hill (lead guitar), Jim Lea (bass, violin) and Don Powell (drums). Commercially it did fantastic in the UK reaching #1 and staying on charts for 34 weeks. It reached #69 in the US. A lead guitar riff opens "How d'you Ride." Holder comes in vocally. Yeah! Woah, AC/DC must have been paying attention. This is straight-forward rock & roll. "How do you ride, Honey?" Layered dual guitars, shaking tambourines and a pounding piano carry "The Whole World's Goin' Crazee." A searing guitar solo and we're still rockin' pretty hard. "Gudbuy T'Jane" begins the second half. A catchy glam rock guitar riff. A great rhythm guitar too. It was inspired by a woman, Jane, who demonstrated a sex machine on a TV show on which the band appeared. Holder's vocals just shine on "Mama Weer All Crazee Now." Catchy choruses, hand claps and sort of a Stonesy groove. This is glam rock at its finest. Also, this just might be birthplace of hair metal...for better or worse. It's about the band playing a show where the band before them was "crazy with whiskey." The album's closer "Let the Good Times Roll/Feel so Fine" is a cover of songs by Shirley and Lee and Johnny Preston. It's sped up. Pounding piano drums and bass. A fitting ending. This was fun. Glam rock, rock and roll and a bluesy stomp. Great lead and rhythm guitars. Noddy Holder and bandmemmbers set the blue print for hair metal nation. Ah, Quiet Riot got that connection going, didn't they. This album is recommended for everyone and if you're a late 80's metal fan, you might need to listen twice.

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Mon Nov 13 2023
4

I've listen to only two Slade's songs in my life, and both are on this album and are their most famous, Cum on feel the noize and Mama we are all crazee now. This album was release at the hight of glam rock mania in 1972 in England and was one of the most sucessfull glam rock act of that time, between 1971 they would hit 5 #1 in charts and 13 top 10 songs. This album is their most acclaim, famous and probably their best work. Its a glam rock album in most fo the thing, but also a hard rock album, remind me of Aladine Sane, the New York Dolls or The slider by T.rex. Its very original their tradition to make mistake in the name of their songs, not very important to the music but still, its their trademark. Cum on feel the noize is accualy not on the album but a single realese for this album, anyway this song is a very good hard rock song, but the Quiet Riot version is more sucessfull and better. Mama we are all crazee now is the best of the album and probably their best of all time, i like this song is just very enegetic and powerfull. In general i will that this is a pretty good rock n roll album, plus Glam rock is one of my favorite music style so i'm kinda obligated to rate well this album. Even tho i wasn't struck by a lot of songs.

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Thu Nov 16 2023
4

How D’you Ride ? -8.5 /10 The Whole World’s Going Crazee - 8/10 Look at Last nite - 8.5/10 I Won't Let It Happen Again - 8/10 Move Over - 8/10 Gudboy D;jane - 8/10 Gudbuy Gudbuy - 8.5/10 Mama Weer All crazee Now - 8.5/10 I Don't Mind - 8/10 Let The Good Times Roll - 8.5/10 My Life is Natural - 8.5/10 Candidate - 8.5/10 Wonderin'Y - 8/10 Man Who Speaks Evil - 8.5/10 I'm Mee , I'm Now , An That's Orl - 8/10 Kill Em' At The Hot Club Tonite - 8.5/10 TOTAL - 131.5/160

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Thu Nov 23 2023
4

Was pleased to see this, though as per usual I only know the famous ones. Got off to a dodgy start with the vocals overpowering the music in the first track. After that it evened out and you could hear how they must have influenced the American hair metal bands of the 80's. It was rawer, or perhaps with Noddy's vocals that's roarer. But still very good. I enjoyed it got to be a 4

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Thu Nov 30 2023
4

J'ai toujours beaucoup aimé le glam rock. Cet album me semble si familier que je crois facilement que ce groupe a eu beaucoup d'influence sur le rock qui l'a suivi

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Sun Dec 10 2023
4

Pretty good glam rock. Way better than hair metal, even if it bears a passing resemblance.

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Thu Dec 14 2023
4

Irresistible fun. Largely underrated.

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Thu Dec 14 2023
4

They have such a fun, playful, makes-you-want-to-party sound! Irresistable!

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Wed Dec 20 2023
4

Slade are something of local legends around the Black Country, most famous for a few big hits, including "Merry Xmas Everybody" and "Cum on Feel the Noize". Despite that, I'd never really thought to have a listen to their albums. They sort of existed as a band with a couple of singles rather than having albums that might be worth listening to. This album wasn't revelatory or anything, but it was certainly better than I'd expected. Enjoyable glam rock and well worth the listen.

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Thu Dec 28 2023
4

So many bands namedrop Slade as influences and you can see why. Classic album. Classic sound.

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Thu Dec 28 2023
4

Fun 70s glam rock with some nods to 60s jams. I can also see how this band greatly influenced 80s hair bands like Quiet Riot & Twisted Sister. 3.5 stars

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Thu Jan 18 2024
4

This album definitely influenced a lot of bands. Kill em in the hot club tonite was a fun surprise

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Fri Jan 26 2024
4

Great album! Put your power on

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Sun Feb 04 2024
4

Slade was a glam-rock band in the early 70's. They achieved remarkable success in Britain, and limited success in a few other countries, but very little notice in the United States. Slayed? is their third studio album, and was released in the middle of the band's most successful period - the first half of the 70s. Slayed? is full of energetic, potent rock songs. These are fun, punchy tracks that seem precursors of glam rock/pop metal of the 80s. This album includes a interesting collection of songs of notable range, and makes Slade one of the curiosities of popular music - why were they not more successful...?

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Wed Feb 14 2024
4

Wow, I enjoyed this WAY more than I thought I would. Maybe it's because I've had prog rock for the past two albums. Definitely dated and definitely a lot of fun. This is an album you play when you're really fucked up and can't find your Deep Purple. Is it me or was there a Talking Heads Psycho Killer vibe to "I won't let it 'appen again"? Chef's kiss to the bangs on shirtless dude on the cover.

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Thu Feb 15 2024
4

I liked this one! Reminiscent of The Who.

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Sun Feb 25 2024
4

Never heard of them, but they seem rocky. What type of gen z name is that, I know it has a different meaning but like "slayed?", they really must slay just because of being that cunty. Anyway starting off with First song, they are rock, but it started off with them screaming already. It's fun, I like the energy they bring, the verse was better than the chorus. It's quite basic tho I must say, howeverr, this is such a karaoke like song, knowing the lyrics and head banging uncontrollably to it too. Overall I'm not impressed yet. Second song, this one had a Beatles vibe definitely, just it's too hard. It started off in an interesting way. I don't like their voice, but I appreciate the effort they put into this. The instrumental break is so dad rock, it went on perfectly too. Their live concert must have been full of energy. I liked the screaming here. Outro made the song fade away. I'm not feeling this, because there are too many bands like this already, but in their time, it must have been something unique. It's the kind of songs that you need to know from your childhood to actually like it, I love many Beatles songs because they are nostalgic to me. Third song, this one's less screamy, and I guess that's better. The instrumental break is the best part here. The "la la"s are not as good as expected, though it's something different so I'll take it. It's not catchy, but I'm not annoyed either.It's not necessarily bad, I would never want to listen to this again tho. Pixes vibe, just realised, with those screams. 4th song, the start is quite energetic, and it goes with that beat whole song I assume. Not many lyrics. It sounds the same, it's expected though. "'appen" first time hearing happen said like that. Lyrics are basically done and only instrumentals are gonna be next I guess. I was mistaken, Spotify just didn't put other lyrics, because they repeat I think. The instrumentals were the best part, still I'm not entertained enough. 5th song, OOOH I WAS GONNA SAY IN THE LAST SONG IT HAS JANIS JOPLIN VIBE, AND NOW HER COVER. I've listened to Janis's album, and it was soo good, but Slade doesn't have the voice I liked in there, though the album has Janis injected into it. I very much prefer Janis's one still, her voice is just differently good for me. This type of thing happened when I found out Bob Dylan is the original singer of "make you feel my love", I only knew Adele sang it. 6th song, classy start, almost typical. Beatles vibe, with those lyrical delivery. This one's interesting, I like it more than others. Chorus is the best part here. The verses are fine, especially that "T'Jane" pronunciation. It faded away. Well this one is the best one here for now. 7th song, hard start. Verse is goood, it's Beatles, but screamy. The beat behind is so fun to pay attention to. The "bye bye" part is so weirdly put in. They mentioned the word "Gudbye" in two songs already, they do love wordplay in their way. The second half of the song, is basically the same, but there is this instrumental break, and more chorus. Well I do love the almost overpowering lyrics here. 8th song, doesn't sound any different. The last two songs did. Chorus is not for me. The second verse has this clap sound, and it fits quite well, that's the best part here too. Chorus for choiry now. I'm not moved. 9th song, it's slow, almost arctic monkeys' vibe. I'm kinda sick of this, and I can't even dance to it, to make this less boring. Imma listen to this tomorrow then. 10th song, I'm starting fresh. That scratchy voice is interesting almost like Janis Joplin, but a man. The instrumental break is loud, but in a good way. It's not Dion bad at least, it's just something I wouldn't listen to again. They can do better than this. 11th song, the verse and the intro are quite basic, but there is this intonation change I like. Now the chorus is catchy and rhymey. Interesting lyrics in a way. The post-chorus is veery fun. This was one of the best because of the chorus. 12th song, I fell asleep, it is mostly instrumental, but when it wasn't it was an usual rockish song, not amazed by lyrics or production. 13th song, it's too slow, I can say that definitely. The instrumental break is melancholic, but in a guitar way. Sounds like a ballad, not bad because of that, it's just insufferable for me right now. I say that I prefer fast and energetic ones here. 14th song, ohh this one has the energy absolutely. The chorus sounded like a verse for a second. Even though the name of it is quite attractive, it isn't as good as I wanted it to be. Guitar was the best part, the voice already is getting on my nerves, I need another perspective for this album, like I have to see this songs somewhere else and then I'll realise if they're actually good, I'm too objective now that is. 15th song, forgot to say stuff about it. I don't really have anything else to say. Everything is quite the same even in this song. The name is quirky, but not the song surely. I like the guitar only here, again. 16th song, I think these are those expanded version songs. This one's melody sounds like SpongeBob. Oh this is definitely not their style, I love this. It's jazzy, but like Broadway cored. He isn't screaming and making just pure noise. This is the best song yet, I just realised that the rockishness was the thing that annoyed me. The violin is doing its jobb. It's so simple, yet fun. 17th song, and the best vibe is gone. It was screaming, but now there's this talking, which I didn't expect at all, it decreases the volume of the song. There is two songs in this because of that "/". It's actually him talking, I prefer him screaming without the instruments, much more powerful. This song has changed its course 3 times already, I love it. Slow, talking, fast, instruments, screaming, I wonder what's next. They're thanking us, basically this is credits as if it was a film. Thing is I consider this as the most diverse song here. It's instruments now only, mostly guitar, oh the voice came in. Basically that's it I think, Imma just finaaaly rate this. I was gonna give this 3 stars, because nothing happened really, but because I like the genre and their energy, and especially those last two songs made me go with 4 stars, there might not be much reasons for it, but I potential in them

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Sun Mar 03 2024
4

Reminds me of Rush but a little less prog. Pretty good!

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Mon Mar 25 2024
4

This whole album gives me big Beatles vibes. The vocals sound very familiar in that way to me, a bit like... I think it's Paul that it's reminding me of? But it could be Lennon and I'm just an idiot. Solidly enjoyable listen. 4.5

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Sun Mar 31 2024
4

This one was definitely a surprise to me as I had never heard of this band before and the album cover looked a bit cheesy. I enjoyed their song, to me it was a mix of sound of ac/dc and Led Zeppelinesque lyrics. I’ll definitely check out more of their stuff.

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Thu Apr 04 2024
4

Pretty solid classic rock and roll

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Fri Apr 05 2024
4

So, Quiet Riot could have covered any of their songs it seems. This was a decent album. It’s a party album where everyone is sitting around drinking or drugging. No dancing. I’ll give other albums a listen after this. I’ll be giving this a 4 but it could have easily been a 4.5 if that option was there. Choice Cut: Gudbuy T’Jane

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Fri Apr 12 2024
4

Haven’t heard much British rock in this project that’s party riffs and a general upbeat style of rock and roll. This is definitely preferred to most of the other British rock albums that have been presented here. Pretty fun listen.

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Fri Apr 12 2024
4

You can really hear what would become the hard rock and heavy metal of the later 70’s in this one.

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Wed Apr 24 2024
4

I enjoyed this more than I expected I would. It definitely rocks, and the softer tunes are, well, tuneful.

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Wed May 01 2024
4

Loving a bit of Slade. Bringing back memories of dad listening to this on vinyl

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