SLADE - SLADEST - Gatefold cover incl BOOKLET 12" VINYL LP ALBUM

"Sladest" is the 1973 Compilation album by the English Glam Rock / Pub Rock band SLADE. This web-page has hi-res photos of the album covers, record label and a detailed description.


large album front cover photo of: SLADE - Sladest

Description & Collectors information: 

This album "Sladest" includes the 12" booklet with detailed description on Slade

Music Genre:

Glam Pub Rock English 

Album Production Information:

The album: "Sladest" was produced by: Chas Chandler

Record Label Information:

Polydor 2442 119

Media Format:

12" Vinyl Stereo Full-Length Long-Play  Gramophone Record
Album weight: 330 gram  

Year & Country:

1973 Made in England  
Band Members and Musicians on: Slade Sladest Booklet Gatefold
    Band-members, Musicians and Performers
  • Noddy Holder - lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Dave Hill - lead guitar
  • Jim Lea - bass guitar
  • Don Powell - drums
Track Listing of: "Sladest"

The Songs/tracks on "Sladest" are

    Side One:
  • Wild Winds Are Blowing
  • Shape of Things to Come
  • Know Who You Are
  • Pouk Hill
  • One Way Hotel
  • Get Down and Get With It
  • Coz I Love You
    Side Two:
  • Look Wot you Dun
  • Take me Back 'Ome
  • Mama Weer All Crazee Now
  • Gudbuy T. Jane
  • Look at Last Night
  • Cum On Feel The Noize
  • Skweeze me Pleeze Me

SLADE - Sladest High Resolution & Quality Photos

Front Cover Photo Of SLADE - Sladest
Front Cover Photo Of SLADE - Sladest


Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash. Images can be zoomed in/out ( eg pinch with your fingers on a tablet or smartphone )

Photo Of The Back Cover SLADE - Sladest
Photo of album back cover SLADE - Sladest


Photo of the inside booklet SLADE - Sladest
Photo of the left page inside cover SLADE - Sladest


Photo of the inside booklet SLADE - Sladest
Photo of the right page inside cover SLADE - Sladest


Photo One Of The Original Custom Inner Sleeve SLADE - Sladest
Photo One Of The Original Custom Inner Sleeve SLADE - Sladest


Close up of Side One SLADE - Sladest record's label
Close up of Side One SLADE - Sladest

Record Label Details: Polydor 2442 119 , "MADE IN ENGLAND"

Slade: The Beloved British Rock Band That Defined the Sound of the 1970s.

SLADE Band Description:

Slade is a British rock band that was formed in the late 1960s. The band was one of the most successful acts of the 1970s, with a string of hit singles and albums that helped to define the sound of the era. Slade's music was characterized by their anthemic choruses, hard-hitting guitar riffs, and catchy melodies, all of which helped to make them one of the most beloved bands of their generation.

The band's lineup consisted of lead vocalist Noddy Holder, guitarist Dave Hill, bassist Jim Lea, and drummer Don Powell. Together, they created a sound that was both raw and polished, combining the grit of rock and roll with the polish of pop music. The band's image was just as important as their music - they were known for their flamboyant costumes, outrageous hairstyles, and high-energy live shows.

Slade's breakthrough came in the early 1970s, with a series of hit singles that topped the UK charts. Their first chart-topping single was "Coz I Luv You" in 1971, which was followed by a string of other hits including "Take Me Bak 'Ome," "Mama Weer All Crazee Now," and "Cum On Feel the Noize." The band's music was embraced by a generation of fans who were looking for an escape from the bleakness of the era, and their catchy, anthemic tunes provided just that.

Slade's success continued throughout the 1970s, with the band releasing a string of hit albums and touring extensively. They were one of the most popular live acts of the era, known for their high-energy performances and singalong choruses. The band's music was also popular in other parts of the world, with their hit singles charting in the US, Australia, and other countries.

Despite their success, Slade never lost touch with their working-class roots. Their music was a reflection of the lives of ordinary people, and their lyrics often dealt with themes of love, heartbreak, and the struggles of everyday life. The band's music was both relatable and aspirational, providing a voice for a generation that was searching for meaning and purpose.

Slade's influence can still be heard in the music of today, with countless artists citing them as an inspiration. Their catchy, anthemic tunes and high-energy performances helped to define the sound of the 1970s, and their impact can still be felt in the music of today. Noddy Holder's distinctive vocals, Dave Hill's flamboyant guitar playing, Jim Lea's melodic bass lines, and Don Powell's powerful drumming all contributed to the band's unique sound, and their legacy continues to inspire new generations of musicians and fans.