Slade's fifth studio album and first soundtrack, Slade In Flame, on limited edition splatter vinyl. Slade In Flame is the gold-selling (BPI) soundtrack to Slade's seminal 1974 film.
The critically acclaimed album includes the chart hits "Far Far Away" and "How Does It Feel."
...the Citizen Kane of British pop movies...
Made as an accompanying piece to the movie of the same name, Slade in Flame was different than the group's other records. It's an artistic tour de force for a band that was looked on as 'just a good time.' Although Slade was that, the band had a lot more in its bag of tricks, and this album shows it. Most folks (if not all) were expecting Slade to come out with a Monkees-type movie: lots of slapstick and a funny, lighthearted good time. Instead, the band delivered a much more reality-based film and album. Don't worry, though, because it's still pure Slade. The album stretches the band's stylistic universe to include brass and more keyboards than before.
- Limited Edition
- Yellow & Red Splatter Vinyl
- Vinyl LP
- How Does It Feel
- Them Kinda Monkeys Can't Swing
- So Far so Good
- Summer Song (Wishing You Were Here)
- OK Yesterday Was Yesterday
- Far Far Away
- This Girl
- Lay It Down
- Heaven Knows
- Standin' On The Corner