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Slade: Slade Alive!

Jon Tiven, Rolling Stone, 12 October 1972

DESPITE WHAT you may have heard of "skinhead rock" or "Seventies teddies", Slade is exactly the opposite of a gimmick band. You’ll not find synthesizers, guillotines, or the like near these four fine fellows, but you will find screaming young 'uns and loud, raucous rock & roll in the immediate vicinity of any Slade appearance.

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