Slade The Slade Box (4-CD)

The Slade Box (4-CD)
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Item:  SLVO 401
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Released: September 29, 2006
  • Label: Salvo

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Born to Be Wild
  • 2.Roach Daddy
  • 3.Wild Winds Are Blowing
  • 4.The Shape of Things to Come
  • 5.Know Who You Are
  • 6.Pouk Hill
  • 7.One Way Hotel
  • 8.Get Down and Get with It
  • 9.In Like a Shot from My Gun - (live)
  • 10.Coz I Love You
  • 11.Look Wot You Dun
  • 12.Tak' Me Bak 'Ome
  • 13.Wonderin' Y
  • 14.Mama Weer All Crazee Now
  • 15.Gudbuy T' Jane
  • 16.The Whole World's Goin' Crazee
  • 17.I Won't Let It 'Appen Again
  • 18.Cum on Feel the Noize
  • 19.I'm Mee I'm Now and That's Orl
  • 20.Skweeze Me Pleeze Me
  • 21.Kill 'Em at the Hot Club Tonite
  • 22.My Friend Stan
  • 23.Merry Xmas Everybody

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.When the Lights Are Out
  • 2.We're Really Gonna Raise the Roof
  • 3.How Can It Be
  • 4.Everyday
  • 5.The Bangin' Man
  • 6.She Did It to Me
  • 7.Far Far Away
  • 8.So Far So Good
  • 9.How Does It Feel
  • 10.Thanks for the Memory (Wham Bam Thank You Mam)
  • 11.In for a Penny
  • 12.Can You Just Imagine
  • 13.Let's Call It Quits
  • 14.When the Chips Are Down
  • 15.Nobody's Fool
  • 16.L.A. Jinx
  • 17.Gypsy Roadhog
  • 18.Be
  • 19.It Ain't Love But It Ain't Bad
  • 20.Burning in the Heat of Love
  • 21.My Baby Left Me But That's Alright Mama

Tracks on Disc 3:

  • 1.Give Us a Goal
  • 2.Rock 'N' Roll Bolero
  • 3.It's Alright Buy Me
  • 4.Ginny Ginny
  • 5.Sign of the Times
  • 6.Not Tonight Josephine
  • 7.Okey Cokey
  • 8.Don't Waste Your Time (Back Seat Star)
  • 9.We'll Bring the House Down
  • 10.Wheels Ain't Coming Down
  • 11.Night Starvation
  • 12.When I'm Dancin' I Ain't Fightin'
  • 13.Knuckle Sandwich Nancy
  • 14.Lock Up Your Daughters
  • 15.Rock and Roll Preacher
  • 16.Til Deaf Do Us Part
  • 17.Ruby Red
  • 18.A Night to Remember
  • 19.(And Now the Waltz) C'est la Vie
  • 20.My Oh My
  • 21.Keep Your Hands off My Power Supply

Tracks on Disc 4:

  • 1.Don't Tame a Hurricane
  • 2.Ready to Explode
  • 3.Run Runaway
  • 4.Two Track Stereo One Track Mind
  • 5.All Join Hands
  • 6.Little Sheila
  • 7.7 Year Bitch
  • 8.Leave Them Girls Alone
  • 9.Myzsterious Mizster Jones
  • 10.Do You Believe in Miracles
  • 11.Still the Same
  • 12.Gotta Go Home
  • 13.That's What Friends Are For
  • 14.You Boyz Make Big Noize
  • 15.Ooh La La in L.A.
  • 16.We Won't Give In
  • 17.Let's Dance '88
  • 18.Radio Wall of Sound
  • 19.Universe

Product Description:

Slade: Dave Hill , Don Powell , Jim Lea, Noddy Holder.
The problem with Slade is, when they were good they were so very, very good that it becomes very difficult to pay much attention to the rest of their career. Of course the average fan will happily listen through their first two albums, cut in the years before "Get Down Get with It" finally catapulted Slade into the charts, and it's impossible for anybody to take exception to the four years of classic hits, dynamic album tracks and brilliant B-sides that followed. Drop in on Slade circa 1976, however, and listen through the music that sustained them across the next 15 years, and nobody would blame you if you didn't hang around too long. Which means, sadly, that anybody buying The Slade Box as any kind of substitute for the earlier albums (or a decent greatest-hits collection) is in for something of a disappointment. No complaints with the track listing, though. Across 84 tracks, Slade's entire catalog has been cherry-picked for precisely the right songs to illustrate a career of their depth and dynamism. But when the strict chronology means you hit "Merry Xmas Everybody" at the end of disc one; and "In for a Penny" (the last truly major hit) by midway through disc two, that means there's an awful lot more to listen through before the four discs are at an end. And it really is too much, no matter how much you love the band.
The worst thing is, this could have been a must-have purchase. At least one disc's worth of prime-period B-sides could have been scattered throughout; there's a clutch of BBC sessions rattling around the collector's circuit, and a mass of U.K. and European TV appearances that could have brought something really special to the box set table. And that's long before we start wondering about demos and outtakes and the like. Of course, a democratic trawl through the band's entire catalog is no less than Slade deserve, and history will thank Union Square for finally giving the later years a fair crack of the whip. The booklet is wonderful, the packaging attractive and the sound quality is superlative. But, if you never felt the need to own Keep Your Hands off My Power Supply and You Boyz Make Big Noize in the past, you're not going to welcome them here, either. ~ Dave Thompson

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  • Sales Rank: 126,904
  • UPC: 698458840127
  • Shipping Weight: 1.04/lbs (approx)
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