Album artwork for Slade In Flame by Slade

Reissue of Slade’s first soundtrack album and fifth studio album Slade In Flame. Originally released on 29th November 1974, it entered the UK album chart at #6 and it was certified gold by the BPI in February 1975.

When Slade embarked upon their one and only movie in 1974, fans and critics alike were expecting something like a glam rock update of the Beatles' A Hard Days Night, released a decade earlier. After all, Slade were the ultimate good time band, irreverent, loud and armed with a terrific set of singalong stompers. Expectations were confounded, however, upon release of the film. Gritty realism, exposing the seedy reality of band life in the late 60's, was the order of the day and flame is all the better for it.

Slade

Slade In Flame

BMG
Album artwork for Slade In Flame by Slade
LP

£27.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Yellow and Red Splatter

Released 26/11/2021Catalogue Number

4050538659412

Album artwork for Slade In Flame by Slade
CD

£13.99

Mediabook with Bonus Track.

Released 27/05/2022Catalogue Number

4050538799620

Slade

Slade In Flame

BMG
Album artwork for Slade In Flame by Slade
LP

£27.99

Housed in Gatefold Sleeve.

Yellow and Red Splatter

Released 26/11/2021Catalogue Number

4050538659412

Album artwork for Slade In Flame by Slade
CD

£13.99

Mediabook with Bonus Track.

Released 27/05/2022Catalogue Number

4050538799620

Reissue of Slade’s first soundtrack album and fifth studio album Slade In Flame. Originally released on 29th November 1974, it entered the UK album chart at #6 and it was certified gold by the BPI in February 1975.

When Slade embarked upon their one and only movie in 1974, fans and critics alike were expecting something like a glam rock update of the Beatles' A Hard Days Night, released a decade earlier. After all, Slade were the ultimate good time band, irreverent, loud and armed with a terrific set of singalong stompers. Expectations were confounded, however, upon release of the film. Gritty realism, exposing the seedy reality of band life in the late 60's, was the order of the day and flame is all the better for it.