Slade - Radio Wall of Sound live TOTPs

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound

For all your Slade info and needs please visit http://www.sladeinengland.co.uk Re-edited full version of Slade's last chart success using footage from both t...

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound
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Slade ~ Radio Wall Of Sound ~ Slade In England

Official promotional film for Slade's 1991 Top 30 hit 'Radio Wall Of Sound'. Slade In England re-edit (brightened, scrolling caption removed) Check 'From Roo...

Slade Radio Wall Of Sound Slade In England
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Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound.

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound
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Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound (Lea) 1991. Track #18 from the CD Wall Of Hits 1991. Jim Lea on lead vocal.

Slade - Radio Wall Of Sound
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Slade Radio Wall Of Sound

Slade Radio Wall Of Sound.

Slade Radio Wall Of Sound
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Slade - Radio wall of sound

Slade performing their single from 1991 on UK TV. It reached #24 in the charts and also become Slades last chart hitting single (the next and last single was...

Slade - Radio wall of sound
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Slade ~ Radio Wall Of Sound ~ Slade In England

A Jim lea solo project that was hurriedly recorded by the band as part of a two single deal with Polydor. The track was mimed manfully by lead vocalist Jimmy...

Slade Radio Wall Of Sound Slade In England
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Slade ~ Radio Wall Of Sound ~ Slade In England

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Slade - Radio Wall of Sound live TOTPs

NODDY GET BACK WITH THE LADS FOR ONE MORE TOUR Radio Wall of Sound is the first song to be credited solely by Jim Lea since "I Won't Let it 'Appen Agen" almost 20 years earlier. It was also sung by Lea, with Noddy Holder joining with him in the chorus. The B-side, "Lay Your Love on the Line", was written by Dave Hill and former Wizzard member Bill Hunt. Although it was not Slade's last single, it was their last original hit, reaching #21 in the UK Singles Chart in November 1991

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Overview

The band members of Slade grew-up in the Black Country area of the West Midlands: both the drummer Don Powell, and bass guitarist Jim Lea were born and raised in Wolverhampton, lead vocalist Noddy Holder was born and raised in the nearby town of Walsall, and lead guitarist Dave Hill was born in Devon and moved to Wolverhampton while a child. Writings by and about Slade frequently mention The Trumpet public house in Bilston as a band meeting place, especially in their early days. Slade have released over 30 albums, three of which reached No. 1 in the UK Albums Chart. Their releases have spent a total of 531 weeks in the UK charts and they have earned 23 top 30 UK hits .

Slade dominated the UK charts during the early 1970s, out-performing chart rivals, such as Wizzard, Sweet, T. Rex, Suzi Quatro, Mud, Smokie, Gary Glitter, Roxy Music and David Bowie. Slade achieved twelve Top 5 hit singles in the UK between 1971 and 1974, three of which went straight to #1. Of the 17 Top 20 hits between 1971 and 1976, six made No. 1, three reached No. 2 and two peaked at #3. No other UK act of the period enjoyed such consistency in the UK Top 40 and this feat was the closest any group had come to matching the Beatles' 22 Top 10 records in a single decade (1960s). Slade sold more singles in the UK than any other group of the 1970s. In 1973 alone, "Merry Xmas Everybody" sold over one million copies globally, obtaining gold disc status. They toured Europe in 1973 and the US in 1974. At the













































































































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