Slade: Neville "Noddy" Holder (vocals); Dave Hill (guitar); Jim Lea (bass); Don Powell (drums).
Recorded between 1971 & 1984. Includes liner notes by Dan Epstein.
Led by the amiable Noddy Holder and armed with a slew of intentionally misspelled song titles, Slade was one of the key groups in the 1970s U.K. glam movement. Whether settling into jaunty, piano-driven tunes ("Coz I Love You," "Look Wot You Dun") or running through amped-up guitar-heavy numbers ("Mama Weer All Crazee Now," "Cum on Feel the Noize," both covered by Quiet Riot), the ridiculously adorned band was clearly out to have fun, as revealed on the 16 well-selected tracks presented here.
This is a really great greatest hitd album of slade it has a lot of there best songs yet there is one or two more love listening to it slade has a lot of greatest hits albums and they are all good its a real glam rock tribute to a very fine band. I love Slade and I love this album what else is there to say. I love Slade it just rocks as does Slade.