Old New Borrowed and Blue

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Old New Borrowed and Blue
Studio album by
Released15 February 1974
Recordedlate 1973
GenreGlam rock
Length37:32 (57:40 with bonus tracks)
LabelPolydor (UK/Canada), Warner Bros. (US)
ProducerChas Chandler
Slade chronology
Sladest
(1973)
Old New Borrowed and Blue
(1974)
Slade in Flame
(1974)
Singles from Old New Borrowed and Blue
  1. "My Friend Stan"
    Released: 28 September 1973
  2. "Good Time Gals (America only)"
    Released: February 1974
  3. "Everyday"
    Released: 29 March 1974
  4. "When the Lights Are Out (America and Belgium only)"
    Released: May 1974

Old New Borrowed and Blue is a 1974 rock album by English band Slade. It was the band's fourth studio album. In America, the album was titled Stomp Your Hands, Clap Your Feet. A successful album, it went to number one in the UK.

The album featured the singles "My Friend Stan" and "Everyday".

Track listing[change | change source]

No. TitleWriter(s)UK chart position Length
1. "Just Want a Little Bit"  Thornton/Bass/Washington/Brown/Thompson  4:02
2. "When the Lights are Out"  Holder/Lea  3:06
3. "My Town"  Holder/Lea  3:08
4. "Find Yourself a Rainbow"  Holder/Lea  2:12
5. "Miles Out to Sea"  Holder/Lea  3:51
6. "We're Really Gonna Raise the Roof"  Holder/Lea  3:09
7. "Do We Still Do It"  Holder/Lea  3:05
8. "How Can It Be"  Holder/Lea  3:04
9. "Don't Blame Me"  Holder/Lea  2:33
10. "My Friend Stan"  Holder/Lea #2 2:42
11. "Everyday"  Holder/Lea #3 3:13
12. "Good Time Gals"  Holder/Lea  3:36
Total length:
37:32
Bonus tracks in the 2006 re-release
No. Title Length
13. "The Bangin' Man"   4:11
14. "She Did It To Me"   3:18

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